Sunday, February 5, 2017

Is There Any Objective Reality?

The Case for 

Christian Gnosticism, Part II:

Is There Any Objective Reality?

February 5, 2017 @ 10:26 AM by Scott S. Smith

Chapter 3:

The Unveiling,

Ancient Hidden Technology

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Chapter 2.5-2.7: 

The Fallen and Their Technology

Table of Contents
Everything here will be individually covered with more detail in later chapters. This is a difficult series of topics to cover however I am putting this out because now is the time to know. I continue to add more, even in the last few seconds before publishing and I proclaim this is incomplete. There is more regarding the advanced technology and the particular ways that this situation developed that is uncovered. Still, those with ears to listen and eyes to see will know.
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