The Antediluvian Bundle
The Antediluvian Bundle
The Antediluvian Bundle
The Antediluvian Bundle
The Antediluvian Bundle
The Antediluvian Bundle
The Antediluvian Bundle

The Antediluvian Bundle

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Pre-Adamites & Antediluvian World

I bring forth throughout the chapters of this book the story of the reign of the Dragon Lords and enslavement of the pre-Adamic peoples as connected to the legendary Atlantean myths of the antediluvian world. I explain how the creation of the heavens and the earth as a ‘perfect work', and man initially to be not vain but inhabited according to Isaiah 45:18, ended up being destroyed by the rebellion of the angels and war which initially fought in the heavens, resulted in the earth becoming a deserted wasteland and an indistinguishable ruin. Examining in very thorough manner the Genesis 1:2 phrase ‘and the earth was without form and void’, I expound upon how this verse in the Hebrew, eretz hayyah tohuw wa bohuw, implies that a previous earth and age existed in our distant past before the earth was reformed, reestablish, and restored in habitation. Peter describes how the world that then was perished which in the Greek is the word, ἀπόλλυμι apóllymi, ap-ol'-loo-mee; which means to destroy fully, to put out of the way entirely, abolish, put an end to ruin; render useless, kill, to devote or give over to eternal misery in hell, to perish, be lost, ruined, or annihilated. 

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Dragon Lords: Antediluvian Kings

This publication is the follow-up to my previous release, "The Pre-Adamites and the Antediluvian World." This, the second book of that series, "The Dragon Lords: Antediluvian Kings: continues in expose what the Bible regards as the first world age, the era in which the rebel Angels the fallen Seraphim ruled as demigods over the pre-Adamic peoples. This era is known in mythology as the prior times, Zep Tepi, First Times when the Dragon Lords assuming mortal form, created what is in distant memory cited as the Golden age of Atlantis. (370 pages)

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