Alan Steinfeld interviews David Sereda on the shifting vibration of the planet
David Sereda's interest in space, religion, philosophy, astronomy and science led him on his career in related fields. He has worked deeply in high technology, on environmental and humanitarian issues and as a professional photographer for over 20 years. He has studied world religion, science, physics and paranormal psychology for over 25 years.
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Tuesday, 03 July 2012 19:41
posted by Thomas
Nice content. This is the first time I have heard any "New Ager" talk about "The Sound!" He is absolutely dead-on, as I have experienced it recently. The story is way too long to share here, but if anyone wants to talk to me about it, just e-mail me & I'll gladly tell all.
I would like to point out a potential error regarding "The Beginning" & "The Word" in John 1:1. In an Aramaic translation (taken from the cuneiform tablets from Ashurbanipal located in The British Museum) the word "Brasheeth" does not mean "In the beginning," nor does "Milta" mean "The Word." Transliteration is rarely preserved when going from one language to another, & the way Ancient Hebrew/Aramaic is structured, nouns take on different contextual meanings by other words used around them in a sentence.
I am no scholar, but these two sites should be of interest to anyone who wants to get in on some hardcore scriptural study & dispensing with longstanding dogma from churches & poor overall scholarship from translations in times past.
Many thanks & praise to all who helped make this site possible.
Peace be with you all.
Wednesday, 26 October 2011 23:43
posted by Prudence
A wonderful job. Super hpelufl information.
Saturday, 27 August 2011 16:52
posted by Jennifer
Thank you for the great info!