This is our Press Release of February 9, 2012.
New Book Sheds Light on God’s “First” Tablets of Revelation. Ancient Biblical Message has Risen to Awaken the 21st Century.
Most scholars assume God’s first tablets of Sinai (the Luchot Haedot) held the same message as Sinai’s second set of tablets (the Ten Commandments). Nothing could be further from the truth.
"The Genesis Code reveals an unparalleled message that is the Bible’s deepest secret."
Over 3000 years ago, Moses descended Sinai to gift his people with a set of tablets ‘hewed and written by the finger of God.’ Everyone agrees, the man of our past existed through a far different consciousness than the man of today. At Sinai, the people had failed to take a quantum leap and absorb God’s intended enlightenment. In truth, man chose to walk a different path towards his enlightenment.
Following this event, the vibratory force of the Luchot was hidden in the Torah—known only by God and Moses. For thousands of years, the essence of the Luchot would lay dormant, and Sinai’s first tablets of revelation became lost in human awareness. Much would happen before man could know the Luchot’s message and become the next level of human consciousness. Author, Lopian states, “Man had to reach a particular realization. We had to reach the fork in the road. Today, our world is at a crossroads, and the choice must be made: What do we desire to become? What reality do we wish to experience?” Co-Author, Snyder adds, "This message has risen in man’s darkest moments of realization. It has been given to guide us into our next level of self.”
The Genesis Code breaks through age-old ideology. It opens man’s eyes to the beginning stages of the Adamic Universe where another reality of Heaven waits to be known. The Genesis Code reveals who and what man is through the hidden code within ‘Adam’s’ name and offers deeper insight into ’what God is’ through the authentic Hebraic names ‘Elohim,’ ‘Jehovah Elohim,’ and ‘Jehovah.’ Also explained is the coded meaning within ‘Earth,’ ‘Jacob,’ ‘Israel,’ ‘Moses,’ and the ‘Mountain of God’ where the Divine’s portal of enlightenment opened to the man of long ago.
For over fifty years, Abraham has studied the ancient Hebraic texts, the Torah, Talmud, and Rabbinical law—attending several prestigious Talmudic Colleges throughout the world. His enlightenment, however, would not be realized through scholastic studies alone, but through a profound metaphysical experience that forever changed his perception of God and creation. Julie, the woman he calls his ‘enlightenment,’ is gifted with metaphysical insight, an innate knowingness, and earthy nature. Through their diverse backgrounds, Abraham and Julie bring forth extraordinary revelations of enlightenment for today's consciously evolved male and female. With passion and intelligence, the reader is taken into the rabbit hole of advanced conceptions where a new and extraordinary perspective of God, man, nature, life, death, love, and reality emerges out of the shadows and into the light of human awareness.
The Genesis Code, Inc
When the Civil War broke out, the Union and the Confederacy were prepared to fight, but they weren’t prepared to care for their battle wounded. While many people volunteered to care for the soldiers, the only ones with any experience were Catholic sisters.
Among the sisters, the most-experienced were the Daughters of Charity based in Emmitsburg, MD. When war broke out, they had already been caring for the sick for decades.
“The country had only 600 trained nurses at the start of the Civil War. All were Catholic nuns. This is one of the best-kept secrets in our nation’s history,” Civil War chaplain Father William Barnaby Faherty once said.
Battlefield Angels: The Daughters of Charity Work as Civil War Nurses is the newest book by award-winning writer James Rada, Jr. Nearly 700 Catholic sisters from 22 orders provided some sort of service during the Civil War. The Daughters of Charity provided the largest number—around 300—to serve in the war.
Once the smoke dispersed and the armies moved on, the Daughters of Charity and other medical personnel moved in to help those left behind on the battlefield. Battlefield Angels captures the primitive conditions in which the medical staff of both armies worked to try and save lives.
The brutality of the war tested even the Daughters of Charity’s abilities as they ran hospitals, served on troop transports and provided care in battlefield hospitals and ambulances. Armies from both sides of the war even occupied the sisters’ Central House at times.
The Daughters of Charity had such a high level of trust among the government officials that they were allowed in the early part of the war to move back and forth across the border between North and South. Battlefield Angels follows them as they are called to serve in Alabama, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. In some cases, soldiers had sisters caring for them on the battlefield, during their transport and at a hospital.
“When I first found out about the work the Daughters of Charity and Catholic sisters did during the Civil War, I was surprised that more hadn’t been written about them,” Rada said.
He started researching the accounts that the sisters left behind as well as newspaper reports and diaries of people who served in the war.
He chose to focus on the Daughters of Charity because they saw the most-varied service in the war, though it is often hard to tell that since most accounts identify the Catholic sisters as either “Sisters of Charity” or “Sister of Mercy.”
“I also found it interesting that there was a high level of anti-Catholic feeling in the country at the time, but the sisters still served everyone, even those soldiers who hated them and that selfless service did a lot to change public opinion about the Catholics,” Rada said.
With their wide, white cornettes looking almost like wings, the Daughters of Charity did resemble battlefield angels. The sight of those wing-like cornettes told soldiers that relief was on the way; someone who cared for them was coming.
Though Rada is known more for his historical fiction, Battlefield Angels is a non-fiction history book that reads more like a novel with its stories of the people involved in the war.
The Midwest Book Review wrote that Rada is “a writer of considerable and deftly expressed storytelling talent.”
Battlefield Angels shows Rada’s ability to apply that storytelling talent to relate a true story to readers so that they will discover their own fascination with history.
Battlefield Angels is available at local bookstores and specialty shops or at www.aimpublishinggroup.com.