In this book, the author uses chronological evolution as the outline as we observe the foundations of our universe and the unfolding of the phenomenon of "man". The evolutionary process as explained in the Human Phenomenon, a new edition of de Chardin's The Phenomenon of Man (1065 English edition), as edited and translated from the French 1955 edition by Sarah Appleton Weber in 1999, is categorized under four parts: prelife, life, thought, and superlife.
Learn what happens in the profound near-death experience that may really happen to you when you die. What if you could find peace of mind in the face of inevitable death? What if you could gain assurance that a world of light and a Being of Light awaits you when you die?
"Narration was too difficult to listen to"
Part one is a detailed expansion of chapter IV: The Medicine of Light from the 2009 print book Called into Life by the Light, which was suppressed in April 2013. Part two is the script of the one-hour conversation I had with David Tumey on June 6, 2012. We discussed David's part in rediscovering Royal R. Rife's Ray Tube, reconstructing Rife's 1950s instrument, and shortening the time factor in producing the correct frequency, MOR (mortal oscillatory rate), which would devitalize (destroy) a particular cancer.
I have created this audiobook because I want to help others answer the knock of Jesus Christ at the door of their hearts, inviting him to lead them as they set out on their own faith journeys to the Kingdom of Heaven. The articles in this audiobook are the elements of my own faith journey. I hope to help others know these elements and include them as steps in their faith journeys.
"Great study of the bible."
Know that the Unfailing Light is ultimately a someone. What if this someone is God, the Light? What if the Light is also the sustainer, transformer, and providence who cares for you? What if the Light is the source of life? What if the Light is also the End, the fulfillment of life? What if this Unfailing Light is the remedy for alienation, loneliness, and despair?