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The Secrets of the Eternal Book

The Meaning of the Stories of the Pentateuch
Narrated by: Martin Popplewell
Length: 5 hrs and 27 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (135 ratings)
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The Secrets of the Eternal Book decodes some of the Bible's most enigmatic yet oft-cited epochs. The author's lively and easygoing style makes for a smooth entrance into the depths of perception, where one changes one's world simply by contemplation and desire. While listenimg, you will gently rise beyond the level of physical events as they are described in the Bible, and you will find Pharaoh, Moses, Adam, and Eve that lie within you.

©2014 Uri Laitman (P)2015 Uri Laitman

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A Great Introduction To Kabbalah

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Anyone who wants to learn about Kabbalah, particularly in how Kabbalists read the Pentateuch, will find this book thoroughly interesting. The book goes over several Bible stories explaining the "coded" or "hidden" meaning within the stories using The Language of Branches. I only wish it was longer... I was disappointed when it ended.

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Excellent teaching and insight

This book is helpful for those who are ready to go beyond the literal interpretation of the Pentateuch and to peer into the universal teaching that will eventually come through in all religions.

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  • TES.
  • San Diego, CA USA
  • 09-04-15

Compelling Tunnel Into The Mystery!

Edge-of-your-seat, user-friendly glimpse into the secrets of the purpose of Life and Creation. Excellently Narrated!

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A fascinating book about a new interpretation for the book of Genesis

This is a very good book for anyone who wants to know about the Kabbalah and it's interpretation of the book of Genesis it was absolutely fascinating

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Time To Go Within

If you have heard the call to go within and want to become closer to your true self. Now is the time to read (listen) to this book.

I have become more interested what the past’s books may say that are not what our current religions exclaim. This book opens new insights to old words.

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Da Best

Not sure what to other than I love this audio book and the narrator's voice.

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Excellent reading for beginners

This narrative walks you through the Old Testament with an interesting perspective of the Ego and the Soul.

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if you wonder about the meaning of life...

if you wonder about the meaning of life, this book is for you. with it comes such clarity for beginner and master alike.

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  • Jacki Clark
  • 03-07-19

This started as a great read but stopped short

This promised to be a great book and I was enthralled but sadly from chapter five onwards it seemed to be just a summary /advertising of other books that you could buy to continue your research..