WHY DID YOU WRITE “THE MANY WATERS?”
In our scientific age, the Bible is thought of as a book of myth, and more fiction than fact. What I have discovered, however, is that science might have something to learn from the Good Book and from other ancient writings taken from scrolls, papyri, and tablets of stone.
WHAT DOES THE TITLE MEAN?
The “many waters” is the biblical symbol for all the watery planets that harbor life in the universe. I have entitled my book “The Many Waters” to substantiate that the bible speaks of the creation and evolution of all life in the universe – we are not alone, and we never have been. The Bible then goes on to explain how our planet, just one of the many waters, evolved.
WHAT ARE YOUR QUALIFICATIONS FOR WRITING THIS BOOK?
If I need to have letters after my name then let them be C. (curiosity) and N.F.T. (need for truth). Anyone can dig through the sands of time for hidden treasures.
WHAT MAKES THIS BOOK DIFFERENT?
The writer of the creation story was, without a doubt, a very religious Jew, and whether it was Moses remains in question, but he was an extraordinary human being. He had the science of creation in perfect order and accuracy, and he combined his truly inspired knowledge into the art of poetry and prose with the symbology and soul of a mystic. For centuries some of the biblical symbolism has been misinterpreted or taken literally. Neither scientist nor religious scholar have understood, or even noticed, the true meaning of some of these symbols and figures of speech. “The Many Waters” is the first book to decipher biblical symbolism and allegory by referring to ancient writings, and incorporating scientific technology that we can now understand. For example, woman being made from the rib of man is impossible when considering the universal laws of nature, but what is not impossible is that Adam’s rib was used to obtain DNA. What makes us think that we are the first in the universe to experiment with genetic engineering?