Author Establishes Compelling Link Between Religious Gods, Angels, Aliens, and the 2012 Armageddon Prophecies

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Careful study of the Bible and religious prophecies given to her mother brought Theresa Talea to conclusions independent of religion

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In her new book The Truth about God, 2012–2022 Ascension, and Who We Really Are: How an Ex-Prophet and I Left Religion and Discovered Universes Beyond and Within (published by iUniverse), author Theresa Talea reveals the truths she claims to have found after more than a decade’s study of prophecies, religions, history, archaeology, and science. She challenges mainstream religious and scientific thought to explore universal creation based upon non-fractal science, wherein death and also reincarnation are not the norm, and she exposes what the gods and their agendas are based upon their own words. Ultimately, Talea teaches how to discern energies and uncover one’s “higher” self to clearly determine one’s path apart from the stories about Armageddon and the Mayan calendar conundrum of December 21, 2012.

“My mother and I,” Talea writes, “came out of Judeo-Christianity after we realized that the thousands of prophecies that my mother directly received, which included otherworldly directions told to her on a daily basis, led us both into less freedom and more deception. I took great care in analyzing many of her messages, those of the Bible, and religions and spiritualities in general to reveal a deeply entrenched plan of control over all of us, the Earth, and our galaxy. We have expanded our awareness to the realms beyond the gods and angels, for there is a source energy consciousness that progressive quantum physicists and spiritualities can accept.”

An excerpt:

It would be great to find solid truth through prevailing scientific and religious information, but their perspectives contain bias toward a belief that already categorized such otherworldly phenomena. Since the greater universe and energies are beyond our grasp, we often lessen their magnitude just enough to fit within a workable framework from which to understand. We then build upon those ideas to find something somewhat new instead of eradicating them and starting fresh from within an open mind and heart. Scientists have an edge on religious followers because some of their discoveries and theories open up an entirely new paradigm. Religions teach against such open discovery, because they want steady comfort in their ancestral paradigm.

The bottom line between both science and religion is that they are in awe of external marvels. In their respective ways, they both will allow each wonder to do whatever it wants so they can ooh and ahh over its capabilities. While this can be a learning experience, it can easily dismiss our inner gauge that tells us to step back, think twice about the situation, and regain ourselves.

About the Author
The abuses and half-truths that Theresa Talea experienced throughout her young life gave her deep negativity, emptiness, and illness that confirmed her resolve toward finding an uncompromised truth, goodness, and love that she intuitively knew existed somewhere. She pressed forward to find the answers in religion, university and self-study, but her intuition and logic ultimately led her back into herself. She and her mother realized that the place of goodness was within them and everyone all along.

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