The Hidden Creator

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Pickle Partners Publishing, 5 de dez. de 2018 - 152 páginas
The world wants to know who, what, and where is the Creator. Ages of searching by great men have failed to find Him. If there is a Creator, it should be possible to locate Him. If there is none, then there is no answer to the question, What Power Creates and Regulates the World and everything in it?

All questions have answers. This one has an answer, and Professor Hilton Hotema was determined not to stop digging till he found it.

Where did he find it? Right in the Bible, but stated in terms so simple that no one had noticed it.

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THE HIDDEN CREATOR
Chapter No 2SCIENTOLOGY 14
Chapter No 3OBSERVATION 19
Chapter No 4EVOLUTION 24
Chapter No 5CONFUSION 31
Chapter No 6MUNDANE CREATION 37
Chapter No 7CREATIVE ACTION 43
Chapter No 8TETRAGRAMMATON 49
Chapter No 9ANCIENT MAGIC 58
Chapter No 10CREATIVE CYCLE 67
Chapter No 11SEPTENNATION 72
Chapter No 12AQUARIAN AGE 81
Chapter No 13KING FIRE 89
Chapter No 14REFLECTION 100

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Hilton Hotema, born George R. Clements (1878-1970), was a 20th-century American alternative health writer, esoteric author and mystic, who also adopted the names Kenyon Klamonti and Dr. Karl Kridler.

Born om February 7, 1878 in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, Professor Hotema authored numerous books on dietetics, fasting, fruitarianism, breatharianism, vitality, cellular regeneration, longevity, higher consciousness, spirituality, alternative medicine and ancient wisdom.

In addition to writing his own books, Professor Hotema provided many introductions to the systematic reprintings of rare, out-of-print, esoteric books published during the 1950s and 1960s.

He decided to become a vegan at the age of 9 after reading a book about health at school. He worked as a fruit picker alongside his mother from a very young age, so he was able to snack on an endless supply of fruit throughout the day. He noticed that this diet gave him an abundance of energy and unparalleled vitality. He lived as a breatharian-fruitarian for almost 80 years.

Professor Hotema died in Sebring, Florida on August 9, 1970 at the age of 92.

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