October 23rd, 2014
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YAHWEH THE TWO-FACED GOD NOW AVAILABLE IN PRINT ON DEMAND

We’re pleased to announce that Yahweh The Two-Faced God: Theology, Terrorism, and Topology is now available in print on demand edition. Scroll down in the middle column and click on the print on demand link that takes you directly to Lulu!

17 Responses to YAHWEH THE TWO-FACED GOD NOW AVAILABLE IN PRINT ON DEMAND

  1. If anyone so desires — there is an excellent post on Henry Makow’s web-site that gets to the bone of the matter.

    The article is called “WHY THE ILLUMINATI EXPOSE THE CONSPIRACY” along with a video of big Al Pachino HAMMING IT UP.

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    Maybe the character Pachino plays is really Yahwah?

    WHO IS YAHWAH, ANYWAY?

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    Nothing like a JEW who is a born again CHRISTIAN?( at least he says he is?)

    Paul — who fancies himself an armchair PSYCHO—ANAL—-IST
    WONDERS how GOOD THIS HENRY MAKOW would be if he never met that PHILIPPINO —-WOMAN (HER!!!!!!) who took him for one hell of a JOY-RIDE!!!

    Then again maybe he would have turned out to be a DUD without that experience!

    By the way the MOVIE – Devil’s Disciple is a MIDEVAL MORALITY PLAY but they spoil it with a HOLLYWOOD ENDING?

  2. Hello again Joseph,
    I have been meaning to write you for some time now, listening to your last interview on the Byte Show gave me impetus to do so today. I first read in Genes and Giants (if I remember correctly), and then heard in more than one of your interviews, that you seem fairly certain that a certain form of manipulative technology was involved in St. Paul’s conversion experience – in his hearing Christ, and going blind, on the road to Damascus. How can you be so certain? Many many even recent and well documented saints, miracle working saints, have taken his writings and his experiences as sound and true. In my own case, my own life has been literally saved by Christ. Yes, I like you have problems with certain parts of the the Old Testament — I’ve come to accept that during the Babylonian period there may have been a reworking of a previous tradition. I don’t take all of scripture to be infallible.
    It is a mistake to jump to conclusions without weighing all of the evidence — the evidence of thousands of known and unknown miracle working saints, and the experiences of many many Christians, even such as myself, is in my mind evidence that carries great weight. There is no need to throw away St. Paul in order to advance the greater part of your theory, and it is illogical, possibly dangerous, to push your view in this specific area while ignoring the great mass of counter evidence.

    • Hello thomask,
      Very interesting your point of view. I don’t believe some of the Bible text myself. As a matter of fact those things happened so long ago that nobody can be certain unless proven by real facts. However, one may speculate as to what may have happened.
      You know what? I am excited to find out from you how your wife was saved by Christ.
      I am sure you can’t only describe the miracle but come up with a solid argument that can be proved so there would be no doubt that your claim is true.
      Thanks for sharing.

      • Thank you Michael for your kind words. Yes my own life had and has been saved by Christ. Life is not in truth a self-encapsulated product of material forces, but to increasing degrees a form of participation in an ever new and always greater life, a point of experience and not of blind ‘belief’. If we haven’t died to ourselves, reached our own private limit, we remain enamored in and by what is essentially false. I will be one of the first to criticize much of what has been done in the name of Christ, but don’t see the need to gratuitously attack St. Paul. I am still waiting for some reply from Dr. Farrell regarding my above query.

  3. Hey Joe:

    I will suggest again a book that you probably would really, really like to read:

    CAESAR’S MESSIAH by Joseph Atwill.

    I guarantee you will find out things about Christianity that will amaze even you.

    You will be able to see how and they why of this “social engineering” project.

    If you ever feel like checking it out I will be glad to send you a copy. I assume you can see any poster’s email address.

  4. I too prefer a real book to an ereader (even though I have one and use it frequently). I just order my hard copy tonight. If you two keep this up -and please do – I will have to get another bookshelf, if I can figure out where to put it (LOL). Looking forward to dive into it when my copy arrives.

  5. I have finished my kindle issue of Apocalypse Theater Vol.:1 and can say it was again a worthwhile Farrell-read. Especialy chapter 3 provided some new jigsaw pieces and connected some more dot’s for me. Thanky you Dr. Farrell for this.

    What about the next Volumes? Some proposition:

    – Apocalypse Theater Vol.:2 Apocalyptic Hinduism
    (Hindutva – towards a islamic Holocaust)

    – Apocalypse Theater Vol.:3 Apocalyptic Buddhism I
    (Dalai Lama and Kalachakra-Tantra)

    – Apocalypse Theater Vol.:4 Apocalyptic Buddhism II
    (Shoko Asahara Omu Shinrikyo [Aum-Sect]

    – Apocalypse Theater Vol.:5 The Occult Underground I
    (Cryptogay Spermgnosis – Aleister Crowley and the Aeon of Horus)

    – Apocalypse Theater Vol.:6 The Occult Underground II
    (Vaginal Secretion exposed – Kenneth Grant’s Nu-Isis and the Radiance Beyond Space)

  6. Do you guys know if this book will be available through Lulu’s GlobalReach program? I work at a bookstore and would like to order this one via Ingram Book Company.

  7. Done and done — Yahweh is now headed to me. =)

    I hope lulu can barely keep up with the demand.

    To both of you, thanks……

  8. Having just seen the printed version this morning, I am very pleased with it. The quality is worth the cost for those who prefer printed books. I am a believer in the aesthetics which accompany the reading experience and while I do have an iPad and several ebook readers on my computer and iPhone, my first choice is printed. The convenience of carrying 100 books around in a single storage device comes in handy while waiting at the doctor’s office or during staff meetings but there is nothing quite like the feel of a 6″ clear ruler and several colored pens or hi-liters moving across a book or writing in the margins. Yes, I have also figured out how to do this with ebooks (thankfully), but I give my two thumbs up on the printed version for those who are wondering. I would also like to thank the many readers who have commented, emailed, and encouraged us with this book … it was simmering with us a very long time and it took some persuasion and the right timing to finally write it. Quite honestly, I never though we would start this particular series and your encouragement has been very meaningful to both of us. Thank you.

    • Let me echo Dr. de Hart here. We were pleased with the overall look of the print on demand books, and, like him, I prefer a book in my hand for notes in the margins, highlighters, and so on, and for those of you who, like us, write notes in the margins, the margins of this little book are ample and allow good note-taking. Again, thank you to you all for your encouragement, and for those of you who’ve bought the two versions of the book. THANK YOU!

  9. I’ve been reading up on Mormonism and apparently they worship Yahweh as well:

    http://www.toughquestionsanswered.org/2009/01/20/yhwh-and-mormonism/

    some quotes:

    “When Mormons go to the temple they learn that God the Father’s name is Elohim and Jesus’ name isJehovah/Yahweh”

    “In Mormonism since Yahweh is a spiritually born God there was a God prior to Him… Elohim”

    “the Church HAS TAUGHT numerous times that God the Father was once a man who progressed to Godhood by obedience to His God.”

    David Bokovoy (who is currently pursuing his PhD at Brandeis under noted Jewish scholar Marc Brettler) in the FARMS Review. As David remarks:

    “Though Latter-day Saints view God the Father and Jesus Christ as two separate divine beings, for the Saints, the biblical titles associated with these deities are clearly interchangeable. Latter-day Saints have no problem, therefore, in associating God the Father with the title Yahweh…The 1916 official declaration presented by the First Presidency of the church states “God the Eternal Father, whom we designate by the exalted name-title Elohim, is the literal Parent of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and of the spirits of the human race.” Clearly, however, the First Presidency’s move toward designating God the Father as Elohim and Jesus, the Son, as Jehovah was primarily a move by church leaders to create uniformity in Latter-day Saint expression.”

    Mormons also embrace transhumanism:

    Mormon Transhumanist Affirmation:

    1. We seek the spiritual and physical exaltation of individuals and their anatomies, as well as communities and their environments, according to their wills, desires and laws, to the extent they are not oppressive.
    2. We believe that scientific knowledge and technological power are among the means ordained of God to enable such exaltation, including realization of diverse prophetic visions of transfiguration, immortality, resurrection, renewal of this world, and the discovery and creation of worlds without end.
    3. We feel a duty to use science and technology according to wisdom and inspiration, to identify and prepare for risks and responsibilities associated with future advances, and to persuade others to do likewise.

    http://suspiciousberean.blogspot.com/2011/05/mormonism-and-transhumanism.html

    So is Yahweh hedging his bets? It seems he has two groups of “Chosen People” who worship him. If the Mormons readily embrace transhumanism
    and the Jews do not, then the smart money may be on these Yahweh worshipping upstarts from the promised land of Utah to rule the world as Gods in the coming future.

    I was really scratching my head wondering how the heck Romney the Mormon made it so far. Now it is truly getting weird.