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This book is a sequel to Dr. Goldberg's Time Travelers from Our Future, and depicts the significance of Hermes, the very first time traveler, on both Egypt's development and our planet's heritage. According to Dr. Goldberg's case histories and research, Egypt developed from four sources: Lemuria (Mu), Atlantis, ETs, and time travelers.
One of the most dramatic chapters deals with Hermes' role as Moses' advisor and rewrites the history of the Exodus by demonstrating that the original Jewish people were Egyptians! Archeological and historical evidence are presented to support this argument.
Several self-hypnosis exercises are presented to guide the listener into their own past lives, out-of-body travel and training them to contact these time travelers.
©2012 Dr. Bruce Goldberg (P)2013 Dr. Bruce Goldberg
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By Serendipity on 09-26-17

Wow! Best story yet. Love it.

This is the most complete story that I have heard so far. Every other book covers parts but leaves me wanting so much more and with way too many questions. This was real water for my thirst, for now.

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By Shane on 11-16-15

Interesting content, poor narration

The content is very interesting but the poor narration distracted me. I would like to listen to this book again with a different narrator. Between the mispronunciation of several common words and the way the narrator would not annunciate words with an "n" and "t" together, such as "ancieh" instead of ancient was distracting. I rewound several times to try to actually understand what the author was trying to say.

The content itself is really interesting and gives you something to contemplate and do more research on.

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