The forgotten Books of Eden, barred from biblical sanctity and relegated to centuries of esoteric obscurity, come to us like mislaid chapters retrieved from time. Translated from ancient texts augmented by modern archaeological findings, these writings now stand resurrected for us to explore a forgotten part of our literary and religious heritage.
Summoned from the imagination by the same inspiration that fired the Old Testament, The Forgotten Books of Eden rises above the boundaries of tradition and time, bringing us the creator’s spiritual vision. We see much more here of Jesus as a child than we do in the new testament. Peter and Nicodemus, who were so close to Jesus, give their version of His life. There is an account of Mary’s life before Jesus’ Birth and also several letters that supplement our knowledge of these ancient times.
We can now judge these texts for ourselves! No one who seeks the highest, most pure form of the truth can go without experiencing The forgotten Books of Eden.
Publisher: Frontline Distribution In'L Inc. (January 2003)