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Paradise : Papyrus of Solamon
by Doaa E. Tolis




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The Book "Paradise: Papyrus of Solamon," documents a tour, tracing the journey of Human Development. The journey begins at the time Humans tried to recall memory, but nothing came to mind, then travels through the passage of Time to the present day. It brings creative nonfiction to a new level as it takes the reader through well-known religious texts, history, tradition, and even natural events and gives important commentary that is relevant to our day and to people of a variety of experiences.

Unlike other journeys, this tour is more of a scientific study. The events are arranged into twelve stations in five different parts. Throughout the tour, particular emphasis is placed on the Time that was appointed for a major shift in Human Development. In each inquiry, aspects of Solomon's attributes, pursuits, and evident accomplishments are examined to verify the facts and to peruse the neglected and overlooked. Besides historical and archeological exploration, there are searches in mathematics, geometry, chemistry, physics, and linguistics as well as religion, philosophy, and logic. For the readers, no prior knowledge of these areas is required as the materials are clearly illustrated and the proofs become self-evident along the tour. Readers can anticipate recollecting the joyful cause of Humanity anew. Readers can also prepare to be both charmed and delighted to realize how transforming was Solomon's reign, how valuable was his reason, and how good was his cause.

The Book "Paradise: Papyrus of Solamon," is beautifully and imaginatively written. In clever, sometimes humorous ways, the author weaves a story that enlightens even as she entertains. The book is dissimilar to all other publications, and no book yet existed has its style, topical coverage, and depth. It combines engaging prose with original ideas and builds bridges between the sciences, religion, and the humanities.

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Overview

The Book "Paradise: Papyrus of Solamon," documents a tour, tracing the journey of Human Development. The journey begins at the time Humans tried to recall memory, but nothing came to mind, then travels through the passage of Time to the present day. It brings creative nonfiction to a new level as it takes the reader through well-known religious texts, history, tradition, and even natural events and gives important commentary that is relevant to our day and to people of a variety of experiences.

Unlike other journeys, this tour is more of a scientific study. The events are arranged into twelve stations in five different parts. Throughout the tour, particular emphasis is placed on the Time that was appointed for a major shift in Human Development. In each inquiry, aspects of Solomon's attributes, pursuits, and evident accomplishments are examined to verify the facts and to peruse the neglected and overlooked. Besides historical and archeological exploration, there are searches in mathematics, geometry, chemistry, physics, and linguistics as well as religion, philosophy, and logic. For the readers, no prior knowledge of these areas is required as the materials are clearly illustrated and the proofs become self-evident along the tour. Readers can anticipate recollecting the joyful cause of Humanity anew. Readers can also prepare to be both charmed and delighted to realize how transforming was Solomon's reign, how valuable was his reason, and how good was his cause.

The Book "Paradise: Papyrus of Solamon," is beautifully and imaginatively written. In clever, sometimes humorous ways, the author weaves a story that enlightens even as she entertains. The book is dissimilar to all other publications, and no book yet existed has its style, topical coverage, and depth. It combines engaging prose with original ideas and builds bridges between the sciences, religion, and the humanities.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781734937404
  • ISBN-10: 1734937408
  • Publisher: Papyri Press
  • Publish Date: May 2020
  • Page Count: 258
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.03 pounds


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