Eternal Humans and the Finite Gods
The third edition of Eternal Humans and the Finite Gods is a comprehensive book that brings the reader into journeys within oneself and beyond. It introduces a mother and daughter who genuinely desire truth, and they first utilized religion to find it. What should have been a path of awakening had taken them down a rabbit hole of diminished choice, knowledge, and freedom. This culminated in Talea’s mother being used as a tool to spread the “truth” via prophecies she received, and Talea was being groomed toward a similar path. It took great effort and insight to climb out of that hole and stop the manipulation, which Talea shows in her realizations step-by-step.
Popular books derived from otherworldly sources rarely if ever critique the gods or angelic guides of those messages. If criticism is found, people often turn to another religion ruled by similar entities. Talea’s book is unique in that she not only analyzes her mother’s prophecies, the Bible’s, and various other sources, but she also brings us outside of mainstream spiritual beliefs to a more complete picture. Figuring out who was spiritually directing Talea and her mother and the reason why were pivotal steps to gaining back themselves. They have learned how to separate truths from lies, which religions and New Age spiritualities are notorious in combining.
Research into the roots of Judeo-Christianity shows notable evidence in Egypt, Sumer, Anatolia (pre-Turkey), and Greece. Talea uncovers historical and sometimes otherworldly identities of Judaism’s patriarchs and Christianity’s demigods, and she uses archaeological and cultural evidence as support. The transition from Judaism to Christianity was feasible because their mainly similar factions interweave almost seamlessly—along with purposeful division—due to a greater agenda. Theories about an Apocalypse and a New Earth are key topics for our current time, and real-world politics play a prevalent role toward a one world order “under God.”
Talea argues that science and religion share multiple similarities, especially in relation to scientific ideas hindered by fractals and quantum mechanics. Is there really a realm based upon eternal life without death and reincarnation? She says “Yes,” showing how she came to that conclusion with investigation into theories about other dimensions and universes.
This third and final edition goes where few books have ventured—revealing rational explanations for abstract concepts such as a higher self, transfiguration and ascension, “pole shifts,” and the expansion of the cosmos contrary to the religiosity and unrealism perceived in the New Age community. Talea seeks knowledge toward the very beginning of existence; she invites the reader to stretch one’s mind and see how our physical reality emerged from a much larger system whose foundation is neither chaos nor a God.
Finally, Talea expounds upon key aspects of one’s wonderfully multifaceted self, which includes layers of energy “matter” that we can individually experience. With the extraordinary knowledge presented in this book, we can arguably gain more security and sense of self to empower us more than any prevalent religion or spirituality can. We have more abilities and choices than what we have been led to believe, and we can choose our own paths in life, including the afterlife, which this book also explores.