The Phoenician Code by Karim El Koussa

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The Phoenician Code, a fictional novel based on astounding historical and religious facts. Manipulated by the underground lobby since the coming of Christ, and revealed today by The Phoenician Code, those hidden facts come to light to reassess some major realities. Much more than just an anti-thesis to: The DaVinci Code.
What is true and what is false in the Old Testament? What is the relation between Cyrus II and the Babylonian Brotherhood, the founding brothers of the Hebrew people!? Why Cyrus II was called the Messiah in the Old Testament!? Who were the Templars and what were they searching for in Jerusalem? Who was the "Head" they venerated? Who were the Freemasons and why they considered the Tower of Babel as important as the Temple of Solomon? What is true and what is false in the New Testament? Why have we been manipulated to believe that a Galilean is a Jew, although Galilee has been considered as Gelil Haggoyim, which is translated into "Circle of the Gentiles," or "Galilee of the Nations," which is "Galilee of the non-Jews." Was Jesus a Galilean-Phoenician? What did the Galileans believe in? Why Jesus was named "Immanuel," which means "El with us." Why there were two Bethlehems?  The Phoenician Code answers all these questions and more....  -------------------------Acclaims for the book:
-------------------------«Karim El Koussa is an Award Winning Lebanese Author, but his world wide reputation (and recognition) is rising rapidly. His novel, 'The Phoenician Code' is written in a great way mixing intelligence and imagination altogether and is indeed equal to works written by big big novelists. It's a book that makes everyone think hard about possible results or truth that we may take into consideration--concerning the non-authentic records of the Biblical Israel on both Historical and Archaeological levels, and that Jesus Christ could well be Phoenician and not Jew, along with proving that his relationship with Mary Magdalene was not at all sexual, but rather, a strong spiritual relation between a Master and his Disciple. It's indeed a bold text with plenty of actions going on. A thriller that could well be turned into a Movie.» -- Tv anchor and published poet-writer Karen Boustany declared in an interview with the author on one of the leading Tv stations in Lebanon, in a book segment called 'Kitab' on MTV Al-Loubnaniya, August 11, 2012.  It has been suggested for "Additional Readings" about the Phoenicians for students to refer to at school in Author Terri Raymond's book «Ancient Civilization: Fifth Grade Social Science Lesson, Activities, Discussion Questions and Quizzes» published by HomeSchool Brew, July 2014.

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Published October 28, 2011 by Sunbury Press, Inc.. 406 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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