The Tidings by Nick Mezins
Volume Two

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"While solidly written, the dated material is likely to prove unenlightening to many readers. Those strong believers who are unfamiliar with, or willing to overlook, the well-trod material here, however, may glean some food for thought in these pages."
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"During World War II, Latvia is being ripped apart by war. Amid this uncertainty, two women band together and began communicating with spirits.

What begins as an experiment turns into something much more meaningful. The spirits explain the very workings of the universe, including planet Earth, as well as the development of matter and the spiritual nature of mankind.

One of the women communicating with spirits is Mary, the mother of translator Nick Mezins. She invites others to join her group, and its members consider why the universe was created, what is the role of man on Earth, whether there is life on other planets, and other essential issues.

Discover the answers to these questions in the second volume to The Tidings. Mezins has painstakingly translated the many conversations and insights his mother and others gleaned from the spirits so that everyone can benefit.

These further extracts focus on a variety of themes, including religion and prophets such as Jesus Christ, the Buddha, Moses, and Zoroaster. Discover the Almighty’s religion of the universe and the truth behind existence with volume two of The Tidings."
 

About Nick Mezins

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Nick Mezins, a native of Riga, Latvia, immigrated to the United States in 1950. A licensed professional engineer, he served in the Army for eleven years, including three years in Vietnam. He retired as a lieutenant colonel of engineers from the Arm
 
Published August 11, 2010 by Trafford. 404 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Parenting & Relationships, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction
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on Jul 14 2014

"While solidly written, the dated material is likely to prove unenlightening to many readers. Those strong believers who are unfamiliar with, or willing to overlook, the well-trod material here, however, may glean some food for thought in these pages."

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