Yishvara 2000 by Gene Matlock

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This book traces the history of Judaism back to its roots in India. Blamed by the nomadic Aryans (Devas and Christyanis) for two floods that destroyed the Indus Civilzation. The Yadava (Yahu-Deva) city dwellers, artisans, and farmers fled India for the Middle East and othe rparts of te world, taking with them and propagating their religion of Yishvara in their new homes. In the Middle East this Yishvara religion later became Judaism. The book gives many examples of the thousands of Hindu place names in various parts of the world and how Sanskirt influenced English. The author describes how the true meanings of the religious words of Yishvara, such as Prayer (Pray), Faith (Phath), Reverence (Rav-ara), Idolatry (Adaultar), etc., have changed so drastically that no one even knows what Religion is any more or what to do with it. Because of the computer age and other scientific innovations, Yishvara, the ancestor fo Judaism, has a powerful message to deliver to this millennium. When the reader finishes this book, he'll know more about religion than the Pope and the Dalai Lama.

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Published November 30, 2000 by iUniverse. 208 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, History. Non-fiction

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