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Author’s Note: ‘Journey To Eden’

Please keep in mind that this book is a work of fiction despite its wide-ranging use of historic and scientific background. I am not claiming to have found some life-changing perspective or new historical information or that this book will improve your life or mankind.

Some parts of this book may make you cringe with disgust because it describes erotic rituals, ancient as well as contemporary, in graphic detail. You might feel angered because its characters may hold challenging views to your own perspective of this world. The main character will let you read his mind, and you’ll have to face the fact that all our thinking is nowhere near politically correct.

Editors, publishers and friends have thus recommended that I tone down the controversial story relating to Jewish, Islamic and even Christian beliefs and the political and social issues related to world politics and America’s role in it. The roles of the Jewish and of the Freemasons are apparently a particular worry. I wonder why?

I have decided to leave the book as is. This is just a novel, and while much of it is based on my interpretation of history, most of it is creative invention. I am not trying to ridicule faithful people or hurt them. If you take life and this book too seriously, you can’t be helped.
I hope this novel will be enjoyable to you one way or another.

Max J. Pucher

Synopsis – ‘Journey To Eden’

Book Title: ‘Journey To Eden’
Paperback: 488 pages
Publisher: MJP Pub. (October 30, 2005)
Language: English
ISBN: 0974100625
Product Dimensions: 9.0 x 6.0 x 1.1 inches

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