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December 04th 2013:The Genesis Code

If you think the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden is about sex and a fall from grace, then Glynda-Lee Hoffmann's new book The Genesis Code: Your Key to Unlocking Hidden Genius will indeed be a revelation! She states that the primary story of Genesis is really a coded key to the workings of the human brain! In her remarkable, groundbreaking book, Hoffmann has deciphered the hidden interpretation of Hebrew letters as expressed in the The Qabalah, an ancient teaching of coded interpretations embedded in the original text of Genesis and The Song of Songs. She focused on specific phra

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Glynda-Lee Hoffmann

Glynda-Lee Hoffmann began her path to the Qabalah when she heard a voice as a five-year-old say, “Things are not what they appear to be.” At the age of eleven she had a full blown mystical experience, but being so young had no way of recognizing it until she was in her 40s. Her latest book, The Genesis Code: Your Key to Unlocking Hidden Genius,” not only describes her early mystical events, but introduces the Qabalah as a path to expanded awareness. Aside from her studies of the Qabalah, writing two books - The Secret Dowry of Eve and The Genesis, Hoffmann is also Assistant Director of the Hoffmann Learning Research Institute in Chico, California. She recently gave a TED talk about the propr
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