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Man Made by Dr Rita Louise the chronicles of our extraterrestrial Gods

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The book Man Made the Chronicles of our Extraterrestrial Gods by Dr Rita Louise and Wayne Laliberte is a fascinating look back into our ancestry when it comes to religion, myths and maybe even extraterrestrials. Man Made may open the minds of skeptics and believers as to who or what influenced our ancestors. It will take you way back and remind you of myths taught in college and passages from the bible and other religious readings. There is a brilliant cross cultural intertwining of stories from a wide variety of times and cultures. No matter what your belief system may be as to how you got here they may leave you searching for more answers. The book while informative and complicated is well organized and put together so reading it is easy and enjoyable.


The book starts with information from the passages of the Bible and goes from there into other readings. Much of mythology is covered and Man Made shows how romances, violence and even conspiracies occurred even then. Out of all the vast array of stories they decided to focus on the ancient ones only to then add current technological information to show corresponding information which ties it all together.


If you want to remember or want to learn something new that is old, this is a good book to begin with in your journey. The book is not an ending but just might give you the thirst to continue looking into the sky at night and wonder, “was that a satellite I just saw go by or something else?”


Dr. Rita Louise is a guest speaker at many events, including paranormal conferences. If you would like to listen to her speak and meet her face to face with questions than visit with her and listen in on her readio show or check her schedule of events.


Some biographical information about Dr Rita Louise taken from her many websites – At the age of 12, Rita Louise, Ph.D. became fascinated with the concept of extrasensory perception (E S P), a passion which has lasted a lifetime. After years of intense study and in-depth research into the fields of health and wellness, psychology, philosophy and the esoteric arts and sciences, she has emerged as a leading voice in the fields of holistic health and mind/body healing.


Founder of the Institute Of Applied Energetics, Dr. Rita Louise is the host of Just Energy Radio and the author of the books “Dark Angels: An Insider’s Guide To Ghosts, Spirits & Attached Entities”,
“Avoiding The Cosmic 2×4” and “The Power Within”. A 20-year veteran in the Human Potential Field, it is her unique gift as a medical intuitive and clairvoyant that illuminates and enlivens her work. Her unique
insights bridge the worlds of science, spirit and culture and are changing the way the world views physical, mental and emotional health.


Wayne Laliberte is a retired USAF officer who enjoys studying human behavior. He has taught classes and has published articles regarding human behavior in the workplace. One of his interests lie in UFOlogy,
ancient history and the possibility of ancient alien contact.


You can find more information about Rita Louise Ph.D., her books, radio show and other ventures through the following links:


Man Made the Chronicles of our Extraterrestrial Gods


Dr Rita Louise on FB


Just Energy Radio


Man Made by Dr Rita Louise the chronicles of our extraterrestrial Gods – a very interesting book.




Written by Martha Hazzard Decker

July 2, 2013 at 9:16 pm

Djinn or Genie are they real or folklore? Do they come from the paranormal world or another dimension?

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Petra, Djinn Blocs

Petra, Djinn Blocs (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Djinn or Genie are they real or folklore? Do they come from the paranormal world or another dimension? Djinn have been around through religion and folklore for thousands of years. Most Americans often think of I Dream of Jeanie when they think of the Djinn or the genie that grants three wishes. They are mentioned in Islam, the Bible and other religious books. While the concept of the Djinn does not occur in the original Hebrew version of the Bible the word is used in Arabic translations. In the Testament of Solomon,” he describes enslaving demons to build his temple. Then there was the novel so many read, Arabian Nights.” Who didn’t wish for their three magic wishes? The earliest reference in literature to Djinn is found in The Book of 1001 Nights.” Even the cartoons taught children to be careful of what they wish for because the wish would be granted quite literally. The name is spelled many different ways and they are called by a variety of names.

Arab folklore and Islamic teachings describe them as supernatural creatures that occupy a parallel world alongside our world. It also states that Djinn, humans and angels make up the three sentient creations of Allah. The Qur’an states they are made up of smokeless flame and they can be good, evil or benevolent, according to Wikipedia. Some archaeologists within Middle Eastern cultures consider beings less than angels to be Djinn when describing stone carvings and other works of art.

In The Vengeful Djinn,” by Rosemary Ellen Guiley and Philip Imbrogno they write about unveiling the hidden agenda of Djinn. She discusses theories in quantum physics and explores the relationship between Djinns, demons, fairies, shadow people and extraterrestrials. (This author attempted to contact Ms Guiley for an interview but she was unavailable) In the book Djinn are described as, “A particular type of entity that exists between the multiverse of matter and energy. The Djinn exist in a dimension close to our own, and they seem to have the ability to interact with certain people who live here when it suits their purpose.” She goes into quite a lot of detail in the book and on the website for the book.

If you go to About.com to obtain information about the Djinn this is some of what you will find, “Djinn: A spirit from Arabic mythology that can be either good or evil. The djinn are less powerful than angels, but can assume the shapes of humans, animals or whirlwinds. Belief in djinns has been wide-spread throughout the Arabian Peninsula and Central Asia; the spirits are even mentioned in the Koran. In fact, Satan often is believed to be the most prominent of the djinns. Belief in djinns may well predate both Christianity and Islam. In Zoroastrian Persia, before the coming of Islam, evil female spirits called jaini were thought to cause disease and misfortune. The word djinn comes from the Arabic “jinni,” or demon. Its root is janna, meaning “to cover or conceal.” In English, the word is often translated as “genie,” according to writer Kallie Szczepanski.

We may never know is the Djinn or real but researchers are working hard to prove there may be alternate dimensions or even worm holes in many places and while open people are actually seeing into the other dimension, sometimes even interacting with beings there but calling them ghosts. A good example of alternate dimensions could be seen on the TV show “Fringe” as they travel back and forth between parallel dimensions. On this show there are the same people in the both dimensions, they look the same but the worlds and people are different.

Some individuals claim there are six major tribes of Djinn, they are related to the Fay and are supposed to be older than mankind. The tribes live in different area and will interact with people in different ways. It is believed that some Djinn can be very dangerous. Dependent on what reference you read there are at least three tribes and up to six. There is a movie on YouTube called “Reptilians, Demons and the Djinn” in ancient Mythology by wolovoman80 that provides additional information.

Irfit are considered to be one of the strongest tribes and violent toward humans. Jann are allies of Irfit and more conservative. The Ghul are said to be corrupted by infernal powers. The Madrid are said to be the smallest of the tribes and the oldest. Shaitan are said to be master deceivers. There are those who believe they can bind Djinn to an object using a spell once they know the Djinn’s true name and possess a piece of the Djinn. An easy Google search will give you plenty of pages to peruse looking for spells. You can even buy Djinn bound jewelry on eBay by the hundreds. It is said that once bound a Djinn can be forced to do the bidding of the owner. Hence Aladdin’s lamp type of image books and shows.

Djinn or Genie are they real or folklore? Do they come from the paranormal world or another dimension? What do you think?


Written by Martha Hazzard Decker

July 2, 2013 at 7:38 pm

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