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Annabran Documents, the Holy Book of Pantheism

By Barbara
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Have you been looking for a new religion to take you into the space age? Are you tired of the debate between religion and science turning into the two camps of the superstitious versus a cold and disinterested universe? The answer to your dilemmas is here in the Annabran Documents, The Holy Book of Pantheism, written by Australian female Prophet Barbara. As the foundation scripture of the Annabran Religion, this book will lead you into the new world of a scientifically congruent and spiritually empowering Cosmic religion with inspired pantheistic tenets. Learn that divinity is in the here and now. Enter into partnership with the loving and intelligent Cosmic totality that Annabrans know as Annabra/Kyrod. The Annabran Documents offers a complete space age approach to your spiritual needs and enables each individual to live in ongoing Cosmic relationship and flourishing, helping you connect intimately with the knowing and loving Annabra that supports your life and projects in every way.

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