Illusion of Parole


    Boris I. Jones the author of "The Illusion of Parole" is an unknown author that makes no claim to having all the answers or to the knowledge he possess as he looks upon all knowledge not only as a blessing but as a birthright. He explains how we all inherit the knowledge of the universe at birth but loses it throughout our journey herein the physical realm resulting in our very spirits being imprisoned. In a captivating way he have shared some of the knowledge that we all once held but had stripped away by a carefully laid out plan by the Corporation a name he uses to represent negative and evil energies of the universe. He lays out the beginning and the end showing how life came to be on the small planet we all inhabits and call home and how it will come to an end. Through the years, with the blessing of the Creator, lies were exposed, secrets revealed, and veils were lifted as this unknown; author, man, sinner, son, brother, friend, husband, father, subordinate, leader, and veteran of foreign wars journeyed through the great court room. Boris believes that everything and everyone in the universe is all connected and that all knowledge is meant to be shared for the betterment of mankind, which is why he wrote the "The Illusion of Parole" so he could share, "The Revelation" as it was revealed to him.

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    Number of Pages: 242
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781844268597
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    Listed in: Popular philosophy
    Publisher: FastPrint

    Books by Boris Jones


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