Myths of Gods

Myths of Gods What If God Were Agnostic And We Were Nothing Than The Product Of Existential Angst After Stumbling Upon The Creation Of Existence And Life, God Attempts To Resolve Petty Religious Conflicts By Coming To The People In The Form Of Five Prophets Instead Of Setting The People Straight, However, The Five The Individual Embodiments Of Mind, Matter, Time, Life And Death Inadvertently Set Off A Chain Of Events That Will Leave Time, Space, And Humanity Forever Changed Take A Critical Look At Religion Through An Infant God S Eyes In This Dark Science Fantasy Allegory That Spans From The Big Bang To Present Day

In addition to writing dark speculative fiction for over twenty five years, Leigh M Lane has sung lead and backup vocals for bands ranging from classic rock to the blues, dabbled in fine arts, and earned a black belt in karate She has a BA in English and graduated from UNLV Magna Cum Laude She currently lives in the dusty outskirts of Sin City with her husband, an editor and educator, and one v

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  • Paperback
  • 236 pages
  • Myths of Gods
  • Leigh M. Lane
  • English
  • 02 March 2018
  • 9780615491899

10 thoughts on “Myths of Gods

  1. says:

    A change to the author s name was sensible for this ambitious adventure Personally,I found the Myths to be very original and diverting This is a book of our times that is a reflection of, and a real contribution to, our modern release from fear of debate about the nature of divinity As is normal with Lane s works she begins with a big bang, but in this book it is the one which apparently starts the expansion of a universe, not the penetration of private fantasy An infant god bored by his vision of existence literally kicks off his own Einsteinian thread of time, and then populates it with mirrors of humanity in a diverting genesis.This infant god makes mistakes, as he endows five prophets with particular and different god like powers Only one of these individuals has any real sense of the possible and responsible use of their gifts , Jeza, with her mind that connects with everyone s thought The five prophets of five powers, life, time, matter, death and mind lived in one town, in one holy land , which creates the backdrop for this adventure This book is a fast paced story in an invented world, that may or may not be ours This is a great read, with a philosophic view that can be taken as flippantly or as deeply as any adult reader chooses We are drawn through a brutal a realistic landscape that has been reflected in real life many times We witness how those with real skills and insights are rejected by a greedy and fearful political establishment, however wisely or badly these abilities are employed There is deep thought behind this book, which surely draws on the philosophies of the very close and very distant in Lane s space in time.

  2. says:

    A change to the author s name was sensible for this ambitious adventure Personally,I found the Myths to be very original and diverting This is a book of our times that is a reflection of, and a real contribution to, our modern release from fear of debate about the nature of divinity As is normal with Lane s works she begins with a big bang, but in this book it is the one which apparently starts the expansion of a universe, not the penetration of private fantasy An infant god bored by his vision of existence literally kicks off his own Einsteinian thread of time, and then populates it with mirrors of humanity in a diverting genesis.This infant god makes mistakes, as he endows five prophets with particular and different god like powers Only one of these individuals has any real sense of the possible and responsible use of their gifts , Jeza, with her mind that connects with everyone s thought The five prophets of five powers, life, time, matter, death and mind lived in one town, in one holy land , which creates the backdrop for this adventure This book is a fast paced story in an invented world, that may or may not be ours This is a great read, with a philosophic view that can be taken as flippantly or as deeply as any adult reader chooses We are drawn through a brutal a realistic landscape that has been reflected in real life many times We witness how those with real skills and insights are rejected by a greedy and fearful political establishment, however wisely or badly these abilities are employed There is deep thought behind this book, which surely draws on the philosophies of the very close and very distant in Lane s space in time.

  3. says:

    A change to the author s name was sensible for this ambitious adventure Personally,I found the Myths to be very original and diverting This is a book of our times that is a reflection of, and a real contribution to, our modern release from fear of debate about the nature of divinity As is normal with Lane s works she begins with a big bang, but in this book it is the one which apparently starts the expansion of a universe, not the penetration of private fantasy An infant god bored by his vision of existence literally kicks off his own Einsteinian thread of time, and then populates it with mirrors of humanity in a diverting genesis.This infant god makes mistakes, as he endows five prophets with particular and different god like powers Only one of these individuals has any real sense of the possible and responsible use of their gifts , Jeza, with her mind that connects with everyone s thought The five prophets of five powers, life, time, matter, death and mind lived in one town, in one holy land , which creates the backdrop for this adventure This book is a fast paced story in an invented world, that may or may not be ours This is a great read, with a philosophic view that can be taken as flippantly or as deeply as any adult reader chooses We are drawn through a brutal a realistic landscape that has been reflected in real life many times We witness how those with real skills and insights are rejected by a greedy and fearful political establishment, however wisely or badly these abilities are employed There is deep thought behind this book, which surely draws on the philosophies of the very close and very distant in Lane s space in time.

  4. says:

    A change to the author s name was sensible for this ambitious adventure Personally,I found the Myths to be very original and diverting This is a book of our times that is a reflection of, and a real contribution to, our modern release from fear of debate about the nature of divinity As is normal with Lane s works she begins with a big bang, but in this book it is the one which apparently starts the expansion of a universe, not the penetration of private fantasy An infant god bored by his vision of existence literally kicks off his own Einsteinian thread of time, and then populates it with mirrors of humanity in a diverting genesis.This infant god makes mistakes, as he endows five prophets with particular and different god like powers Only one of these individuals has any real sense of the possible and responsible use of their gifts , Jeza, with her mind that connects with everyone s thought The five prophets of five powers, life, time, matter, death and mind lived in one town, in one holy land , which creates the backdrop for this adventure This book is a fast paced story in an invented world, that may or may not be ours This is a great read, with a philosophic view that can be taken as flippantly or as deeply as any adult reader chooses We are drawn through a brutal a realistic landscape that has been reflected in real life many times We witness how those with real skills and insights are rejected by a greedy and fearful political establishment, however wisely or badly these abilities are employed There is deep thought behind this book, which surely draws on the philosophies of the very close and very distant in Lane s space in time.

  5. says:

    A change to the author s name was sensible for this ambitious adventure Personally,I found the Myths to be very original and diverting This is a book of our times that is a reflection of, and a real contribution to, our modern release from fear of debate about the nature of divinity As is normal with Lane s works she begins with a big bang, but in this book it is the one which apparently starts the expansion of a universe, not the penetration of private fantasy An infant god bored by his vision of existence literally kicks off his own Einsteinian thread of time, and then populates it with mirrors of humanity in a diverting genesis.This infant god makes mistakes, as he endows five prophets with particular and different god like powers Only one of these individuals has any real sense of the possible and responsible use of their gifts , Jeza, with her mind that connects with everyone s thought The five prophets of five powers, life, time, matter, death and mind lived in one town, in one holy land , which creates the backdrop for this adventure This book is a fast paced story in an invented world, that may or may not be ours This is a great read, with a philosophic view that can be taken as flippantly or as deeply as any adult reader chooses We are drawn through a brutal a realistic landscape that has been reflected in real life many times We witness how those with real skills and insights are rejected by a greedy and fearful political establishment, however wisely or badly these abilities are employed There is deep thought behind this book, which surely draws on the philosophies of the very close and very distant in Lane s space in time.

  6. says:

    A change to the author s name was sensible for this ambitious adventure Personally,I found the Myths to be very original and diverting This is a book of our times that is a reflection of, and a real contribution to, our modern release from fear of debate about the nature of divinity As is normal with Lane s works she begins with a big bang, but in this book it is the one which apparently starts the expansion of a universe, not the penetration of private fantasy An infant god bored by his vision of existence literally kicks off his own Einsteinian thread of time, and then populates it with mirrors of humanity in a diverting genesis.This infant god makes mistakes, as he endows five prophets with particular and different god like powers Only one of these individuals has any real sense of the possible and responsible use of their gifts , Jeza, with her mind that connects with everyone s thought The five prophets of five powers, life, time, matter, death and mind lived in one town, in one holy land , which creates the backdrop for this adventure This book is a fast paced story in an invented world, that may or may not be ours This is a great read, with a philosophic view that can be taken as flippantly or as deeply as any adult reader chooses We are drawn through a brutal a realistic landscape that has been reflected in real life many times We witness how those with real skills and insights are rejected by a greedy and fearful political establishment, however wisely or badly these abilities are employed There is deep thought behind this book, which surely draws on the philosophies of the very close and very distant in Lane s space in time.

  7. says:

    A change to the author s name was sensible for this ambitious adventure Personally,I found the Myths to be very original and diverting This is a book of our times that is a reflection of, and a real contribution to, our modern release from fear of debate about the nature of divinity As is normal with Lane s works she begins with a big bang, but in this book it is the one which apparently starts the expansion of a universe, not the penetration of private fantasy An infant god bored by his vision of existence literally kicks off his own Einsteinian thread of time, and then populates it with mirrors of humanity in a diverting genesis.This infant god makes mistakes, as he endows five prophets with particular and different god like powers Only one of these individuals has any real sense of the possible and responsible use of their gifts , Jeza, with her mind that connects with everyone s thought The five prophets of five powers, life, time, matter, death and mind lived in one town, in one holy land , which creates the backdrop for this adventure This book is a fast paced story in an invented world, that may or may not be ours This is a great read, with a philosophic view that can be taken as flippantly or as deeply as any adult reader chooses We are drawn through a brutal a realistic landscape that has been reflected in real life many times We witness how those with real skills and insights are rejected by a greedy and fearful political establishment, however wisely or badly these abilities are employed There is deep thought behind this book, which surely draws on the philosophies of the very close and very distant in Lane s space in time.

  8. says:

    A change to the author s name was sensible for this ambitious adventure Personally,I found the Myths to be very original and diverting This is a book of our times that is a reflection of, and a real contribution to, our modern release from fear of debate about the nature of divinity As is normal with Lane s works she begins with a big bang, but in this book it is the one which apparently starts the expansion of a universe, not the penetration of private fantasy An infant god bored by his vision of existence literally kicks off his own Einsteinian thread of time, and then populates it with mirrors of humanity in a diverting genesis.This infant god makes mistakes, as he endows five prophets with particular and different god like powers Only one of these individuals has any real sense of the possible and responsible use of their gifts , Jeza, with her mind that connects with everyone s thought The five prophets of five powers, life, time, matter, death and mind lived in one town, in one holy land , which creates the backdrop for this adventure This book is a fast paced story in an invented world, that may or may not be ours This is a great read, with a philosophic view that can be taken as flippantly or as deeply as any adult reader chooses We are drawn through a brutal a realistic landscape that has been reflected in real life many times We witness how those with real skills and insights are rejected by a greedy and fearful political establishment, however wisely or badly these abilities are employed There is deep thought behind this book, which surely draws on the philosophies of the very close and very distant in Lane s space in time.

  9. says:

    A change to the author s name was sensible for this ambitious adventure Personally,I found the Myths to be very original and diverting This is a book of our times that is a reflection of, and a real contribution to, our modern release from fear of debate about the nature of divinity As is normal with Lane s works she begins with a big bang, but in this book it is the one which apparently starts the expansion of a universe, not the penetration of private fantasy An infant god bored by his vision of existence literally kicks off his own Einsteinian thread of time, and then populates it with mirrors of humanity in a diverting genesis.This infant god makes mistakes, as he endows five prophets with particular and different god like powers Only one of these individuals has any real sense of the possible and responsible use of their gifts , Jeza, with her mind that connects with everyone s thought The five prophets of five powers, life, time, matter, death and mind lived in one town, in one holy land , which creates the backdrop for this adventure This book is a fast paced story in an invented world, that may or may not be ours This is a great read, with a philosophic view that can be taken as flippantly or as deeply as any adult reader chooses We are drawn through a brutal a realistic landscape that has been reflected in real life many times We witness how those with real skills and insights are rejected by a greedy and fearful political establishment, however wisely or badly these abilities are employed There is deep thought behind this book, which surely draws on the philosophies of the very close and very distant in Lane s space in time.

  10. says:

    A change to the author s name was sensible for this ambitious adventure Personally,I found the Myths to be very original and diverting This is a book of our times that is a reflection of, and a real contribution to, our modern release from fear of debate about the nature of divinity As is normal with Lane s works she begins with a big bang, but in this book it is the one which apparently starts the expansion of a universe, not the penetration of private fantasy An infant god bored by his vision of existence literally kicks off his own Einsteinian thread of time, and then populates it with mirrors of humanity in a diverting genesis.This infant god makes mistakes, as he endows five prophets with particular and different god like powers Only one of these individuals has any real sense of the possible and responsible use of their gifts , Jeza, with her mind that connects with everyone s thought The five prophets of five powers, life, time, matter, death and mind lived in one town, in one holy land , which creates the backdrop for this adventure This book is a fast paced story in an invented world, that may or may not be ours This is a great read, with a philosophic view that can be taken as flippantly or as deeply as any adult reader chooses We are drawn through a brutal a realistic landscape that has been reflected in real life many times We witness how those with real skills and insights are rejected by a greedy and fearful political establishment, however wisely or badly these abilities are employed There is deep thought behind this book, which surely draws on the philosophies of the very close and very distant in Lane s space in time.

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