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Book details
  • Genre:HISTORY
  • SubGenre:Jewish
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Significant Pregnant Years on the Hebrew Calendar & the Mazzaroth revisited
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:22
  • eBook ISBN:9798350918588

Alter Called Witness

A Quarterly Journal

by Hollis Frances View author's profile page

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Overview
A comparative analysis of world events with the Hebrew history, Mazzaroth, Calendar and their Holy Days.
Description
The Hebrews tradition speaks of a annual cycle of events that reoccur in their "season". The author brings the reader along his journey involving the gathering and analysis of the data to determine if this tradition is fact or fiction. And, is there any information "written" in the stars, Mazzaroth, that confirm these events? In this first issue of the Alter Called Witness, the author delves into events such as; The Binding of Isaac, Expulsion of the Hebrews from Spain, Destruction of the second temple and the conception of Jesus!
About the author
Hollis Frances has fifteen years' experience in Technical Writing from his career as a Technical Support Engineer on medical equipment at a major manufacturer/service company. Recently retired, he decided to start a new career as an author of short stories based actual events although he does have a novel or two inside his heart that needs to come out in the future. He published his first short story, Willy's Accident, in 2021. He is a military veteran who served first in the US Navy for four years from 1975-1979. Then, in 1983, enlisted into the US Marines and served until 1987. Hollis Frances has an A.A.S. Degree in Electronic Communications Technology. He is married with two adult children and three grandchildren.