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Gabriel’s extinguishing the Atomic Hell Series: The miracle of the holy Quran; The Quran predicts, phenomenally characterizes an
Jan. 29, 2020
Author:
Yousuf Gabriel
Category:
Non-fiction: General/Other
Description:
“Greed is the root, this progress is the body, and the nuclear bomb is the fruit of the tree. Radiation may be regarded as the nuclear fragrance.”

Based on a prophecy of the Quran about the atom bomb, and supported by the Bible, philosophically “Gabriel’s extinguishing the Atomic Hell Series” covers the entire field of atomism; scientifically it covers the entire nuclear phenomenon, to lead this world out of nuclear hell.

Neither the root causes nor the resolution of the nuclear dilemma is in politics; rather they are in theology. Unless the root causes of the emergence of nuclear hell are eradicated, the nuclear dilemma can be neither resolved nor nuclear threat is avoided.

“Gabriel’s extinguishing the Atomic Hell Series” serves as the key to the future destiny of this now-doomed humankind. It is a case of dwindled religion and diminished faith versus science. It is based on a miraculous prophecy, rather a warning about nuclear hell given by the Quran more than fourteen centuries ago. The prophecy has described the characteristics of the age in which atomism was supposed to appear, as well as of the people who would become the victims of nuclear fire. It has also given the remedial measures and solutions to avoid this nuclear doomsday. The whole nuclear phenomena, with all its characteristic scientific features, is described in its entirety by this prophecy of the Holy Quran. The major focus of
criticism is the philosophy of Francis Bacon who preferred “natural philosophy” over “moral philosophy” for “man’s right of dominion over nature for the material utility”.
Contact:
Mia Tyler
Global Summit House
miatyler@globalsummithouse.com
phone: 347 796 4282
511 Avenue of the Americas Unit #949, New York, NY 10011
Offering #:
16084
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