Back from the Unseen
An existential novel that knocks on the gates of the unseen, and penetrates the barriers to the kingdom of the world.
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"Disclaimer - 1"
The near-death experience described in this novel, scientifically known as NDE is adapted from the story of a Russian girl named Lisa, a true story that became famous in the 1970s. Medical records in many hospitals around the world have confirmed the recurrence of this phenomenon, which is seen by the living dead, returning to life, to bewilder doctors, psychologists and spiritual behavior scientists, and to be accepted and supported by philosophers and clergymen.
"Disclaimer - 2"
The author of the baleful theory mentioned in the novel is not meant to be the well-known biologist Charles Darwin, but rather a distorted version of his character invented by people of whims and atheists. They insisted that Darwin said that the origin of man is a monkey and that we were created from nothing. While Darwin did not mention any of that in his books, Darwin is a revered scientist and completely innocent of what they said, and we appreciate him for his scientific additions in biology.
This novel deals with that distorted character that some misguided and deceptive people wanted us to believe what they said about Darwin and to build on our culture and beliefs around it.