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Random Moments Prove the Existence of Divine Truth

Divine Principles is Ken Ungerecht’s thorough provocation of proving the errors of logic in its disregard of Divine Truth by using the very methods of science and mathematics to catalog real events from random moments.


Ken Ungerecht believes there is more to the universe than what humans can see and accept with their convictive attitudes. In a manner which equals blind faith, he leaps into reasons with eyes wide open. This is the difference he is set to substantiate in this book – that actual faith in something as mysterious as spirit does not have to be sightless.
From one place to the next, the series of events captured in the book are the kinds that would not have been believed if they weren’t true. Yet, they are. They are as real as the divine wonders that happen. Near-death experiences do not sound convincing, but they must be accepted the very moment they occur. Science knows that someone who has been confirmed dead will never be brought back to life, and yet some returned with a tale or two to reveal. As magical as that may seem, the accounts are vast and varied. Traversing beyond seas and islands from a time when there was still no way to make contact, the recollections are shockingly related and parallel.
“Divine Principles” is a validation of what was once thought as fantasy by the most pragmatic intellects. It is in essence a subtle but a sharp reprimand for individuals to open their minds and to see beyond what they are trained to believe. Are humans capable of accepting this truth or will they succumb to their safe ignorance?
Get yourself a dose of this revelation and see for yourself whether you have seen or not, whether you believe or cannot, and with your very own book of “Divine Principles,” you just might find yourself in the safer side of knowledge.
“Divine Principles”
Written by Ken Ungerecht
Published by Your Online Publicist
Publish Date: May 2019
Paperback: $9.95
Ebook: $3.99
About the Author:
Ken Ungerecht spent thirty years of his life as an engineer in the field of electronic communications in Baltimore, Maryland. Along the way he discovered his true passion was an effort to combine his love for science with that of developing a better understanding of the true nature of the human spirit.

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