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Brainwashed From the Cradle to the Grave

Brainwashed From the Cradle to the Grave



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Published by: tathaagat on Nov 24, 2009
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"Ingraham presents a thoughtful and well-researched treatise on the originsof religious thought. He outlines his thread of thought well, and follows theoutline to a considered conclusion. "American Literary Press reviewing staff "The authors arguments against many Christian doctrines and tenets arepresented with clarity and supported through his interpretation of his ownresearch and his own experiences. For these reasons, the work makes aninteresting and powerful statement of faith and conviction. "American Literary Press reviewing staff 
I wrote Brainwashed, From The Cradle To The Grave, "A 21stCentury Spiritual Awakening," to share with you an experience in mylife that not only changed my entire life, but compelled and obligatedme to share the experience and outcome of it with humanity. Themajority of you who read it will be incapable (through no fault of yourown) of encompassing, comprehending, understanding and acknowl-edging the full scope and reality of it, and most importantly, acceptingand modifying your life because of it (if you so chose to) because of how you were raised, what you were taught and what you now believeand accept as truth. The only way that I was able to accept, and moreimportantly deal with what I was learning from this experience andwhat was happening to me because of it, was for me to put aside every-thing that I was taught in all avenues throughout all stages and phasesof my entire life, and to start a complete new learning process usingcommon sense based on facts and reality. Words cannot express whatthat experience was and is like.
I have gone through great pains to explain and detail in every waythe origin and outcome of this experience. It is detrimental that youread the 'Introduction' first because it explains the issues that createdthe experience, set it up and then put it into motion.
Hopefully, you will see (even if you cannot comprehend and/oraccept) what transpired in the experience that caused the transition andtransformation in and of my life, and why I feel compelled (regardlessof the outcome) to share it with you.

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