The Sword Of Moses

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The actual process of the ascent into heaven is described in a number of different ways. 45 Some climb ladders or stairways into heaven (based on Jacob's vision at Beth-el near Beer-sheba of a ladder or stairway into heaven�Genesis 28:10-22). When someone yanked it back down to Earth by entering the room without warning, he died. Without words, the Tao can be experienced, and without a name, it can be known.” (Lao Tsu, 1984).

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