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David H. Turner
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In Return to Eden David Turner takes the theoretical insights of Life Before Genesis (Peter Lang, 1985/7) and returns with them to the Aboriginal people of Amagalyuagba - Bickerton Island - in northern Australia

In Return to Eden David Turner takes the theoretical insights of Life Before Genesis (Peter Lang, 1985/7) and returns with them to the Aboriginal people of Amagalyuagba - Bickerton Island - in northern Australia. What he finds is not only that his theoretical speculations are confirmed but also that these Aboriginal people are on the same theoretical wavelength as himself. Indeed, some are well in advance of him. Turner recounts his experience in narrative style in the form of a journey back to Amagalyuagba from Canada, proceeding from his last visit there in 1974.

Toronto Studies in Religion. In Return to Eden David Turner takes the theoretical insights of Life Before Genesis (Peter Lang, 1985/7) and returns with them to the Aboriginal people of Amagalyuagba - Bickerton Island - in northern Australia

Toronto Studies in Religion. In Return to Eden David Turner takes the theoretical insights of Life Before Genesis (Peter Lang, 1985/7) and returns with them to the Aboriginal people of Amagalyuagba - Bickerton Island - in northern Australia. What he finds is not only that his theoretical speculations are confirmed but also that these Aboriginal people are on the same theoretical wavelength as himself

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Toronto studies in religion ; v. 21. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -295). Uniform Title: Toronto studies in religion ; v. 8756-7385. Rubrics: Aboriginal Australians Religion. ISBN: 1558994610 Publication & Distribution: Warrendale, P. .

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Return to Eden: A Journey Through the Promised Landscape of Amagalyuagba, by David H. Toronto Studies in Religion. Vol. 9. New York: Peter Lang, 1989, 299. ISBN 0-8204-11183. Publication Date: 01 Jan 1989. Catholic Cults and Devotions: A Psychological Inquiry, by Michael P. Carroll. Charlottesville and London: University Press of Virginia, 1996.

In Return to Eden David Turner takes the theoretical insights of Life Before Genesis (Peter Lang, 1985/7) and returns with them to the Aboriginal people of Amagalyuagba - Bickerton Island - in northern Australia. What he finds is not only that his theoretical speculations are confirmed but also that these Aboriginal people are on the same theoretical wavelength as himself. Indeed, some are well in advance of him. Turner recounts his experience in narrative style in the form of a journey back to Amagalyuagba from Canada, proceeding from his last visit there in 1974. His first period of research had been in 1969. His Findings illuminate the meaning of the Secret of the Tree of Life in the Book of Genesis.