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Of the most powerful books to penetrate the veil of secrecy surrounding the rituals and doctrines of the Mormon Church reveals the inner workings and beliefs of Mormonism Through personal interviews and well documented evidence you’ll discover the true nature of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints and its hidden worldwide agenda Longueur pages Word The Godmakers Frank Herbert Scott Brick Blackstone Passer au contenu principalfr Bonjour Identifiez vous The God Makers YouTube Landmark documentary which exposes Mormonism as a pseudo Christian religion with pagan roots Reveals heart breakin The Godmakers novel Wikipedia The Godmakers is a science fiction novel b. I have to admit not reading this for a long timeBut I distinctly remember this book blowing my mind when I was younger Herbert just sets up some of the most memorable and thought provoking scenarios in sci fiHe s also great at getting inside the human mind I just can t get enough of his stories like this one

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Y Frank Herbert The title of early editions was sometimes styled The God Makers Summary It explores the concepts of war and peace good government and religious belief It can be seen as a bridging novel between the all human Dune universe and the ConSentiency universe series The God Makers A Shocking Expose of What the The God Makers one of the most powerful books to penetrate the veil of secrecy surrounding the rituals and doctrines of the Mormon Church reveals the inner workings and beliefs of Mormonism Through personal interviews and well documented evidence you’ll discover the true nature of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints and its hidden worldwide agen. Originally posted at Fantasy Literature Herbert s The Godmakers is a novelized collection of four connected stories that first appeared in the pulp magazines between May 1958 and February 1960 You Take the High Road Astounding Science Fiction May 1958 Missing link Astounding Science Fiction February 1959 Operation Haystack Astounding Science Fiction 1959 The Priests of Psi Fantastic Science Fiction Stories February 1960The story takes place in a far future after humanity has spread to many habitable planets However a war has devastated communication between the planets and humans have lost contact with an unknown number of them An intergalactic governmental agency called Rediscovery Reeducation RR finds these planets and tries to bring them back into the fold reeducating as necessary to ensure that they re peaceful If the found planet seems warlike an agency called Investigative Adjustment I A is brought in to assess the situation and decide how to deal with them Destroying an aggressive planet is an option The goal is to avoid another intergalactic warAt the beginning of The Godmakers we meet Lewis Orne a new agent for Rediscovery Reeducation On Orne s first mission he visits a planet that seems on the surface to be a peaceful agrarian society which wouldn t at all be threatening But Orne pushes the panic button and explains to his baffled superior at I A how he intuits that the inhabitants are actually uite dangerous Because of his sharp observations and keen logic he s uickly promoted to an I A jobAs a new I A operative Lewis Orne visits another planet where the inhabitants are thought to have stolen a spaceship Nobody can find it but again using his superior critical thinking skills Orne solves the mystery Then he gets injured and all hope seems lost his injuries will kill him To everyone s surprise he lives It turns out that Orne has godlike powers and in fact he learns that he was made by humans who were experimenting with creating godsAt this point The Godmakers is no longer an interesting story of the exploits and adventures of a clever I A agent partly because we know Orne s powers are supernatural but mostly because Herbert s story now becomes a dull rambling philosophical treatise about religion the purpose of gods ethics war consciousness chaos and energy Still Dune fans will likely be interested to notice the development of some of the themes Herbert addresses in his master work including a race of domineering women who want to control the government by attaching themselves to important men and even running a secret breeding programAward winner Scott Brick narrates Blackstone Audio s 7 hour audio version of The Godmakers Anyone who reads classic SF on audio will be familiar with Brick s voice his perfect pacing and his intuitive understanding of the characters

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The God Makers Wikipedia fr The God Makers Herbert Frank Livres Not Retrouvez The God Makers et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion The God Makers IMDb The God Makers min | Documentary | December USA Two former Mormons seek to file a class action lawsuit against The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints detailing for skeptical attorneys the history doctrines and secret rituals of the Mormon religion The Godmakers YouTube The GodMakers Man can become God Duration seconds views; years ago; The GodMakers Introduction to Mormonism Duration minutes seconds views; years ago The God Makers A Shocking Expose of What the Mormon The God Makers one. Neo and The Oracle meet to discuss Frank Herbert s 1972 novel The GodmakersNeo Thank you for meeting with me Do you like Frank HerbertOracle Impatient aren t we Here I brought you some cookies I liked Dune and a couple of his other novels but what do you think about this oneNeo I like that it s a science fiction novel that includes elements of religionOracle Religion Hmmm you sure about thatNeo Well the protagonist investigates theology on other planets and sees how religion can be manufactured learns how races can be manipulated into worship He also undergoes a transformation where he becomes a godOracle A god or The GodNeo I thought it meant he was a god like there could be othersOracle But didn t Herbert also suggest that the hero could also be a part of The God that they were all connectedNeo Maybe it was difficult to understandOracle Religion always is and belief itself takes a leap of faith Of course this was something of a mashup of four short stories he wrote before Dune so do you think his publishers coaxed him to put all this together to bank on his Dune successNeo That seems cynical Is this not a story in it s own rightOracle Cynicism is an expression of understanding Herbert certainly had some good ideas and put them together wellNeo I noticed this had a similar style the same kind of structure as DuneOracle I think you ll find many of his books have that same style OK I m being told I need to go I think you ll have some visitors shortly Think about gods and religion and GodNeo I will


10 thoughts on “The Godmakers

  1. says:

    Neo and The Oracle meet to discuss Frank Herbert’s 1972 novel The GodmakersNeo Thank you for meeting with me Do you like Frank Herbert?Oracle Impatient aren’t we? Here I brought you some cookies I liked Dune and a couple of his other novels but what do you think about this one?Neo I like that it’s a scienc

  2. says:

    This book may be the ultimate secret agent novelIt could also be the most insanely ambitious work of anthropologic

  3. says:

    The Godmakers is an ambitious thought provoking bold and well written novel The opening chapter might seem a bit confusing if you aren't familiar with Herbert's style of writing but once the story continues it takes you right into the

  4. says:

    Sadly it's another book I didn't like too much I picked up this 1972 copy of this out of print book because I'd never read anything by Herbert except the first 5 'Dune' books and thought I'd check out a non related work Unfortunately this book has none of the complexity or depth of 'Dune''The Godmakers' gives us Lewis Orne an age

  5. says:

    I loved this book I've loved lots of Herbert's work particularly Dune This however is a lot shorter and might be tried by someone in

  6. says:

    I have to admit not reading this for a long timeBut I distinctly remember this book blowing my mind when I was younger Herbert just sets up some of the most memorable and thought provoking scenarios in sci fiHe's also great at getting inside t

  7. says:

    I first read this book by accident and after having read Dune My brother gave me a crate of used sci fi haphazardly bought as a birthday present The Godmakers was just the first book I pulled from the boxAll in all it's worth reading an enjoyable book It's got the obvious Herbert watermarks; internal monologues are often layered to the point of being nearly disjointed but neatly evoke a sense of higher order intellectual

  8. says:

    Originally posted at Fantasy Literature Herbert’s The Godmakers is a novelized collection of four connected stories that first appeared in the pulp magazines between May 1958 and February 1960 “You Take the High Road” Astounding Science Fiction May 1958 “Missing link” Astounding Science Fiction February 1959 “Operation

  9. says:

    For a book that is almost sixty years old this is still a good read despite its flaws It’s an expansion of four stories published between 1958 and 1960 so it lacks Herbert's usual polish world building and complexity Nonetheless it is a thought provoking novel that asks the uestion “If you were to create a god what would that g

  10. says:

    Mindnumbingly boring poorly written sexist and featuring characters that are either too flat or too unsympathetic to be enjoyed I can't believe this novel was written by the same author whose Dune series I love so much I have read the original four stories this novel has been expanded from and while I kind of hat