posted on Mar, 24 2004 @ 01:40 PM
I received a book in the mail today and was a more than a little disturbed. What disturbs me is not the content of the book but rather why it was sent
to me, as opposed to say someone who asked for the book.
The book is titled "Let My People Go!: The Struggle of the American Jew to Come Home to Israel", the author is Tom Hess.
From glancing at it quickly, it has a bunch of prophecies tied into passages from the Bible and Tanach. And how to help Jews in America how to best
worship God and return to Israel. All the while discussing strategies to stugge against increasing anti-semitism.
The book is from:
Progressive Vision International
1624 S. Clementine St.
Anaheim, CA 92802
I've never heard of Progressive Vision International before. I'm not Jewish, I was raised a Christian but have not followed any religion for a
number of years. I don't subscribe to any other publications or magazines and purposely removed my name from junk mail lists. Although I still do get
about 2 pieces of junk mail each week.
What I can't figure out is if its just a random thing? Is it just junk mail? Or is there something larger at work?
I did look up their website and found the following: www.progressivevision.org...
Although it seems be more of Christian based organization. There's really not a whole lot of information on there either. I'm at a loss here, as to
how or why they would send this information to me. Any thoughts or insights would be appreciated.