The Greatest Story Ever Told - A Love Story

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Greatest Love Story of All Time:
Are you interested in knowing the truth about our past? The Greatest Story Ever Told: A Love Story explains the Holy Science, the basis for all religions illustrated allegorically in ancient scriptures, myths and fairy tales. For those searching for answers, this endearing love story supplies wonderful antidotes and examples of how religions were crafted to provide not only hope for those struggling to understand their purpose, but also why they were needed in the first place. It bestows many truths and allegorical examples, and offers understanding to those ready to follow their path to enlightenment.
Princess Miriam bat Helios is an Aaronite priestess, a tremendously gifted scholar who has studied at the famed community of Therapeutae and Qumran. A kind and loving pacifist, she wants nothing more than to help those in need in the troubled times within Galilee. She is kept from this quest by her overprotective family, who wants instead for her to marry grandly. To get her own way, Miriam ventures out disguised as a scholarly young waif named Meri.
Yosef of Arimathea is the Crown Prince of Ireland, and a Davidian Prince. He is protected by a sharp-witted zealot, who in his infinite wisdom to keep Yosef safe, often has him masquerading as a lowly carpenter in search of work. They initially meet while both are in disguise, but when they are introduced properly he presumes her to be spoiled and petulant, and she thinks him arrogant and rude. The intense chemistry between Yosef and Miriam–both as herself and the waif Meri–is hindered by her long standing engagement to Joseph ben Matthan, and the fact that she can't seem to control her hostility towards him.
In a deliberate effort to humble Yosef's pride, Meri sets out to enlighten him on a number of topics, including the allegorical secrets of the Holy Science which religion seems to have kept hidden throughout time. Her expertise in philosophy, theology and science of the stars is illuminating, and Yosef finds himself alarmingly
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