God's Fire is the awesome story of the most human of experiences, the birth and establishment of a great god. The Hebrew Exodus from Egypt is here viewed as a well-led, well-managed expedition, both aided and beset by horrendous natural conditions. Earth was in those days undergoing a devastating encounter with a comet. An abundance of evidence is presented to delineate, and also integrate, the various effects of this long-drawn-out cosmic catastrophe. Emanating from the comet-Earth interaction were multitudius electrical phemena, accepted in principle by modern science, but hitherto incredible as history. On center-stage in this dramatic setting looms the figure of Moses, who is made understandable by the psychiatric method of the Author, but at the same time is grandiose beyond analytic language in his achievements. A score of great inventions are shown to be of Moses, including the electric Ark of the Covenant and, the greatest of them all, Yahweh himself. God's Fire is the literal nature of Yahweh.
Alfred de Grazia was born in 1919 in Chicago. PhD University of Chicago. He fought in six campaigns in WWII. He taught political science at U. of Minnesota, Brown U., Stanford U., and NYU, and as a guest lecturer in many university in the United States and abroad. He published over twenty books in the field of political science. He met Immanuel Velikovsky in 1963 and published The Velikovsky Affair. He created the field of Quantavolution and authored eleven books in the field of catastrophism and ancient history. He created the magazine The American Behavioral Scientist and was a pioneer in computerized information retrieval in the social sciences, creating the Universal Reference System in the 1960s. His 2-million-visitors/y website www.grazian-archive.com is another pioneering effort in the field of personal archives. He also wrote poetry, plays and autobiographical works, as well as a three volume History of the United States: America's History Retold.