The Home of Greater Ancestors World Museum
As awareness grows of our plans for the Greater Ancestors World Museum, we have found a home, in Downtown Jacksonville. We have worked diligently with Downtown Vision in hopes of securing a 2,000-square-foot space in a high traffic area by Fall of 2012. Well its the Spring of 2013 and thanks to Bob Retherford we now have some space. The Cultural Council and Off the Grid is under new management and now we have progress.
Greater Ancestors World Museum
121 West Forsyth St.
Jacksonville, FL. 32202
Come see us! See the evidence!
If you would like to help Greater Ancestors, please contact Chris Lesley at email@example.com.
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would like to open discussion about how much people know regarding the days just after the great deluge which left Noah and his family to replenish the earth, especially concerning the ancient Hitler of those days, “Nimrod” who was quite possibly a Nephelim(angel/human offspring). Post some Q&A and I’ll be glad to respond with historical facts about the topic for fun and edification!
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Was looking to visit today. Would like your hrs of operation and pricing. Looking for a phone # to call.
Thank you for visiting the GAWM Museum. Coming from Texas, I have driven that before, and I know how tiring that can be. You have a wonderful family and I am glad that you enjoyed the Museum. Many blessings and prayers for you and your family.
~Chris L Lesley