Beyond Zero Point

  • by Gregg Braden
  • Narrated by Gregg Braden
  • 3 hrs and 0 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

With his best seller Awakening to Zero Point, earth scientist and author Gregg Braden offered a stunning theory: that our planet has now entered a rare geophysical phase predicated millennia ago by ancient cultures across the globe - a "Shift of the Ages", that is transforming your consciousness even as you read this. On Beyond Zero Point, Braden shares new scientific research essential to understanding the prophecies of the Essenes, Hopis, Mayans, Egyptians, and others. Hidden within these ancient teachings, asserts Braden, is a universal set of sacred technologies meant specifically for us at this crucial point in human history. The secret of these tools is learning to see how the outer world mirrors the inner conditions of our consciousness. With this knowledge, each of us can transcend ordinary awareness, align ourselves with the external forces around us, and directly participate in the great challenges that lie ahead.

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I had not heard this information before. My eyes are open now. I want to know more about these things. I wish everyone would listen to this book.
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- Brenda Corneliussen

Why should you READ THIS ??

global changes in genetics, geomagnetics, climate and others, that used to occur trough hundreds of thousands of years (or even millons) are now beying documented happening in one or two of our generations. This is happening even as the media talks about something else.
This book is precise and right to the point. Filled with easy to understand facts (not science fiction) and I assure you it will open your eyes wide and make you whant to investigate a little further. An EXCELLENT starting point, but after this you will spend some time on the net searching and learning more and more since this is a subject you can not ignore. Narrated by the author, he does a very good job at keepeng you focused.
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- Brian

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-17-1999
  • Publisher: Sounds True