Bringers of the Dawn

  • by Barbara Marciniak
  • Narrated by Barbara Marciniak
  • 2 hrs and 42 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Pleiadians, a group of enlightened beings who have come to Earth to guide us to a new stage of evolution, offer new insights into human existence. Culled from over 400 hours of channeling by noted trance medium Barbara Marciniak, the Pleiadians advise humans to free themselves from the mass media, work cooperatively, and eliminate the words "try" and "should" from their vocabularies.


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interesting, but a bit spacey

This "channeling" book is my first experience in such a kind of material. While the main message is interesting, and it touches many relevant points about mankind, the emotional stages of the human, and inner development, sometimes it rather misses the target, especially with the "scientific" explanations given. A mixing of DNA with the chakras is still unpalatable for me (well I'm a molecular biologist), and the idea of a 12-stranded DNA chain, while interesting, is mashed up with electromagnetic vibrations and energy descriptions that sound badly cooked up, I would have expected these aliens to be more thorough on their science, or more cautious on their use of it. I would have not minded if this were presented as an analogy, but some depictions of our DNA are just ludicrous. Still I enjoyed the book, and it touched some interesting points worth being meditated upon.
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- Ruy

Does not reflect the book in hard copy!

If you could sum up Bringers of the Dawn in three words, what would they be?


What could Barbara Marciniak have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Love what Barbara Marciniak channels and her voice is deeply penetrating into my heart. However, it was very surprising to discover that the Audio book does not reflect the hard copy, it's just a part of it! I would love to have the whole book!

Which scene was your favorite?

This book is MAGIC, I an reading it in hard copy for 5th time, and listened to it about 15 times, and every time there is something else I didn't hear or got.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Many times, it made me laugh, cry and be a awe, as to how deep it penetrates to my heart

Any additional comments?

PLEASE! We need the full content in audio! With Barbara's voice!

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- Irina Abhi Perak "AKA KosherGoddess"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-15-1999
  • Publisher: Phoenix Books