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Publisher's Summary

The author of the best-selling The Mayan Code presents a newly revised and expanded edition of The Alchemy of Nine Dimensions, with important new insights into the approaching end dates of the Mayan calendar.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2010 Barbara Hand Clow and Gerry Clow (P)2011 Tantor
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1 out of 5 stars
By Timbuktu on 02-10-15

This narrator is all wrong for this audiobook

What would have made The Alchemy of Nine Dimensions better?

There is an amazing amount of information in this book. When it lines up with a Reader's experience, it is even more interesting Unfortunately, the character of the Narrator sounds closer to Attila-the-Hun, rather than that of the graceful teacher that Barbara Hand Clow is during her in-person presentations. I did a search for the Narrator's other works and she sounds the same in each, no matter which genre.

Like a cell warden or a child's the worst grade school teacher in a horror film. Wooh! wish they would change the narrator and let me trade this in. The subject matter is difficult to process, and requires that I replay to make sure I understood. But with this 'bad attitude' from the narrator, I just want to throw the ipod when i couldn't stand hearing it anymore but, still I kept trying until I finished. A great disservice to Barbara Hand Clow's work!

What could Barbara Hand/ Gerry Clow/ Clow have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Interviewed the chosen Narrator or listened to the many samples of that Voice.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Joyce Bean?

not my job to cast narrators

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

There were many. Barbara Hand Clow's work is a 5*

Any additional comments?

Let me know if the narrator is changed someday.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Diana on 02-09-18

Interesting to listen to 5 years after 2012

I listened to this book some months ago, and it was most interesting because it was written pre-2012 and listened to after 2012.

The book led me to seek out the author's website and see what else is going on these days. But things have slowed down there.

When there was a lot of fear or anticipation about 2012, there were a lot of people offering channeled information, books, conferences, and podcast or Youtube interviews. Then, it appeared that nothing happened. At least Materially.

The information in this book is interesting, some of it helps provide ethical directions, broader thoughts, and reflection.

I'd be willing to listen to it again.

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