2012 Enlightened

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Trafford Publishing, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 276 pages
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The year 2012 is fast approaching. This is the time that scientists, prophets, and ancient scholars have predicted the world would end. However, this is also the year that is supposed to herald a Great Revealing. The anti-Christ, Illuminati, secret societies, and religious and government corruption will supposedly be exposed, allowing for the spiritual and physical transformation necessary to usher in a new spiritual age of peace and enlightenment. Discover beautiful insights into humanity's ancient journey of spiritual ascent, how the knowledge and wisdom of the past determined history and what lies in store in the years beyond 2012. Topics covered include: * Past civilizations, including the Egyptians, Mayans, and Aztecs * The anti-Christ and other false gurus * Secret societies and symbols * Alien warnings * And much more! Develop a clear understanding of the nature of humanity, where we came from, and where we are going in 2012 Enlightened.

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it seems a little strange that the author has a photo of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, widely recognised as being totally good and helpful,by such diverse people as Mahatma Gandhi and Barack Obama, alongside some very dubious characters who ARE often considered to be false gurus and very dangerous and damaging, But having made this very baseless judgement the writer proceeds to use an enormous amount of information in the last chapters of his book which are taken word for word from the teachings of Shri Mataji. The writer should perhaps decide where HE is going! 


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Brad C. Carrigan, a native of Ottawa, was educated in Winnipeg, Paris and India. He discovered meditation at age nineteen. While in India, he was hugged by a deity in a dream. He awoke from the experience with new spiritual clarity, which he now shares with others.

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