2150 A. D.

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Sprunk Publications, Jan 7, 2013 - 343 pages
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You travel with Jon, who lives in 1976. When his mind is in the sleep-state, the forces of the future world reach out to him and show him how things can be. Go with him on his perilous adventure--a mind-expanding exodus from the imperfect today into a better tomorrow. Discover the beauty and the emotional demands such a journey can bring. Explore the system of thought and action that can be achieved in the Macro world. This is a novel you can't put down--a philosophy you can begin living with now.
 

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The two widely accepted theories of evolution: Creationism and Darwinism both lack substance when looked at objectively. Leave it up to Dr. Bruce Lipton, a cell biologist to discover a more acceptable theory for evolution. He claims that when a cell evolves into a more complex life form it communes with other cells forming a community of cells. The human body is one example of this – a community of some 50 trillion cells all communicating and functioning together as your body. The next phase of evolution so brilliantly explained in 2150AD is mankind becoming aware that he is but a small part of a larger life form we know as the universe. And just like a community of 50 trillian healthy cells make up a healthy human body. A community of healthy humans living by the macro perspective create a healthy planet, universe, etc. It's a beautiful perspective for the very near future of planet earth. 

Contents

Prologue
7
Lea Nine
11
Was It a Dream?
25
Carol
38
Alpha Mates
45
The Test of Reality
63
Jons Alpha and Rana
70
The Unlimited Self
89
The FiftyFoot Leap
174
Loss
189
The Challenge
223
Micro Island
236
Karma
266
Evolation
287
Epilogue
289
Macro Learning Curve
324

Macro Contact
94
Proof of the Pudding
132
Jons Past Lives
144
Neda
163
Incarnations of characters 1976 2150
330
Key Concepts
337
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Thea Alexander is a counseling psychologist and best-selling author. Her books have changed millions of lives. Thea has counseled, lectured internationally, authored a newspaper column, and hosted a television interview series. Educated as a counselor (Phi Beta Kappa), she invented a new, succinct (two to six hours) technique of assisting people toward achieving their potential, called Personal Evolution Tutoring.

Gary Sprunk has worked as an engineer, programmer and English teacher. He is a co-creator of a spelling reform called NuEnglish.

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