Absolute Relativity

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iUniverse, Aug 20, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 100 pages
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In Absolute Relativity author Robert Tretola ventures into a new world in which we control everything that exists. The ideas in this essay are drawn from the works of George Green and his books, including Becoming, The New Paradigm, and Enhancing the Rainbow, and from Tretola’s own education and extensive practical experience. He encourages us to learn the truth about ourselves and the universe in which we live—a truth that has been kept from humanity for thousands, if not millions, of years.

He explains that the true nature of humanity is that we are divine beings, but that we have been controlled and manipulated into believing our own inferiority in order to serve the elites who control the wealth and destiny of mankind. Absolute Relativity offers a metaphysical, scientific explanation of how we can challenge ourselves to help humanity by creating a new world and becoming new, more attuned human beings. In this way, we can create and live in a world where love and compassion supersedes all else and where humans have the power of creativity to manifest this newfound sentiment.

In Absolute Relativity, Tretola challenges us to overcome our fears and to become the divine entities that we have been for all eternity but have forgotten from generations of physical and spiritual suppression.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER II
7
CHAPTER III
15
CHAPTER IV
23
CHAPTER V
35
CHAPTER VI
43
CHAPTER VII
49
CHAPTER VIII
53
CHAPTER IX
59
CHAPTER X
67
CHAPTER XI
73
CHAPTER XII
85
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