Atlantis Rising: The Struggle of Darkness and Light

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North Atlantic Books, May 18, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 272 pages
The second book in the Sirian Revelations Trilogy explores the wisdom ancient Atlantis can offer contemporary seekers.

The lost continent of Atlantis has existed in the collective consciousness of humankind for eons—contemplated as early as 355 BC by Plato and echoing in the modern mind. In this controversial book, author Patricia Cori provides compelling, often startling insights into this lost culture and the lessons it holds for us as both a high civilization and a metaphor for our current world situation, earth changes, growing extraterrestrial phenomena, and government conspiracy theories. Only by embracing and recognizing what Atlantis can teach us, says Cori, can we expect to heal and uplift our own increasingly threatened civilization.
 

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This channelled book transmitted from the "Speakers of the Sirian High Council" and beamed to Cori from the sixth dimension contains a message absolutely essential to our "future" (although everything ... Read full review

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Contents

The First Transmissions
1
Atlantis Rises
9
History Untold
23
Nebiru The Lone Ship
33
The Yzhnüni
59
The Skull Committee
77
Thought Waves and the Collective Mind
93
HAARP and Earths Auric Field
111
Tesla Alchemist of Atlán
131
Ra
147
Appendix
209
Glossary of Terms
219
About the Channel
229
Acknowledgments
235
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Patricia Cori is a highly regarded clairvoyant/channel and the founder of the LightWorks Association, a spiritual center and New Age library in Rome. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Patricia Cori moved to Italy in 1983 and, although she travels the world year round, she resides in Rome.

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