Prophecy: A History and How to Guide

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Martin Ettington, Nov 29, 2008 - 108 pages
Have you ever had a dream that came true? Or a vision of something that seemed very real and it later came to pass? If so you may already be sensitive to the future. This book covers the History of Prophecy, famous prophets, popular divination methods, then concepts about how Prophecy may work. The Author has experienced many visions and dreams of the future and uses his experience and insight to help you see yours. You too can learn to see the future, learn to control it, and avoid accidents.

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List of Pictures and Photos
Definitions of Time and Prophecy
h Edgar Cayce
Prophecy in Literature and Media
Modern Approaches and Technological innovations
Some Personal Stories of Seeing the Future
Classifying Predictions
Exercises to Awaken your Prophetic Abilities
Using Prophecy in your life
Appendix A A Basic Meditation Technique

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About the author (2008)

The Author is an Engineer by training and has had multiple careers. These include technical sales for GE and HP. Owning his own software and consulting business. Doing software development as a developer and manager. He also provides IT Project Management expertise to Fortune 500 companies and large Defense Contractors. Martin's interest in the Paranormal and Occult goes back to his childhood. He has had many paranormal experiences and has been a student of Eastern Philosophies and Meditation for 35 years. Seeking Enlightenment; he knows that we are already all Enlightened. We just have to realize this deeply. His books are expressions of his creativity to help others understand what he has internalized through study, experience, and membership in different societies. Not many technical persons or scientists spend a lot of time in parallel studying the Metaphysical and have many spiritual or psychic experiences too. Therefore, Martin believes that he can provide a unique vantage point to integrate Western Scientific thinking with Eastern exploration of the mind and spirit.

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