The Gaia Project: The Earth's Great Changes
According to Hwee-Yong Jang, the world as we know it will undergo a profound transformation. Are you ready?
As part of a grand cosmic plan called the Gaia Project, the earth is already undergoing a purification process—marked by natural disasters, disease, war, and social chaos—that will ultimately end in our planet's ascension to a new dimension. Jang's prophetic proclamation—communicated to him through channeling, dreams, and energy reading—explains countless mysteries about the world, including:
This visionary text reveals how each of us can prepare for the coming "Great Change" and take part in the universal expansion of consciousness. Along with a thorough description of the purpose of the Gaia Project, this field guide to the future includes a question and answer section, recommended reading list, and glossary to provide additional insight into the unprecedented challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
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This is the most compelling book about life that I have ever read. At no time during my read did I believe any of this could not be true. I felt as if he were repeating himself at times, but some things bear repeating. Anyone like me, who cannot put this book down, is on the right track in life. If for some reason that you did not like the book, it could be because you are too closed minded or brainwashed to believe anything that the book has to say. If that is the case, I can only implore you to take a long look at your life, Religion, and ancestors and tell me if you can prove anything that you learned from them, is in fact true. The book is titled with the year 2012, but the Author does state that the Great Change's timeline will never be known, so please do not let that year put you off from believing the validity of this book.
Interesting to read all the negative reviews, as if those who trash the book know for a fact that none of it could possibly be true. If you know the real truth, why aren't you writing books? As for Johnny Martin, I don't think he even read the book because there is no mention of the Mayan calendar, the I-Ching, Nostradamus, or other "tired therories, ideas, myths, new age philosophies" he states this is a rehash of. One only has to look at current events and read world news to see that everything is falling apart more every day. How many hurricanes have struck land more than in the past? How many tornadoes and snowstorms have hit places where there have never been any before? Suddenly there are earthquakes occuring in the U.S. Midwest. How about Japan--earthquake, tsunami, nuclear meltdown all in one fell swoop? Social unrest in London, all across the Middle East, and, yes, how about those 'Occupy Wall Street' people? Does anyone remember 9/11? How many people said something like that would never happen in the U.S.? I think those who diss this book are just afraid that what it reveals might be really be true. For those "this book is crap" reviewers who actually did read all the way to the end, it must have been the comments on close-minded thinking that put you off.