A Stranger from the Past

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Ten Books Publishing, 2010 - Philosophy - 160 pages
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Is spiritual enlightenment possible for civilization? In this fascinating work, author Don Durrett presents a future nearly 300 years from now where the legendary prophecy of A Stranger From the Past is about to come true. This fictional account of the coming age follows the journey of John Randall, a California native who was cryogenically suspended in 1994 and revived in 2272. He awakens to a future where America is on the verge of spiritual rebirth, but at the same time exists under the brutal, totalitarian suppression of the Chinese. The hero finds himself at the heart of a secret underground resistance movement fostered behind the tall walls of notorious Chinese prisons. His resurrection and leadership ignite America's passion for both freedom and spiritual enlightenment. Could America come under the control of outsiders who create a totalitarian state through cruelty, human subjugation and political repression? And how does this "stranger from the past," a New Age author from the late 20th century, possibly come to the rescue? And in what profound ways do Indigo children, with their immense spiritual gifts, help to usher in a new civilization of enlightenment?

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