Matrix of the Gods
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Matrix of the Gods

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The world teeters on the brink of apocalyptic destruction or a new millennium of universal peace and spiritual awakening. The author suggests that both future worlds coexist in their own dimensions, and we choose by our vibratory levels which world we will inhabit.

Rama, a 21st-century Buddha, who is imprisoned in a psychically impenetrable prison in the Swiss Alps, is the...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published September 1st 1994 by Hampton Roads Publishing Company
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Josh
this book doesn't at first seem all too good or important, but like most books in the science fiction genre, it can teach us more about our current world than we care to know. by casting the world in some dystopic future, the author enables us to see what we're becoming, but also offers a new way of looking at things in the hope that his haunting vision will not manifest.
Fred Lunau
Thoroughly enjoyed this book.
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