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The Great Waves of Change: Navigating the Difficult Times Ahead
In The Great Waves of Change, Marshall Vian Summers explains the steps you can take to navigate our increasingly turbulent and uncertain times. In the face of such uncertainty, Summers presents a revolutionary new way of knowing a unique process that can be applied by people everywhere. By understanding the Great Waves and by connecting to a deeper authority within, you ...more
Paperback, 233 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by New Knowledge Library
(first published September 15th 2009)
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The hardest book I've ever read, and I waded somehow through Moby Dick (and liked it). The most essential? Almost: this book is part of a larger body of work and must be taken in context. 10 years is about long enough to digest what is being offered, and I am so grateful for it.
A must read for our times: You are entering a much more sophisticated and powerful environment in the Greater Community where outright war is rare, but where deception and the attempt to control are immense. You do not yet have wisdom, for you have not had to adapt to this greater environment. But wisdom from the Greater Community is being provided to you in the New Message. And you have allies in the Universe who have sent their warnings, their perspective and their information to help you to ...more
The Great Waves of Change is more than just a good read, it is a valuable resource. Now more than ever this book is needed by the increasing numbers of awakened individuals searching for not only spiritual meaning but practical wisdom while facing realities that have been denied and unthinkable for so long. We have crossed a threshold with our habitat and it is deteriorating. We have done the same with our environment. Now, poised dangerously at the edge of a climatic tipping point into ...more
Don't believe the reviews found here or on Amazon... This book is a waste of time if you're interested in learning about climate change or disaster preparation. A few good messages hidden amongst 250 pages of rambling, pseudoscientific, overtly religious, alien-conspiracy spouting, jargon.