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Crossing the Cusp: Surviving the Edgar Cayce Pole Shiftby Marshall Masters
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The Bad News You Expect and the Good News You Need
In July 2008, a two-stage crop circle larger than three soccer fields materialized in England on a farm near Avebury, Wiltshire. Unlike more common symmetrical snowflake formations, this one evidenced a clear and unmistakable message: That in December 2012 we will see the appearance of a celestial harbinger. One that portends a global tribulation in which life as we know it will come to an end.
Fully coherent and free of exceptions, the Avebuy 2008 formation is an urgent warning from distant friends to those who get it and who want to get through it. That is why the first part of this book, The Bad News, presents a series of more than 50 illustrations to decode this message with easy-to-follow, building-block explanations. Intended for the common man, the goal is to empower the reader and this need is great.
This is because those who survive the tribulation will live to bear witness to the single greatest die-back event in the history of our species. A pole shift as predicated by America's sleeping prophet, Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) and it could happen as soon as 2013. When it does, it will be a time of testing that favors the meek over the wealthy and powerful. But not for reasons you might think.
PART 1 - THE BAD NEWS The Big Picture The Last Pole Shift The Trigger Event The Dragon's Tail The Great Winnowing
PART 2 - CROSSING THE CUSP Welcome to Awareness How the Meek Prevail The Enlightenment Transformation
PART 3 - THE GOOD NEWS We Can Do This We Have Friends We Can Reprogram the FutureAlphabetical Index
If you get it and want to get through it, this is the book you've been waiting for.
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