Tranceformers: Shamans of the 21st Century

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Reality Press, 2009 - 216 pages
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Tranceformers: Shamans of the 21st Century is the true story of this author's contact with a "dead" optics physicist colleague and the telepathic communication that sent him searching for scientific answrs to his spiritual questions. Harper draws from this deep well of wisdom: astrology, biology, near-death experiences, paranormal psycholgy, quantum physics as well as Egyptian and Mayan cosmology overall. He does an excellent job of synthesizing massive amounts of information, making this shift of the ages comprehensible to the general reader. Clearly this is a necessary primer to understand the coming apocalypse of biblical proportions in consciousness, climate, culture, and civilization. However, the theme of this book is that by learning to use trance- the techniques employed by mystics, prophets, and shamans- one can unlock the mysteries of existence for themselves. Indeed this is the big idea behind the Eternal Return of the Sun of God in 2012: Self-Empowerment.
 

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John Jay Harper was a visionary futurist whose spiritual approach to earth changes, after life experience with his best friend who passed away early and unexpectedly then appeared to him one night - provides for an amazing back drop to his theme. A great cerebral reading for any seeker who is interested in the multitude of questions about earth changes, astrology, cosmology, near death experiences and being a mystic or shaman in our times. Love You and miss You John, keep smiling down to us from above. Thanks for sharing your love and wisdom with humanity! William Gaspar  

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Acknowledgements
Introduction 23
Prologue
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Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Epilogue
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