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Posted on , by luongquocchinh. With these words the mystic, St. Francis, described what ancient traditions believed was the most powerful force in the universethe power of prayer. For more than 20 years, Gregg Braden, the best-selling author of The God Code, has searched for evidence of a forgotten form of prayer that was lost to the West following the Biblical edits of the early Christian Church. In the s, he found and documented this form of prayer still being used in the remote monasteries of central Tibet. He also found it practiced in sacred rites throughout the high deserts of the American Southwest.
The island rises from the floor of the lake to 12, feet above sea level and covers an area measuring 3-miles long and 1-mile wide.
There are about 2, people living in the community that is governed as 6-geographic sectors that determine everything from land ownership to crop rotation and ultimately influence dating and marriage practices.
The inhabitants lead meditative, yet productive lives based upon terraced farming and the weaving of unique textiles. Legend states that the inhabitants of this island maintain a close relationship to a greater family in the cosmos—one that continues to influence their traditions of longevity and healing.
And because the world is changing, it makes perfect sense that the way we live and the way we think must change as well. I am suggesting that the principles of natural healing and localized community— localized sources of food, localized economies and the sharing of local resources, are the key to sustaining us today.
As we allow ourselves to recognize the wisdom of our past as a global resource of time-tested knowledge, something wonderful awaits us all—we discover that we have the power to thrive in the chaos of a changing world.
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This is the case of quoting the Russian archaeologist A. Let's be crazy and reckless, and let's believe in it: what that matters for this book about God and genetics? Quotation is not needed "s science confirms the ancient models, revealing that the alchemical elements of Fire, Air and Water actually represent three of the most abundant elements of our bodies: hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen, respectively" p.
Through pages this derivation is developed without any quotation nor references. The first of these pairs air-nitrogen is demonstrated with this sentence: "is it possible that [the ancient alchemist:] were saying to us, in the language of their day, that nitrogen was the substance they were referencing?
For the purpose of this discussion, we will assume this is the case" p.
This assumption is the basis of the rest of the book, with any further proof or reference. Not to mention that we don't know which time was the Moses' time, there are no solid theories about how Moses spoke Hebrew We are not paying attention now to the very peculiar way to notate the pronounce. But quotation is needed for referencing unrelated things. Undoubtedly for whom?
Apparently for the prestigious historian of religions Karen Armstrong, quoted in the next sentence of this paragraph. What if Armstrong quote doesn't support that?
Who cares? When some known scientists are quoted by Braden, the quotation doesn't support what Braden wants to. The names of Carl Sagan p.
Maths are presented to support us Yes, this is true. There is the same probability for four Hebraic letters will be chosen for forming a word. It's the same probability of 'corn' or 'blow' in English actually, this is even more difficult because there are more letters in English language than in the Hebraic alphabet , and we don't consider corn a miracle or something exceptional.