The Ascension Mysteries

The Ascension Mysteries

Revealing the Cosmic Battle Between Good and Evil

Book - 2016
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"New York Times bestselling author David Wilcock has become one of the leading writers exploring ancient mysteries and new science. With his latest book, The Ascension Mysteries, David will take readers on a surprising and enthralling journey through the history of the universe, exploring the great Cosmic Battle surrounding our own Ascension,"--Amazon.com.
Published: New York, New York :, Dutton,, [2016]
ISBN: 9781101984093
9781101984079
1101984074
Branch Call Number: 130 WIL
Characteristics: xiv, 506 pages :,illustrations ;,24 cm

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mike21383023729754
May 29, 2017

Wilcox makes money off the low IQ gullible followers. He is a true Wanker and you really need to be a moron to believe any of his Garbage!

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dirtbag1
May 28, 2017

The first 200 pages of this book describes a brain on drugs. The second half of the book describes living with a brain that once was addled with drugs. On the horseroar-o-meter scale of 1 to 10000, where 1 is 'great' and 10000 is solid horseroar, this is a turgid 8750. Sadly I read the whole book expecting it to 'get better'. It didn't.

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javajon
Feb 23, 2017

Well documented with a useful list of footnotes and index making it easy to further explore areas of interest. My interest is with anomalies found on earth,our moon, and other planets. Wilcock does a good job describing and documenting these anomalies.
Most of this info is found in the latter chapters (16~24). There's a lot of conjecture thrown in with fact throughout the book making it a bit of a chore teasing them out.

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