Книга: Wanderer: The first book of the Beirut Quartet: A Return of Ancient Voices | Paul Crawford | ISBN: 1432789627 - BazarKnig.ru
Книга: Wanderer: The first book of the Beirut Quartet: A Return of Ancient Voices | Paul Crawford | ISBN: 1432789627 - BazarKnig.ru

Wanderer: The first book of the Beirut Quartet: A Return of Ancient Voices

Автор: Paul Crawford
ISBN: 1432789627
Год издания: 2012
Количество страниц: 144
 
О произведении:
Celebrating the Return of Ancient Voices: "Forget not that I shall come back to you. A little while, and my longing shall gather dust and foam for another body. A little while, a moment of rest upon the wind, and another woman shall bear me." So wrote the Lebanese poet Kahlil Gibran (1883-1931) in his masterpiece The Prophet, a book in continuous print since 1923, read and loved by millions in 20-plus languages. Wanderer, the first book of The Beirut Quartet, sets forth the proposition that Gibran was good at his word: he did return, in the person of Paul Crawford. Born in California in 1947, a world traveler and educator, Crawford was prone to out-of-body experiences and past life recall from early age. During the tumultuous 60s, circumstance led him to Europe, then on to the Middle East where, as a student at the American University of Beirut, events and intimations suggested a reincarnational link with the Lebanese poet. Wanderer traces his journey. Celebrating the Fall of the Old World Order: Motivated by the OCCUPY MOVEMENT and by the long-awaited breakdown of the Old World Order, Crawford examines a New World Unity and what it will take to get there, including: * Cleansing and healing of orthodox wisdom * Recognizing complicity in fraud * A 12-Step Program for Dogma Addiction * Combating predatory capitalism * Breaking the spell of continuous war * Disclosing the truth of the ET presence * Understanding human DNA mutation * Negotiating our galactic future * Implications here and beyond



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