Set in Rome in , the story follows Sarah Adamson, a beautiful young Catholic graduate student from Boston studying at the Vatican Library for her thesis on the first Christian heretic, Marcion of Pontus. She is being courted by two utterly different men: Simon Appel, a descendant of the kabbalist Isaac Luria, who covers Vatican affairs for the New York Times, and Armando Pierleoni, the heir to an ancient Italian aristocratic family with strong ties to the Vatican. After a terrible encounter with the dark side at a castle in Tuscany, Sarah is given a ring set with a ruby crystal, a powerful stone that was once the third eye of an ancient Buddha statue in Nepal. She remembers her past life as the Sibyl of Cumae, a Roman oracle whose powers are now being channeled by the Vatican to maintain world control.
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Barbara Hand Clow is a noted astrologer, shaman, and teacher, a tireless researcher, and the author of a number of important and best-selling books including "Pleiadian Agenda" and "Chiron: Rainbow Bridge Between the Inner and Outer Planets.
The pervasive fear of an impending catastrophe is the motivating force, in Ms. But whence this anxiety? Why now, and indeed at periodic intervals over the course of recorded history, have we feared a coming catastrophe, a tragedy of such proportions as to snuff out the Earth and all that lives on it? In this monumental work, Ms.
Clow examines legendary cataclysms and delineates how - contrary to prevailing prophecies of dark and deadly times to come - we are truly on the cusp of an era of incredible creative and spiritual growth.
The very recent discovery of the remains of ancient villages buried beneath the Black Sea is but the latest in the accumulation of mounting evidence that many of the "mythic" catastrophes of history - the fall of Atlantis, the Biblical flood - were historic events.
We are, in her view, "a wounded species," and the unprocessed, until-now indescribable fear passed from generation to generation is responsible for the constant and widespread expectation of a world-ending apocalypse, seen in such instances as the Y2K event to the much-reported end of the Mayan calendar in But Ms. It is the work of an informed, reasonable and persuasive optimist. The reader is advised, for a taste of the foregoing and as a preface to "Catastrophobia," to consult the article by G.
It will appeal also to the astrologer and the eschatologist, as well as the scientist willing to approach Ms. But this book is just not resonating with me. I thought it was going to be great. I resonate with the premise. However, at one point she started bashing a bunch of people, like Edgar Cayce. He was friends with the peops of the Cayce group and yes, Wilcock confirmed that Cayce had personal problems and perhaps there was a trickster entity messing with Cayce because of lack of personal integrity So, I just sorta got a little turned off about how this book was written It was almost like she was talking things too seriously all while telling us to not take things too seriously.
Oct 17, Jen Lighty rated it really liked it This book just made so much sense to me. Hand Clow is very grounded while also being way out there. Her thesis, that we are currently suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome as a species due to prior catastrophic earth changes is fascinating and true to me.
Oct 06, Sky Bray rated it it was ok Loved the premise. And am a full believer in the world catastrophe theory. But this book wavered between fact and conjecture.
Lost me half way through.
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Barbara Hand Clow is a noted astrologer, shaman, and teacher, a tireless researcher, and the author of a number of important and best-selling books including "Pleiadian Agenda" and "Chiron: Rainbow Bridge Between the Inner and Outer Planets. The pervasive fear of an impending catastrophe is the motivating force, in Ms. But whence this anxiety? Why now, and indeed at periodic intervals over the course of recorded history, have we feared a coming catastrophe, a tragedy of such proportions as to snuff out the Earth and all that lives on it?
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Zulkitilar Regarding the ancient wisdom, a destruction begun on our planet about years ago, going from BC up through AD, we start seeing for instance the destruction of the Alexandrian library. I do have some methods and techniques how to handle the new level of awareness that is here right now. Make sure you read with your Heart Picknett and Prince did a great job of showing how the New Age is attempting to set itself up as a new world religion. We are a wounded species, and this unprocessed fear, passed from generation to generation, is responsible for our constant expectations of apocalypse, from Y2K to the famed end of the Mayan calendar in What he did was he went way back into early Greek legend and he got into a great shift in our species that occurred about years ago.