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Dear God, What's Happening to Us?: Halting Eons of Manipulation

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2004

    Withhold judgement until you repeat the 6 paragraphs

    It seems like little trouble to spend 5 minutes, saying short paragraphs, which is all Lynn Grabhorn is asking you to do in order to chase away dark influences. I have actually known someone who had this exact same physical problem, was motionless for two whole years, could barely move. He spent thousands of dollars on doctors to try to figure out whether he had a brain tumor or not, which he did not have. They could not find a disease or a cure. He had a brilliant mind and was physically nearly perfect, so it follows that he would have been a target. He had also worked with a channeler a few times, which may have opened him up to be picked on by the dark forces. Apart from this personal observation of someone I actually know, Lynn Grabhorn's theories make sense, looking at the world, terrorism, unnecessary wars, the media, prison abuse. Our civilization has obviously been in decline for some time, and these are merely some of the effects. Unlike the other reviewers, I am not very familiar with these apparently well-known theories; therefore, so as not to be completely gullible, I withhold judgment about the contracts made and broken in the upper vibrations of the universe; although it sounds a lot like what happens in real life, which may very well mirror what goes on at top management levels. Secondly, I will not give it five stars because I think the language style is inappropriate for the grave subject matter; she makes no attempt to prove, or reference other books where even similar or more detailed scientific explanations could be given, these outrageous theories. I suspended disbelief when I spoke the 'cures' out loud, as in other well-documented thought systems like Science of Mind, you have to believe what you are saying in order for it to come to pass. She makes no mention of having to believe it, or even repeat it more than once, which also makes me hesitate. I have done what she asked and will wait to see what results. I see on her website that she has recently died. Apparently these phrases only kept her alive for 2-3 years. That is also something to consider, though if her body was so damaged from six years of abuse, perhaps plausible. I do hope that many people read this book and say these words, because I agree that most people are unhappy and unfulfilled. I wish her the best in her quest to achieve the changing of the guard in the best possible way.

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