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

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  • Posted February 21, 2010

    The title is very relevant to the book.

    This book will make you take a deep look of yourself and your purpose in life. It makes you stop and begin to question your real path in life. It is like waking up and opening your eyes and begin to see life differently. Nothing has changed around you, it has always been there, but now you see with a differnt set of eyes. Now you are responsible to decide what is truth. A must for those looking for why we are here spiritualy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2003

    a must read for the true LIGHT oriented seeker

    I don't read that many books during the course of a year, but made the time to read this one cover-to-cover. I am a healer and light-wise worker in the realm of metaphysics. The information presented made perfect sense to me and in fact filled in a few missing gaps. The author should be blessed and thanked for her courage, dedication, and efforts. I would rate this book a must read for the true LIGHT oriented seeker on any metaphysical path towards higher consciousness / closer relationship with SPIRIT. Thanks for reading my review, I send you my LIGHT, LOVE, and BLESSINGS.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2003


    I'd never heard of this author, but the title had grabbed my eye, and her direct, honest style of writing hooked me immediately. This book was the corker for a decades-long spiritual journey, and meshes startlingly well with deliverence, spiritual warfare, and Christian mysticism.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2003


    Grabhorn's strength is that she writes from the heart. And no one's heart remains in the same place that it was with an earlier book. Her honesty is astonishing and her insights sweep you into some other place. If you're looking for a repeat of Excuse Me, this isn't it. In many ways, this book is better because it illustrates that Grabhorn is growing and evolving through her material, that she, too, is an experiment in the making. The ideas she puts forth may not please everyone, but she's obviously here to explore, not to please. Read the book with an open mind and embrace the notion that the world is far stranger than most of us imagine.

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