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Deep Truth: Igniting the Memory of Our Origin, History, Destiny, and Fate

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  • Posted March 19, 2012

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    This is a book that analyses past conclusions from science and



    This is a book that analyses past conclusions from science and debunks several that we thought were truthful.
    The author takes on several subjects such as global warming, chromosomes/DNA among a few.
    The author concentrates on several false assumptions which has caused our science to be incomplete. He also brings up valid points of how he comes to his conclusions.

    He illuminates each false hood to the reader where one can understand how we have been given so much invalid information yet the mistruth is still being taught and believed.

    The author feels that dismantling the falsehoods so the truth can be received is the bases of the survival of our civilization.

    This is a well written book and the author tackles a lot of subjects. There were some areas although I believe differently caused me to understand another view and I felt his arguments valid and it broadened my perspective.

    Someone who loves science is going to embrace this book and want to pass it on to others. I whole heatedly agree with the author that getting rid of misconceptions and focusing on the truth from a valid science conclusion is a path we need to take for the survival of our species.

    I do not enjoy reading books from a science view point so found this book dry and slow to read. I do know however that those I know who do love science oriented books would love it.



    As part of the FTC disclaimer rules I am making you aware that
    I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for this review. The opinion in this review is unbiased and reflects my honest judgment of the book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 10, 2012

    Gregg Braden doesn’t ask that you wholeheartedly agree wi


    Gregg Braden doesn’t ask that you wholeheartedly agree with every idea he’s brought forth in "Deep Truth," but he does ask us to go within to search our own truth. With the facts of science, he helps us understand some of the biggest problems facing our world today, based off new evidence surrounding global warming, advanced civilizations, our genetic blueprint and much more.

    Yes, we may have come to a fork in the road as our world is feeling more divided under the political, religious and economic pressures, but “Deep Truth” gives hope in the chaos. Braden writes in regards to the stories of humanity that surfaced after September 11th,“In our most basic state - free from the encumbrances and false assumption that lead us to believe that we are needy, greedy, taken advantage of, or engaged in competition for survival - we are fundamentally a kind, compassionate, and giving species: a species of goodness. At the most basic level of our existence, in the moments of crisis, we prove to ourselves again and again the truth of our nature.“

    The new information “Deep Truth” provides gives us options of different narratives including; when advanced civilization really began, the different ideas of the goal of evolution, even his theories on global warming. As we look into the problems our world is facing today you may ask, “What can we do on a collective level?” Braden offers a powerful new question,”Instead of asking what we can get from our world, start asking, what can I offer to the new world that is emerging?” Braden explains further in a recent interview,”The way we answer that question opens the door to new possibilities of jobs, careers, where we put our energy, what we put our energy into, new possibilities of abundance and how we can take our deepest inborn gifts and apply them to a world that needs the gifts we all have to offer.” Braden encourages all to start asking and looking within for the answers, making the personal choices that will mold our destinies collectively.

    * Thank you to Hay House, for providing me with a free copy of this book for review.

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