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The Source Field Investigations: The Hidden Science and Lost Civilizations behind the 2012 Prophecies

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

11 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

Highly Recommended!! Must Read!

I just finished reading "The Source Field Investigations" and absolutely could not put it down! I will definately go back and read it over and over again so I can absorb more each time. I felt it was very well written and that it has very compelling information, coverin...
I just finished reading "The Source Field Investigations" and absolutely could not put it down! I will definately go back and read it over and over again so I can absorb more each time. I felt it was very well written and that it has very compelling information, covering many subjects that have remained a mystery for so long. All of the scientific evidence is compiled in a way that it flows with the subject matter seamlessly. I will most assuredly recommend this book to all of my friends. I have watched YouTube videos and listened to interviews of David Wilcock and was so excited that he was able to complete this book so the world could have this information before 2012. I had the pleasure of listening to David Wilcock speak at a conference I attended in 2009 and I have been reading articles and following his progress since then. The way he explains things makes the science part of it easier to understand. Thank you David, for having the courage to step up and put together all of this information for the world. This book is definately worth the money I spent. To all of you who are thinking about reading it, just do it. You will be totally blown away. If I could give this book 10 stars I would! >>>Definately a literary "homerun!"<<<<

posted by unlimitedsoul on September 4, 2011

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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Subjective Science but Still Entertaining

I couldn't help but feel that Wilcox has formed a hypothesis and searched diligently to find 'data' that supports his position. This is a very human approach to life but not scientific. Wilcox tries ro weave together a 'theory of everything' using disparate concepts of ...
I couldn't help but feel that Wilcox has formed a hypothesis and searched diligently to find 'data' that supports his position. This is a very human approach to life but not scientific. Wilcox tries ro weave together a 'theory of everything' using disparate concepts of fact and fiction. Consequently, I found myself struggling to read entire sections of his book that seemed to drone on and on restating the same ideas over and over. I think the points could have been made in a more orderly and concise fashion. Regardless of literary style, I do believe he has in fact given us a peek at an alternate view of reality that is quite possible. At the least, it's a wake up call. Ther are signs all around us that point to a significant and imminent change. If you view the Source Field as an alternate name for GOD, which Wilcox hints at, than any and all things are possible. I particularly liked the notion of his approach to life; "I love you, I'm sorry, please forgive me, thank you." it that's all you remember from this book it worth reading.

posted by Rdseefeld on January 21, 2012

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  • Posted August 23, 2011

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    Evidence galore!

    There is absolutely no way to argue with the ideas presented in this book so far from what Ive read. Because it is all based on scientific evidence, well done David, you've hit the jackpot

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  • Posted April 12, 2013

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    This books research connects the earliest everyday living recor


    This books research connects the earliest everyday living records through time to the present. Technology viewing through modern day equipment is used to verify comparisons in research. Presented in this book, the DNA code evolves in sequences of charted galactic energy. Education through focus in self-awareness of such events and daily; could increase particular useable energies, and direct ones then attached path with them. Energy in its many forms does have an effect on life. To place one’s self in a possible contact driven position; with variation and levels, seems to be an individual choice. One could assume the position would not be with a hard task-master. There doesn’t seem to be technology in place to duplicate the source’s energies or awareness for the need to. For those who want to browse the internet; for ELF and EMF wavelength possible comparison effects, information is available there. Reasonably no one would expect to be duped into a permanent allegiance with incorrect energy effects. Clearly visible are the many years of painstaking research throughout this book. With the many topics this book covers, cross-referencing with outside sources could be an adventure. I own a copy of this book.

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