2012 Dynamethism Our Cellular, Vascular Universe Revealed

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A Revolutionary Theory Explaining the Universe and life

The idea of all life being connected is probably familiar to you, as a central tenet of many religions and even scientific theories. But what if not only all life on Earth, but every form of life, and every particle of energy in existence were also interconnected? What if not only life, but death itself, were a crucial component of how the universe functions? What if life on Earth performs...

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Overview

A Revolutionary Theory Explaining the Universe and life

The idea of all life being connected is probably familiar to you, as a central tenet of many religions and even scientific theories. But what if not only all life on Earth, but every form of life, and every particle of energy in existence were also interconnected? What if not only life, but death itself, were a crucial component of how the universe functions? What if life on Earth performs a key function in the workings of a universe vaster than we can imagine?

These ideas and more come into Rick Martin's theory of Dynamethism, which integrates ancient cultures, the prophecies about 2012, our current spiritual searches, and much more. Learn about how man may have been given higher intelligence, and how the quest to worship gods and higher beings may have begun. You'll have a better understanding of man's natural quest for spirituality, and a sense of what our future evolution might look like. Some of this information may sound familiar to you, and some of it may defy belief - but if you put it all together, it makes sense. This book is dedicated to all the unsung heroes - past, present, and future - of man's evolutionary journey.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780578092300
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/28/2011
  • Pages: 36
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Rick Martin’s life experience includes having served in Vietnam with the Marines, and working in a can plant. After his tour of duty in Vietnam, Rick married his high school sweetheart. After 21 years of marriage, they were divorced for 20 years and then remarried in 2011. Everyday miracles such as these have inspired Rick to pay attention, think deeply, and contemplate the greater meaning of life. Rick believes that anyone can bring insight into the world by keeping track of information gathered over time, and looking for patterns and connections. We are all nobler than we know, and bolder than we think. If the information in this book helps you in any way, Ricky’s life journey will be richer.
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