Changes 2012: A Tale of the Eternal and the Temporal

Changes 2012: A Tale of the Eternal and the Temporal

by J. David Humphries
     
 

Changes 2012 is about the three year journey of a man named Paul Renn, who is selected by the eternal to awaken those within the human species who have the capability to bring humanity to a new awareness of their place in the universe.
To do this, he and those who share this journey must survive amidst the current chaos of human understanding that has separated… See more details below

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Changes 2012 is about the three year journey of a man named Paul Renn, who is selected by the eternal to awaken those within the human species who have the capability to bring humanity to a new awareness of their place in the universe.
To do this, he and those who share this journey must survive amidst the current chaos of human understanding that has separated our species, one form another, into powerful global tribes. Those diverse cultural and religious beliefs, once necessary for the survival of our ancestors, have now become the nemesis of human advancement, and even its survival. In our present global atmosphere the power to enforce those archaic tribal beliefs, despite the possibility of annihilation, has put a slumbering humanity in great jeopardy.
There are many obstacles in this odyssey, both physical and psychological, as Paul Renn journeys between the plains of heaven and earth. Those he meets on the eternal plain instruct him and assist him, but it is up to Renn and those he meets and awakens on earth that must succeed in saving as much of humanity as they can.
The last full era of mankind is ending; a new beginning is at hand. Those who wish to survive must learn to live among each other as one world tribe, the human tribe.
The time has come when first sentient species in the universe that holds great promise in the eyes of the eternal must change, or perish and be forgotten.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781620953594
Publisher:
BookBaby
Publication date:
02/28/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
286
File size:
1 MB

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