Everything You Need to Know to Get to Heaven: Decoding the Bible - The Secret Behind 2012

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As one of the most comprehensive books on spirituality ever written Everything You Need To Know to Get To Heaven answers all of life's major questions, and more!

Gary J. McDonald successfully merges spirituality with religion, science, and new age concepts into one easy to understand book.

Everything You Need To Know to Get To Heaven decodes the Holy Bible's New Testament, redefines the Holy Trinity in a new and enlightening manner and provides...

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Overview

As one of the most comprehensive books on spirituality ever written Everything You Need To Know to Get To Heaven answers all of life's major questions, and more!

Gary J. McDonald successfully merges spirituality with religion, science, and new age concepts into one easy to understand book.

Everything You Need To Know to Get To Heaven decodes the Holy Bible's New Testament, redefines the Holy Trinity in a new and enlightening manner and provides convincing arguments for the evolution of consciousness, the big bang, and Darwin's "missing link." Revealed within this book is the secret behind the ominous 2012 prophecy as prophesized by Edgar Cayce, Nostradamus, the Hopi elders, and the Mayans.

The mysteries behind God's universal laws, karma, Original Sin, Adam and Eve, the Garden of Eden, heaven and hell, angels and devils, life after death, dreams, out-of-body-travel, soul mates and twin flames, chakras, quantum theory, guidelines for a successful marriage, spiritual contracts and the final judgment are revealed in this spectacular nonfiction work. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, the author further discloses simple but effective ways in which to make positive changes in your life now.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780980147100
  • Publisher: Immortal Life Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/28/2009
  • Pages: 270
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.57 (d)

Meet the Author

Gary J. McDonald is A Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado; the author is well versed in spiritual subject matter, trained in past life regression, and has worked with Celtic, Native American, and Peruvian shamans. A businessman and entrepreneur, McDonald has dedicated his life to humanitarian work both nationally and internationally.

McDonald's study of philosophies and ancient religions such as Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Theosophy, and the Kabbalah greatly assisted him in his work more so than any particular author. It was only by studying the Bible, the Bhagavad-Gita, the Kabbalah, the Yoga Sutras, Theosophy, Buddhism, and Hinduism that Gary discovered that it is purely linguistics that separate mankind's religions and philosophies.

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