Matrix of the Gods

Matrix of the Gods

by John Nelson
     
 

The world teeters on the brink of apocalyptic destruction or a new millennium of universal peace and spiritual awakening. The author suggests that both future worlds coexist in their own dimensions, and we choose by our vibratory levels which world we will inhabit.

Rama, a 21st-century Buddha, who is imprisoned in a psychically impenetrable prison in the Swiss

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The world teeters on the brink of apocalyptic destruction or a new millennium of universal peace and spiritual awakening. The author suggests that both future worlds coexist in their own dimensions, and we choose by our vibratory levels which world we will inhabit.

Rama, a 21st-century Buddha, who is imprisoned in a psychically impenetrable prison in the Swiss Alps, is the object of intense scientific scrutiny. During his long, unjust incarceration, he has passed into what he calls "the natural state of being."

Twenty-five years earlier, the earth had suffered a catastrophic ecological collapse, forcing the world's greatly diminished population under environ canopies in mega cities around the globe. The World Council fears that Rama's expansive consciousness might awaken subjugated humanity.

Michael Parker, the head of the North American security agency, sends in an undercover operative, reporter Zita Hiller, to discredit the holy man. However, Zita becomes enchanted with the man and his naturalist philosophy and aids his release.

But Rama's consciousness has already triggered the birth of child-Ramas. As two would-be controllers of human destiny engage in psychic warfare, these children offer humankind a third possibility. This leads to a mind-boggling climax that holds out hope to those ready to make the "leap into a new world."

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781878901972
Publisher:
Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
09/28/1994
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
5.52(w) x 8.63(h) x 0.96(d)

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Mary Summer Rain
Starborn. A little tale that begins by eliciting its readers' smiles and ends by demanding its readers' commitment to personal responsibility. Starborn. A mirror that reflects that which is within each of us-our beautiful capability to be watchers�And our powerful capacity to be Peaceful Warriors.
— (Mary Summer Rain)
Jess Stearn
With Transformations John Nelson has pioneered the New Age novel. He has blended scientific and religious thought into a philosophical thriller, which testifies, to the soaring human spirit in an age that would reduce us all to genetic ciphers.

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