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Posted January 12, 2000
Based upon his complete history of prophecies over the past few years, Mr. Scallion was extremely selective and creative in his book's list of prophetic successes. What's more, he does not seem to be off on a very good start with regards to his prophecies for 1998, 1999 and beyond. In fact, so far he has missed nearly every measurable prediction. If you consider the many historic, momentous and unprecedented events that have occurred over the past two years, you have to wonder how Mr. Scallion (and his spiritual guides) has missed each and every one! For me, this places nearly every other 'spiritually-guided' statement from his book in question. Over the years I have read some books that cover a variety of new-age, metaphysical subjects such as clairvoyance, crystal healing, past-live regression, channeling, crop-circles, aliens, ancient Mars/Atlantean/Egyptian civilizations, pole-shifting, etc., but I have never read an author that attempts to include all subjects in a single book. (I can only assume that this was done on a dare.) In my opinion, you don't just an open mind to read this book, you need an empty one. Also, for what it is worth I would challenge the reader to find the Newsweek quote/endorsement from the back cover. It simply doesn't exist.
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Posted February 20, 2010
This is a good telling of the reluctance and, finally, acceptance, of this man's information that came to him from sources outside our normal range of places to get information.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.