The Role of Evil in Human Evolution [NOOK Book]

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This astonishing and riveting expos? of the fundamental role of the Forces of Darkness, so dominant in the world today just demanded to be written. Supported by new and impeccable research, David Ash shines a bright light on the subject of religion and dogma which is absolutely vital for our future on the planet. This book reveals how we can achieve any target we set if humanity has a collective intent. All misery and suffering can be averted.
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The Role of Evil in Human Evolution

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Overview

This astonishing and riveting exposé of the fundamental role of the Forces of Darkness, so dominant in the world today just demanded to be written. Supported by new and impeccable research, David Ash shines a bright light on the subject of religion and dogma which is absolutely vital for our future on the planet. This book reveals how we can achieve any target we set if humanity has a collective intent. All misery and suffering can be averted.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149192328
  • Publisher: Kima Global Publishers
  • Publication date: 3/14/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 278
  • File size: 208 KB

Meet the Author

On January 15th. 1975 David delivered the inaugural lecture on his new physics from the historic rostrum of Michael Faraday at the Royal Institution of Great Britain. In 1985, under the direction of Sir George Trevelyan, David started teaching his vortex physics and science of ascension in lectures and seminars throughout the U. K. Since then he has traveled the world with his new easy-to-understand physics linking science, spirituality and consciousness.
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