Is it happening to you? You wake up at night, look at the clock, and notice that it is 11:11 p.m. This happens again the next night, and the next. You think it is a coincidence, but what if you were to discover that it was happening to others - possibly millions of others--all over the world?
And that it meant something...something important?
The reports of people noticing strange and repeated associations with the number 11 are on the rise, prompting theories connecting this phenomenon with the coming Mayan calendar end date of 12/21/2012. But it's not just the number 11 that is showing up in people's lives, it is often accompanied by unusual events or profound insights.
Mysterious numbers and strange sequences appear throughout the history of human experience. What do they mean? What secrets do they keep? Are these wake-up calls to a higher state of consciousness, triggers of paranormal experiences, or the activation of what some scientists refer to as "junk DNA"?
In this fascinating new work, you'll learn about:
We live according to times, dates, and numbers, and 11:11 The Time Prompt Phenomenon will explore the mysteries of 11:11 and the many other ways in which numbers compose the very foundation of our reality.
©2009 New Page Books (P)2012 New Page Books
I would like to note that once this book is downloaded into iTunes it is 111.1MB :)
This is a book about Yuri Geller's Ideas. I like Yuri Geller and respect him. This book does not appear to expound beyond Yuri's ideas, or offer any scientific attempts at proof. If you have never heard Mr. Geller's ideas then by all means buy this book. For me there was nothing new or extra. The Narration was Good. And i can't return it, WHY????
If the book would've been more than personal experiences, but more of a study and conclusion. Not just a bunch of stories when X person saw 11:11
Something SERIOUS and actually studied.
I didn't like ANYTHING. She was way too cheery for this *kind* of book, and she reads as if she wants to be over with it. Way too fast and too (fake) happy.
Ugh. It was all bad
I'm returning this.
"Another book ruined by terrible narration."
Having someone read it in a manner that doesn't sound like a robot on speed.
A little yes.
I don't know. Perhaps someone with the ability to express emotion and not read the book as if it was a race.
All of the above. There seem to be too many bad narraters on Audible.
Yes. One would expect that by now audible would have figured out what good narration is and how bad narration makes even the best book unlistenable. In this case I never found out what this book was about because I couldn't bear to listen to anymore. The worst thing is I can't get a refund on it.
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