Understand how the changes we see around us are unfolding right now. Learn the true nature of the Mayan calendar, understand the workings and meanings of its cycles and end-date, and see that not only did the Maya track and measure time, cycles and nature, but they charted a galactic alignment that occurs once every 26,000 years. Featuring the leading authors in the 2012 genre, including David Icke, Patrick Geryl, Adrian Gilbert, Geoff Stray, Gregg Braden, Annabel Burton, Peter Taylor, and John Major Jenkins.
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Interesting material, poorly recorded, like listening to the history channel in the background of someones phone. Reaching and more music than necessary. Torture to understand the foreign dialect of one of the interviews.
I do not own the print version of this audio
This is an informative audio regading a variety of views on the subject and in my opinion gives the listener a better overall picture on the subject. I am appreciative that these leading edge individuals came together to help sort out some of the hype.
The first 5 minutes ia all crazy...just music. Dont listen to this if your in bed trying to relax. I do not recomend this. Waste of money. The cover or pic of book looks good. Bad follow up.
"The great spiritual shift"
A number of commentators set out to explain their belief in an inevitable spiritual shift which is set to happen within us on 21st December 2012. Pretty much a good versus evil argument with strong overtones of God, Jesus and biblical catastrophes. Unfortunately, this audiobook is nothing more than the audio track from the DVD documentary of the same name and the quality of the track does shift from high studio quality to poor microphone recordings with each commentator. Probably not as noticeable when your watching the matching video but definately distracting when just listening in.
"Excellent Info, Terrible Recording"
Really interesting information in here. Annoyingly there is ambient music the whole way through, recordings are of bad quality, and the audiobook begins and ends with a few minutes aggressive music seemingly to make it look like the audio is longer than it is. The information itself is excellent, pity more effort wasn't taken over producing the audio.
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