Some say the end of mankind is near. Some say that financial turmoil is part of the process, along with global warming, warfare and the spread of mass psychosis. Children are fed drugs to keep them calm; nations are invaded by their neighbors; the climate is changing all around us; celebrities become our gods; and materialism is the new mantra.
But what is the real truth? Is there an answer to all this? Does not the problem increase as the population of mankind multiplies beyond all reason? Are our material lives making us happier and if so, then why so many self-help books, films and philosophies?
It can’t be denied that the times are changing. Every day sees new challenges for our species. Everyday our species causes mayhem and madness on an unbelievable scale. But there is a ratio to it all, a rhyme and reason behind everything that we do and everything that affects us.
In Ancient Code, a group of experts will harness a power so great that our ancestors were in awe of it. This power has been hidden and lost. Knowledge of it has been destroyed. Many have sought to rediscover it and wield it and many have fallen foul of their own selfishness. Like mad magicians seeking to rule the world, men of renown have fleetingly seen the incredible nature of this Ancient Code and all too often they have missed the point. Today we too have missed the point. We spend our lives naming things and separating them, when they remain whole all the same. We vainly believe that we can disconnect ourselves. It needs no material gain. It needs no hatred and warfare. It needs no drugs. You are the key to the code….
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"Overwhelming music and badly executed"
I stuck with this book purely because it was only just over an hour long and i wanted to see if it would get better. Sadly it did not. I whole heartedly agree with what they are saying but it was how they said it that is the big downfall. I quite like a little bit of music to make an audible book a little more atmospheric but this contains music throughout the whole book and is FAR too loud. I couldn't concentrate on what was actually being said. It just sounded like a group of men sat round a pub table putting the world to rights. Also anyone who uses the word "boulderdash" as an expletive cannot be taken seriously. I reiterate that I agree with what was being said but a whole new reproduction of this book is needed.
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