The Source Field Investigations was a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today best seller that uncovered hidden science and lost prophecies to illuminate an entirely new understanding of our world today. In his new book, The Synchronicity Key, David Wilcock embarks on an astonishing investigation into what lies beyond this new understanding of how our universe works - finding proof that everything in our lives is not only connected, but it also all influences everything else.
Using history, astrology, and synchronicity theory as well as concepts such as fractals, spiritual geometry, quantum physics, and other new research, Wilcock shows that there is a hidden architecture within time, guiding individuals and nations through a system of enlightenment Joseph Campbell called the Hero’s Journey. Historical events occur in shockingly precise, repeating cycles of time as a result. Once we understand and identify the hidden laws governing the fates of individuals and nations through seemingly random "synchronicity", we are left with a remarkable blueprint of how best to lead our lives in this uncertain and confusing world.
©2013 David Wilcock (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I really enjoyed the super fascinating information complied in Wilcock's earlier published book, The Source Field Investigations. I have listened to the book numerous times and still find new information that intrigues me. Favorite parts- Baxter and all of chapter 8!
This book, The Synchronicity Key is also full of facts and interesting perspectives to ponder, however you will want to skip the entire 1st chapter. I almost gave up on the book during this unexpected beginning. From chapter 2 to the very end, I was continually intrigued and will listen to sections of this book again as it is a lot of information to process in one long sitting.
There is some very valuable content included. The distillation of the "Law of One" material is undoubtedly worth the price of admission...
However, the book meanders endlessly, and what structure it has is remarkably difficult to follow. It weaves in and out of his own personal spiritual journey, global financial conspiracies, techniques of screenwriting, the work of psychic Edgar Casey, his various living experiences in LA, etc. It's kind of a mess.
Additionally, the author's reading performance is extremely 'one note' --and that note is "THIS IS... THE. MOST. IMPORTANT. SENTENCE."-- which makes it very difficult to listen to.
I honestly wished I'd bought the physical book or Kindle version so I could skim to the parts I find more valuable.
The structure of 'The Source Field Investigations' is also challenged... but not to this degree, and that text is at least 80% genuine data, vs. the 30% data and 70% personal reflection and editorializing in "Synchronicity".
Do you know the old play on William Shatner in 'Star Trek'? Where everything is said with such overpowering drama and intensity that it's almost to the level of caricature?
1) Delve more deeply into the Law of One.
2) Talk less about my own spiritual process. It's like listening to parents talk about their kids. Or listening to someone describe a drug experience. (i.e. "you had to be there.")
3) Fast forward with some regularity.
I appreciate David's insight, depth of research, and drive to weave such far-reaching data into a cohesive treatise...
However, the "editor" of 'The Synchronicity Key' didn't really do a sufficient job, and it makes the transmission of the (very valuable) content an extremely awkward affair.
I just got this book and didn't stop until it was finished. I heard David Wilcock on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory and was happy to find The Synchronicity Key here on Audible. David narrates this book and he is an amazing speaker. I can't get enough of his incredible information. If you have been on a quest for knowledge about the mysteries of life you can find it many places, but you will have to read a plethora of books. David has compiled years of research into this work. Fascinating! I am off to get another book by David.
Authors lack of emphasis of 'his own ownership as being the source' of all which he is politically against.
The Prophet and Tippecanoe event. Grew up nearby and knew it was important but was unsure why til now.
Clear and engaging narration.
Parts 1 and 2 yes...could not finish part 3 because of the political content early on...unsure what followed.
Written like a Hollywood production with all the authors bad guys overly well defined.
Yes, as long as he wasn't reading it - it was terrible! He places emphasis on each word so there's no way you don't understand that He. Is. Making. A. Point....
YES - I had to turn it to speed 1.25 and that helped, but it hurts my ears to listen to this book.
Uh - no.
Buy the printed or Kindle version.
If you believe that the 911 terror attacks were an inside job, or that a secret, all-knowing military cabal is ,responsible for every war in history, or if you believe that every Republican is evil and every Democrat is an angel, then David Wilcock is for you. Continually blasting the reader with :Bush, Reagan, Nixon are evil incarnate and part of the Cabal threatening humanity, while Carter and other democrats are angels sent to help humanity, this book clearly destroys Wilcock's credibility. He's gone from an author with spiritual insights in his first book, to a political hack with political bias in this book. The first 1/3 of this book was spent recapping his first book, the Source Field Investigations, and the second 1/3 of the book was spent showing readers how to write a Hollywood screen play, and the final 1/3 of the book was spent spewing political diatribe. Wilcock claims to be the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce, yet Edgar Cayce became more credible and more spiritual as he traveled through his life, while Wilcock has become less credible and more political as he travels his life. I don't remember Edgar Cayce ever being political, which made him relevant to everyone's life. Wilcock is only relevant to the 911 inside job conspiracy theoriists, and democrats. Might as well read Alex Jones instead.
I don't know. I couldn't stand to listen to his extremely slow pace of reading. He pauses for about 3 seconds between every two or three words. I listened for about 30 minutes, which probably could have been read in about 10 minutes at a normal pace, but got frustrated listening wanting him to HURRY UP!!! SAY IT!!! STOP PAUSING!!!
I couldn't get through it with his reading pace. Perhaps if a professional reader read it I'd listen to it.
Talk at a normal pace.
For those of us that have read the Law of One series or found ourselves reading it only to release you’ve been living/doing it this book is of good help. I think I would have gotten more out of it if I hadn’t already found myself on the Law of One path before I knew what the Law of One is. Read it if you haven’t. This book ties in completely with the Source Field Investigations, but adds so much more depth to everything. Here the author takes what was covered in the Source Field Investigations and add another level to it. The author goes more indepth into how were all connected and that life isn’t as completely random as we thought. We’re not controlled because of ‘Free Will’, but we are guided as much as we can be. We’re still human after all. I personally found the sections on forgiveness useful and helpful. I use information from them to help my students by giving them a perspective that isn’t mine. Like my Buddhist teacher and my Tao Sifu used to do. I recommend this book to my friends and family. Check it out. What do you have to lose? What do you have to gain?
I was happy to get my hands on this book, but the more I listened to it, the more it seemed repetitive to me. There are many things cited again and again over the hours, wish it was a little shorter now..
No, I am looking forward to reading more books in this genre
The pace of the book, it had been stretched out.
The book bored me after a while.
I think it would be great for someone who could not get to sleep.
It was hours of meaningless clap trap, narrated by someone who spoke in a slow deep monotone voice. Nothing is really Synchronized but unconnected statements that did not add up to anything.
I would not try another Wilcock "performance" even if the story was about me.
This book was just a lot of hippy, dippy and silly new age statements trying to find a philosophy. Kind of like the stuff people come up with when they have mind altering drugs and alcohol.
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