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.
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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.
For those wanting to become more spiritual, with science that vindicates reasons to be spiritual; for those who want to learn how time REALLY works; for those who want to know what's currently going on behind the scenes on this planet; for those that want to learn how the universe works and our part in it; this book is a must read.
David Wilcock is on the forefront of putting the big picture all together. Love this book, and I love David Wilcock.
This sounds like a new wave self help tape from the 1970s
He is a horrible narrator. I expected him to say something like "be at peace with the universe. breath in, hold it, contemplate your navel, now release".
At the end of every sentence I could hear him add ".... dude". Fast Times At Ridgemont High was just a movie, and Spicolli was just a character.
i couldn't listen to more than 1 hour before i started counting the ceiling tiles. I can't even remember the content.
He makes the same negative contributions to the Ancient Aliens show, but the show has so few redeeming qualities to begin with, that it is not possible for him to damage it further.
I recommend it for those interested in a deeper look at the interesting mysteries and anomalies of time and reality. Get ready for an author that is 100% invested in a vastly different concept of reality than you are used to. It's an intriguing compilation of information. I was turned off by his tone, like he's selling the info instead of just presenting it truthfully. Some of the conjecture is a bit far fetched, and not well supported (at least within the text), but much of the theme of the synchronicity of time is very compelling and deserving of more attention. Also was a but turned off by how often he relied on direct quotations from other work, and how often he was selling his other book. Probably 1/5 of the book is repeating quotations from his sources. it's also very redundant how he reviews the key points of every section at the end. I had to check many times because I thought the recording skipped or rewound and was repeating, until I got used to his style.
Read source field first, this has a lot of reference to it. Considering it is a series of 3, I can sort of understand.
Personally, I have noticed a lot more coincidence happening that I would not have ever been aware of before reading.
Most memorable are the references to repeating events every 100 years and the translation issues of the bible.
Lots of information. I listened while on a road trip and had to take a couple of breaks to allow some processing.
The chapters in the audio DO NOT match the chapters listed for the book ... and that might be David's personal relevance on the information.
A good voice to listen to. Would like to cancel the audio ASAP !Who let him read ? He is killing his own book. Seriously bad.
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His voice, the way he sighs, he is totally clueless how bad it sounds. It's painful and I want my money back. I will read it myself and will try to "un-ring" his voice. :
I always enjoy learning something new. At first I thought this book would be a waste of time because it was very, very thorough regarding some science experiments. But the payoff was worth it.
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