• The Ascension Mysteries

  • Revealing the Cosmic Battle Between Good and Evil
  • By: David Wilcock
  • Narrated by: David Wilcock
  • Length: 20 hrs and 28 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (1,406 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

David Wilcock's previous New York Times best sellers, The Source Field Investigations and The Synchronicity Key, used cutting-edge alternative science to reveal oft-hidden truths about our universe. In The Ascension Mysteries, David takes us on a gripping personal journey that describes the secret cosmic battle between positive and negative happening every day, hidden in both the traumas of our own lives and the world's headlines.

Through his contact with a positive higher intelligence behind the UFO phenomenon, groundbreaking scientific information, and data from high-ranking government whistle-blowers, David reveals that the Earth is now on the front lines of a battle that has been raging between positive and negative extraterrestrials for hundreds of thousands of years. The Ascension Mysteries explores the towering personal obstacles David overcame to unlock the great secrets of our universe and looks ahead to what this battle means for each of us personally. By unifying ancient texts from a variety of religions with scientific data and insider testimony, David presents a stunning conclusion - that Earth is on the verge of a massive cosmic event that will transform matter, energy, consciousness, and biological life as we now know it and will utterly defeat the great villains of our time.

©2016 David Wilcock (P)2016 Recorded Books

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A remarkable and unique document

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I have been a fan of David Wilcock's for a while. Watching him online, I have found him to be sincere, intelligent, and a have a unique and entertaining way of telling some of the weirdest and most surprising information out there. The book spends the first half of the book or so covering his childhood and young adulthood before getting into detail with the surprising "insider" information, documenting an interesting childhood peppered with pretty amazing mystical experiences, and a goodly amount of abuse. Being just a few years older than he, I can relate to the many historical references he makes—to Watergate, Iran Contra, and so on. He does not merely mention them, but the psychological effect such events had on him, and he feels, to the society at large. (He calls America at that time a "nuclear suicide cult"—numbed out, and seeking to remain that way. I can relate.)I am about halfway though the second half now, and being rewarded with an organized and specific telling of large amounts of "insider" testimony, credibly laid out, chapter by chapter. Although on his programs he gives much of the sense of this, in the book he succeeds in laying it out in more comprehensive detail, which is very satisfying.

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I love David's sincere and animated narration of his own work.

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Awesome audio!!!

Chapters 14 on are very fascinating and cover the subjects David is known for. The 1st half of the book is on his life as an intelligent unpopular bullied kid. He is clearly an indigo child raised by an Indigo Mother too. Was great, I'm going back to listen to chapters 14 on again. Thank you David, for releasing this current material prior to disclosure. Bravo 👏🏼

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Fascinating character

My first impression of David was through his appearance on Ancient Aliens. It just seemed as though there was a sizable ego there. As I listened to his book, his childhood reveals a boy that was bullied constantly and the pain of growing up through his parents divorce. His subsequent pot addiction, LSD trips, and harrowing drug adventures with friends allowed him to hit bottom and have a spiritual revelation that molded him into who he is today.

He really is fascinating and well, fun to listen to. He is full of life and the desire for truth. It's a bit contagious and I couldn't stop listening to it. Once past his childhood, the book goes on to move us through the possible origins of man, our government secret space programs and what his vision of our future and ascension means to your soul. Enjoy the ride! You just never know.

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Be patient with the insanely long backstory

Once you get past the excruciating detail of his past events, there is some really great information to be found.

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Misleading Title - don't waste $

Aweful book. Author spends the first half of the book detailing his drug addled youth. Which somehow seems to establish him as an expert. Which he then uses as a basis to spew myriad unsubstantiated "facts". Had to just quit when he said he was shown accounts and "passwords" of Kabal elites like the Rothchild's. Evidently18 chapters in to a conspiracy rant, and nothing of substance concerning an uplifting, positive spiritual process. this work is sad and depressing. really a disservice to the reader. Sad, avoid would be my recommendation.

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Infantile stupid book

Could not even finish, so bad. Silly romp through his childhood. Not worth buying. Not what is advertised.

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Wow!!!

This is a must read like all of David's book. You did it again David great read and the validated research is outstanding. It's like getting 2 years of college that you actual understand in one novel. Thank You for all your hard work.

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Worthwhile & Well Done

Groundbreaking information delivered with lively, well-paced narration by the author. Great to listen to while reading the text from the book.

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Arrogant unedited rambling nonsense

If David Wilcox ever discusses "Ascension mysteries" in this book I'll never know. Halfway through I simply could not bare to listen to Mr Wilcox another second and I had to throw in the towel. Wilcox is not a highly evolved authority of ascention. His litterary skills are marked by his staggering use of juvenile grammar and vocabulary. This book reads like a ruff copy a 15 year old boy's autobiography. If you're interested in how gifted and highly intelligent David Wilcox has always been and your interested in listening to him recount his entire childhood, exlpaining in great detail every drug induced hallucination he has had and more about how gifted he has always been, you may really enjoy this book. If, however, you'd like to explore the topic of "Ascension Mysteries" I cannot say wether or not you'll find anything here, I certainly didn't.

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BS'er Profiteering off of the Incredibly Ignorant

A handy compendium of human fantasies and modern conspiracy theories by a practiced BS'er which will only annoy people who have had as little as Physics 101. I do admire the author's work ethic, however.

Concerning the content, it is akin to religions, which I refer to as "the preposterous imaginings of primitive minds", and this book demonstrates that primitive minds are still around creating preposterous imaginings (for the incredibly ignorant, as my title noted), along with a lot of conclusion-jumping.

All in all it is a sad book reflecting the sad state of average human intelligence - which should make the author and publisher a lot of money.

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