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27 Jul 2014 21:37

Offentliggjort den 01/09/2013

Dr. Len Horowitz's books have tackled some complex, controversial subjects, including shadow elite conspiratorial agendas, natural health, hidden information in Biblical texts, and vibrational medicine. His present book delves into all these matters. The information on physics, consciousness, quantum-holographic reality, vibrational sound, sacred geometry, water crystals, DNA, and holistic medicine in this book is fantastic and very current. Horowitz's religious ideas seem a bit confused to me as he has put himself on a messianic mission to promote global health and overcome the global elite dark agendas that he has been uncovering. He has seemingly become aligned with light polarity mystery school traditions connected to the Essene sects of the Biblical times. There is much scientific and healing wisdom encoded in those traditions, although the beliefs about light defeating dark in an apocalyptic scenario are not suited to a book that is otherwise focused on sciences and healing research. When I saw Dr. Horowitz speak in Miami very recently he referred to the conspiratorial activities he has been uncovering as "alien" to basic human values and compassion. However, this author appears reluctant to touch upon the truly "ET" influences connected to the global elite and agendas at work to control humanity under totalitarian structures. Dr. Horowitz is a fantastic researcher and provides a lot of valuable information - the spiritual or religious context in which these matters are considered is an issue that the author has felt compelled to interweave in his books. I personally find the author's religious conclusions to be a bit of a drawback, but I can see how he perceives his mission as someone on a hero's journey to help light overcome darkness. The science and health information in this book are more advanced than his previous works, and support a lot of the concepts I use in my own holistic healing work. This is a book I commend highly even with the parts of it that I found to be focused on religious interpretations.