The Tenth Insight

The Tenth Insight

Holding the Vision

eBook - 2009
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This volume is the second novel in The Celestine Series, beginning with The Celestine Prophecy. One of the characters of The Celestine Prophecy, Charlene, disappears while exploring a forest in the Appalachian Mountains. The book discusses ideas about other dimensions, past lives, conception and birth, the passage through death to an afterlife, hell and heaven. It also illustrates the author's vision of human destiny and the idea that fear of the future is endangering Earth's spiritual renaissance. In the story, each individual soul is part of a larger "Soul Group", which shares the mission of helping the evolution of the cosmos. At times, a soul from a given Group incarnates itself, choosing the conditions of its life according to its needs, while the other souls observe. Each soul creates a reality around itself, which later brings consequences upon it. These consequences take the form of life and afterlife, which vary according to the person's choices. On Earth, people speak of the prophecy written in the Book of Revelation as if it were coming true. Many fear that it will come partly true, in that a dictator (an Antichrist) will arise, but will not be thrown down. To counteract this idea, which is damaging to the spiritual renaissance, the protagonists hold their own, Utopian "World Vision" to the exclusion of its opposite, until it dominates the opposite at the book's climax.
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, 2009.
ISBN: 9780446571296
Characteristics: 1 online resource


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Nov 06, 2015

The Celestine Prophecy was a travesty and a borderline con job as far as I could tell. In my not very humble opinion, this book is worse. Reading this book without decent training in or instinct for critical thinking could actively harm somebody's developmental understanding of the world. This book is as close to evil as it can get without demanding that I mail it to 8 friends in 2 weeks or send a money order to Po Box in the middle of nowhere. Avoid this.

Mar 16, 2009

Continuing the search for Insight ...
decent --- not as good as the first

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