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Children of a Living Universe

Discovering Our Legacy Will Change Our Future
Paperback Book
Publisher: 
Hampton Roads Publishing
 | 
April, 2014
ISBN:
9781571747112
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This book is an articulate, well-researched, intelligent compilation of new and ancient data that explores the implications of the extraterrestrial origins of the human race. The primary stories of our origins (religious versions/Darwinism) are called into question when held against scientific evidence and recorded histories of many cultures. Among Von Ward's startling conclusions are:

  • The universe is self-manifesting, self-directing, and self-learning
  • Everything that is (including the human race) is a manifesation of the universal consciousness
  • Intelligent human life is much older than is popularly believed
  • Human consciousness mirrors that of the universe's creators
  • Science and technologies of a millennia ago were as advanced as they are today
  • Our consciousness is not limited to the world of the five senses

With insight and clarity, Von Ward envisions that discovery of our true legacy will inspire a global renaissance of inner knowing and unprecedented social progress. Beyond earthly evolution, he sees humanity assuming its place as a part of a universal community of conscious beings, and fulfilling our potential to serve as galactic leaders. This is a brilliant guide to this new and essential process in human spiritual evolution.

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