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Why Is Life?: Who Are We? Where Do We Come From? Where Are We Going?

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Length: 732 pages12 hours

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If you are a reader looking for one multi-functional book that could introduce you to a wide variety of ‘hot topics’, a broad range of ‘alternative information’, a smorgasbord of mystical food for thought, there are very few books on the current market that can fit the bill. ‘Why Is Life?’, however, is such a book. Within its pages you’ll find the latest information on ancient mysteries, such as Egypt and the Great Pyramid, Atlantis, Lemuria, Stonehenge, the Mayans, the Olmecs, the Sumerians, Old Testament stories, etc. You’ll also find the latest on current mysteries, such as the face and pyramids on Mars, UFO phenomena, the crop circles, the great changes facing our planet, the hidden agenda of the world’s greatest powers, etc. There are so many enigmas and anomalies. There is information in this book that challenges our strongest belief systems. How do all of these fascinating topics relate to each other? What is the common link? All of this mysterious information offers us great clues, insight and food for thought when considering the question, ‘Why Is Life?’. This book ties it all together.There is a revolution afoot – a new way of understanding our universe in terms of ‘energy’ and ‘frequency’ – a new perspective. How does one begin to grasp this new perspective? - to see life in a new light? One could spend years reading through some very weighty books or plough through many web-sites. Or, one could read ‘Why Is Life?’. This book offers a shortcut. It is a synopsis of a wide variety of related topics from a wide variety of sources. It is like a demystifying or translation of material that can be very dense and laborious into easy-to-understand layman’s language. Accompanied by commentary from the author, the information in this book offers an explanation of the revolutionary new way of thinking, from both scientific and mystical perspectives.

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