Bringers of the Dawn : Teachings from the Pleiadians Paperback
Compiled from more than four hundred hours of channeling by Barbara Marciniak, Bringers of the Dawnimparts to us the wisdom of the Pleiadians, a group of enlightened beings who have come to Earth to help us discover how to reach a new stage of evolution.
Master storytellers and humorists, they advise us to become media free, to work in teams, and to eliminate the words "should" and "try" from our vocabularies.
We learn how to go beyond fear, how the original human was a magnificent being with twelve strands of DNA and twelve chakra centers, and who our "gods" are.
Startling, intense, intelligent, and controversial, these teachings offer essential reading for anyone questioning their existence on this planet and the direction of our collective conscious--and unconscious.
By remembering that we are Family of Light, that we share an ancient ancestry with the universe around us, we become "bringers of the dawn," consciously creating a new reality, a new Earth.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 224 pages
- Publisher: Inner Traditions Bear and Company
- Publication Date: 01/12/1992
- Category: UFOs & extraterrestrial beings
- ISBN: 9780939680986
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Review by LadyBlossom
The only way to read this book is if it appears before you and calls to your soul, every time I read this book I am filled with a sense of peace and purpose.
Review by mind_wanderer
I am very open minded to anything. Any theory, story, or experience I will listen to, evaluate, and decide what I think about it. This book is the words of the Plaedians through the medium of Barbara Marciniak. After reading most of the book I was admittedly frustrated and uninterested. The message seemed too vague and repetitive and I doubted the credibility of this. It seemed as though it was borrowing from many beliefs and good ideas to throw together a book of wisdom.Barbara claims that she was guided to write down all messages from the Plaedians, and one day was instructed to write the book by them. The book fell together by Marciniak stumbling upon how the book should be arranged. The concepts and guide provided by Marciniak and the Plaedians is not flawed or outrageous, but it seems to be a bunch of ideas thrown at a wall, and what stuck is in the book. This is not a result of thinking that this is an outlandish idea, because I do not think that.. I just doubt if we were spoken to, that they would say what's in the book. Maybe you should read it for yourself.. I'm undecided about it, but my gut tells me I am wasting my time. Not on the ideas, or the theories.. they are not flawed, just not cohesive or convincing.