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Overcoming the Robotic Mind : Why Humanity Must Come Through, Paperback / softback Book

Overcoming the Robotic Mind : Why Humanity Must Come Through Paperback / softback


Between the covers of Overcoming the Robotic Mind - Why Humanity Must Come Through is a cornucopia of vital information which will combine to dispel the illusions of the unaware and put in place a lucid vision of another way forward for mankind.

Drawing upon his highly diverse experiences as an actor, organic farming pioneer, political activist, broadcaster, social entrepreneur, holistic educator and international campaigner, Julian Rose presents a compelling view of the way to break through the destructive patterns of our consumption obsessed society, challenging his audience to recognize life's bigger picture and to think and act `outside the box'.

Using an essay style to explore and expose a wide range of contemporary planetary concerns, he calls for a rise in consciousness, so that individuals can fully participate in building a better future together.

The book's title Overcoming the Robotic Mind, concerns the author's expose of the anti-life position of the Transhumanist agenda.

An agenda that promotes the notion that computer power will soon take over control of the human mind. Through the channelling of reawakened energies into a process of root and branch socio-economic reform and spiritual uplift, Julian Rose foresees a renaissance of `bottom-up' creative endeavour which can directly challenge the failed status quo; reshape our planetary existence and lead to a deeper and more subtle relationship being formed between man and nature, as well as between fellow human beings. Quite simply: you are invited to jump-in at the deep end and start swimming with energies that reinvigorate your very soul and shine a beacon of light on the road ahead.


  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Dixi Books Publishing OOD
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Self-sufficiency
  • ISBN: 9786197458473



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