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Apocalypse or Renewal? Jo VonBargen

Apocalypse or Renewal?

Jo VonBargen

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There is a worrying undercurrent of fear in societies worldwide, increasing daily as we witness disaster after disaster, vast changes in weather, strange sights in the skies, and economic upheaval in these chaotic times.This book will examine theMoreThere is a worrying undercurrent of fear in societies worldwide, increasing daily as we witness disaster after disaster, vast changes in weather, strange sights in the skies, and economic upheaval in these chaotic times.This book will examine the fear mentality and the true nature of existence from the perspective of many wise people, both living and dead. There is much here about the concept of love, and a wide range of Native American prophecy. The hope is that these writings will do a lot toward allaying those fears and giving each of us firmer ground on which to stand and survive whatever may come..Is it too late for humanity to create a new story? As we look at Native traditions, prophecies and mythology of First Peoples and also those of Eastern thought across the planet, we see that they are rooted in myth. Western traditions find their genesis in science, history and fact.Some may regard mythology as a lie, but truthfully it is merely poetry. It is metaphor. In exploring the mythological lore and ceremonies practiced by other cultures, the lessons therein tell us how to get in touch with the real self so that it becomes our guiding force instead of that of a system and its impersonal claims upon us.The author takes a look at ancient writings and lore as diverse as Lao Tzus Tao Te Ching and Frank Waters Book of the Hopi Many other sources, from Buddhism to the Bible led her to a conclusion that these writings from people who could have had no earthly knowledge of the others have laid a path so luminous in a common ancestral truth that it would be a personal crime against humanity to not share it.Advocating the concept of self-reliance, the author provides steps to take toward making personal preparedness a common agenda for each family in these troubled times, because the winds of change are the one constant we can depend on in this vast, lovely universe. She advises keeping yourself always prepared to blow with that wind, and to be at peace with it.Time may be short. Are you prepared for any calamities that might arise in these troubled times? See the chapter at the end on Self-Reliance and survival. There are important things that YOU need to know.