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by David Wilcock

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This books research connects the earliest everyday living records through time to the present. Technology viewing through modern day equipment is used to verify comparisons in research. Presented in this book, the DNA code evolves in sequences of charted galactic energy. Education through focus in self-awareness of such events and daily; could increase particular useable energies, and direct ones then attached path with them. Energy in its many forms does have an effect on life. To place one’s self in a possible contact driven position; with variation and levels, seems to be an individual choice. One could assume the position would not be with a hard task-master. There doesn’t seem to be technology in place to duplicate the source’s energies or awareness for the need to. For those who want to browse the internet; for ELF and EMF wavelength possible comparison effects, information is available there. Reasonably no one would expect to be duped into a permanent allegiance with incorrect energy effects. Clearly visible are the many years of painstaking research throughout this book. With the many topics this book covers, cross-referencing with outside sources could be an adventure. I own a copy of this book. ( )
  JanettLeeWawrzyniak | Feb 9, 2013 |
This hefty book about "hidden science and lost civilizations" would make a fine study in the wonders of confirmation bias. The author, who gazes on us from the back flap with clear blue eyes under a lofty forehead, does not appear to be peddling snake oil to a gullible public; he seems sincere in his expressed belief that extraterrestrial civilizations are already in touch with us, and that we will soon have access to limitless energy and “stargate travel” to parallel universes. Contrary to the fringe apocalyptic buzz about 2012, Wilcock insists that 2012 is the point in time at which we all will have a consciousness revolution leading to Oneness with the Living Universe. (Like many “spiritual” authors, David Wilcock is fond of the Portentous Upper Case.)

This living universe is the Source Field of the title. Like much of the material in the book, it seems to be a half-step away from a concept found in science fiction movies (force field --> source field). Hollywood, especially stuff like Stargate and Contact, has made a palpable imprint on this book, just as the movies themselves clearly made a palpable imprint on the author. (Wilcock is a small-time movie producer himself, responsible for Convergence: The Movie.)

Besides the incontrovertible SFX just mentioned, Wilcock has assembled masses of other evidence — press clippings, New Age publications, articles from fringe science journals, and the testimony of people who claim to be channeling spirits or interdimensional beings. Again I don't think Wilcock is trying to fool us. He's convinced by the sheer quantity of this stuff, the fact that it is not univocal, that its authors are "diverse," and that there is a thrill to synthesizing stuff that the orthodox science community refuses to take seriously. (Or do they? Wilcock thinks the UN Security Council secretly knows all about certain alien technologies, which it is sharing with India for some reason.) Besides, Wilcock rejects some self-proclaimed mediums and visionaries as invalid, although he stops short of actually naming names (unless I missed something). The book has hundreds of footnotes, although many of these are just rows of "Ibid." citations, sometimes more than a dozen at a time. All this pageantry seems to suffice for Wilcock as confirmation that his work has led to a synthesis of actual knowledge rather than wishful fantasies.

I mentioned confirmation bias, a concept that it seems Wilcock has not yet encountered in his quest for higher consciousness. It refers to the human tendency to accept evidence that accords with one's beliefs while rejecting evidence that does not. The only way to avoid it is to deliberately gather evidence that your hypothesis is wrong, then compare it to the evidence that it's right. This practice of critical thought takes discipline and humility, and neither of these qualities comes naturally to us. Somehow this practice also seems to have eluded all the exalted spiritual beings who supposedly speak to us through mediums. Therefore it plays no part in this book.

Well, I suppose this stuff isn't doing much harm. Maybe this specious book will lure some deeply confused folks away from the (equally specious but more pernicious) fantasy that the world is about to boil away into space because of some marks on a Mayan calendar stone. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0525952047, Hardcover)

Based on a hugely popular Internet documentary, this exploration of historic signs and symbolism determines what the future holds for humanity come 2012.

"If you believe there is no special significance to the year 2012, then prepare yourself for a guided tour through the most incredible scientific mysteries in the modern world, which may be the rediscovery of an ancient system of physics and spirituality that was once widely used and understood, but has since crumbled almost completely into ruin." -The Source Field Investigations

In his documentary The 2012 Enigma-viewed more than two million times- David Wilcock exposed many great secrets: DNA, consciousness science, wormholes, stargate travel, sacred geometry, three-dimensional time, the Mayan calendar, and much more. And in this book, his seminal work, he'll expose even more.

Calling upon fascinating areas of alternative science, Wilcock's unique philosophy connects the human species and the rest of the cosmos, proposing that it is in our power to usher in the Golden Age prophesied in so many ancient cultures and spiritual traditions. Unlike the doom- and-gloom viewpoints depicted in big-budget disaster films, Wilcock believes that 2012 may be a watermark for when a widespread acceptance of a greater reality will begin to occur-and in his book, he lays out many of the blueprints for such a Golden Age.

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A companion to a ten-part Internet documentary series assesses the scientific, cultural, and historical relevance of the year 2012 to explain how the year may mark the beginning of a more positive age, providing coverage of topics ranging from consciousness science and wormholes to the Mayan calendar and three-dimensional time.… (more)

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