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Exploring Atlantis I by Frank Alper

Exploring Atlantis I

by Frank Alper

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This book is a compilation of spiritually channeled lectures through the soul of Dr. Frank Alper. It deals with the social, moral, sexual, and spiritual customs of the Atlanteans. He writes that the destruction of Atlantis came about because many of the inhabitants decided to remain at the same level of growth, what he calls standing still. He explains that standing still is against universal law, and if one attempts to do this they will find themselves going in the other direction. And in that direction is found expressions of negativity, of doubt, of ego, of personality controlling thoughts. His message and advice is that we strive for growth not perfection. And that it is the responsibility of all to realize that within the course of their lives they have assumed an obligation to grow every day. Dr. Alper has written this book for spiritual healing and reminds us that we have much to learn from who he calls our ancestors. His students ask, would the world be in a better place if Atlantis had not been destroyed, on the hand he responds perhaps it is. Each of us must answer that for ourselves, in relation to our own truths. An awe inspiring read.
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