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The Mayan Oracle: Return Path to the Stars (1992)

by Ariel Spilsbury

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This oracle is dedicated to you who hold this book in your hands. Journey into the mystery.
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Once upon a time, a galactic council was called and a mythic call was sent out to countless beings: the children of the Sun, the angelic winged ones, the Sun runners, the rainbow warriors, and other luminous ones from many star systems.
Preface: Perhaps, like us, you have journeyed alone for many years, feeling out of step with the culture at large.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0939680866, Paperback)

While other divination systems deal with the awareness of our Earth selves, this oracle offers us a galactic perspective. The Mayan symbols are a "language of light" that represents a bridge between physical and spiritual realities, intended to transform our human experience into an experience of the infinite.

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