Quote from book - "Don't let the scorn and derision of others stop you from being effective in your goals. Keep a clear head and remain relaxed, knowing all the while that there is indeed final conclusion to these words as they now stand, and this moment does indeed approach with the unwavering certainty of the clock striking on the hour".
This book, to sum into a few words, is not an easy task. It is rather a strange book but without a shadow of a doubt worth reading for the insights it offers regardless if you believe that David Wilcock is the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce or not. Both authors do offer good arguments for this to be the case though! The source of the content is questionable but if you endeavor to pick this book up you will find it hard to put down because although it reads like science fiction further on in the book we find that science backs up the obscure content believe it or not.
Within its jam packed 400 pages is a lot of wisdom and few good philosophies on how to live, you will not find yourself bored reading this and you will be enthralled at the part where science is playing `catch up', if you will, with the concepts put forward. Scientists should take heed of the message of this book, for the future, especially with so many disasters happening in this last year.
Also this book has one of the most misleading titles. It should not play a factor in putting the reader off picking this book off the shelves and let's not forget, last but not least, that this book deals with the nature of the soul, definitely worth a look.