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5.0 out of 5 stars A mind blowing expose on the origins of this Universe.
I absolutely loved 'Pleidian Perspectives on Human Evolution' by Amorah Quan Yin. It is a warmly comforting book - there is no need to be afraid, we are most certainly not alone! This is a book which causes us to consider our personal responsibility in the creation of our own reality. It is a deeply thought-provoking book and one which answers the questions so deeply...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
A disappointing book. Whilst I would not question the author's links with other dimensions, her method of communicating her message is confused. Some detail is inaccurate by the standards of reputable scholars eg it was not Marduk (Mardak) that was destroyed but Tiamat (see Twelfth Planet and other works by Z. Sichin). The poems are turgid and a distraction. And she...
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A mind blowing expose on the origins of this Universe., 24 Mar 2001
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This review is from: Pleiadian Perspectives on Human Evolution (Paperback)
I absolutely loved 'Pleidian Perspectives on Human Evolution' by Amorah Quan Yin. It is a warmly comforting book - there is no need to be afraid, we are most certainly not alone! This is a book which causes us to consider our personal responsibility in the creation of our own reality. It is a deeply thought-provoking book and one which answers the questions so deeply buried in our individual and collective unconscious. I would urge anyone who has ever considered the origins of humanity and the possibility of lifeforms outside of Planet Earth to read this book. Although it certainly contains deep, life affirming truths, it is delivered in an easy to read, page turning style. A wonderful read!
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5.0 out of 5 stars human evolution ..., 22 Nov 2011
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Giovanni A. Orlando "GOrlando" (Benevento, ITALY) - See all my reviews
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Pleiadian Perspectives on Human Evolution ... is an incredible still simple as well concise and short book ... about OUR History. I honestly love this book because its Light. It includes channeled material for One who was a Goddess Priestess in Atlantis ... Our Sacred Amorah Quan Yin.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Really Interesting, 7 Nov 2011
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Mr. D. Reader "Music lover" (Warwickshire England) - See all my reviews
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I first found this book upon a Spiritual Retreat i went on in the Summer and got into it straight away. Even if you can't quite believe it's content, the story's are great parables of Human Society, and teach us lessons of what's beyond our Individual Human Experience. A very good read.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, 13 April 2009
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A disappointing book. Whilst I would not question the author's links with other dimensions, her method of communicating her message is confused. Some detail is inaccurate by the standards of reputable scholars eg it was not Marduk (Mardak) that was destroyed but Tiamat (see Twelfth Planet and other works by Z. Sichin). The poems are turgid and a distraction. And she skips by (on Earth anyway) the appalling history of some of those civilisations she mentions. The Aztecs, by the way, were mass child killers. A light read for the dentist's waiting room - but for those looking for answers to the huge issues of humanity's origin's and destiny - don't bother, there are better books elsewhere.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, good service, 13 Aug 2014
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