CIS Seminar International Development I “Fractal Time: The Secret of and a New World Age” Gregg Braden Essay written by: Ann Ruth P. Lamug. Fractal Time (abridged audio book). The Gregg Braden Audio Collection*. Speaking the Lost Language of God. The Spontaneous Healing of Belief ( abridged. In this fascinating book, Gregg Braden merges the modern discoveries of nature’s patterns (fractals) with the ancient view of a cyclic universe. The result is a.

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Reference Dates for Conditions. All about the end of time according to the Mayan calendar at the winter solstice, but then what? I was very impressed and am going to get his other books as I feel he is on to something. By continuing to use our site, you accept our use of cookies, revised Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. But to those who “know” and are in touch with their spiritual side, this book is a MUST read.

The rest can be said, is history. May 28, stormhawk rated it liked it. What is being hyped as “the end of the world” on the Winter Solstice is actually the end of two cosmic cycles: This began in B.

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But for those interested, this book has some unique and bradsn presented ideas. And it’s timr all the supporting evidence As Braden explains, “the Hopi simply don’t think of time, space, distance, and reality in the way we do.


Time Codes 1, 2, 7, and 10 The ancient Mayan calendar calculates the end of the present world age at the winter solstice on 21st December ; a world age is equivalent to 5, years.

Braden makes no apologies, however, and assumes that the reader is first curious, then interested, and hopefully believes before the book ends. The organization of the book according to the 21 Time Codes was hardly a structure at all. If you’re looking for solid books on Braden’s topic, those one-star ratings also give at least a half-dozen other author recommendations.

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As the computation proceeds, reality unfolds. With the types of things he uses as examples, with such vagueness, that it renders the entire book just about meaningless. The end date has been collecting these theories like a dark suit in a cat hospital. I find it more a remarkable mystery that the ancient astronomers and astrologers were able to perceive this movement of the earth—a vast cyclical trek that modern scientists, with computers, space telescopes, and so on, are just now comprehending.

Since it was written before Decemberthe author spends much time on the Maya calendar, and probably sold a good number of books by doing so. Aug 03, Iona Stewart rated it liked it.

Fractal Time: The Secret of and a New World Age by Gregg Braden

He has written an ambitious book in a genre rife with ambition and speculation; the meaning of yime enigmatic Mayan calendar end date, December fractao, Jul 05, Cristina rated it liked it. It was slow to start out with; and it seemed like he was trying to draw the book out more, instead of letting it flow; and giving information freely What date in the past holds the conditions we can expect for the future?


Oct 01, Suze rated it really timme it Shelves: Mar 04, Kae Cheatham rated it liked it Shelves: Braden does not get overly technical and I found his writing interesting and informative. When can we expect something that has happened in the past to happen again? Braden also presents the theory of the Time Code, and how the small cycles within the big universal cycle can be calculated.

At first it would appear that this is just another doomsday, ‘prepare for catastrophe’, type of new age book. Nov 24, Alex rated it did not like it Shelves: December 31, at 3: Parentilde, Roel and Laude, Jaime. With modern-day technology, scientists are able to substantiate the findings of these ancient peoples. Nautilus Book Award for Spirituality Fractal Time examines the end of the Mayan calendar and posits that December 21, doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom.

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