|Plot Summary of The Celestine Prophecy|
|"The narrator sets out on a trip to Peru to try to discover more about an ancient Peruvian Manuscript that holds 9 Insights into the way the human race will evolve spiritually in the third millennium. The Manuscript is being suppressed by the Church and Government in Peru. Dogged by soldiers the American tourist moves on his adventure to discover in turn each of the Insights. More than an adventure this book is a guidebook to help you yourself discover a more spiritually aware evolution. The Insights describe how we are in the process of a new world view, show that the universe is a vast system of energy and that human conflict is a shortage of and a manipulation for this energy. They show how we can end this conflict by receiving an inpouring of this energy from a higher source. They show how we can end our childhood ingrained control dramas. They show how we set in motion the evolution of our true selves through question, intuition and answer. Staying within this magic flow is the secret to happiness. They show how to relate in a new way to others, bringing out the best in them and keeping the mystery operating and the answers coming. And finally how humans will evolve in the third millennium to vibrate at higher and higher energy levels.
More about this inspiring guidebook / adventure can be found at the celestine website: www.celestinevision.com
John Marcel, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of The Celestine Prophecy|
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- state secrets
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- Mostly serious with occasional humor
- Average intelligence
- average physique
- an organization
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- a substantial amount
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- Latin American/Asian/African Dictator
The Americas (not US):
- mostly 3rd
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- generic/vague references to death/punishment
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- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
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