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Checklist 2012

Checklist 2012
  • Publisher: bad monkee
  • Genre: Books
  • Released: 11 Nov, 2010
  • Size: 8.2 MB
  • Price: $3.99
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Checklist 2012 - Seven Strategies on how to turn the Crisis into an Opportunity

2012 - The countdown is on. Already now, the mention of the year 2012 gives rise to – sometimes adventurous – speculation: will there be a catastrophe? Is the end of the world neigh? Or do we have reason for hope?

Checklist 2012 is a special kind of manual. In a clear manner, easy to understand for anyone, the biophysicist Dieter Broers outlines the events that await us in 2012 - and how to prepare for them: for that particular year will be about more than merely natural disasters and global power failures. Everything points to the fact that, surrounding this magical date, there will also be a change of consciousness. Starting with the Maya calendars, all the way up to the NASA research findings, there is evidence that, owing to a change in solar activities, we are going to experience a mental revolution capable of healing a world that has become unhinged. Checklist 2012 offers concrete guidance on how to master the challenge of 2012.

About the author:
Dieter Broers, born in 1951, in his capacity as a biophysicist, has already been conducting research since the 1980ties in the field of frequency and regulation therapy. Among others, he headed an interdisciplinary research project funded by the Federal Ministry for Research and Technology, where he broke new scientific ground. The findings of the research group were used for the development of completely novel therapy devices, which marked the beginning of a new era in medical research. Altogether, Broers has been granted patents in 85 different countries. For his scientific achievements, Dieter Broers was invited to become a member of the International Council for Scientific Development (ICSD), whose members, among others, include 100 Nobel prize winners. From 1997, Dieter Broers has been acting as biophysics director within the ICSD and he is represented on the Committee for International Research Centres. The author lives and works in both Austria and Greece.

If you like to learn more about the changes in 2012 please read as well the
eBook "(R)Evolution 2012", available in your App-Store.


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