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If you ever wondered, “Gosh, I wish I could help change the world and make a difference,” well, this tells you how. Take a peek into 7 strategic targets to reform global societies and accelerate human social evolution. Then, decide if you want to be a part of all this.
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An eye-opening philosophy for the newly emerging world, it reveals how a hidden demographic spread out around the world can alter our future. Arranged into two sections, Our Currency and Our Change, you’ll start with information about ancient mariners who incarnate to create change on the planet and then get wind of a system to better understand why people see the world with so many different viewpoints and priorities. Everything erupting all over the world suddenly makes sense after you read all this.
In Part Two, you’ll discover how you can switch things up in today’s societies to accelerate a transformation that leads to an eventual path to peace and the launch of an advanced human civilization, but we must act now to help this unfold. When you find out just where the author got her information, you’ll see how the potential for mankind to advance takes on a new dimension.
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The book arrived at 1650 and I skidded reluctantly to a halt on the last page at a quarter past seven…”–W. Mitchell
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