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Timewave 2013 : the future is now, the odyssey II.

Rose, Sharron. (Added Author). Argüelles, José, 1939-2011 (Added Author). Braden, Gregg. (Added Author). Eisler, Riane Tennenhaus. (Added Author). Henry, William. (Added Author). Houston, Jean. (Added Author). Jenkins, John Major. (Added Author). Levine, Rick, 1949- (Added Author). McKenna, Dennis J., 1950- (Added Author). Pinchbeck, Daniel. (Added Author). Stray, Geoff. (Added Author). Strieber, Whitley (Added Author). Villoldo, Alberto. (Added Author). Weidner, Jay. (Added Author).
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  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (1 video file (approximately 88 min.)) : sound, color
  • Publisher: [United States] : Gaiam TV : 2008.

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Restrictions on Access Note:
Digital content provided by hoopla.
Creation/Production Credits Note:
Directed by Sharron Rose.
Participant or Performer Note:
Featuring: Jose Arguelles, Greg Braden, Riane Eisler, William Henry, Jean Houston, John Major Jenkins, Rick Levine, Dennis McKenna, Daniel Pinchbeck, Geoff Stray, Whitley Strieber, Alberto Villoldo, Jay Weidner.
Summary, etc.:
The sequel to the very popular film 2012 The Odyssey is a beautiful, informative film, shot partly on location in the Sacred Valley of Peru which speaks to the transformative nature of the times in which we live and the critical issues that we face.They discuss topics such as the shift of the ages, the galactic alignment, global warming, the pervasive role of the media in our lives, the secret place of refuge, the mystic work of Benjamin Franklin, renewal of the American spirit and the transformation of humanity. While firmly based in a rich perspective on our past history, and a new understanding of the nature of the times we live in, Timewave 2013 offers a clear, yet positive vision of what is to come.
Target Audience Note:
Not rated.
System Details Note:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Prophecies (Occultism)
Future life.
Shamanism.
Peru

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