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  • Daniel L. Sweet "slant" - a true prspective

    Many different books have been written about the ambiguous "mayan Prophecy" about the "Doom and gloom"angle,this book stands out as a true
    study of the Mayan "end of time" scenario, looking at the phenomenon from a different viewpoint.Mr. Pinchbeck takes a look at a myriad number
    of events approaching,not from a doomsday angle, but of forces at work on various movements and events from an angle of enlightenment caused
    by people being brought together,and increasing awareness of a need to come together in the interests of peace-people every where being forced to deal
    with a solution that involves heeding ideas that compel us to work toward peaceful,co-operative standpoint.Of events from many angles,from the star's
    configurations to holistic methods of health and crises that may force people to reason together,and understand that what is happening on all these
    fronts to begin a time of peace,sharing,and honesty about how we treat the world and each other.As the pressures increase,it becomes apparent that much of what will happen is up to us-as spiritual groups and in the individual hearts.These events could cause disaster.Not from earthquakes&floods,but from our own selfishness and isolation.
    Will it it end up in more wars and hatred,or,as quetzalcoatl draws closer,in mutual compassion and support for each other,thus realising that the fate of this world
    is truly,in our hands.So,do we run and hide,or embrace these changes,so we can unite on a deeply spiritual level.
    the many,sometimes subtle events examined could go either way,but its us who will determine the outcome.read the book-you may find that you are focusing on the wrong
    interpretations.
    the author Demonstrates that perhaps we are being forced to give in and support each other in constructive new paradigms that can transform the world for the better,instead of
    freaking out about natural disasters,that are only interpretations by people ruled by fear and paranoia.Give it a read,and ponder.What changes in the world are you focusing
    on.Either way the results will be heavy.Let's just hope we can achieve a united humanity.It's a great study and read about us all.I hope that Quetzalcoatl is proud of what
    he finds when he does get here(I hope he is).So,read it=you'll see.

  • E. Smith - Truly Amazing!

    This product really is amazing - it really works! I've never suffered horribly bad breath, but have had occasional bouts with it (typically when I'm super busy, don't eat right, and am drinking lots of coffee), and have the "typical" morning breath. Essentially my breath is probably "average". When I first purchased this I really had no idea what it was, it was on sale, and I was sick of the marginal mouthwashes at the drugstore. I don't really care for the typical drugstore mouthwash and the ingredient list in most of them is pretty horrible. I decided to try TheraBreath. The instructions on the back of the bottle are very elaborate, i.e. rinse twice, brush with their toothpaste, dip your floss in TheraBreath. I thought all that was way too much - it'd add another 5 minutes onto my morning routine! I simply decided to replace my typical mouthwash with TheraBreath - and that was it. The first time I tried it I liked it, it was just slightly minty and very neutral in flavor. By the third day I couldn't believe what a difference this mouthwash made! My mouth and breath felt fresh and clean all day long! Morning breath was significantly reduced too! I'd just been using it with my normal brushing routine, once in the morning and once in the evening. At this point I wanted to learn more about the product and what was in it. I spent some time reading TheraBreath's website and reviews on the Internet. I've been a diehard fan ever since.

    People with "average" breath probably don't require the elaborate routine recommended on the bottle. I don't. The product IS expensive, but it's worth it. I keep my eye out for sales and stock up (review the expiration date so you'll know how long you can keep it around - most of my bottles have a expiration date a year or two out). TheraBreath also has sales twice a year where you can stock up at a price per bottle that is less than half of retail. I highly recommend this product!