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Time of the Quickening: Prophecies for the Coming Utopian Age

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Martinez presents a guide to the science of prophecy, why so many predictions never come to pass, and the Golden Age ahead. She reveals that we are not headed for Rapture and the Apocalypse but for "the Quickening," the embryonic stage of a Utopian Age. Brief Description: This book reveals...

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Martinez presents a guide to the science of prophecy, why so many predictions never come to pass, and the Golden Age ahead. She reveals that we are not headed for Rapture and the Apocalypse but for "the Quickening," the embryonic stage of a Utopian Age.
Brief Description:
This book reveals a 12,000-year-old Egyptian system of prediction based not on the planets but on Earth's magnetic rhythms. It shows that our current "time of troubles" is the embryonic stage of a Utopian Age--the "Quickening" of the human race.

Review Quotes:
." . . an excellent book, expertly written . . ."--Donald R. Morse, DDS, Ph.D., "The Journal of Spirituality and Paranormal Studies", July 2011

Biographical Note:
Susan B. Martinez, Ph.D., is a writer, linguist, teacher, paranormal researcher, and recognized authority on the Oahspe Bible with a doctorate in anthropology from Columbia University. The author of "The Psychic Life of Abraham Lincoln" and "The Hidden Prophet," she is the book review editor for the Academy of Spirituality and Paranormal Studies. She lives in Clayton, Georgia.

Table of Contents:

Introduction
1 The Prophetic Numbers
2 A Test Case: The Twin Towers
3 The United States of Amnesia
4 This Ole World
5 The Quickening
6 Dividing of the Way
7 A Great Common Tenderness
8 World Village
9 Are You Ready for 2013?
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Jacket Description/Back:
SPIRITUALITY / PROPHECY "The Time of the Quickening is not just a well-written, entertaining read. It is a great antidote for the doomsday hysteria that we may fall prey to during these times of change." --Christopher Dunn, author of The Giza Power Plant and Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt Reviewing the cycles of history from biblical times to the present and prophecies of the future from Nostradamus to Edgar Cayce and Jeane Dixon, Susan B. Martinez reveals that our current "time of troubles" is not the beginning of the Rapture, the Apocalypse, or Armageddon but of the embryonic stage of a Utopian Age--the "Quickening" of the human race. Reviving the lost science of prophecy, Martinez explains why so many "great prophecies" have failed and presents the 12,000-year-old Egyptian system of prediction that is so exact it can foretell every day of the year, a method based not on the planets, astrology, or intuition but on Earth's magnetic rhythms. Using Earth science, historical research, religious texts, spiritualism, and patterns within the cycles of war and political milestones, she demonstrates that the past is the hidden key to the future and uncovers the prophetic numbers of Earth's cycles--11, 33, 99, and 363--as set forth in the Egyptian Tables of Destiny, ancient texts brought to light by the 19th-century Oahspe Bible. Explaining how readers can use the Tables of Destiny to make their own predictions of the future, she presents her own forecasts of the risks and costs of technological progress, the destiny of America, the up-and-coming global religion, the truth behind climate change and the cause of earthquakes, and the true life expectancy of planet Earth as well as offering a preview of the Paradigm Shift and Golden Age ahead, a time of global unity and awakening of the soul of the world. SUSAN B. MARTINEZ, Ph.D., is a writer, linguist, teacher, paranormal researcher, and recognized authority on the Oahspe Bible with a doctorate in anthropology from Columbia University. The author of The Psychic Life of Abraham Lincoln and The Hidden Prophet, she is the book review editor for the Academy of Spirituality and Paranormal Studies. She lives in Clayton, Georgia.

Review Quotes:
." . . an excellent book, expertly written . . ."

Review Quotes:
." . . what is interesting is that she demonstrates that anyone can be a prophet. All it takes is research and an appreciation for a handful of sacred numbers."

Review Quotes:
""The Time of the Quickening" is not just a well-written, entertaining read. It is a great antidote for the doomsday hysteria that we may fall prey to during these times of change."

Review Quotes:
"Her [Susan Martinez] takes on our past and her forecasts for our future, e.g., on America's destiny, the world economy and climate change, make this a system to be taken seriously."

Review Quotes:
"New age collections will find this a fine survey offering an alternative prophecy process."

Review Quotes:
"Susan Martinez has a way of discovering the spiritual connection in history and linking it with rare books, documents, and events. She is one of the best historical researchers I have ever known, and this book is a wealth of information. You may not agree with everything in it, but you will enjoy reading every sentence and it will stimulate your thinking. I highly recommend this book."

Review Quotes:
"Susan Martinez has given us a masterful and enlightening treatment of prophecy past, present and future, with a welcome twist of hope!"

Review Quotes:
." . . an excellent book, expertly written . . ." --Donald R. Morse, DDS, Ph.D., The Journal of Spirituality and Paranormal Studies, July 2011

Review Quotes:
"In her book "The Time of the Quickening", Susan B. Martinez has shared with her readers an impressive body of work regarding the art of prophecy. In addition, she has presented a unique and uplifting message of hope in a world gone awry."
A guide to the science of prophecy, why so many predictions never come to pass, and the Golden Age ahead
- Presents a mathematical means of divining the future, revealed in the Oahspe Bible, using the Egyptian Tables of Destiny, a 12,000-year-old system so exact it can foretell every day of the year
- Reveals that we are not headed for Rapture and the Apocalypse but for "the Quickening," the embryonic stage of a Utopian Age
- Examines the cycles of history and explains why many prophecies have not come true
Reviewing the cycles of history from biblical times to the present and prophecies of the future from Nostradamus to Edgar Cayce and Jeane Dixon, Susan B. Martinez reveals that our current "time of troubles" is not the beginning of Rapture, the Apocalypse, or Armageddon, but of the embryonic stage of a Utopian Age--the "Quickening" of the human race. Reviving the lost science of prophecy, Martinez explains why so many "great prophecies" have failed and presents the 12,000-year-old Egyptian system of prediction so exact it can foretell every day of the year, a method based not on the planets, astrology, or intuition but on Earth's magnetic rhythms.
Using Earth science, historical research, religious texts, spiritualism, and patterns within the cycles of war and political milestones, she demonstrates that the past is the hidden key to the future and uncovers the prophetic numbers of Earth's cycles--11, 33, 99, and 363--as set forth in the Egyptian Tables of Destiny, ancient texts brought to light by the 19th-century Oahspe Bible. Explaining how readers can use the Tables of Destiny to make their own predictions of the future, she presents her own forecasts of the risks and costs of technological progress, the destiny of America, the up-and-coming global religion, the truth behind climate change and the cause of earthquakes, and the true life expectancy of planet Earth as well as offering a preview of the Paradigm Shift and Golden Age ahead, a time of global unity and awakening of the soul of the world.

Contributor Bio: Martinez, Susan B
Susan B. Martinez, Ph.D., earned her doctorate in anthropology at Columbia University, where she also served as lecturer in ethnolinguistics. She is the book review editor at the Academy of Spiritual and Consciousness Studies and the author of "The Psychic Life of Abraham Lincoln", "The Hidden Prophet", "Time of the Quickening", and "The Lost History of the Little People". A contributor to "Forbidden Science" and "Darklore", her work also appears in "Atlantis Rising", "FATE", and "New Dawn" magazines. She lives in Clayton, Georgia.

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