Earth in Ascension

Earth In Ascension

Earth in Ascension is dedicated to all the awakening World Servers. You are making a difference by simply being.

This book is about the past, present and future of planet Earth and the role humans will play in her progress. There were an are incomprehensible numbers of people who want to be here at this momentous time. Of all those who asked to participate in the birthing of Gaia into the next dimension, you were chosen! And because you are among the first to awaken, you will be the future teachers and healers. This book has many techniques and helpful hints to help you evolve into your radiant God-self.

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2 thoughts on “Earth in Ascension

  1. What will replace them? The same medium that already killed off the encyclopedia, the telephone directory and the atlas: the Web. For your regular linear fiction novel, or even readable tomes of non-fiction, a no-frills PDF does the job just fine and Lonely Planet has been selling its travel guidebooks and phrasebooks a chapter at a time, no DRM or other silliness, as PDFs for years now . For more complicated, interactive, Web-like stuff, throw away the artificial shackles of ePub and embrace the full scope of HTML5, already supported by all major browsers and usable right now by several billion people. (Check out the Financial Times web app for a sneak preview of what’s already possible.) Chuck in offline support, an embryonic but increasingly usable core part of HTML5, and you can even read the “book” (website) offline.

  2. The highly social nature of the web therefore makes it highly susceptible to, for example, sensationalized, low-quality information with the sole merit of being popular. Libraries, in contrast, provide quality control in the form of a stopgap. Only information that is carefully vetted is allowed in. Libraries are likely to stay separate from the internet, even if they can be found online. Therefore, it is extremely important that libraries remain alive and well, as a counterpoint to the fragile populism of the web.