A Profecia Celestina
Publish date: 1998
Publisher: Casa das Letras
Pages no: 301
Edition language: Portuguese
Series: Celestine Prophecy (#1)
See review at Book Haunt
If you can see past the words, this book is amazing!
It appears at first glance, that The Celestine Prophecy is based on tricks that the human mind plays on itself; described best by illutionist Derren Brown in his book, "Tricks Of The Mind."... Particularly worthy of note is the illusion of extraordinary coincidence which occurs when someone calls y...
If I'd ever smoked, I'd say this had the potency and the smell of skunk. Amazed it didn't emit a magical, foul miasma, not only because it was flammable plastic, but it seems, according to another top review, that Redfield was advocating for a payment-for-energy exchange, through mail-order forms at...
One of the all time success stories for new age/spiritual growth books, even with it originally being self-published. This book went from obscurity to becoming a widely read and recognized books in this category. The book is based on an adventure to find an ancient manuscript, found in Peru, that ou...
Share this Book