New York Times bestselling author David Wilcock unlocks the key to a universal life force that is influencing and guiding humanity toward enlightenment.
The Source Field Investigations was a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestseller that uncovered hidden science and lost prophecies to illuminate an entirely new understanding of our world today. In his new book, The Synchronicity Key, Wilcock embarks on an astonishing investigation into what lies beyond this new understanding of our how our universe works—finding proof that everything in our lives is not only connected, it all influences everything else.
Using history, astrology, and synchronicity theory as well as concepts such as microgravitational structuring, spiritual geometry, quantum physics, and other new research, Wilcock shows that there is a hidden architecture within time, guiding individuals and nations through a system of enlightenment Joseph Campbell called the Hero’s Journey. Historical events occur in shockingly precise, repeating cycles of time as a result. Once we understand and identify the hidden laws governing the fates of individuals and nations through seemingly random “synchronicity,” we are left with a remarkable blueprint of how best to lead our lives in this seemingly uncertain and confusing world.
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Singular. Superb. Outstanding.
Highly recommended. This book is required reading for anyone who is concerned about the preservation of all life and has dedicated at least a part of their life to improving the conditions for our basic existence. It is a culturally significant book and will satisfy the interest of just about anyone and at any stage of their evolution. Expertly written. Beautifully laid out. Comprehensively referenced. I eagerly anticipate the ripples of good fortune that are sure to follow in the wake of this epic work and am baited for his next breathtaking work.
Carl Jung re-hashed
In researching various aspects of the holographic nature of the universe, I was willing to suspend disbelief and follow Wilcox's repetitive ramblings up to a point -- but inserting a personal political agenda as evidence of synchronicity is finally just absurd. It's not that the subject is so vast; Wilcox simply tries to throw everything into the pot, then interpret the resulting "stew" according to his own tastes and perspectives. Apparently you can get the "gist" of the book from a few how-to books on screenwriting and the Law of One that he constantly quotes like Scripture. Sorry. I'm disappointed.