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"2012 The Return of Quetzalcoatl" by Daniel Penchbeck

 
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10/11/2006 12:21 AM

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"2012 The Return of Quetzalcoatl" by Daniel Penchbeck
Wow, I am kinda pissed that I waded through nearly 400 pages of endless verbosity and hyperbole to find out THE AUTHOR HIMSELF BELIEVES HE IS QUETZALCOATL RETURNED....what nerve! And all about his sexual conquests, failing domestic partnership, and epiphanies of sexual revolution...

There were a few gold nuggets in there, but not worth ALL THAT....GEESH!
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10/11/2006 12:23 AM
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Nothing unsual will happen in 2012, except that a lot of grape kool-aid will be flowing and we'll get rid of a lot of undesireables.
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10/11/2006 12:24 AM
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Re: "2012 The Return of Quetzalcoatl" by Daniel Penchbeck
REALLY NOW?
D.P. THINKS HE IS Q?
TOO MUCH PEYOTE, PERHAPS?



BUT WAS IT WORTH THE READ? stfu
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10/11/2006 12:26 AM

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Well, he did suggest that we rethink our Calander, and measurements of time, to more accurately portray our connection to the cosmos.....

That was interesting
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10/11/2006 12:27 AM
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My friend got a copy of a book on that subject, it was medium green in color and mostly plain on the jacket, the title was really small. Was that the same book you have? Hope he's not too disappointed. I'll have to ask him about it.
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10/11/2006 12:30 AM

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Yes, Peyote and other Hallucinogens played a major role in this major assumption of his....

I just put down the book, I will have to say, it is not worth the read, even for scholars on the subject....a lot of it is projection, grandiosity.

If you do read it, plan on skipping through most of it. He saves his short few pages of channeling Quetzalcoatl for the last few pages of the book....and unfortunately, we learn nothing new, it has all been said before.
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10/11/2006 12:31 AM

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Yes, same book....it has a pic of a crop circle on it....
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10/11/2006 12:32 AM
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I read daniels first book "breaken open the head" which I thought was a fantastic read. I was really looking forward to this new one..is it really htat bad?
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10/11/2006 12:34 AM
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Re: "2012 The Return of Quetzalcoatl" by Daniel Penchbeck
twirl

yep a little ttoo much celibrity
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10/11/2006 12:41 AM

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Hawk,

I would consider reading "breaking open the head" myself since he seems to be a pioneer in fitting peices of the prophetic puzzle together....

I would only suggest if one is diligently searching for that "missing puzzle peice" on combining prophetic messages from diverse places...would you want to devour this book in it's entirity...It might possibly have that one gold nugget you are looking for....but you have to wade through so much....


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10/11/2006 12:48 AM
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Hawk,

I would consider reading "breaking open the head" myself since he seems to be a pioneer in fitting peices of the prophetic puzzle together....

I would only suggest if one is diligently searching for that "missing puzzle peice" on combining prophetic messages from diverse places...would you want to devour this book in it's entirity...It might possibly have that one gold nugget you are looking for....but you have to wade through so much....


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 Quoting: Quetzalcoatl

Breaking open the head is an awesome book, one of the main reasons why I went to peru this year to drink ayahuasca with shamans in the rainforest. I will read his new book, but after reading your review ny expectations are a little lower. I apprecaite your thoughts.
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10/11/2006 12:51 AM

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Hawk,

After you read it, I would be interested in your take on the book, so please PM me if you feel so inclined.


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10/11/2006 12:58 AM
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The book is garbage!

I'm glad I didn't buy it.

I read few pages at the bookstore. neener
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10/11/2006 01:17 AM
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O.P.,

I haven't read the book you are refering to. But I have had similar revelations as the author is elluding to based on your descriptions.

Quezalcoatl is very much equivalent to 'Christ' which is to return to earth at the end times. In my own personal revelations I too recognized myself as 'Christ' and as such resposible for the redemption of mankind.

In light of modern physics and especially quantum mechanics, it is hard not to shrug off the responsibility that 'I' (or you, as the subjective witness) am the one who chooses the fate of history on earth.

Perhaps the author recognized himself as such but failed to recognize that YOU are the Quezalcoatl of YOUR OWN PERSONAL UNIVERSE?
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10/11/2006 01:27 AM
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O.P.,

I haven't read the book you are refering to. But I have had similar revelations as the author is elluding to based on your descriptions.

Quezalcoatl is very much equivalent to 'Christ' which is to return to earth at the end times. In my own personal revelations I too recognized myself as 'Christ' and as such resposible for the redemption of mankind.

In light of modern physics and especially quantum mechanics, it is hard not to shrug off the responsibility that 'I' (or you, as the subjective witness) am the one who chooses the fate of history on earth.

Perhaps the author recognized himself as such but failed to recognize that YOU are the Quezalcoatl of YOUR OWN PERSONAL UNIVERSE?
 Quoting: Source 153439

thats a really interesting take. I have at times felt "christ like", hard to explain...
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10/11/2006 01:28 AM
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Re: "2012 The Return of Quetzalcoatl" by Daniel Penchbeck
Hawk,

After you read it, I would be interested in your take on the book, so please PM me if you feel so inclined.


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 Quoting: Quetzalcoatl

sounds good, I will try to buy teh book this week and give it read and I will let you know my thoughts.. like I said I reccomend his other book. But my favorite book of all time is Mckennas "food of the gods", changed my life.
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10/11/2006 04:02 AM
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Re: "2012 The Return of Quetzalcoatl" by Daniel Penchbeck
breaking open the head was a fantastic book,which I find myself going back to. I do however regret buying 2012-at first i thought maybe I was misreading or skimmed too many pages when I came to the part where he ruminated about being Quetzalcoatl-hopefully he will become more centered as time goes on. pennywise





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