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Introduction and Chapter Summaries (35 pages)
Chapter 1 (Social Signs That a Shift Is Happening, 52 pages)
Chapter 2 (Scientific Framework for Understanding the Shift (I): Physics and Biology, 64 pages)
Chapter 3 (Scientific Framework for Understanding the Shift (II): Social Science and Direct Observation Using High Sense Perception, 69 pages)
Chapter 4 (Scientific Framework for Understanding the Shift (III): Direct Communication from Higher Dimensions, 36 pages)
Chapter 5 (Geophysical Signs that a Shift is Happening, not yet posted)
Chapter 6 (Understanding the Shift (I): The Game of Duality and the Possible Human, 36 pages)
Chapter 7 (Understanding the Shift (II): Time, Space, Great Cycles and the Positive Probable Timeline for Planet Earth, 50 pages)
Chapter 8 (Understanding the Shift (III): Something Amazing is Happening on Planet Earth, 45 pages)
Appendices A through C (88 pages):
Appendix A. Criteria for Evaluation Information About a Larger Reality
Appendix B. Kinesiology as a Means of Obtaining Information from Higher Dimensional Sources
Appendix C Prophecies of Catastrophic Earth Changes and Other Scary Things
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