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2013: Raising the Earth to the Next Vibration Paperback – April 27, 2010
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I wish he had been more selective about what to publish and what to leave out.
He seems to have included everything, and I do mean everything, that passed through his mind as he was writing, and never bothered to ask which items would be of interest or relevance to someone else, and which would not. I found myself wading through descriptions of social events that went badly because the hosts were too shallow and materialistic, diatribes directed at John McCain and Sarah Palin, (well-deserved perhaps but nothing new or particularly well-said) and while I could relate to his point of view and I even agree with him, I don't understand why he would include this stuff in this or any book or why I should want to read it.
Other parts of the book were completely incomphrehensible to me, partly because he referenced so many other works I hadn't read with little or no introduction or explanation, and partly because of his habit of stringing together about ten different metaphors in a single paragraph. We are legumes? That could be an interesting metaphor if I had a clue what he was getting at. Without more information this use of image only makes meaning less accessible.Read more ›
One of the author's voices sounds like he is channeling a National Geographic staffer, which is great if you like the "scientist trying to be artistic" tone, but which has always made me nauseous. (I won't even read National Geographic if it is the only magazine on the dentist's table.)
Above all, the title is misleading. 2013: Raising the Earth to the Next Vibration does not prepare you for what is actually a grab bag of note book jottings.
Some good editing could have tightened this book into something eminently readable. As it is - chop suey.
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I can't finish this. I am glad it only cost me a penny. This is a person who likes to use words just for the sake of using words, and then put them together in things that he calls... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
It really is alot of disconnected bits of thought. I felt like Richard was on a mind-altering substance and rambling away. Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by lezlie
2013: Raising the Earth to the Next Vibration comes from a spiritual writer gifted with a range of knowledge and insights into planes of consciousness and psychic opportunities to... Read morePublished on October 14, 2010 by Midwest Book Review