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Apocalipsis 2012: Un estudio sobre el fin de la civilizacion (Spanish Edition) (Spanish) Paperback – Bargain Price, July 1, 2008


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  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Rayo (July 1, 2008)
  • Language: Spanish
  • ISBN-10: 006156561X
  • ASIN: B005EP2LEE
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.3 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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“Joseph is a lively tour guide, introducing readers to Mayan shamans and Russian scientists with equal aplomb.” (Publishers Weekly )

About the Author

Lawrence E. Joseph es periodista y asesor cientÍfico. Actualmente ocupa la presidencia del directorio de la Aerospace Consulting Corporation en Albuquerque, New MÉxico. Ha colaborado en medios de prensa como el New York Times, Salon.com, Family Circle, Audubon y Discover. Vive en Beverly Hills, Estado Unidos.


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Date and place of birth

February 7, 1954 Danbury, Connecticut. But I was raised in Park Slope, Brooklyn, with which I most closely identify.

Current Residence

Beverly Hills, California, USA

Current position/Key Projects
Lawrence E. Joseph was formerly the chairman of an advanced plasma physics research and development company in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Key projects included the development of the the Vulcan Plasma Disintegrator, an ultra-high temperature (10,000 to 15,000 degrees K) furnace designed to completely dissociate highly toxic biological and chemical wastes, leaving no toxic residue.

Previous Works

Strawberry Fields Forever: John Lennon Remembered (Bantam Books, 1980) (co-writer). Written, typeset, printed and distributed twelve days after John Lennon's assassination, this Bantam "instant book" became a NY Times bestseller and was sold globally.

American Lifestyles for the 1980's (Packaged Facts, Inc., New York, NY 1981) This marketing study examined American social and cultural trends and projected their impact on the consumption of consumer goods throughout the 1980's.

Amerika, (Simon & Schuster, 1987) (co-writer). This novelization of the 14-hour ABC miniseries, on which I also served as creative editor, became a NY Times bestseller and was sold internationally.

Gaia: The Growth of an Idea (St. Martin's Press, hardcover, 1990, softcover, 1991) The book also came out in the United Kingdom (Penguin Arkana, 1991), Italy (Geo), Spain/Latin America (Cuatro Vientos) and Japan. More than any other project, this book, arising from my November, 1986 article on Gaia in The New York Times Magazine, has defined my career. Over the past twenty years, I have since written and lectured on the Gaia movement at UNCED, the 1992 United Nations "Earth Summit" in Rio de Janeiro, at two American Geophysical Union Chapman conferences on the Gaia Hypothesis (San Diego, 1988; Valencia, Spain, 2000) on Surtsey, the youngest island in the world, an ecological preserve at the southwestern tip of the Icelandic archipelago, New York City, Prague, Beirut and many other locations.

Common Sense: Why It's No Longer Common (Addison-Wesley, 1994) This book enabled me to pursue a brief career as a common sense consultant, with such clients as the United Nations Development Programme (assignment in Bogota, Colombia), and the American Society for Industrial Security.

Education

Stuyvesant High School, New York, NY 1967-1970
Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island B.A. 1970-1974
University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, California, 1975-1977, graduate studies, teaching assistant, in literature

Previous Positions

Editor, Charleston Poetic Review, Charleston, South Carolina, 1978
Chief Marketing Writer, Packaged Facts, Inc, New York, NY 1980-1990
Chairman of the Board, Aerospace Consulting Corporation (AC2), Albuquerque, New Mexico, April, 2005 to present. (I first joined the company in 1995, and have been a member of the board since 2003).

Professional, Academic, or Fraternal Organization Membership

Writer's Guild of America, 1986-present PEN American Center, 1990-present

Honors, Awards, and Prizes

1987, 1988: Summer residencies at Fondation Karolyi, an artistic foundation in Vence, France.
1992: Major grant from Gaiaship Foundation, Oslo, Norway

Magazines, Newspapers and Professional Journals

The New York Times (Sunday magazine, Op-Ed, Travel)
Salon.com
Family Circle
Audubon
Art News
Discover
Diversion

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By victoriano b. alvarez on November 30, 2011
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This book is a fiasco. The information is not relevant and has no technical back up.
The author used a tricky name to make money on the 2012 rumors of the End of Days.
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2012 El Hombre Que Cambió las Profecías Mayas (Spanish Edition)
Los mayas lo sabían hace miles de años, 21 de Diciembre de 2012, ¿Fin o evolución?
En esta historia Ghia, un ser extraterrestre, advierte a la Tierra, a través de Jorge, sobre el fin del mundo, su versión coincide con el anuncio que hacen las Profecías Mayas respecto del fin del mundo el 21 de diciembre de 2012, día en que termina el calendario Maya; pero lo más importante es que Ghia le muestra a Jorge cómo cambiar estas profecías para cada uno individualmente.
La 2da. Profecía Maya afirma que "los hombres que cambien su comportamiento y se sincronicen con el planeta, neutralizarán para ellos los cambios drásticos que describen las siguientes profecías"
Habrá entonces dos dimensiones, una positiva y una negativa, unos vivirán la destrucción y otros evolucionarán.
2012 Cómo Cambiar las Profecías Mayas
La historia que usted deseaba leer, de forma simple y clara, para encontrar esas respuestas que mejorarán su YO interior y sus relaciones con sus seres queridos y con los demás. Un mensaje de una originalidad que muy probablemente nunca haya recibido y que renovará el resto de su vida.
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