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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful
on December 12, 1999
An excellent book, similar to it's predecessors, Messages from Michael, More Messages from Michael, and Michael's People. The layout of the book is someone different in that little asides and joking comments have now been added (in parenthesis) in the midst of many of Michael's dialogues. The information is still top-notch, however, the comments are unnecessary and distracting. That is the only 'peeve' I have with regards to this book. This is the first Michael book that Ms. Yarbro has published since Michael's People, back in the early 80's. The perspective is a little more fresh and current and easier to apply to today's ever-changing world. An excellent book, even without the benefit of having read any of the prior Michael material (although, it makes for MUCH easier reading and understanding if you have prior knowledge)
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on July 27, 2006
This is the second book I've read on the "Michael material" (the first being Messages from Michael), and I have to say that it provides much food for thought.

I found that, because of where this book starts, it's important to read at least the first "Michael" book before this one - as the first one provides an in depth look at certain ideas that need to be grasped before this material will make much sense.

"Michael for the Millennium" explores many different topics including: the various possibilities relatd to the future of our planet, reincarnation, life & death, relationships, the power of personal & global choice, and much, much more.

Overall, I would recommend this book to anyone interested in the "Michael" materials - it has much to offer. An open mind is a must...
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on July 6, 2005
A must for Michael fans, other's should read the first books in the series to get a feel for the format, and the complexity of our lives. It's not for the entrenched mind. An interesting, food for thought, exploration, into the how's and why's of everyday life among the savages. Us! Michael helps make sense of an insane world if you can take the time to ponder on the subject, go for it. Caution: All channeled material is subject to minor errors but can be easily corrected by cross reference, it's worth a few sour notes to have the wisdom of Michael.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 3, 2014
"Michael for the Millennium" contains amazing information on various topics. I took great interest in Chapter 1, in which the Michael entity talks about overpopulation being the greatest threat to the planet. In Chapter 6, in answer to the question "Will Michael discuss how reincarnation works in terms of human evolution?", the Michael entity gives a few details (occupation, marital status, cause of death, for example) of each human life experienced by six different souls, one of each essence - Slave (109 lives so far), Artisan (129), Warrior (123), Scholar (127), Sage (125), Priest (127), King (116). For these souls, life on the physical plane started over 5000 years ago and totals 2000 to 3000+ years so far. Most lives were short as many individuals did not survive childhood or died as young adults due to the harshness of living conditions and because most illnesses and accidents were fatal in the absence of advanced medicine. Despite the fact that most often the individuals did not reach mature age, their souls managed to burn karma and evolve from one cycle to the next (Infant Soul, Baby Soul, Young Soul, Mature Soul, Old Soul). According to Michael, no life is better or worse than any other; all lives are as apt to be filled with insight and intimacy; evolution occurs when the insights are recognized. Experience is above all what appears to matter. I was struck by the tremendous suffering that all endured and sometimes wonder if the Creator (the Tao) is aware of the magnitude of human suffering.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 28, 2009
As a student of the Michael Teaching for 25 years off and on, I found that I read this book whenever I had a chance (which is rare for me) although I read widely.
The topics expand "Michael"'s ideas to social commentary on many fronts. An excellent book for those interested in more from Michael.
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on October 22, 2013
The information in this book is grand and most helpful. However, a whole 1/3 of the book is a recitation of lives for each of the soul ages and 7 levels within each. Kinda like reading all the begats in the bible! It is okay in the context regarding no life being more important than another, and how lives end, but after a few pages, one gets it...or at least I did. But I loved the rest of the book and am glad to have read it, and to have it to refer to, as well.
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on March 29, 2013
The first half of this book covers some new ground, explaining difficult concepts introduced in the earlier books. While the life reviews were interesting, only two or three were really needed, not the dozens covered in this book, which was not extremely useful since the personalities are presumably unknown to the reader. It is like flipping through the family album of a stranger.
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