- Paperback: 282 pages
- Publisher: Your Own World Books (January 1, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1597721808
- ISBN-13: 978-1597721806
- Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 0.6 x 9.7 inches
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Crossing the Cusp: Surviving the Edgar Cayce Pole Shift Paperback – January 1, 2011
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Crossing the Cusp uses a crop circle for both for it's cover and to interpret the future flyby of our sun's dark twin, called Nemisis. Masters explains through drawings, what exactly the crop circle means, but I was a bit lost on some of the symbols. What I can sees in an obvious solar system with objects coming from outside it, possibly to intersect with it.
Considering today's strange weather patterns and horrific natural disasters, which seem to be coming at us harder, and faster than in all of recorded history, maybe Masters has a point with his theory. All the talk about global warming feels like just another way for those in control to make us feel guilty about driving our big SUVs and living our modern and convenient lives. Those who aren't taken in by the political drivel, know that we could have SUVs that get a hundred miles to the gallon if those in power wanted to have it be so. But quilting the unsuspecting public is so much more fun apparently, so we're made to feel that if the sky is falling and than it has to be our fault.
As Masters points out in his book, this twin sun's flyby is cyclical and has happened many times in the past. In fact, Moses seemed to have known about it ahead of time, and that's how he browbeat the Egyptians into letting the Hebrews leave. Masters also points out that a previous flyby of the twin is what took out Atlantis which is also the Noah story. This dark twin has planets revolving around it, one of them being Planet X or Nibiru as told in the 12 Planet series by Zacharia Stitchin.
I really enjoyed Masters pointing out the the definition of meek has been changed since the twelfth century, going from the meaning of courteous, gentle, and kind, to today's definition of compliant, cowed submissiveness, docile, spineless, spiritless, and tame. It's as if someone couldn't change the passage in the Bible that says that the meek shall inherit the Earth, so they changed the meaning of meek instead. Now to be called meek is an insult instead of a compliment.
Masters said he'd had a spiritual awakening by way of a vision quest and shares with us the 12 readings he received. These 12 readings are worth the price of the book. There's so much information in them that it's hard to put it in just a few sentences, so you'll just have to read them for yourself.
The last part of the book is about how to get ready for the breakdown of civilization in practical way. From getting together with like-minded people, to what kind of gun and hammer to buy, or to how to set up a perimeter.
Whether you buy into Master's theory or not, change is in the air, reflected in the craziness that people are acting upon, to the strange weather, and birds dropping out of the air. And as Winston Churchill once said: If you want to see the future, look far into the past.
If you are skeptical, you can risk waiting to corroborate the content as late as a pre-coursor Mid-October event. By then, you may only be able to gather left-overs, as the realizations becomes reality at breakneck speed, and competition for resources take away your choices and peace of mind. In the meantime, checkout forecasts by Cliff High and Ed Dames, in addition to Marshall Masters, and start making some decisions you are willing to live with.
says herein did not seem to apply...but it was interesting as an analysis of cropcircles -- particularly the one
shown on the cover. As some of us know, the magnetic pole shift IS under way and sliding down into Siberia
by now... and with the melting of the polar icecaps, and weakening of the geomagnetic field around Earth,
we may be headed for another ice age. It has a certain historical interest as far as predictive cropcircles go...