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Repetitive information, lots of waffle, irrelevant information and alot of talking about himself, with promises throughout of ground breaking new data further on in the book which never really comes off.
I'd give it one star, but then I think it might be useful for people who are new to this kind of thing, hence the 3 stars.
If you are looking for a deep, riveting, eye-opening read that is intellectually stirring, this is not for you.
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Interested in science?
Interested in our world?
This book is so relevant for our time. As a retired biology teacher interested in spirituality this book contains volumes of information that speaks to me. I feel it's ring of truth for today. It's most difficult to keep pace with the massive volume of information present today. I am synthesizing as I progress trying to derive meaning from all the "apparent" chaos.
This guy is very good... he uses science to help us catch up so that some of the major problems facing humanity today may have a different point of reference based on the newest science fact. Paradigm shift might be an appropriate term. We are living in a huge lag time for scientific information. We are teaching out dated information and it's that information that keeps us bound in a time that is no longer functional for humanities healthiest survival.
For science people, math people and people interested in the latest truth from a scientific point of view.
For instance: Chimps have 48 chromosomes we have 46 it seems that there has been 2 chromosomes that have fused to make one for us. I found that most interesting. Especially how he reflects upon this information. The "truth" that DNA codes one code=one protein, no longer a truth. Just 2 of the facts he has woven into the fabric of this book. This just speaks volumes to me, personally, about how we cling to our out dated information. You know, as humans, we have a tendency to "own" our information. We are so fearful of being duped. We strive for the "truth" of it all many times kicking and screaming as we fear we might lose our hold on "our" truths.
A quote from Gregg Braden's newest book just released, "Deep Truth"
"We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom. The world henceforth will be run by synthesizers, people able to put together the right information at the right time" This is a quote attributed to evolutionary biologist E. O. Wilson.
I highly recommend this book, Gregg Braden is a geologist/explorer and a synthesizer.
He brings to light much of the newest information and how it reflects on our world.
It's easy to read. If he uses the difficult science jargon he goes on to explain what it means in easy to understand terms. Gregg Braden is truly a "Deep Truth" thinker. I applaud his gift of synthesizing information for us during a very pivotal crucial time.
If you doubt this degree of divide exists among us, you have only to read the amount of angry polarization expressed in the book reviews that are posted here. As the author has eloquently expressed in "Deep Truth" -- The problems that currently exist have brought our world to the precipice of a major fork in its future. Moreover, the window of opportunity for us to make a well-reasoned, collective choice for the correct path to follow is narrow and rapidly closing. If we do not act fast the window will close and our fate will become sealed to the detriment of all intelligent beings. Contrary to the misguided-uninformed claims made by some of the reviewers here, this book is NOT "New Age." It is brutally harsh, honest-reality. It is firmly rooted in established science. Ignoring the significance of the case this book makes for the need to re-evaluate, modify and teach our understanding of history, evolution and the current world paradigm mandated by the modern Establishment will result in the collapse of civilization. The choice before us is no less critical and significant then the series of events that led to the medieval Dark Ages. Read this book. Send copies to anyone you know who has an open mind and a genuine interest in making a personal contribution to the future of humanity during their lifetime. I have spent 40 years of research and study in the subjects of discussion in this book. The information must be disseminated and adopted by a wider world-audience if we are to survive. It truly is that important.
Robert Steven Thomas (author of INTELLIGENT INTERVENTION)
From the book:
"Deep Truth One: Our ability to defuse the crises threatening our lives and our world hinges upon our willingness to accept what science is revealing about our origins and history."
It's sounding like the book wants us to follow science the way folks followed the church for centuries and that resulted in the Dark Ages. Science is still clinging with white knuckles to the linear evolution, 'we are the best ever', crossing the Siberian land bridge, and all that malarkey. And just because some studies are bucking the trend does not mean you should give your power away to ANY institution to just follow blindly. In this book you are not being taught how to think. If you want to pickup a deep truth it is this, to thine own self be true, trust your own insights, not papers (or books) written by others who have agenda (or books) to sell.
Is it a deep truth to realize that science and government are not disclosing what they really know about our past or anything else really? Nope. If there is money to be made or other agendas to fulfill then truth will be kept under tight wraps. The Disclosure Project, Graham Hancock, David Wilcock, and especially Nassim Haremein, all point to deeper conclusions. Collating some of your own conclusions by reading others research neither constitutes a good book or deep truth.
"Deep Truth 3: The key to addressing the crises threatening our survival lies in building partnerships based upon mutual aid and cooperation to adapt to the changes, rather than in pointing fingers and assigning blame, which makes such vital alliances difficult."
Ok, that's better, but is that a 'Deep Truth'? Didn't your mother teach you that growing up? When I think Deep Truth, I think universal truth.
There is no deep truth in this book. This book is some kind of preachy manifesto as to what is wrong from the viewpoint of science intersecting social trends. This isn't even in the authors core audience demographic. If the book is trying to make a socio-political statement then the title needs to be more specific like 'My ideas for making the world a better place'. You are not getting into deep truths in this book. At it's best the highest talk in this book is kinda like a light advertisement from mega trend books from 1980s like Future Shock, The Third Wave, and Megatrends: Ten New Directions Transforming Our Lives.
"Deep Truth 2: The reluctance of the mainstream educational systems to reflect new discoveries and explore new theories keeps us stuck in obsolete beliefs that fail to address the greatest crises of human history."
From Future Shock (back in 1984): "It would be a mistake to assume that the present-day educational system is unchanging. On the contrary, it is undergoing rapid change. But much of this change is no more than an attempt to refine the existing machinery, making it ever more proficient in the pursuit of obsolete goals. The rest is a kind of Brownian motion, self-canceling, incoherent, directionless."
The above was written in the mid-1980s. And now something known as common place from nearly 30 years ago as a new found 'Deep Truth' ?! C'mon.
If you like Alberto Villoldo, Wayne Dwyer, and other similar Hay House authors you might like this book. [Alberto's books are better than this.] But if you are looking for some real information it's not really here.
If you want to be blown away by a volume of real research then David's The Source Field Investigations: The Hidden Science and Lost Civilizations Behind the 2012 Prophecies will make this book look like a rushed outline.
If you want some serious insights into past civilizations then Joseph Farrell has crafted a fine a detailed survey here The Grid of the Gods: The Aftermath of the Cosmic War and the Physics of the Pyramid Peoples
If you are just getting into metaphysics and have never read this book then there are really deep truths waiting here The Universe Is a Green Dragon: A Cosmic Creation Story
If you want solid information from physics that challenges paradigms then you should spent time with Nassim Haremein as in Black Whole.
If you want deep truths from a Native American perspective then these are among the best Being and Vibration and Sound: Native Teachings and Visionary Art of Joseph Rael
You should also check out books by Vicky Anderson like this one The Expansion: A Philosophy of Consciousness, Creation and Rebirth
Yes, we may have come to a fork in the road as our world is feeling more divided under the political, religious and economic pressures, but "Deep Truth" gives hope in the chaos. Braden writes in regards to the stories of humanity that surfaced after September 11th,"In our most basic state - free from the encumbrances and false assumption that lead us to believe that we are needy, greedy, taken advantage of, or engaged in competition for survival - we are fundamentally a kind, compassionate, and giving species: a species of goodness. At the most basic level of our existence, in the moments of crisis, we prove to ourselves again and again the truth of our nature."
The new information "Deep Truth" provides gives us options of different narratives including; when advanced civilization really began, the different ideas of the goal of evolution, even his theories on global warming. As we look into the problems our world is facing today you may ask, "What can we do on a collective level?" Braden offers a powerful new question,"Instead of asking what we can get from our world, start asking, what can I offer to the new world that is emerging?" Braden explains further in a recent interview,"The way we answer that question opens the door to new possibilities of jobs, careers, where we put our energy, what we put our energy into, new possibilities of abundance and how we can take our deepest inborn gifts and apply them to a world that needs the gifts we all have to offer." Braden encourages all to start asking and looking within for the answers, making the personal choices that will mold our destinies collectively.
* Thank you to Hay House, for providing me with a free copy of this book for review.
Deep Truth is a remarkable book. It crosses the traditional boundaries between science and spirituality and melds it into something that (at least for me) is so "true."
Gregg Braden uses strong, easy to understand analogies when explaining science and theories he writes about in the text. If you are new to expanding your thoughts from the "traditional" things taught to you in school, Braden makes the transition easy for you to see and actually question things, too. I really enjoyed his method of approaching the topics and also how he detailed them.
My favorite chapter in the book is "The Hidden History of Our Forgotten Past: Places That Should Not Exist." I'm a huge Ancient Aliens fan, and I read or watch anything having to do with ancient civilizations, so this chapter was the one that was most interesting to me. Ever since finding out about these civilizations that "shouldn't" be there, according to our textbooks, I have started questioning just about everything that is told to us as true in ancient history that might not possibly be accurate.
Overall, I extremely enjoyed reading Deep Truth, and I highly recommend it for everyone to read. It is truly a remarkable book that will leave you with a new way to look at things in the world, and also have you asking questions you may not have thought about before.
* Thank you to the publisher of Deep Truth, Hay House, for providing me with a copy of this book for review. All opinions expressed are my own.
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