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  • The Celestine Prophecy

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    The Celestine Prophecy The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield. More popular than The Bridges of Madison County, more philosophical than Socrates, and it rivals onlu R.L. Stein's Fear Street series in bad writing. It's a "novel of ideas" says Kenneth Moyle in his very critical essay "Why I Hate the Celestine Prophecy." "A novel of ideas;" that's a good phrase for this "novel." I read it twice during this assignment: the first time I thought he had great ideas and themes to live by; the second

  • Analysis of The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield

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    Analysis of The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield tells the story of a man who tries to learn and understand the nine key insights into life itself in an ancient manuscript that has been discovered in Peru. It predicts a massive spiritual transformation of society in the late twentieth century. We will finally grasp the secrets of the universe, the mysteries of existence, and the meaning of life. The real meaning and purpose of life will not be found

  • Comparing More’s Utopia and Redfield’s The Celestine Prophecy

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    Utopia and Redfield’s The Celestine Prophecy Throughout history many visionaries had glimpsed a world of new human culture, yet no way to create such a world had been achieved. Communism had become a tragedy. Sir Thomas More, author of Utopia, and James Redfield, author of The Celestine Prophecy, share many of the same ideas describing a new way of life. Written in 1516, More’s Utopia speaks about visions of a humanistic way of life. Redfield’s The Celestine Prophecy, written almost five centuries

  • More Than A Feeling-Intuition And Insight

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    sitting by a body of water, staring at a relaxing fire, visualizing something relaxing or listening to a calming sound. This quiets the sound that constantly echo in the minds of humans. This is when we realize our intuitions. In his book "The Celestine Prophecy", James Redfield tells the story of a man who travel to the Peruvian rain forest in search of his friend Charlene. This man come to discover a group of people in search of what they call "The Nine Insights". On his journey, he meets many people

  • The Final Pope

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    Many People, including Bible Scholars, are fascinated with The End Time Prophecy. Since Pope Benedict XVI resignation in 2013, questions pertaining to The Final Pope develop around St. Malachy, an Irish Saint, who experienced a vision; describing the reign of the final remaining Catholic Popes following Pope Celestine II down to the very last one, Peter the Roman. However, Malachy’s prophecies dated after 1590 are very diffident to match considering they were hidden in the Vatican Archives for more

  • The Final Pope Visions of St. Malachy

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    Malachy, an Irish Saint , who had a vision of the Catholic Popes following Pope Celestine II down to the very last one. However, because his prophecies were hidden in the Vatican Archives for more than four centuries, many believe they were tampered with. If the Prophecies of the Popes are true, then Jorge Mario Bergoglio could be The Last Pope that reigns during The Great Tribulation. According to St. Malachy’s prophecy, (Glory of the olive) is listed after John Paul II. Which is the 111th pope on

  • The Final Pope

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    are fascinated with the end time prophecies. Although St. Malachy was a legitimate prophet, others believe his prophecies were tampered with. Deeply affecting their creditability. Since Pope Benedict XVI resignation, questions have developed around the authenticity of the famous Catholic prophecies. Whether or not the prophecies are inspired and can be expected to be fulfilled. Jorge Mario Bergoglio could be the last pope for two main reasons, St.Malachy’s prophecies are unfolding & the predictions

  • Catcher In The Rye

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    the football team loses or something") and the fear of adulthood ("going to get an office job and make a lot of money like the rest of the phonies"). The greatness in Holden Caulfield is that what he has to say is better than a million Celestine Prophecies or anything said by Jonathan Livingston Seagull (save for the squawks after you shoot him) or Jesus (save for the apocryphal "hey Peter I can see your house from here"). Holden Caulfield says that life sucks, everyone is a phony, and you'll

  • Three Approaches to Coping with School Violence

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    humans have always sought to increaseour personal energy in the only manner wehave known: by seeking to psychologically steal it from others—an unconscious competition that underlies all human conflict in the world. (James Redfield, 1993, The Celestine Prophecy, New York: Warner Books,65–66) Some school critics and statisticians have observed that drug-dealing, vandalism, robbery, and murder have replaced gum-chewing, “talking out of turn,” tardiness, and rudeness as the most chronic problems afflicting

  • Transcendentalism: A Modern Philosophy

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    scriptural faith are no longer automatically accepted... You would have looked out on this vast and undefined universe in would’ve thought, as did the thinkers of that day, that we needed a method of conscious-building. (James Redfield Celestine Prophecy 25). It is exactly this type of thinking that led to the Transcendental philosophy of the 1800s. This philosophy forever change people’s lives, but today we really only know about Transcendentalism from our history books. Today everybody