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This book is a journey towards remembering. It is going to give you answers to the secrets you have kept hidden within you for your entire life.
For What Purpose Was This Life Given?
Have you ever felt there was a greater importance or meaning to your life? Have you pushed that feeling away considering such a thought to be arrogant? What if you knew you were here for a purpose, a very specific purpose? Once you suddenly became aware of that purpose wouldn’t it empower you to fulfill it? How would it feel to finally realize such a thing?
There are many paths you can go down in search of this feeling. As you may know many are winding and long. Most never reach the destination you seek. The Handbook of the Navigator is a revolution in our modern times. It defies the popular mainstream culture that tells us there are no real answers, there is nothing to achieve and no action to take to get where we want to go.
You know what you want. Even if you cannot place a name on it; you know, as I did. You want to Awaken. The time is now.
The Handbook of the Navigator was written in simple, easy to understand language and concepts. Yet, in its entirety it is nothing short of profound.
Secret Knowledge Has a Way of Staying Secret
Here is the catch. There are some things you were not meant to know. There is knowledge of such a degree it is as if your brain filters it out of your memory as soon as you have finished reading it. In order to know this secret knowledge, even when it is placed on a page right before your eyes, you must desire to keep it. You must struggle to acknowledge, digest and realize it.
There are people who have studied spiritual knowledge all of their lives and when they read The Handbook of the Navigator they tossed it aside assuming there was nothing there. When questioned further about each chapter they discovered there were whole chapters of knowledge they could not recall reading. Each time they went back to read it, still, entire chapters of key secrets were cleared from their mind as if the pages were never there.
When they finally read it and realized what they had missed so many times, they were amazed. That is the power of this knowledge. It does not distinguish by intelligence, wealth, accomplishments, or experience. If you are ready for it, if you can put aside your expectations, if you can open your mind, it will deliver to you what you have been seeking all this time.
This book was written with one objective; to awaken the world one mind at a time. The Navigator will lead you to your spiritual Awakening. You simply have to ask yourself one question, are you ready?
May you find what you seek most in life,
7/20/2006, 12:01 p.m. PT, The Associated Press
HILLSBORO, Ore. (AP) — A 39-year-old man who had a robe with the words "Master Eric" and claimed that a psychic ability called "remote viewing" helped him locate runaways has been accused of sexually abusing a teenager, police said. Police said the victim was 17 when a follower of Eric J. Pepin recruited him in 2004, and then Pepin had him perform sex acts.
Pepin and an employee, Jamison Priebe, 21, who lives at the same address as Pepin in Aloha, surrendered on charges of using a child in a sexual display and sexual abuse. A grand jury issued indictments last week. "The charges are false, and we are confident Mr. Pepin will be exonerated," said his attorney, Sam Kauffman.
Under Oregon law, using a child in a sexual display carries a minimum penalty of nearly six years in prison. Beaverton police Detective Mike Smith said Pepin operated the Higher Balance Institute in Beaverton. Smith said the ornate robe emblazoned "Master Eric" turned up during a search.
Pepin's Web site says he has located more than 100 missing persons and runaways, along with U.S. Navy submarines, through a psychic ability he calls "remote viewing." The site offers meditation systems for $79 to $149 help customers develop their "sixth sense" and apply it "inward to awaken a dimensional universe within the mind."
In an affidavit filed with a request for a search warrant, Smith said the victim, now 20, told police that Internet customers are men and women usually older than 35. But, he told police, Pepin told him he should recruit "good-looking men" between 18 and 24 to work for him.
Smith wrote that the victim "was taught by Pepin to believe that the sexual contact was only a spiritual necessity." But after a while, the affidavit says, the boy decided he was being used by Pepin, who bought him meals and paid him $200 after sex. The man contacted Beaverton police in January. children.safepassagefoundation.org...