Isaiah Effect: Decoding the Lost Science of Prayer and Prophecy (Audio Download)

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Content:
1 Audio Download ( 2 hours, 15 minutes)
Publisher:
Sounds True, Inc.; March 1, 2005
Language:
English
ISBN-10:
1604071605
ISBN-30:
978-1604071603
Product Codes:
DST-C078, 0493w, w493w, aw00493w
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In Jerusalem, within the Shrine of the Book Museum, resides the Great Isaiah Scroll - the most precious artifact of the famed Dead Sea Scrolls. So valuable is this scripture that extraordinary measures have been taken to safeguard it against any natural disaster or act of war.

Why is this single document, lost to humanity for more than 2, 000 years, so crucial to modern scholars and mystics today?

On The Isaiah Effect, bestselling author Gregg Braden takes us on an investigation into this ancient Essene scripture - to reveal a set of inner tools capable of altering the destiny of human civilization.

Prayer and prophecy have the power to heal our bodies and spirits ... shift the course of nations ... and even influence the ebbs and flows of weather and geology, teaches Braden. Yet today, few of us know how to harness the awesome potential of these two spiritual technologies. Now, drawing on new insights into the physics of time and prophecy, Gregg Braden shows us how to decode the true meaning of the Great Isaiah Scroll and other prophetic scriptures - how prayer can change the outcome of those predictions - and how these two spiritual practices, together, create the The Isaiah Effect.

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New York Times bestselling author Gregg Braden has been a featured guest at international conferences and media specials, exploring the role of spirituality in technology. A former senior computer systems designer (Martin Marietta Aerospace), computer geologist (Phillips Petroleum), and technical operations supervisor (Cisco Systems), Braden is now considered a leading authority on bridging the wisdom of our past with the science, technology, and peace of our future.