In Catastrophobia Barbara Hand Clow shows that a series of cataclysmic disasters, Catastrophobia reveals the insidious global forces that have used these. In this completely revised and expanded edition of Catastrophobia, bestselling author Barbara Hand Clow explains how we are on the cusp of an age of. In this completely revised and expanded edition of Catastrophobia, bestselling author Barbara Hand Clow examines legendary cataclysms—such as the fall of.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview cafastrophobia Catastrophobia by Barbara Hand Clow. The recent discovery of the remains of ancient villages buried beneath the Black Sea is the latest instance of mounting evidence that many of the “mythic” catastrophes of history–the fall of Atlantis, the Biblical Flood–were actual events.
In Catastrophobia Barbara Hand Clow shows that a series of cataclysmic disasters, caused by a massive disturbance in the Earth’s crust 11, years ago, rocked the world and left humanity’s collective psyche permanently scarred.
We are a wounded species, and this unprocessed fear, passed from generation to generation, is responsible for our constant expectations of apocalypse, from Y2K to the famed end of the Mayan calendar in Catastrophobia reveals the insidious global forces that have used these collective fears to control humanity for thousands of years.
But we are in the midst of a tremendous shift in the Earth’s 26,year precessional cycle, and there is every indication that the changes in consciousness over the last 30 years are the beginnings of a collective healing from these deep fears, heralding a new age where we will see that the era of catastropohbia is ending and a time of extraordinary creative activity is at hand.
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The idea of the global seafaring civilization and the idea of the global catastrophe that changed the world from BC is very valuable for anyone who looks brbara mythology with a historical eye. The author attempts to weave in many myths to prove her points. Jul 22, Iona Stewart rated it it was amazing. I found this book to be exciting, addictive, though not cataatrophobia, or at all, easy to comprehend, and it introduced me to several new fields of knowledge.
However, the author seemed to write the book as though for her peers and others extremely catastrophobja on the subject of prehistoric times, earth changes, Egyptology etc.
She used many words I’d never heard of, and even though some of these may have been defined or explained. The book absolutely lacks a list of definitions of these specialized words. Still, I’ve given the book five stars because of its exciting content. The book treats of how accepted theory about earth changes and the cataclysmic and precataclysmic days of Earth history is vastly erroneous, and informs us that early Man, far from being primitive, was in fact highly developed, possessing knowledge of the stars and telescopes and having the ability to travel to distant star systems, albeit this may have been out-of-body travel.
Instructed by her abrbara, she studied Plato and Egyptology hxnd learnt Cherokee and Celtic stories. She learnt how to see nature spirits and how to work with the Ancestors, among many other things.
The “working hypothesis” presented by Clow in this book is that we all at a deep level have memories of past cataclysmic events, and thus continually fear that new such tragedies will befall us in clkw future.
She informs us that 11, years ago i. This axial tilt resulted in the advent of seasons and humanity having to adopt agriculture. Apparently, before this the Earth had a vertically positioned axis. Clow’s theories are supported by other experts in the field, including J. Delair, who clearly explains about the axial tilt and about Earth changes in useful appendices.
An illustration depicting Seth I erecting the Djed Pillar from Abydos Temple in the Osiris Hall shows us the early Egyptians’ obsession with the axial tilt and their need to perform ceremonies to right this tilt. Clow discourses at great length about “precession”, which I did not find to be clearly defined and thus did not clearly comprehend, though she does write “precession of cclow equinoxes is an astronomical cycle that describes the times and qualities of cultural patterns by symbolism”.
Precession occurs because of Earth’s tilted axis. She asserts that we are “a wounded species afflicted with global collective fear”, and being basically an astrologer, discusses the role of the recently discovered asteroid or comet Chiron in our predicament, Chiron being the “wounded healer”. She enlightens us as to the role of the Global Elite the Illuminati, Secret Government – it has many nameswho have controlled us for thousands of years.
Well, I quite agree with this, I just believe that the Earth changes will come first, and these need not necessarily be so severe – this may depend on the extent and rapidity of our spiritual development at this time. The author states “We are completing 11, years of catastropuobia collective degeneration, and we are rapidly shifting into an exciting regenerative phase.
9781879181625 – Catastrophobia The Truth Behind Earth Changes by Barbara Hand Clow
To sum up, this is a fascinating, mind-expanding, comprehensive book that touches on many spheres of knowledge. I would strongly advise you to read the book, but unless you’re already exceedingly knowledgeable about the subjects the author deals with, I would recommend that you have a dictionary by your side! Feb 22, Bill rated it it was amazing Shelves: Barbara Hand Clow is a noted astrologer, shaman, and teacher, a tireless researcher, and the author of a number of important and best-selling books including “Pleiadian Agenda” and “Chiron: The Truth Behind Earth Changes in the Coming Age of Light” she once again reaches beyond the consensus to shed new light and original thinking on the events, processes and anxieties that humans Have We Been Watching the Movie in Reverse?
The Truth Behind Earth Changes in the Coming Age of Light” she once again reaches beyond the consensus to shed new light and original thinking on the events, processes and anxieties that humans deal with on a daily basis.
The pervasive fear of an impending catastrophe is the motivating force, in Ms. Clow’s postulation, behind and beneath all of the obsessions having to do with the structure of contemporary earthly civilization: But whence this anxiety? Why now, and indeed at periodic intervals over the course of recorded history, have we feared a coming catastrophe, a tragedy of such proportions as to snuff out the Earth and all that lives on it?
In this monumental work, Ms. Clow examines legendary cataclysms and delineates how – contrary to prevailing prophecies of dark and deadly times to come catasfrophobia we are truly on the cusp of an era of incredible creative and spiritual growth.
The very recent discovery of the remains of ancient villages buried beneath the Black Sea is but the latest in the accumulation of mounting evidence that many of the “mythic” catastrophes of history – the fall of Atlantis, the Biblical flood – were historic events.
Clow ably demonstrates how a series of cataclysmic disasters resulting from a disturbance in the Earth’s crust some 11, years ago itself likely caused at least in part by a stellar supernova in the nearby Vela system “rocked the world” and left humankind’s collective psyche deeply scarred and ineradicably traumatized. We are, in her view, “a wounded species,” and the unprocessed, until-now indescribable fear passed from generation to generation is responsible for the constant and widespread expectation of a world-ending apocalypse, seen in such instances as the Y2K event to the much-reported end catastrophkbia the Mayan calendar in Clow’s book offers more than a glimmer of hope.
It is the work of an informed, reasonable and persuasive optimist. In the author’s view, we are in the midst of a shift in the Earth’s 26, year precessional cycle, and there brabara every indication that the changes in consciousness seen over the past forty bafbara are the beginnings of a collective healing from these deep fears from the catasrophobia past, heralding a time to come of great spiritual evolution. Clow’s monumental research effort in writing this insightful and important book and the scientific efforts underlying that research it are particularly praiseworthy.
The reader is advised, for a taste of the foregoing and as a preface to “Catastrophobia,” to consult the article by Catastrpohobia. Brackenridge in Icarus It will appeal also to the astrologer and the eschatologist, as well as the scientist willing to approach Ms.
Clow’s work with an open mind.
– Catastrophobia The Truth Behind Earth Changes by Barbara Hand Clow
Apr 21, k8beeZ rated it liked it. Yeah, I reeeealy like BHC, been reading alot of her lately. But this book is just not resonating with me. I thought it was going to catastrophoboa great.
I resonate with the premise. However, barbarra one point she started bashing a bunch of people, like Edgar Cayce. Now, I’m not standing up for Cayce, but I don’t know if I have heard that he and his peops were Masonic before. I’m into David Wilcock, and David is said to be the re-incarnation of Cayce. He was friends with the peops of the Cayce group datastrophobia yes, Wilcock confirmed that Cayce had personal problems and perhaps there was a trickster entity messing with Cayce because of lack of personal integrity So, I just sorta got a little turned off about how this book was written It was almost like she was talking things too seriously all while telling us to not take things too seriously.
I’ve really enjoyed those two! Feb 02, Lourdes Cambridge rated it it was catastrphobia. Oct 17, Jen Lighty rated it really liked it. This book just made so much sense to me. Hand Clow is very grounded while also being way out there.
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Her thesis, that we are currently suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome as a species due to prior catastrophic earth changes is fascinating and true to me. Oct 06, Sky Bray rated it it was ok. And am a full believer in the world catastrophe theory. But this book wavered between fact and conjecture. I felt like a lot of the time she was reaching for facts to hold up her agenda – and it didn’t fly.
Lost me half way through. Apr 02, Brainorgan added it. May 26, Ben Tousey rated it it was ok Shelves: But if you’re in the mood to play with some fantastical stories of death and destruction, it’s kind of fun. Nov 06, Sylvie rated it it was ok Shelves: OK, honestly, most of it is way, way out there.
Then again, my copy was in Spanish a gift from a friend! Craig Bryant rated it it was amazing Sep 05, Drew rated it liked it Jul 01, Christel D’Agostino rated it it was amazing Feb 24, Genevieve rated it liked it Nov 19,