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Victims of the Voice The Audacity of an Idea

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by: Vic Van Maren Jr
Books with a 5 star rating  (2)
Publication Date: September 11, 2012
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 124
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780983643715
$11.95

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Book Synopsis
It is a story about Izy, an audacious idea whose time has come. It is a parable, about the search and discovery of a secret treasure of tremendous power. It is a gift given to each and every person at birth and is hidden in plain sight. When it is used it multiplies, having the immense power of disappearance and manifestation. It is infinite. It contains nothing and everything, containing no past and no future. It is free, acquired by recognition and appropriation. Izy, like the Future, observed the slow tedious tick of time offer odd beliefs that caused confusion to run unrestrained, producing havoc in the minds of man. He also saw many secrets that were being withheld. He was determined to share those secrets by introducing the possibility that language, when spoken responsibly, has great power. Standing in the space of this possibility, he remembers his conception, his choice of declaring the possibility of using his gift in such a way as to experience being transported into a future beyond known beliefs.
Customer Comments
Anonymous
Posted: December 14, 2012
Customer comment 5 star rating
This book was amazing! Very cleverly written. I look forward to reading more by this new author.
Cassie Hagey
Posted: December 17, 2012
Customer comment 5 star rating
Loved this book, in life we all face challenges and are often plagued by feelings of insecurity. This book gave me the kick start I needed to be brave enough to allow my new ideas to manifest and follow through. I really liked the author sharing his own struggles, it gave the book much more validity.
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