Hemet, Calif (PRWEB) November 22, 2013
The Quetzalcóatl Prophecy was introduced to the indigenous population by the technologically and spiritually advanced Teotihucano spiritual leaders. It stated that the contemporary world would began a spiritual transition in the year 1987. That a new world would began its creation. Many prophecies and theories have been created that allude to the how the world would end. While some like author Richard Flores have theorized, not a destruction, but a rebirth and transformation for mankind in his book "Journey to Aztlantica".
This enlightening book takes a more subtle approach towards the Quetzalcóatl Prophecy, reasoning that the constant degenerating trajectory of capitalistic systems will be a direct and perilous negative influence on the future stabilities of world societies and governments. It shows how the old-world economic worldview is set to regression and is conducive to social disintegration. This book alludes to the need for individuals to prepare themselves to confront and survive the extreme calamities of a future in peril. It also calls for the building of an alternative economic system as a way to change the human character and its behavior. This book is calling for the development of new economic, social, cultural and spiritual models. It is calling for humanity to establish a respectful and balanced relationship with the natural world.
“Journey to Aztlantica” is a truly eye opening read that stresses the need to cross over to a new reality. It calls for the adoption of the circular worldview of reality. In order for humanity to survive adequately into the future and create a sustainable world in which it can live, prosper and advance: individuals must first transform themselves before they can transform the future.
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About the Author
Richard Flores lives in Southern California and is a native of Texas. He spent his early years as a migrant worker in Texas. During his younger years, his father would take the family on a migratory route north to Michigan and Ohio to pick the summer crops. He also picked cotton in North and West Texas with the family. Mr. Flores arrived in Lamont, California, at the age of ten and attended the local schools. His deep concern for the social and political issues facing his community led him to become a leader in the Chicano Movement... He attended Bakersfield College and the California State University in Bakersfield. His study majors included sociology and business administration. Mr. Flores took understudies in Chicano studies, psychology, future studies, and economics. He holds an associate degree and possesses a real estate broker’s license.
Journey to Aztlantica* by Richard S. Flores
Publication Date: November 15, 2013
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