George Ure | economist – urbansurvival & peoplenomics

“… despite the title, it’s a very thoughtful look at how a whole lot of changes are piling up. no, it’s not seditious material – no endorsing of violence or anything like that. Just a book on the ‘revolutionary changes’ in the wind on many fronts and what kinds of events and indicators to be on the lookout for.”

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Jessica Hund | healer – platon-energiearbeit

“A message, which is relevant for everybody because the global status, world policies and the future of mankind reach us all.

This book doesn’t want to fill up your brain with doctrines and is far away from spreading panic about 2012 – no, it wants you to open your eyes for reality, to start thinking about yourself and your part in the world, it wants you to consider for solutions and it intends that you investigate what’s going on around you.”

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Markus Prummer | literary scholar – amazon.de

Once you get into the flow, which was indeed not easy for a latent conspiracy sceptic like me, this is irresistible to put down. […]

read this book like a newspaper or encyclopedia, article by article, heading to the examples section and back to hypothesis. Still, noone will regret spending all necessary time to investigate every single page and even diving into a couple of the rich bundles of resources (often web based) weaved into the text.

… read it now, not in 2013. […]

You will enjoy the author’s talent to comment on deadly serious matter with a sense of humor, constantly creating new vocabulary and cheerfully playing with our internalized norms. Take it literally: when (re)volution comes, you will have read its manual!

Kenneth C. Herbst | marketing expert – kenscribe.com

“I appreciate Dettelbacher’s commitment to explore the corruption and inequalities of modern civilization with a certain spiritual and intellectual detachment – avoiding both extremes of tired neo-Marxist pablum or jingoistic neo-con ranting. Is Dettelbacher a fence-sitter to the degree that I am? No, he isn’t. He has opinions. Strong ones. But he makes very good supporting arguments. He takes on big themes, focusing on the, »coming ‘revolution’ in society: economic, scientific and on the plane of consciousness.« It is geared for those who … are ready to move on to some fresh ideas.”

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