THE TRINITY SECRET: THE POWER OF THREE AND THE CODE OF CREATION
Learn about the number three, why it is profound and revered all over the world, and how it affects our modern daily lives as well, including our ability to draw to us the life we desire.
Many people think of the Trinity as a Catholic/Christian concept to describe God. But Marie D. Jones and her co-author Larry Flaxman’s research shows that not only is the Trinity found in many of the great religions, but in mythology, science, anatomy, folklore and fairy tales, and consciousness as well. In fact, three is the most powerful and profound of numbers, because it describes the very code of creation itself. The ancients understood the power of three and now we hope to help people learn how to be powerful co-creators of their own realities by using the triune nature of reality and the law of attraction. Once we understand the three distinct parts of the Trinity, we see that this is a symbol as old as time itself, and as powerful as the Law of Attraction.
Marie D. Jones is a best selling author, producer, screenwriter, speaker and radio show host and author of 2013: The End of Days Or A New Beginning, The Déjà vu Enigma: A Journey Through the Anomalies of Mind, Memory and Time,and 11:11- The Time Prompt Phenomenon and is a staff writer for many magazines, including Intrepid Magazine. Her work has appeared in hundreds of magazines and publications, and she is now producing a feature film titled “19 Hz” based upon research in her book with partner Larry Flaxman, The Resonance Key. She is a popular radio co-host for Dreamland, and an in demand public speaker at conferences and conventions. Her first book, PSIence: How New Discoveries in Quantum Physics and New Science May Explain the Existence of Paranormal Phenomenais considered the definitive book linking quantum theory and the paranormal.
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