Saturday, May 2, 2009

The Moses Code by James F. Twyman

Is it possible that nearly 3,500 years ago, Moses was given the secret for attracting everything you've ever desired? The Moses Code was first used to create some of the greatest miracles in history, but then it was hidden away, and only the highest initiates were allowed to invoke it. In this book, James Twyman reveals the Code for the first time, showing how it can be used to change your life ... and even the world. But utilizing the techniques presented within these pages, you'll discover how to integrate the most powerful manifestation tool in the history of the world into your own life.

At the very heart of the Moses Code is the true function and practice of the Law of Attraction. You may have been told that this Law is all about "getting" the things you want - things that you think will make your life more satisfying. But what if that's just the first step, and cracking the Moses Code depends more on what you're willing to "give" rather than "get"? If would mean that you already have everything you've ever wished for right now! It would also indicate that you have the ability, even the responsibility, to use that Divine Energy for more than just attracting money, a better car, or the perfect relationship. You're here to harness the power of Divinity itself to create a world based on the laws of compassion and peace. That's the task that lies before you.

Welcome to the Moses Code!

I almost didn't make it past page 15, where the book falsely claimed that it was Israelite slaves who built Egypt's cities. Um, hello! Really, do a little freaking research in actual scientific and archaeological texts before writing crap like that and perpetuating deliberate lies! And, for anyone reading this who doesn't know already, Egyptian citizens built the temples, etc. Read one of Zahi Hawass's books, it will cure you of all the propaganda images perpetuated by Hollywood of pyramid building slaves being whipped by cruel overseers. Seriously, this entire section irritated me enough that I actually wrote to the publisher to complain about the lack of research. It was that offensive.

There was one section that I did resonate with: "Do you remember the story of the astronauts who first saw our planet from outer space? Their perspective of the world changed when they gazed upon it, seeing past the boundaries and divisions that rule our lives. Borders that separate countries mean very little to one who views Earth in its entirety..."

I would really love to see the author interviewed by Bill Maher. That would certainly be highly amusing!

This one gets five stars, it would have gotten six but for the nasty slave propaganda. The author seems to be quite bent on promoting his other books and products, as well as those of his friends, through this book. It seems like his intent was to write this and then when readers say that the process doesn't work, to say that they really need to buy products X, Y, and Z as well. The author was annoying and repetitive and more than a bit threatening. I would certainly not recommend this book to anyone! Which is unfortunate, since Hay House does publish so many other good books.

Rating: ★★★★★


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