Exploring the Divine Library


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240 Pages


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Ozark Mountain Publishing


When Richard Rowe isn’t dreaming, you’ll find him trying to discover why, figuring out how, uncovering ancient mysteries, inventing something seriously cool, or learning something new. Rick is a lifelong inventor and a named inventor on over 120 patents. He has degrees in avionics systems technology and computer science and an MBA from the Florida Institute of Technology. His experience includes a wide range of engineering, technology development, and management roles, from space systems to gaming systems. He is a proud member of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS), the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), the Delta Mu Delta Honor Society, and the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.

Exploring the Divine Library explores profound insights by way of meditation, past-life regression, channeling, remote viewing, dowsing, automatic writing, and astral projection. Richard Rowe dives deep into spiritual realms and asks profound questions such as, Where does the information for ideas and inventions come from? Where does the information for life reviews and soul lifetime records come from? How is information stored and replayed for the life review process? Where does our soul go when we have out-of-body experiences? Can I access information using remote viewing protocols? Is it possible to use a process similar to remote viewing for basic telepathy?

The author demonstrates how anyone can receive answers from the Divine Library on any number of topics, including life purpose, spiritual connection, telepathic communication, energetic inventions, and living a joyful life. By examining new questions using information gleaned from the library, the book provides a unique perspective of spiritual realms, forming a broader understanding of consciousness and ultimately applying lessons learned.

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