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The Magic of Believing – Claude Bristol (FREE Audiobook)

“It is paradoxical, yet true, to say, that the more we know, the more ignorant we become in the absolute sense, for it is only through enlightenment that we become conscious of our limitations. Precisely one of the most gratifying results of intellectual evolution is the continuous opening up of new and greater prospects.” – Nikola Tesla.

I usually don’t “share” audiobooks, but if you have the time and you are a true believer in “high frequency” pioneered by the great genius, Nikola Tesla…this is the free e-book for you.

Born 1891, Claude M. Bristol served as a soldier in WWI in France and Germany. He worked on the army newspaper, Stars and Stripes until 1919. His best known book is “The Magic of Believing” published in 1948, which has sold well over a million copies, and is widely regarded as a prosperity classic.

The Magic of Believing was written, he says, for ex-service men and women who would have to adjust to civilian life and try to prosper in it. It was published when he was in his 50’s and followed the success of a small book he published in 1932 entitled T.N.T. – It Rocks the Earth.

Claude Bristol was a hard-headed journalist for several years, including stints as a police reporter and as church editor of a large city newspaper. In this post he met people from every denomination and sector and later read hundreds of books on psychology, religion, science, metaphysics and ancient magic. Gradually, Bristol began to see the “golden thread” which runs through all religions and esoteric teachings; that belief itself has amazing powers. http://claudebristol.wwwhubs.com/

Auto-suggestion must only be used for the good of all, not as used in World War II or for greedy personal monetary gain. PEACE!!

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  1. natuurfreak April 4, 2017

    Believing is the key !

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