This category contains sites that either directly oppose or openly question concepts, teachers or groups uniquely identified with The Celestine Prophecy. Taken from Celestine Prophecy author, James Redfield's website and mission statement: ... (The) belief is that there is a growing world wide interest in spirituality that is creating a new spiritual awareness and culture that will flourish in the new millennium. Yet we realize that no one person has the ultimate perspective and so, this Celestine web site is dedicated to an ongoing spiritual discussion and the dissemination of ideas throughout the world. Out of this world-wide consensus building human society will continue to evolve ever greater truths that will further spark our spiritual awakening. Ultimately we will realize that we are spiritual beings living in a spiritual world - a world that is precisely designed for the discovery and implementation of our most inspired dreams. Each of us must discover our personal mission and this synchronistic process that can guide us forward for ourselves. Uplift everyone that crosses your path and trust that process. ...
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Jeeni Criscenzo's Commentary on The Celestine Prophecy
The author of a novel about the ancient Maya contends that The Celestine Prophecy is historically flawed.
The Skeptic's Dictionary: Celestine Prophecy
Skeptical arguments against pseudo-science, from scientist and philosopher Robert Todd Carroll.
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