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The Secret Book of Dzyan - Unveiling the Hidden Truth about the Oldest Manuscript in the World and Its Divine Authors - cover

The Secret Book of Dzyan - Unveiling the Hidden Truth about the Oldest Manuscript in the World and Its Divine Authors

Zinovia Dushkova

Publisher: Radiant Books

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Summary

Have you heard of the secret Book of Dzyan?
 
Generations of Truth-seekers have been searching for this mysterious manuscript of untold antiquity that conceals the entire wisdom of the world, yet only a chosen few have ever gained access to it.
 
Thus, in 2015, Zinovia Dushkova, Ph.D., published a new excerpt from the Book of Dzyan in The Book of Secret Wisdom that revealed the future and destiny of humanity. At that time, however, she was not allowed to disclose anything more about the Book of Dzyan than Helena Blavatsky had already done in her time.
 
But now, for the first time ever, Dr. Dushkova has been permitted to cast more light on the Book of Dzyan and answer the following questions:
 
Who are the authors of the Book of Dzyan?Where was it stored in the past, and where is it now?What are its structure and contents?When was the Book of Dzyan written?Why is it now of such great significance, even in your own life?
 
In addition, you will also learn about the attempt that the Masters of Wisdom made to enlighten the world in the 20th century and what challenges face humanity in the 21st century.
 
Download this book now to unveil the hidden truth about the oldest manuscript in the world and its divine authors!

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