“The finest example of futurist fiction, filling in the gap between the consciousness of life in 1976 and a journey to the culture of 2150 A.D., where humans have evolved to a state of greater wisdom, compassion and love. 2150 A.D. is an amazing novel, revealing an inspiring world filled with glorious possibilities.”

“This book has changed my life time and time again. Each time I read it, I learn something new about opening your mind or “expanding macro awareness”. When I first read it a few years ago, I didn’t believe the recommendation from my friend. He told me “This book will change your life”. He was right. If you can get your hands on a copy, read it!”

“What a remarkable book. I dared not read it too quickly lest I fail to grasp the more advanced concepts presented. Even then my mind was frequently awash with the ideas presented and how I saw my life in comparison.”

“This is my all-time favorite book. I remember picking this up late one night at a little bookstore. I wasn’t into science fiction at the time but it kept calling to me. Finally I bought it. I’m so glad I listened. It’s about a Vietnam veteran who falls asleep and wakes up in the year 2150. Each morning he wakes up back in 1976. Jon wants to stay in 2150 with Lea and it’s about his struggles to make it there for good. This book changed my life. It was like someone had written down all my beliefs into a story form. To find out there were other people out there that thought on the same lines I did was wonderful. I’d recommend it to everyone. It could change your life too. Or maybe just help you see the world in a little different way.”

“One of the most influential books I’ve ever read that offers criticisms of law, order, politics, ethics, religion – all from a wide range of points of view. This book surprised me constantly with the comprehensive stunning observations.”

“I love this book and have read it many times. It’s a great view of how people should and should not treat each other, and a great exploration into the human mind. My favorite quote is ‘The measure of the mind’s evolution is its acceptance of the unacceptable’”

“I read this book when it was first published and have probably given 25 or 30 copies as gifts. This allowed me to shift some rigid concepts about life, death and choice. Plus, it’s a really good read!”

“This book was given to me in High School church camp. From the moment I read it I was enticed to find out more about Macro Philosophy. It has become a way of life for me now. I love Thea Alexander for writing this book and hope to meet her in one of my lives. Read this book if you are interested in making your future more fulfilling. Love One Another!!!!”

“Like most of the other people who read this book, my life has been profoundly affected by its concepts. There is no ‘Religion’. It is Spirituality at its best. I came across this book ‘by accident’ in the seventies and as I read it over and over through the years, the principles are always applicable. Thea Alexander has captured the true ‘spirit’ or ‘soul’ of all beings. On a more intellectual level, CI, which is described in the book, is a remarkably prophetic concept. It makes the present Internet seem rather barbaric in comparison. Hopefully, this communication and learning tool will become more like CI as it too evolves!

I have bought and shared many copies of this book over the years. The world would truly be a much better place if everyone took the leap and read this fine piece of literature!”

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