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Celestine Prophecies

QUESTION: Are Celestine prophecies real prophecies?


Are the Celestine Prophecies real prophecies? No, but like every really good "story" (which is a term the author uses to describe his work), they seem to ring true. It's the "New Age" kind of truth.

The author, James Redfield, refers to the Celestine Prophecies as "parables." According to Funk & Wagalls Standard Dictionary of the English language, a parable is a comparison; simile: specifically, a short narrative making a moral or religious point with natural or homely things.

So the Celestine Prophecies, while false or pretense, attempts to mimic a prediction made under divine influence, such as one of the many prophecies found in the Bible. (The difference being, of course, that much of biblical prophecies have already been fulfilled.) The Celestine Prophecies are a bit more like, "Alice In The Looking Glass." That story had a great deal of subtle truth interwoven with a bunch of nonsense.

The Celestine Prophecies resemble that kind of whimsical tale. There is truth and commonality laced with higher standards and levels of behavior and it's all founded on Mr. Redfield's extremely vivid imagination.

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