(5) Bipolar Winter: Prologue Morning Discussion (June 23, 2012)





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Published on Jun 27, 2012


Have you ever wondered about the carefully guarded, inner secrets of the Catholic Church? The new fictional sensation The Bipolar Winter gives you insight into how the Christian religion became fragmented, giving rise to the many sects that exist today.

Many have studied how Martin Luther spearheaded the great Protestant Reformation back in the early 1500's, but have you ever wondered who was really behind this movement? What was the true and ultimate plan for this apparent treachery.

Chaitanya Mahaprabhu (1486--1534) was a Vaishnava saint and social reformer in eastern India who gave birth to one of the greatest spiritual renaissances in history just years before the emergence of the Protestant Reformation.

Confidential knowledge found in the Bhagavata Purana and Bhagavad Gita spread to Italy by traveling initiated merchants, igniting the secret societies and thus giving birth to the European Renaissance of the 14th--17th centuries. It also accelerated the religious expansion through closed societies and their channels into the rest of Europe.

Today there are Christian churches which hold and utilize this ancient, sacred knowledge without the knowledge of 99.99% of their followers.

Discover the secrets, previously known only to the elite of the Catholic Church, through the Bipolar Winter. What is Septum Montes? How will this conspiracy hatched in 1470 affect us all today?

Are you aware of a top secret project known as "De Occulta sponsalem Day" (meaning: The Bride's Secret Day) and it's relationship to Saint Jerome (c.347 -- 30 September 420)?

Samuel David Steiner guides you through the elaborate labyrinth of deception and discovery in the Bipolar Winter. Visit his blog to learn more about the background and buried history, supporting this novel.



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