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Beyond the Crisis by Adjeidj Bakas

My friend is launching this book, Beyond the Crisis: The Future of Capitalism, and it looks like something we would all be interested in as it about the current economic crisis, its origins, and what’s behind today’s headlines: A cleanup before a grand new age begins.



In Beyond the Crisis, Bakas explains the natural flow of the economy with ups and downs. He envisions Boom after Doom, yet a totally different kind of Boom than we used to know. This insightful, inspiring book really helps you through the most severe crisis of our lifetime. It’s not your usual dry diatribe, but a book filled with photos and outstanding concepts both past and present. Read more here: http://tinyurl.com/yzjp4ub


Futurologist ADJIEDJ BAKAS researches economical, technological, cultural and spiritual trends all over the world. With roots in three continents, he is truly a global citizen, a man of today's fast moving world. His books are sold in more than 40 countries, in several languages. Worldwide he has sold more than 500,000 copies of his books, and he appears frequently in the media. He is the first author worldwide to combine economical, technological, political and astrological trends in this unique book about the current crisis and the way out of the mess. Check it out: http://tinyurl.com/yzjp4ub

saved and renewed, if it goes bankrupt first. Stop the bailout," is an example of his quotes. His books are used at universities, among government officials and within most industries. He lectures for universities, companies and governments.


This can be a Gift of Hope along with more than $5900 in bonus gifts you can give to your Friends & Family for this holiday season! Visit the site: http://tinyurl.com/yzjp4ub

Linda Barnett-Johnson
www.lindabarnett-johnson.com

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