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Orlando Holistic Medicine and Wellness Center Releases Conspiracy Theory Thriller Book
Date:6/24/2013

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) June 24, 2013

The Bio-Institute of Light and Sound is proud to announce the release of “Destiny of the doG”, a conspiracy theory thriller book written by VIE, a world-famous French-American gifted energy healer, light and sound therapist and founder of The Bio-Institute of Light and Sound.

VIE was born on a small French island in the South Pacific. She is a direct descendent of the French Aristocracy. Her father was a wealthy industrialist. She is dedicated to bringing powerful messages to the world, along with warnings and future predictions.

“Destiny of the doG” is the fascinating, historical, mesmerizing and semi-autobiographical journey. It is a guide for truth-seekers, a thriller, spiritual treatise and a book of prophecy all rolled into one. It is Dan Brown (Da Vinci Code) meets Erich von Däniken (Chariots of the Gods).

The book follows VIE, a metaphysical light and vibration healer, from her unexpected first meeting with the Archangel Michael, to the end of days. Through VIE’s journey, you will learn about who really controls the global economy, the media, schools, churches, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies.

Earth is a light and vibrational grid matrix, an energetic blueprint of all life. However, the energy of the earth is changing. There is a never-ending battle between good and evil. Pharmaceutical drugs are losing their effect on people. Many illnesses unexplained today are linked to the ingestion of drugs. Perfect health is accessible through holistic therapies and natural methods, including music, light and bio sound therapy, essential oils and aromatherapy.

In addition to being a conspiracy theory thriller, “Destiny of the doG” seeks to educate the public on healthier ways to live, to defragment old programming and to replace it with light and sound frequencies. This is referred to as Biostimulation.

“Destiny of the doG” is $29.95 a
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