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NOTE Book written in first person and the name of the narrator was never revealed to avoid confusion he will be referred to as James the authors first name 1 James meets an old friend named Charlene who tells him of a manuscript consisting of nine insights that were recently found in the Peruvian countryside 2 James decides to go to Peru in search of this manuscript and so James books a flight to Peru 3 During the flight James meets a scientist named Dobson who is also in search of the manuscript 4 Dobson tells James of the first insight all seeming coincidences in life are really events meant to happen which directly reflects their meeting 5 Once off the plane James and Dobson have a run in with the local government and they loose contact 6 After loosing contact with Dobson James meets Wil who leads him to a secret compound where the manuscript is being read and studied 7 At the compound James meets Julia and she tells him about the relationship between plants and the energy field 8 James learns that the churches and governments of Peru dont like the manuscript and will do whatever it takes to keep it from the public 9 While continuing his search around the countryside James tries to learn more about the manuscript but ends up losing contact with Wil and being arrested by the government 10 James is held at a facility run by priests Through a past encounter James had discovered that his purpose in life was to learn what the church fears about the manuscript 11 While held up in the facility James tries to convince the priest that their fears about the manuscript are unfounded 12 James escapes with another friend named Marjorie who is also being held at the facility 13 James rejoins his past friends and ends up in a confrontation with the Cardinal of the church in
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