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The purpose of the Spirit of Ma'at is to provide a central clearinghouse of undistorted information in the areas of spirituality, human potential, and new science. We feel that this service is important because the Internet is forming a global brain birthing a new way of planetary communication and yet there is so much factual distortion and fear-based reporting that it is akin to mental imbalance: not knowing what is real and what is not.

The truth will bring clarity. And, most important, truth just might provide the answers to saving ourselves from ourselves. And finding peace.

Since we began, we have provided hundreds of articles in 40 issues of our webzine and 12 Letters from Drunvalo, plus many, many more in an extensive News and Announcements section. We covered the events pursuant to 9-11 with a full magazine and weekly updates for several months.

Most of the magazines we have created were formerly available only to members of the website. In February 1, 2004 we began to release these issues free to all site visitors. And in the MaatShop, we make available some of the products and technologies that we talk about in our magazines. We also carry products that I have discovered in my constant search for sustainable technology and alternative ways of living and healing and there will soon be more of these. They are all without exception things that I myself and my family use and would not personally want to be without, and that are either difficult, impossible, or prohibitively expensive to obtain elsewhere.


In Love and Service,

Drunvalo

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Spirit of Ma'at online magazine

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Diane M. Cooper

Chief Editor —
Cal Garrison

Products and Shipping —
Dani Lodes

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Volkmar Pawlik

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Drunvalo Melchizedek

 

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