The Tenth Insight (novel)

lush, romantic forest scene with waterfall and lakeIn The Tenth Insight, James Redfield picks up the religious adventure he began in The Celestine Prophesy.

Seeking a friend who has disappeared, Nameless Narrator arrives at a small Appalachian village outside a national forest in time to make eye contact with a man he sees walking away from him.

Nameless follows the man.

Something bad is happening in the forest. An energy company is trying to develop a new, clean energy source and get a monopoly on it.

Nameless realized there is a one-time opportunity to change the world if cheap energy can be made available to everyone in the world. A handful of good guys band together to prevent the company from getting a monopoly.

Easier said than done. There are armed guards around the site.

Even after the good guys have “cleared [their] residual emotions and amplified [their] energy and shared [their] Birth Visions,” they still haven’t “seen the World Vision.”

Their energy is almost totally deflated, but eventually they are able to “lift the whole valley to a higher vibratory pattern.”

Readers may want to wait for a movie version of The Tenth Insight. Imagine the thrill of seeing Robert Downey Jr. tell Don Cheadle, “Find the World Vision and resolve the polarization.”

The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision
Further Adventures of the Celestine Prophesy
By James Redfield
Warner Brooks. ©1996. 236 p.
1996 bestseller #10; my grade: D

©2020 Linda G. Aragoni

Celestine Prophesy again

dark green, all-text cover does not suggest adventure
The story is as adventurous as the cover.

James Redfield’s novel The Celestine Prophesy: An Adventure, which captured third place on the 1994 bestseller list, came in at sixth place on the 1995 list. Click here for my review.