Abundance Through Scarcity

ebook: Abundance Through Scarcity

Sprache - Englisch

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In Abundance Through Scarcity, Ioni Appelberg, a medical doctor, psychonaut, and martial artist, embarks on a thought-provoking exploration that challenges the hidden forms of slavery in our modern world. Appelberg exposes the illusory nature of voluntary servitude with captivating prose and profound insights and directly calls us to reclaim our freedom.

The book traces a path from the forgotten empires of the past to the anticipated civilizations of the future. It navigates through the shackles of traditional slavery, shedding light on the prisons of modern-day cubicles.

You are holding an illustrated guide into the very fabric of the universe, where absolute scarcity reigns as a fundamental property — a property that holds the key to abundance. Abundance Through Scarcity takes you on a voyage toward self-discovery.

Are you ready to embark on this transformative experience that will forever change how you see the world?

About the Author

Ioni Appelberg is an exceptional author, a visionary explorer, and a captivating storyteller. As a bitcoin philosopher and futurist, he fearlessly delves into the uncharted territories of technology, space, and the boundless depths of the human mind. With an eclectic background spanning science fiction, human history, and psychedelics, Appelberg crafts mesmerizing narratives that seamlessly intertwine imagination and reality.

Beyond his literary prowess, Appelberg holds the distinction of being a medical doctor, an mma fighter, and a psychonaut. These diverse experiences have enriched his writing, infusing it with a profound understanding of the human condition and an insatiable thirst for knowledge. An avid reader and a relentless seeker of truth, he emboldens readers to embark on their own transformative quests for enlightenment.

Product Details

Publisher: Konsensus Network

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Language: English

Size: 320 Pages

Filesize: 5.8 MB

ISBN: 9789916723104