Lets have a mosey at the product description:
"The Four Insights are the wisdom teachings that have been protected by secret societies of Earthkeepers, the medicine men and women of the Americas. The Insights state that all creation—humans, whales, and even stars—is made from light manifest through the power of intention. The Earthkeepers mastered the Insights, and used them to heal disease, eliminate emotional suffering, and even grow new bodies that age and heal differently.
Mastery of the Insights allows you to reinform your DNA and participate consciously in your biological, emotional, and spiritual evolution. According to the prophecies of the Maya, Hopi, and Inka Earthkeepers, we’re at a turning point in human history, when a new species of human will give birth to itself. We’re going to take a quantum leap into what we’re becoming and will no longer be Homo sapiens but Homo luminouos. The Four Insights reveal ancient technologies we can practice for becoming beings of light with the ability to perceive the energy and vibration that make up the physical universe at a much higher level."
I spotted this revelatory tome in the clutches of a grinogo on a bus to Panama; the kind who has a disordered mane of greying hairs and a local girlfriend half his age. (No doubt tasked with helping him reinform his withering chromosomes.)
The notion that the native peoples of the Americas had a better idea of how to look after our planet isn't one that stands up to much scrutiny. And yet it somehow persists and helps float a not insubstantial publishing industry.
Here in Guatemala the ancient Maya have become one of the most salient case studies we have in poor environmental management. Perhaps they were too busy vibrating to notice all the deforestation and soil erosion they'd been causing?
Ask yourself why the indigenes were so amazed at seeing the Spanish conquistadors on top of horses, an animal which evolved in the Americas? Because they'd long ago eaten them all.
And as soon as the invaders had inadvertently provided them with a fresh supply, they hopped right on and started exterminating the buffalo and any other large mammals left over from earlier man-made extinction events.