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Update on the Vancouver Beacon Center

Vancouver is one of the locations where you may have access to try out a Beacon or Super Beacon. The location may vary A little while back we announced the Vancouver Brane-Power Center. It is operational now, we have a … Continue reading

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Brane-Power Center Grass Valley, CA, USA

127 Neal St Grass Valley, CA 530-271-2239 open Saturdays 9am-1pm and by appointment Come on in and simply sit holding the Beacon Crystal Grippers and see what happens. IT’s FREE. Level 1 Beacon Training available. Listen to the Zone Box … Continue reading

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Brane-Power Center Riverside, California, USA

Brane-Power Center Riverside, California, USA BRANE-POWER BEACON RECAPITULATION DEVICE The Toltecs teach that each time we make a decision less-than-consciously, a part of us makes the other decision and our lifeline splits. The BEACON automatically seeks, recovers and harmonizes PUPs … Continue reading

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Opening a Brane-Power™ Center – what is needed?

Recently more people have asked what is needed to open a Brane-Power™ Center. We are happy that you have been touched and inspired by these tools to make them available to others. That is the most important ingredient in this. … Continue reading

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Brane-Power Centre, Cork City, Ireland

Great News – Brane-Power is available now in Ireland – Beacon use, Zone box, Amulets. Where: At “Dervish” Address: 50 Cornmarket Street, Cork City, Ireland Phone: 0214278243 Time and Place : Dervish – Upstairs: *Saturdays – subject to room availability … Continue reading

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Announcing the Vancouver BRANE-POWER CENTRE

Jaswant had a bit of an Announcement on Fri, 1 Oct 2010: “I will be hanging my license in Downtown  Vancouver, one block from a Skytrain  Station, where the Vancouver Canucks Hockey team plays. Suffice it to say, I should … Continue reading

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