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The Search for 11:11

Posted: Tue Aug 10, 2004 4:34 am
by Geoff
“The Search for 11:11”
A Journey into the Spirit World
by George Mathieu Barnard

Important for those who are serious about getting to know the 1,111
Secondary Midwayers and other Celestials.

It can be found here, and you can purchase this outstanding publication from BookMasters,
from Amazon, or from us: The Search For 11:11

Your purchase of this intriguing volume will assist the 11:11 Progress Group in its many endeavors.

Sample chapters can be read here: Sample The Search

Posted: Tue Aug 10, 2004 12:02 pm
by Helen W
An interesting book raising all sorts of questions on the nature of reality.
Written in an easily read manner with lots of humour, the book is a series of anecdotes of how George Barnard came to understand and accept his contact with the spiritual beings known as Mid-wayers whose calling card is 11:11, and later to work with them conciously.
A great book for anyone who has experienced spiritual contact and has doubted themselves, by giving confirmation that such things do exist within our physical reality and they are good!
The book is down to earth yet has the capacity to bring deep questions to your mind.
The stars of the book are undoubtably the mid-wayers themselves, colourful characters with a great sense of fun and humanity.
A must for anyone receiving 11:11 prompts, or who is open to ideas that there may be other intelligences than ourselves.

Posted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 5:59 am
by snow_wolf11
A brilliant, wonderful, and exceptionally well written, and humourous book, dealing with the very real exsistence of Celestials/Midwayers, and the journey they take our very own George on.

Anyone, who has an urgent longing, for an answer to those all knowing intuitions, and time prompts, must read this book! George Barnard puts himself out there, with his honesty, and candid determination, to fulfill his 'Call of Service' for the Celestial Troops of the 1111.

Read along, as some really beauitful, and not so pleasant, life lessons are learned, and avoided, in this hard-to-put-down-not wanting-it-to-end book!

You will NOT be disappointed!!
:thumleft: :thumright:

I'm just CURIOUS!

Posted: Tue Mar 15, 2005 4:57 am
by George
An 11:11 list subscriber writes:

<<<< …. I have a question, George. Maybe not important...It relates to Jasmin Chend Singh. You were friends with the family and you obvioulsy saw them before and after the meeting during which you spotted the (baby) boy.... Why did you see him then, not much later during the pregnancy, for instance? In your book you wrote… I'm just CURIOUS! D.>>>

At the time I had no idea why the “data” arrived so early. Most of my documentation was over and done with by 1999, however, and it was then that I learned why the “data” came across so well in advance of the birth. Jasmin Chand Singh (not her real name, of course) was only a week or so (or maybe just a few days) away from going into hospital to have her tubes tied. She had given up giving birth to a boy. So, yes, it was info that arrived well in advance, but it was also very urgent.

Sarjit Chand Singh was simply meant to be! There's a reason for everyone and everything, and nothing is without a reason. The chaos we perceive is merely a difficult-to-understand "fractional view" of a complex but well-ordered universe where all and everything is essential in presence and intrically related as well.

Boy! That dark red bit just happened "out of nowhere".

I was rather pleased to find out the reason why there was "urgency of a kind" when he took ages to be born, but at the time I did trust it to be appropriate, though it seemed to be a "really-far-into-the-future” "prophetic vision" when it came.

Hope this helps.

God bless…

Posted: Thu Oct 27, 2005 4:23 pm
by abdhi
I just finished reading The Search for 11:11. It was a great read...I had a hard time putting it down! It is full of honesty, humor and humility and has helped me feel more convinced than ever that I am on the right path. I really enjoy George's style of writing. I highly recommend it!

I especially enjoyed the Chapter "The Great Master's Golden Glow"..."We are each other at our Spiritual Root Source." Amen to that!

With love...Wendy

Posted: Thu Oct 27, 2005 4:34 pm
by George
Thank you, Wendy,

It was REALLY something else! Something marvelous! I saw three "guys" involved with the implantation of first life on the planet... all the way through to Light and Life, and I comprehended it all.

Then they "stole" all the info from my mind... for a time.


Posted: Fri Oct 28, 2005 8:10 am
by sidevision
It is a great book!! I am sorry to say I felt a bit envious toward George for being able to have such a wonderful relationship with the midwayers and Angels. :sorry: George I can't wait til I can break through.I ask Jesus to forgive me for that feeling also :oops: . Gotta love ya George :love
:loves Sheree

Posted: Fri Oct 28, 2005 8:16 am
by George
Hello dear Sheree,

Well, you know what is said about "the grass being greener"... I went through all hell to arrive at that point where I turned it all over to dear old Joshua ben Joseph. 8)

No beer and skittles (whatever they are), and nary time to smell the roses.


Posted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 10:39 pm
by Petra Wilson
Got a bone to pick with you George....
I'm really busy with those paintings, dead-line tomorrow. So anyway, I HAD to take a 5 minute breather and thought I'd read the foreword, perhaps even the first chapter of your book....COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN! Never mind the bleedin' pictures, I thought...after getting into chapter 5! Seriously, it was with difficulty that I put it down.
I loved the part of your early childhood when you astral travelled and occasionally eavesdropped on your parents. Love it!

Love always, Petra XXX

Posted: Thu Mar 02, 2006 6:32 am
by George
Hi there Petra,

Would you believe that I occasionally pick up one of my own books.... actually READ them.... and have another good laugh about what I got up to?

Why is it I remember all of the good stuff? :wink:


Posted: Fri Mar 03, 2006 11:40 am
by Petra Wilson
Hey George, I have some spare time to selfishly indulge with whatever...and you know what I'll be doing most of the afternoon/evening? Yep, :study: your book.

Love you lots, Petra XXX

In Search of 11:11

Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 9:50 pm
by ssjenn
Hi All,

I just finished reading the book and I couldn't put it down either. Very easy to read.

I had the same experience as George had with the bullies at school being sent away by an invisible force. I thought for sure I was doomed and then a look came over his face and the potential rapist left. It was very interesting (albeit frightening) to watch!

I am glad George is still around to tell the tales! He also inspired me to take up the artform of hypnosis.

Love and light,

Re: The Search for 11:11

Posted: Sun Mar 14, 2010 6:15 am
by theocles

Just want to say I finished your book about a month ago. I usually read about 20 pages before bed each night. I enjoyed it so much! I'm not a great reader, but in a way, it reminded me a bit of Slaughterhouse 5 (one of my faves). You jump around in time, and it kept me on my toes. The style is humorous and clever. A little strange at first, written in third person, but at the same time, first person!

It's wonderful and important that you've documented all this. You're a jack of all trades with a quick wit about you! But u already know that..

One of my favorite parts is when u meet up with Ahbecetutu! haha!

"Poor fella, Barnard thought. He must have had just the one name. And a strange one at that - it ends with the name of a ballerina's skirt. But where does he come from? A thought struck him. He might be both Bantu and Zulu, and somehow these two names had gotten themselves mixed up."

Now that just cracked me up. I can just imagine the look on Bzutu's face while you were thinking that! haha! So disrespectful you are! And to say, "Shall I just call you Bzutu, for short?" No wonder he had a smile on his face, he prolly looked at your entire future and had no choice! :lol:

Great work! Looking forward to the rest of your books.

Paul Effinger

Re: The Search for 11:11

Posted: Sun Mar 14, 2010 8:06 am
by George
Hi there Paul,

Glad you enjoyed "The Search for 11:11." Fully a month behind planning, "In the Service of 11:11" has just gone off to
BookMasters in Ohio for a 3000 off offset run.

It's now just a matter of 3 to 4 weeks. and it should be on Amazon and with the bigger book stores --
Barnes and Noble and more.

It'll be with BookMasters in just weeks.

Thank you for your help with that baby :baby .

God bless...

Re: The Search for 11:11

Posted: Mon Apr 05, 2010 4:41 pm
by Artisanlady
Hi George,

Reading your book now and about halfway through, and yes, it is a very interesting read and very well written for newcomers looking to find out more.

When your daughter lost the bracelet riding her pony on your land, and you walked right out and "eureka" found it; well, that happened to me yesterday. I didn't hear a voice, but my daughter (teenager) was bugging me to find an egg dyeing kit for Easter. I told her, "I had no idea where it was" (and really I didn't), then suddenly like a minute later, "poof" this vision popped into my head, and I went right to it! Eureka moment :shock:

Really enjoying your book (and looking forward to the next one), thank you for sharing your life's experiences with us. You have led such a fascinating life. I so wish I could astral travel like you do. I only wish I had half the psychic ability you possess, but maybe the midwayers or celestials can help me out with enhancing mine :finger: