From aliens or ghosts to the djinn, electric-voice phenomenon, and UFO abductions, this book is the most comprehensive and enlightening survey ever made of encounters with the others.
Since our very beginnings, human beings from all civilizations across the globe have encountered the others' intelligent, self-motivated beings that are clearly not human in their origins. This book offers the most comprehensive survey ever made of such otherworldly visitors, from gods, angels, demons, and djinns to hobgoblins, poltergeists, and ghosts to UFOs and aliens. In addition to fully detailing the history of these encounters, the book attempts a bold explanation (never before undertaken) of the true nature of these beings. The book will explore the increasingly frequent entheogen encounters facilitated by substances such as dimethyltryptamine, ayahuasca, 5-Meo-DMT, and LSD, as well as the beings encountered by individuals suffering from Alzheimer s-related Charles Bonnet Syndrome, young children's non-corporeal companions, and the seemingly independent beings met during lucid dreaming and near-death and out-of-body experiences.
This book continues Anthony Peake's work in developing a completely original model of reality based upon an amalgamation of ancient belief systems, subjective human experiences of the extraordinary, and the latest discoveries of neurology, neurochemistry, quantum mechanics, and cosmology. This model proposes that consciousness, far from being simply an accident of evolution, is the actual root source of the material universe. It suggests that at its most basic level everything that is seemingly physical is rendered into existence by consciousness.
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One of his best if not the best
Loved the book, well researched and thought-provoking like all of his work but I found this one special. Initially I was disappointed he didn’t read the book himself as he has the others that have audio versions, but the reader was excellent. I did have one issue with him however: he pronounces the word “daemon” as “demon” which, while I think this is acceptable from a linguistic standpoint, certainly must leave a very wrong impression in listeners’ minds who are either haven’t seen the author’s work in print or who haven’t heard previous audiobooks read by the author.