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Old 06-06-2007, 01:16 AM   #41
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What is the last book you read?....and what did you think about it?
Hi Tin menace, Well, I am a Gemini, so I always read 2 books at the same time. This time I'm reading 3 books

1) Apocalypse 2012 by Lawrence E. Joseph (An optimist investigates the end of civilisation) Written in a light vein but with factual evidence regarding sun spots etc, a good read, and I'm learning quite a bit of scientific stuff.

2) Wisdom of the Peaceful Warrior by Dan Millman
Love this guys books and I'm nearly through it....great read!

3) And just for fun!! Love and Louis XIV by Antonia Fraser
What a guy What a bast-ard he turned out to be eh? just like all of their kith and kin. To defeat the 'enemy' it can sometimes pay to read about their strategy?

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Old 06-06-2007, 08:30 AM   #42
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at the moment i'm reading neil gaiman's 'american gods', once again a brilliant book by gaiman, i highly reccomend it, it's a novel but deals with what happens to the gods of the various cultures who immigrated to america over the years.

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Old 06-06-2007, 11:52 AM   #43
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Not exactly a book, but I've been hopelessly addicted to these comics since childhood.


Asterix And The Secret Weapon
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Old 06-06-2007, 12:30 PM   #44
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currently reading this book - william buhlman adventures beyond the body - http://www.4shared.com/file/10110870...ction.html?s=1

page 36-
My interest in physics increased with the number of out-of-body experiences I had.
When out-of-body, I would closely observe the energy structures around me. I
became fascinated with the nonphysical forms and substances I encountered. I
recognized that each environment and dimension within the interior of the universe
has specific similarities and differences. The most significant difference appears to
be the degree of responsiveness to thought of a given nonphysical environment.
Some nonphysical environments are easily molded by thought while others are
extremely resistant. I believe that all nonphysical energy is thought-responsive;
however, when a group of individuals maintains the same image or beliefs, the
group creates, molds, and maintains a consensus reality. In effect, group thoughtenergy
forms, stabilizes, and actually solidifies nonphysical energy. The larger the
group (some number in the millions), the more stable the immediate energy
environment becomes. This is an important discovery because it explains the vast
differences encountered when exploring the nonphysical dimensions. For example,
the first nonphysical dimension is a parallel energy world almost identical to the
physical universe. This dimension of energy existing close to the physical is molded
by the consensus thoughts of the six billion inhabitants existing in the physical.
The underlying cause of this phenomenon appears to be remarkable: consciousness
creates reality. All reality, including matter, is shaped and molded by thought.
Creation itself is the result of conscious thought-energy influencing, arranging, and
manifesting form and substance as we know it. Countless nonphysical explorations
into the interior of universe confirm this observation. It’s only the density of matter
that obscures the truth of this from our physical senses. In the physical world,
consciousness uses biological vehicles for its expression. Our physical bodies are
the direct tools of our consciousness; our thoughts direct our bodies to build the
reality we experience every day of our lives. This process of consciousness creating
reality is more important than words can begin to express. Our recognition of this
reality is the first step to true mastery of ourselves and our surroundings. Each of
us possesses the creative ability and power to shape and mold his or her ideal
physical, emotional, and intellectual surroundings. It is up to us, however, to
recognize and implement our creative ability. Our recognition of the creative power
of consciousness will dramatically affect both our immediate future and the
evolution of our species. Until we truly comprehend and consciously control the
unseen energies flowing through us, we will be bound to the dense molecular forms
that surround us. Our evolution from a physical creature to a multidimensional,
nonphysical being is directly linked to the recognition and conscious control of our
thought-energy. Once we truly comprehend our individual ability to shape and mold
the energy around us, we can begin to take full responsibility for our thoughts. With
every thought and deed we become aware that we are the creative artists of our
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Old 06-06-2007, 02:12 PM   #45
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To Have or to Be, by Eric Fromm...
Currently and slowly toiling through Gestalt Therapy by Frederick Pearls...
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Old 06-06-2007, 03:14 PM   #46
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I am almost finished reading [I]The Tutankhamun Prophecies[I] by Maurice Cotterell. Very interesting theory regarding solar science by decoding the treasures found in King Tut's tomb.

Cotterell's also written two other books I intend to read: The Mayan Prophecies andThe Supergods.
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Old 06-06-2007, 04:31 PM   #47
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Dolphin Connection by Joan Ocean

Amazing book, totally inspiring & uplifting, loved it
I agree, the other one dolphins into the future by Joan Ocean is also great.
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Old 06-06-2007, 04:43 PM   #48
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I agree, the other one dolphins into the future by Joan Ocean is also great.
Yeah I also have that one too (after your earlier recommendation), but I still haven't got around to reading it yet.

I have so many piled up waiting to be read... there's just not enough time in the day at the moment!!
“It's just a ride and we can change it any time we want. It's only a choice. No effort, no work, no job, no savings of money, a choice, right now, between fear and love. The eyes of fear want you to put bigger locks on your door, buy guns, close yourself off. The eyes of love instead see all of us as one.” BILL HICKS
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Old 06-06-2007, 04:50 PM   #49
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Currently reading 'Between Life & Death' by Delores Cannon. Next up: The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins.
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Old 06-06-2007, 05:37 PM   #50
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The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield

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Old 23-06-2007, 08:49 AM   #51
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Old 23-06-2007, 11:38 AM   #52
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I'm always reading multiple books at a time. At the moment it's :

"Astral Dynamics" - Robert Bruce. Absolute quality.
"The Art of Dreaming" - Carlos Castenada Castenada's stuff is legendary.
"Civilization One"
"Holographic Universe" - Michael Talbot. I assume most people are familiar with this one.
"Telecult Powers" old book about telepathy, psychokenesis etc...
"The Celestine Vision" - James Redfield. I've read the series so I'm starting on the others.

And I just got the newest edition of "Uncensored" Magazine that comes out of New Zealand. Very good mag. Highly recommended.

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Old 23-06-2007, 12:09 PM   #53
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Tohungaa by Paul Moon

Emerging Soul by Helen Barnes

both local authors

Tohunga, to explain what that is in English is difficult, what would be a close description is a shaman or medicine man, but even then, to think in Maori terms, its not quite on the mark. In this book Paul Moon interviews one of the very few tohunga left in NZ. It seems that tohunga used the equivalent to Quantum Physics as a tool for divination, healing, manifesting and to keep the balance with nature. In 1957 the Crown introduced a 4th article in the Treaty of Waitangi, stating that Maori could not, ever again, use the tohunga for healing. This was devastating to Maori. But of course, Maori still have tohunga, not many as was before, and some of the old ways have been lost forever.

Emerging Soul is the journal of a non maori nzer who takes you with her on her spiritual awakening. great book

jah rastafari
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Old 23-06-2007, 12:24 PM   #54
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'Infinite love is the only truthm everything else is illusion'


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Old 23-06-2007, 12:29 PM   #55
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John Anthony Wests " Serpent in the Sky" I thought as usual of the beauty and Love of Ancient Egypt in its primal time.

Also a lot of RA Schwaller de Lubichtz on a number of subjects fom Esoterism ans symbol to Number and allsorts by him.

What did I think of him and allways have done .... Genius

Also been reading the Tony Bushby stuff his 2nd 3 rd and 4th book.... what did i think.. just like i allways have .. dogma and chrhristianity and religions are lies and mind controll of the most insidious type known to mankind.

ALL the Love .. see ta all back here soon.

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Old 23-06-2007, 12:52 PM   #56
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The last book, i read was "Life! Reflections on your journey" by Louise L. Hay

I find it to be a very positive read, for me and allows me to reflect on my own journey, and old and new thoughts as well. Somehow enlargens my inner realm, for the better...

Brightness, from Dragonfly
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Old 25-06-2007, 01:28 AM   #57
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"Wilhelm Reich in Hell"
Written 20 years ago, this has even more relevance today.
Though I regard Robert Anton Wilson as in the end a twerp, this play and it's intoduction has a million beautiful truths, even though I don't agree with many of the conclusions. You can get it dirt cheap from Amazon, and I suggest you do.
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Old 25-06-2007, 02:41 AM   #58
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Millennium; Winners and Losers in the Coming Order (Paperback)
by Jacques Attali (Author)

great book

gives you great insight into power struggle, dwindling resources, European super state an future of U.S.
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Old 25-06-2007, 03:58 AM   #59
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I hardly read books these days. The last was an exception to my normal rule and I read Dr John Coleman's Committee of 300 book. It was worth it but anything less would bore me by the end of it. I get most of my info from forums, real life, a few papers, websites and so on but other than that I reason it out using my head. The book before that was Tim Berners-Lee's book about inventing the Internet. I admire his brain, a very clever chap indeed and worth a read as well.
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Old 27-06-2007, 07:54 AM   #60
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Serpent Grail.
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