From Publishers Weekly
Daskalos, a Greek Christian mystic of "unimaginable psychic power," and his disciple, Kostas, are the subjects of this credulity-straining report. Based in Cyprus, they communicate with an archangel who once lived on Earth as St. John, author of the Gospel. Able to perform amazing cures and undertake out-of-body travels (here called exomatosis), they drone on endlessly, about Absolute Beingness (God), our inner selves as Holy Monads, reincarnation, karma, chakras (body energy centers). Markides, a University of Maine sociology professior, states that all names in the book are fictitious, which does not inspire confidence. Nor does the appearance of characters such as the Blond Magus, a Macedonian wizard who claims he developed his powers in a Tibetan monastery.
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