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Length: 261 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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"[Urgency. is] thrilling... an ardently intelligent and graceful work."
--Mitch Horowitz, author of Occult America: The Secret History of How Mysticism Shaped Our Nation

From the Back Cover

All around the world exist ancient doors meant to be opened right now.

You are one of them.

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  • File Size: 600 KB
  • Print Length: 261 pages
  • Publisher: Kynegion House (May 14, 2011)
  • Publication Date: May 14, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0050ZI9XU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,077,265 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

Jeremy Vaeni is an award-winning writer who has authored three books: "Urgency.", "I Know Why The Aliens Don't Land!", and his latest--a horror novel--"Into The End." He is also writer/director/producer of the film "No One's Watching: An Alien Abductee's Story," as well as writer/director of the Wholphin DVD short film, "David Huggins: Experienced." He has hosted no less than 7 unique podcasts and was co-creator of "Paratopia Magazine."

He now lives in Hawaii where he thought he'd commune with dolphins, but it turns out feral chickens are more his speed. He has figured out why they cross the road--and it's not to get to the other side. It's because that moment of indecision in the middle is comedy gold. Chickens, it turns out, are real comedians.

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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By deus maxmius on December 1, 2011
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This book is definitely one of the worst books I have ever read - and I have read thousands.

Vaeni wrote this book because he had 'an experience' which he took to be 'enlightenment' and then decided his mission was to stay on earth and help the rest of humanity through his insights. That is not a metaphor or a critique - that is what Vaeni wrote.

Aren't we lucky? No. Throughout the book Vaeni simply lectures and heckles the reader, and in such a crude and bombastic style that it becomes tedious pretty quickly. There is absolutely no analysis of anything even tho' the book is full of how wrong everything and everyone who ever lived was, and is.

This 'book' is only the constant whining of a fool who has had 'an experience' and then must, above all else, tells us over and over and over again how special he is. It's an old old problem. Vaeni wants to be one of humanity's 'elder brothers' - but he has neither the ability or the heart, warmth and real compassion that is required.

It's obvious that whatver happened to Vaeni it was an unconscious mechanical accident and he has no idea why it happened. But the clues are all over the place: Vaeni's experience revolves around a blockage in his Kundalina related to his sex center. Everything he says and experienced comes from a lower chakra that is not functioning properly. He has no insight to this of course. He really is in love with the idea that he is enlightened. How embarrasing!

Look kids - stay away from junk like this at all costs. It's garbage, pure and simple.

On the other hand here's something real, by Jeanne de Salzmann: The Reality of Being: The Fourth Way of Gurdjieff
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By re70667 on December 16, 2011
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Is it any wonder Jeremy Vaeni's Urgency is selling for .99 cents? I think the foreward to the book gives the reader fair warning of what to expect - When fringe luminaries like Crop Circles extraordinaire Colin Andrews suggests that higher beings were using Vaeni to write this dollar-store book, well....maybe there are beings from somewhere else channeling through Vaeni(he can always blame the beings as this book tanks), but I doubt these beings come from a higher intellectual or spiritual level. And then there's Whitley Streiber who sings the praises of Vaeni....need I say more except 'Master of the Key' and his other tall tales -like being anally-raped by aliens, time-traveling and going to Mars ect. (What would South Park have done without Streiber's sexcapades with aliens?)

I read Urgency and frankly didn't get a word of it. No import, no great ahha moment. I gave it to two friends who read much more high-falutin' esoteric materials than I do and they too, didn't get it.

Fair warning that Vaeni is a devotee of the controversial, hypocritical, morally-bankrupt Krisnamurti(the late) and his writing smacks of it. [Vaeni's web forum - Paratopia - has a prominant link on its front page to the Krishnamurti cult...oops, foundation]

Urgency is a case of a marginal person in a marginal field who's knocked out a book of no real importance except to observe the devolution of the author. Vaeni is a self-proclaimed alien abductee~experiencer who occasionally gets posessed by some entity that makes him dance - his youtube channel shows this in all its dubious glory. The sad thing about the ramblings in this book is that Vaeni thinks they're something special.
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Jeremy Vaeni is brilliant..Outside the box, where we need to be.. Hits all the nails square on the heads concerning what is,what isn't,what might be..etc..,and he writes with engaging candid humor. Excellent read. Thanks Jeremy for sharing yourself/your thinking.!
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By aaron green on April 29, 2014
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Jeremy articulates the issue of "oneness" and and the his life experiences as if it were a sacred gnostic text. It is witty, and humorous,yet relays a message that is important to all of us at the same time.
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brad Maryland on November 6, 2011
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I was traveling and wanted to find a good read to get me from the East coast US to the West coast with enjoyment. I picked up Urgency because it looked like an interesting book on life's journey of reality and could do the job. I read 170 pages on my in bound flight and I stopped at ACT II CAUTION: IF DONE RIGHT THIS WILL KILL YOU. Considering I had to attend a conference the next day and know one likes to be held up on planes with dead people I decided to put the book down. I picked it back up and finish the rest on the way home. I usually do not finish a book in two days but this one was hard to put down.

Thank you very much for not another crap new age type read. This is real stuff. It freaks me out a little to think about the perspective of life which you laid out. I can no longer say "I" without thinking of first, second and third person merged to one being, me.

A++ Sir! Thank you....
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 19, 2011
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I've always advocated that everything you learn in life are just platforms till another belief system tears it down or else you remain stuck.Well if your stuck in your system here is your antidote. This book has been written with a take no prisoners attitude. Stripping you away from cultural, social, religion, psychological shackles.Dismantling every nut and bolt of dogma.And!it's funny to boot.This book has the capacity to allow one to include and transcend current belief systems or at least give one a minor systems upgrade.Great reading for those interested in Awakening or Absolute truths
sprinkled with intelligent humor.
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