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Worker in the Light: Unlock Your Five Senses and Liberate Your Limitless Potential Hardcover – September 19, 2006


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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Forge Books; First Edition edition (September 19, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0765310872
  • ISBN-13: 978-0765310873
  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 1.1 x 9.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,732,938 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"If you've ever wanted to travel in time, see your own future, and spread the wings of your spirit, this book is for you. One of the best books on human empowerment I have ever read."--Uri Geller, world-renowned psychic on Worker in the Light
 
"Even dyed-in-the-wool skeptics will enjoy this intriguing and often spooky exploration of George Noory's extraordinary world. Worker in the Light helps explain why Coast to Coast AM is one of the most popular radio shows in history."-- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Vanish
 
"From a chilling and chaotic on-air confrontation with a Ouija Board through a series of personal encounters with the unknown ranging from an out-of-body experience as a child to a terrifying discovery about Voodoo, Coast to Coast AM's mesmerizing host George Noory absolutely riveted me. What a life! I envy him these great adventures at the edge of reality...and a little farther beyond than most of us would dare to go. George is a very warm guy who has seen and done some very scary things. Late at night you can get a thrill by listening to George on the radio--and then, when it's really late, you can pick up his book...if you dare."---Whitley Strieber, New York Times bestselling author The Grays
 
"The ultimate primer for all those who believe there is more to life than simply death and taxes, written by a man who has made a career of bringing to light the world's experts with the rest of us who seek to be informed. Easy to follow, fascinating in its revelations, Worker in the Light is simply a must-read." 
--Steve Alten, New York Times bestselling author of MEG and The Loch
 
 
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author


George R. Noory is the host of America's top overnight radio show, Coast to Coast AM, which is broadcast over 500 radio stations as well as streamed over the Internet to over 10 million people a night. He was born in Detroit and now resides in St. Louis and Los Angeles. A three-time Emmy Award winning producer, Noory also spent nine years in the United States Naval reserve as an officer being awarded the distinguished Navy Achievement Award.


William J. Birnes is the New York Times bestselling co-author of The Day After Roswell with Lt. Col. Philip J. Corso. Birnes is the publisher of UFO Magazine and Filament Electronic Books and was the editor of the UFO Encyclopedia and the McGraw-Hill Personal Computer Programming Encyclopedia. Birnes lives in Los Angeles and New York with his wife, novelist and editor, Nancy Hayfield.



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Customer Reviews

The only nice thing I can say about this book is that it makes a hell of a coaster to place your beverage on.
Heywood
This book reads as though he threw it together in one weekend, complete with typographical errors and sentences that make no sense, where is the editor???
K-Girl
Readers should use this book and George's instructions as a guide to develop a psychic 'physique,' and live a magical life while "working in the light."
Leilah Publications

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210 of 228 people found the following review helpful By J. Houston on October 27, 2006
Format: Hardcover
As a big C2C fan I eagerly snapped up the book without even reading the comments on the back and side. I surmised that the book would be great because I enjoy Noory's work on C2C and he seems like an honest person who would give you your money's worth and then some. WRONG. This book is barely readable. The first half of the book is dedicated to a bunch of stories about events in Noory's life. He talks about his relatives and experiences as a child. I guess it is readable for a short time but you keep asking yourself when do we get to ANYTHING regarding the grandiose claims made on the inside cover ? (Transcend all doubts and fears,shatter the prison walls of your five senses, free yourself from the confines of time, etc,). I found nothing in the book that delivers anything close to those claims. I guess this book could be worthwhile if you just want some stories and history on topics such as remote viewing BUT you will be disappointed if you are looking for techniques to achieve the outrageous claims made on the inside cover.
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67 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Elaine Monkey on March 13, 2007
Format: Hardcover
I am very disappointed in George. I listen to George, Ian and Art almost every single day through podcast. Everything that is in this book has been said umpteenth times on the show. For example, he spends a good deal of time explaining how to keep a dream diary. Who doesn't know how to do that, especially among the C2C audience? Give me a break! It sounds like he wrote it during commercial breaks of the Chris Angel show. I believe that George is looking to make a quick buck at the expense of his fans. What a shame.
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88 of 102 people found the following review helpful By J. Kramer on January 24, 2007
Format: Hardcover
This book (if you can call it that) is scattered, shallow, and limited. Supposedly, he was to "plumb the depths" of new paranormal exercises. Basically, this was an exercise in futility. For Noory to tell us we are entering a "new age" is pedantic and oft-repeated. Nothing new here to see, folks. Move along.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Tracy Taylor on December 1, 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I am a long time listener to Coast to Coast Am and over the past three years I have noticed a change in George Noory as a host. It's as if he is getting more elementary and overly simple minded. It's as if he has forgotten all of the knowledge he has been exposed to from the guests he has had on over the years. The questions he asks are as if he knows nothing of the esoteric. The show is becoming more about him then about his guests.

This book is a fine example of this. I agree with the majority of these reviews, this book was certainly written for promoting himself as a personality. I am really tired of him continually reminding us of his late aunt Shafica Karagulla too. Yawn.

My guess is he is playing it so safe to keep his job, that he has become boring and dull. Hence this fluff filled wordy book supposedly written by George Noory.

If this Catholic good boy is an intuitive, remote viewing, time traveler and thinks he has the authority to teach such subjects, then I am a hamster coo coo ca choo.
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Truman Chipotle on February 20, 2008
Format: Paperback
I read the better part of this book at the bookstore, while waiting a few minutes for my car to be serviced. Yes, it's that fluffy of a read. But let's be honest, there is no way that George Noory could have written this book, or any other book.

I have been listening to C2C for years, and I honestly think that Mr. Noory may be in the early stages of dementia. Seriously. His word selection is increasingly limited. Over time, he has begun to choose simpler and simpler words all the time to express himself. He repeats the same cliches and aphorisms over and over. (such as "I don't believe in coincidences"). He verbally muddles through the news update segment at the beginning of the show every single night, crossing up words, dropping syllables, putting strange, random emphasis on the wrong word or syllable. As a subscriber to the podcast, I have hours of mp3 files to back this up. He asks his guests questions that are so irrelevant to the topic and out of step with the narrative, that they respond with long, awkward pauses of apparent disbelief. He blurts out unsolicited medical advice, including a recent show where he even recommended a prescription drug to a listener by name, after hearing a ten second medical history. This shows a serious lack of impulse control and judgement, which is a hallmark of frontal lobe dementia. He increasingly reports doing absent minded things and having accidents, such as "falling into a giant puddle of water" in Austin. He is at exactly the right age to be experiencing the onset of frontal lobe dementia or perhaps early Alzheimers. He needs to get help, for sure. And if he isn't in the early stages of dementia, then he has to be drinking enough before the show to impair his thinking and speech. Either way, he needs to seek help or retire, or both. But I seriously think it's dementia. Mr. Noory if you are reading this please get an MRI and a SPECT scan from a reputable neurologist right away, and be prepared for the worst.
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38 of 45 people found the following review helpful By K-Girl on April 2, 2007
Format: Hardcover
As a huge fan of Coast to Coast AM for over 12 years, I expected when George wrote this book, and the promises made as to it's valuable content, that I would get a great value in practical exercises to make huge changes in my personal and spiritual potential to help myself and most especially for my children. I forked out money I could barely even afford because of the promise the book makes, even in it's title. I have NEVER been so terribly disappointed and let down. This book is nothing more than a bad reiteration of Coast shows and constant quoting of other authors!!! GEORGE, you are NO Whitley Streiber or Art Bell. How sad it looks as though this was just a thrown together ploy to make money off the trust of Valuable Coast to Coast AM fans. As an avid life long reader, I cannot recommend this book for any use or value, and the title is sadly misleading. This book reads as though he threw it together in one weekend, complete with typographical errors and sentences that make no sense, where is the editor??? Good Grief do not buy this atrocious book, I wasted my money, and I am sadly let down, what a fake!!!!This man should do us all a favor and not ever write another thing again!!! I will never trust Noory & Co again! Art should NEVER have retired!!! At least when you buy a book he writes you get some value & content. Two thumbs down for Noory!
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