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Anatomy of The Human Grey Body: Grey Anatomy Paperback – November 26, 2007
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About the Author
Gregory Nolan O'Dell b. 1957 Sculptor, Poet, Lyrics, Philosophical Essayist, Screen Playwright Currently pursuing MBA Anthropology the University of Texas at San Antonio
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The author often misuses words or uses the singular form of a noun when he intends for it to be plural. The misused apostrophes and typos also greatly interrupted the flow of reading.
The author sites many works, but never gives any insight or depth to the material quoted. He acts as if he is revealing a great unknown truth by claiming that the Greys and jivatmas of ancient India are one and the same, but he never explores that avenue. He makes many bold statements but never expands on them.
O'Dell also includes several photos of "orbs" of dubious quality. You can see much more interesting orbs online for free.
In a nutshell, the author contends:
The Greys exist on both the material and astral planes of existence. That's really pretty much it. O'Dell says that "intense historic evidence describing the jivatma are readily available in libraries and electronic text". Why doesn't he quote any of this vast knowledge to support his point? The author repeats himself throughout the book and never explains why he thinks what he does or how he came to his conclusion.
I really wanted to love this book. The title and reviews suckered me in. It was an unfortunate waste of the twenty minutes it took to read. If you want to learn about the multidimensional concept of reality mentioned by the author, search Kindle books for C.W.Leadbeater's "A Textbook of Theosophy." It's free and a superior product.
I just can't get over O'Dell titling his book "Anatomy of the Grey Human Body Grey Anatomy," when he couldn't even get the eyes right.