On the Edge of Reality: Hidden Technology, Powers of the Mind, Quantum Physics, Paranormal Phenomena, Orbs, UFOs, Harmonic Transmissions, and Crop Circles First Edition
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"On the Edge of Reality makes us as humans aware of a new reality that is going to guide our understanding of our place in the Universe and that we are all one, including the extraterrestrials who have been observing us for thousands of years. Quantum physics is slowly opening the door to mysteries of the Universe and our place in it; it shows that the Universe is more mysterious than we imagined and indeed more mysterious than we can imagine." --Dr. Jesse Marcel, Jr, MD, military officer, author of The Roswell Legacy, Reviews
"In my lifetime of reading and research, I have never seen a more comprehensive, grounded and logical presentation of supra-normal phenomena. This is the best researched attempt to comprehend their origins and ultimate meaning for mankind. It is a grand achievement by authors with indisputable credentials and authority who have advanced our understanding of the reality of higher consciousness and its immense potential and hope for all of us. High strangeness, indeed." --Dan Aykroyd, comedian, singer, actor, and screenwriter, Reviews
About the Author
Andrews has written or coauthored seven books on healing, subtle energy, and consciousness, including The Path of Energy and The Path of Emotions. She taught for 15 years at the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy and 7 years at the Kripalu Yoga Institute. Andrews is an authorized teacher of Jin Shin Do Bodymind Acupressure, a Reiki Master-Teacher, and an instructor in energy awareness for personal and professional development.
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From modern technology that threatens our very existence to a new awareness of ourselves and our place in the universe.
This emerging new Paradigm is difficult for us to grapple with, but Colin leads the way in consciousness after 30 years of exploring the unknown, being catapulted into the crop circle phenomena back in 1981. As the worlds’ leading expert on crop circles, he looked for clues to their formations and found an unknown, but spectacular Consciousness behind them that was inter-acting with everyone on a grand scale. Some of these observations even became personal, which led Colin into the international frontiers of physics and paranormal phenomena.
Although he hints at cause and the ramifications for the planet; there is one theme throughout the book; and that is indeed this is a personal journey for everyone. We are on the brink of a very different future, and one we must participate in with an open mind and raising our awareness to deal with what is to come. We are all architects of this future, and we can only ignore it at our peril.
Synthia Andrews gives us much to contemplate in her closing chapter “Homo Noeticus, The Conscious Human”. It encompasses all the boundaries of known science and peers into the world of the subconscious and it’s imprint on humankind. This was without a doubt, a book that has left a lasting impression on me. Whether you choose to see an intelligence that is working with us and trying to guide us, or whether you believe that modern technology will save us; you cannot ignore the comprehensive and subjective conclusions given in this book.
You will become a participant as a fully conscious human after reading this.
You will see your world from a different and expanded consciousness. Colin is a visionary, and a much needed one at these very pivotal times.
The book represents a summary of Andrews' years of research in the paranormal, and repeats much of the material found in the "Conscious Circles" DVD. However, there is much material here that was NOT covered in the DVD. Topics include crop circles (of course), UFOs, remote viewing, orbs, chemtrails, unexplained aerial sounds, climate change, climate control, mental telepathy, and an assortment of related issues. Andrews' central idea is that paranormal phenomena are on the increase, and that this portends - and is helping to shape - a change in human consciousness towards a more spiritual and holistic view of reality. Andrews further believes that these changes in consciousness are being driven - even mandated - by some form of non-human intelligence, though the exact nature or identity of this intelligence is never specified.
Of particular interest to me were the sections on "earth hums", "sky trumpets", and "black bag" phenomena, since these topics were either entirely new to me or were subjects that I had only a marginal familiarity with. The book's final section - which described several attempts to influence external events through the power of prayer and meditation - was also of particular interest insofar as it was claimed that these efforts bore tangible results.
In the title of this review I said that the book "raises many questions, but answers few," and I think Andrews himself might agree to that. His subject matter is elusive by nature, and many of the topics are inevitably associated with conspiracy theories of varying probability. Andrews himself does not escape conspiracy-mongering, but he USUALLY renders his judgments with an "asterisk", so to speak. He has many theories as to the possible source of many unexplained phenomena, but usually stops short of deciding on any particular theory.
Now for a couple of my beefs with the book. I was a little annoyed by his jab at the American religious right because it seemed he was suggesting that - as religious entities - they have no business trying to influence politics. Yet Andrews himself is keen on seeing HIS spiritual vision embodied in political and social institutions, so I thought there was an element of hypocrisy there. On the other hand, I might just have misunderstood his point about the religious right. Also, in the section on religious conflict, he focused entirely on the religious right and on the Vatican, making no mention whatsoever of Islam. To me, any serious discussion of the future must address the question of the growing influence of Islam in Western Europe; within thirty to fifty years, several European countries will be between 30% and 60% Muslim. The implications for civil liberties, economic development, scientific development, and public education are enormous.
Andrews is justifiably concerned about governmental efforts at thought-control - either through propaganda or via some more sinister technological means - yet seems to celebrate the notion that "higher beings" are doing the same thing, i.e., entering into our very consciousness to control our thoughts and behavior. This idea is indeed central to his "synthesis" of crop circle hoaxing and "authentic" crop circles, in which he envisions an occult interplay between human hoaxers, a non-human intelligence, crop circle researchers, and the spirit of the earth itself. The answer may be self-evident to Andrews, but some of us wonder at the wisdom of giving control of our inner being to ANY unasked for agency. Modern UFOlogy is replete with horror stories of abductions, implants, and genetic engineering, yet Andrews seems curiously serene about those developments. Although far from being frightened schoolchildren, UFO writers Jacques Vallee and John Keel both warned of the dangers of contact - sought or unsought - with UFO's and other paranormal phenomena.
Finally, although Andrews is constantly warning about the dangers of corporate influence and governmental power and secrecy, it seems to me that implementing his social vision would itself require a very powerful and all-seeing government, perhaps even a world government answerable to no one. This, to me, is perhaps the most important unanswered question facing Andrews. The final chapter outlines some concrete actions that people can take to help bring about the social and spiritual realities that Andrews hopes for, and I find little there to disagree with, at least in principle. The devil is always in the details.
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Zurück zur Ausgewogenheit. Mir hat ganz besonders gut seine Ausführung zum Thema "Ungewöhnliche Streifen am Himmel" gefallen. Zwar nutzt auch er die Terminologie "chemtrails" konzentriert sich aber lieber auf das Phänomen an sich. Jeder der Argumente braucht, um andere zu überzeugen, dass oben in den letzten Jahren ungewöhnliches passiert, kann mit diesem Buch und seinen Quellenhinweisen einiges stemmen. Letztendlich gefällt mir, dass er das Ganze in einem spirituellen Kontext sieht. So, dass auch ich noch mal bewusster wurde im Umgang mit den Himmelserscheinungen.
Meine Konklusion nach diesem Buch: Letztendlich muss die spirituelle Community ihr Selbstvertrauen finden bzw. bewusst leben, dass auch sie ein paar Tricks auf Lager hat, denn es ist letztendlich alles nur Bewusstsein. Glaube ich, dass jemand mächtiger ist als ich, dann ist er es auch; glaub ich dass wir gleichberechtigt sind, dann harmonieren wir. Espavo :-)