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Exoconsciousness: Your 21st Century Mind Paperback – December 27, 2008
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Rebecca Hardcastle, PhD is a pioneer in paranormal research and experience. She conceived Exoconsciousness to describe the extraterrestrial origins, dimensions and abilities of human consciousness. In 2005, Dr. Hardcastle taught Extraterrestrial Reality at Scottsdale Community College, one of the first ufology courses in the nation. She is a member of Phoenix Lights 3, an educational group advocating extraterrestrial awareness, and co-founder of ETVoteNow.org, a national initiative to establish a Department of Extraterrestrial Alliances. Dr. Hardcastle is dedicated to peacefully bridging extraterrestrial reality with mainstream religion, science, medicine, government and education.
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If you seek to understand your own experiences in this realm, then this is an excellent book.
If you are just curious about what life is like as an ET Experiencer and how one lives within this reality, then this is just the book for you.
If you are a ufology researcher this book outlines past revelations as well as future implications based on the effect of ET intervention in our earth realm.
Well documented and sourced read. It is very encouraging to find such high-quality reference material to draw upon as the truth of our ET presence is increasingly more apparent.
Thank you, Rebecca for your diligence and courage. A must-read for all ufologists!
I would recommend this book as a primer on the exoconsciousness phenomenon, but it's entirely subjective, being based on the author's personal experiences. This perspective does not invalidate her experiences, but it would have been a stronger book if she had shared other people's experiences and their exoconsciousness development processes as well: perhaps she should attend abduction support groups or CE5 group meetings.
I would have preferred a broader perspective on the larger scope of alien communication and telepathy, and more research into other people's experiences and government reactions to this topic. The author only briefly mentions -- and then dismisses -- negative experiences many people have with aliens. I felt as though she covered only one positive facet of the whole exoconsciousness phenomenon. Therefore, I felt the information in the book was unbalanced: there are many kinds of aliens with competing agendas, and this was glossed over in a couple pages. The author also did not mention how government's ELF waves can manipulate consciousness, or mention much about the scientific evidence of exactly what consciousness is. This would be important to a novice. I would also be interested in knowing what the author is doing now in regards to this fascinating topic.
I can recommend this book as an interesting read and an introduction to the topic, but I cannot recommend it for more serious scholars who want broader and more balanced information on the topic, and its relationship to the alien abduction phenomenon or exopolitics. I would point readers to the work of Michael Salla or Clifford Stone.
The book offers some (but relatively few) tips for expanding one's own consciousness and communicating with aliens or other dimensions, and most of these are toward the back of the book. I would have preferred more distinct and guided meditations. For example, she outlines the general process for achieving exoconsicousness, but the book is light on specifically how to achieve those steps, and heavy on how she personally achieved it -- this was interesting, but difficult to replicate. I would have preferred more of a how-to manual on this rarely written about subject.
Her writing is generally lovely, even poetic in spots, but the organization of the book could have been better and it could also have been shorter. I found myself browsing through pages because some of it was redundant. I do think Hardcastle is qualified to share more on this interesting topic and I hope she writes another book that is more of a how-to manual and offers a broader view of the phenomenon.