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Future Esoteric: The Unseen Realms (The Esoteric Series) Paperback – January 1, 2013
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- Item Weight : 1.2 pounds
- Paperback : 416 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1888729465
- ISBN-13 : 978-1888729467
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches
- Publisher : CCC Publishing; 1st edition (January 1, 2013)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,122,725 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I first heard Brad on Coast to Coast. I frequently buy books written by Coast guests. In the past, I have been a little disappointed in finding out that some of the guests who sounded coherent on the air were kooky on the web. Olsen is the real deal. He covers many of the popular Coast topics and gives an plausible explanation. Take crop circles, for instance. Olsen explains that if a Rapeseed stalk is bent 45 degrees, it will often snap. Stalks within crop circles have been bent 90 degrees without any snapping. He also includes a photo of a crop circle that may contain a readable message.
One drawback of the book is the lack of footnotes. I like to check information that I read, and it is hard to do with Brad's book. He has a list of sources in the back and that gives some help. In the chapter on Grand Unified Field Theory, Brad refers to a 2010 TED talk by Randy Powell as the basis for the chapter. Similar notes would have made the book more helpful to me.
That said, the book is an accumulation of information about a number of esoteric subjects. For anyone confused about the topics covered in the book - Illuminati, ETs, Area 51, Mars, etc. - Olsen offers plausible explanations. It's something to work with as one does one's own investigations. In his "Karma statement," Olsen said that he looked for "three data points" discussing the same information in compiling his notes. The book reads like a collection of notes. If you are the sort of person who would like to have to time to compile such a book of notes on the topics mentioned here, Olsen has done it for you.
As a final note, I find it interesting that Mr. Olsen comes from an atheist family upbringing and was a teenage subscriber to the Skeptical Inquirer as well as an attendee of American Atheist meetings. It's quite a journey from those beginnings to writing an alternative history narrative. I thoughly enjoyed the book and recommend it to those with similar interests.
Well written and with a positive outlook.
Would have liked to have seen some references related to the info released by Gordon Duff, which mentions some unreported info on other alien species.
The alien agenda is particularly well covered, but the work of George Kavassilas is omitted, particularly the interface between human chakras and alien implants.
But this book must be read for a comprehensive understanding on what has been and will be.
In the end it opens our minds to our origins being spiritual and having a physical 3D experience.