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- Print Length: 242 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0060628642
- Publisher: Monkfish Book Publishing; Reissue edition (September 29, 2014)
- Publication Date: September 29, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00N02MQWK
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I thoroughly enjoyed it although some of the physics aspects I found a bit dry but then my study of science stopped at secondary school. Having said that, I couldn’t put the book down till I finished it.
It deals with the existence and role of consciousness levels beyond the human realm, looking at new cosmology and old angelology.
As examples of such discussions, the book references parallelisms between Thomas Aquinas, Dionysius The Areopagite, and Hildegard of Bingen. Modern evidence of angelic communication is exampled through the Irish peasant woman who has become an international figure, Lorna Byrne.
Through these people the authors stress that “When you experience something, you do not have to believe in it any longer; it’s not a matter of belief but a matter of experience.” It becomes a matter of trusting your experience.
The book goes through the evolution as to how and why society emphasised science and devalued mysticism. For example, when Angels stopped being powerful creatures and became chubby, baby-like cherubs.
The galaxies with stars and planets are also addressed as are photons and their immortality. And where we fit in to all this.
All making fascinating reading.
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Must read for those who belive in Angels.
In brief, it may be perfectly satisfying for someone seeking to find ardent and sincere views on angels and reflections on their nature through the eyes (words) of the above named Christian notables as discussed by Messers Fox and Sheldrake. But in terms of any philosophy of science and its approach to that subject in this context, I thought it rather weak in that dimension.
Would that more people would read this book.
Louise Wilson, Qualicum Beach
but to the whole cosmos experience. Theology and physics mind blowing