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First, the book has not been edited properly. There are lots (and lots) of typos. There are 4 blank pages in my copy, with as much content missing as would be on those pages. The table of contents is not set up properly, as it does not include authours' names, and none of the articles indicate the date of authourship, though you can guess approximately based on the bibliographies. The book is not indexed. There are several (fairly long) articles by Rhawn Joseph, who, it seems, has compiled a number of articles from other (many well respected and rigorous scientists) authours to surround his own writings in which he makes claims that are founded in current physics, but take some flights of fancy. His ideas are interesting, but should be clarified as very unproven and contested theory.
Interesting. I loved the section on dissociation leading to a sense of connection to the metaphysical. My problem with this book was that it repeated itself - A LOT. If one cut out all the repetition, it would be about 30 pages long.