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- Publisher: Surepoint Publishing
- Audible.com Release Date: June 18, 2018
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- Language: English, English
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understanding and more education on this field. The reader is taken through many locations and episodes of occult happenings. It stretches the mind of the lay reader but the writer does not preach, only recording the data as it is remembered.
So much is yet unknown and beliefs are based on what we know at this time. The author is both a Russian citizen and an American through citizenship so it is interesting to see these two cultures compared by the directives and laws and the differing attitudes to these by the peoples in each country.
Also, the start of the book is a direct challenge to the conventional belief of the lay reader in the separation of the mental and physical parts of a person as the Psychic goes on trips throughout space without the physical body. Some implications can be found of unknown
future happenings as well as in the past. Again, the author does not pronounce judgment, indeed questions the full extent of the faculty, but records the experiences as remembered. Some relationship to Christian religion is also apparent as Dark and Light Cities encountered
in Space are related to Heaven and Hell.
As we begin to know more of our Universe, from studies by the Space Station, we learn how much we did not know. The vast Universe is composed of many galaxies, similar to our own, and so there can be Earth planets like ours in these Galaxies. This also stretches the mind
as to the limits of true Space as we have understood it and what is out there. So, the personal trips in this book through our Earth Space are something to think about and not reject by lack of knowledge of what is unknown now.
An interesting book by Lilia Sariecheva and a subject that needs more understanding and education by everyone despite not having the
faculty needed to comprehend and use this ability.
J T Rose, MS
William Goldberg LCSW, PhD