35 Years of Metaphysical Books by Selected Authors

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35 Years of Metaphysical Books by Selected Authors

Post by Eccles » Thu Sep 11, 2008 12:41 pm

I've compiled some of the reading that I've been doing during the past few years into a Gantt chart that shows authors you may recognize and some of the books that they've created over the last 35 years. I've also shown continuing channeling activities such as Carla's. Intuitives such as I dote on summaries--especially one-page summaries.

It does not address the Elder races or even George Hunt Williamson's fanciful work; however, I believe that you'll find it useful.

I've divided it into sections that address densities, dimensions and The Mayan Calendar. I hope to upload a summary about The Mayan Calendar in a few days (hint: don't plan on trick-or-treating in 2011 just yet).

Comments welcome.

Correction on attached matrix: Pleiadians are from the 5th Dimension.
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Re: 35 Years of Metaphysical Books by Selected Authors

Post by lvx08 » Fri Sep 12, 2008 4:31 pm

Eccles wrote: It does not address the Elder races or even George Hunt Williamson's fanciful work; however, I believe that you'll find it useful.
I take it you are not a fan of GHW?

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Re: 35 Years of Metaphysical Books by Selected Authors

Post by Eccles » Tue Sep 16, 2008 4:53 am

I enjoyed reading his book about the multiple incarnations of six or seven principals in our biblical history; however, I not sure that I believe him. I find his descriptions and interpretations of the highlands in Peru a little more exciting.

I have no psychic powers so I often have to base my conclusions on people's prior actions. Thus, I've included a biography of GHW from wikipedia for your reading pleasure:

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George Hunt Williamson (December 9, 1926 - January 1986), aka Michael d'Obrenovic and Brother Philip, was one of the "four guys named George" among the mid-1950s contactees. The others were George Adamski, George King, and George Van Tassel.

Williamson, born in Chicago, Illinois, to parents George Williamson and Bernice Hunt, was mystically inclined as a teenager, but transferred some of his occult enthusiasm to flying saucers in the late 1940s. In early 1951 Williamson was expelled on academic grounds from the University of Arizona. Having read William Dudley Pelley's book Star Guests (1950), Williamson worked for a while for Pelley's cult organization, helping to put out its monthly publication Valor. Pelley had generated huge quantities of communications with "advanced intelligences" via automatic writing, and very clearly was an immediate inspiration to Williamson, who combined his fascination with the occult and with flying saucers by trying to contact flying saucer crews with a home-made Ouija board. After hearing about the flying-saucer-based religious cult of George Adamski, perhaps through Pelley, Williamson and his wife, and fellow saucer believers Alfred and Betty Bailey, became regular visitors to Adamski's commune at Palomar Gardens and eventually members of Adamski's Theosophy-spinoff cult. They witnessed Adamski "telepathically" channelling and tape-recording messages from the friendly humanoid Space Brothers who inhabited every solar planet. The Willamsons, the Baileys and two other Adamski disciples became the "witnesses" to Adamski's supposed meeting with Orthon, a handsome blond man from Venus, near Desert Center, California on November 18, 1952. In fact the "witnesses" experienced nothing more than Adamski telling them to wait and stay put while he walked over a hill, then came back into view an hour later, with a preliminary story of his experiences--- a story subsequently greatly changed for book publication in Flying Saucers Have Landed (1953), as Williamson himself later pointed out.

The initial publication of Adamski's tale in an Arizona newspaper on November 24, 1952, triggered an explosive growth in the membership of Adamski's cult. The Williamsons and Baileys continued their Ouija-board sessions, getting their own personal revelations from the Space Brothers, which led to a drastic falling-out with Adamski.

In 1954, Williamson and Bailey published The Saucers Speak which emphasized supposed short-wave radio communications with friendly saucer pilots, but in fact depended for almost all its contents on the Ouija-board sessions Bailey and Williamson held regularly from 1952 onward. They heard from Actar of Mercury, Adu of Hatonn in Andromeda, Agfa Affa from Uranus (presumably not the same Affa who was the exclusive contact of Frances Swan), Ankar-22 of Jupiter, Artok of Pluto, Awa from Outer Space, Garr from Pluto, Kadar Lacu from Saturn, Karas the Space Brother, Lomec of Venus, Nah-9 from Neptune, Noro of the Saucer Fleet, Oara of Saturn, Ponnar of Hatoon (presumably not the same Ponnar who was the exclusive contact of Frances Swan), Regga of Mars, Ro of Torresoton, Sedat of Hatonn, Suttku of Saturn, Terra of Venus, Wan-4 of the Safanian planets, Zago of Mars and Zo of Neptune. The "board" contacts were in good if uninformative english, but the few reported radio contacts, in International Morse code, left a little to be desired. Sample: "AFFA FROM THE P. RA RRR OK K5 K5 FROM THE PLA CHANT RRT IT." Perhaps influenced by the Shaver Mystery, Williamson also reveals that while most space aliens are helpful and good, there are some very bad ones hanging out near Orion and headed for earth in force, bent on conquest.

Williamson became a more obscure competitor to Adamski, eventually combining his own channelling and the beliefs of a small contactee cult known as the Brotherhood of the Seven Rays, led by Marion Dorothy Martin, to produce a series of books about the secret, ancient history of mankind: Other Tongues--- Other Flesh (1957), Secret Places of the Lion (1958), UFOs Confidential with John McCoy (1958), Road in the Sky (1959) and Secret of the Andes (1961). These books, when not rewriting the Old and New Testaments to depict every important person as a reincarnation of one of only six or eight different "entities," expanded on the usual late 19th Century Theosophical teachings (borrowed without credit from Thomas Lake Harris) that friendly Space Brothers in the distant past had taught the human race the rudiments of civilization--- and, according to Williamson, spacemen had also helped materially in the founding of the Jewish and Christian religions, impersonating "gods" and providing "miracles" when needed. Williamson spiced his books with additional Ouija-revelations to the effect that some South, Central and North American ancient civilizations actually began as colonies of human-appearing extraterrestrials. Williamson can be considered a more mystically-inclined forerunner of Erich Von D

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Wikipedia is just the "National Enquirer" of the internet. They are classified as "entertainment only" by the major Universities, and not allowed as a reference for any professional paper. They are noted for defamation of character, and many lawsuits have been brought against them, though unsuccessful because of the anonymous postings. Though they make a good, quick reference, they are the LAST source of reliable information that I rely on. See: http://www.wikipedia-watch.org/

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Re: 35 Years of Metaphysical Books by Selected Authors

Post by Eccles » Wed Sep 17, 2008 5:32 am

IMHO, Wikipedia is not the "National Enquirer" of the internet. I must confess I like it because it is quicker and much more available than my set of World Book Encyclopedias (1950s edition) and the updated references in the nearest library (which I won't drive to based on today's gas prices).

As to its veracity, in my readings of the books outlined previously, I've learned that all of what we believe is reality is--in reality--illusion. I don't get jacked up as much as I used to when I was younger by what some university professor has to say about anything--especially the muzzled astronomers, NASA, JPL, MSM, and all governmental officials whether federal, state or local.

I guess we all approach the critical issue of discernment in different ways.

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