The author first experienced the oneness of existence at age seven. As a teen, he heard a mystical voice that foretold his death at age 33, a prophecy that left him on death’s doorstep at exactly that age. His surrender complete, he was propelled into the fourth dimension, where his body was miraculously healed.
Thus began a redemptive and transformational journey of discovery, as Dr. House was led by the hand and heart on a magical journey around the world–Hawaii, Fiji, Australia, India, London, and, eventually, New York City.
Dr. House describes the wonders he encountered along the way as his expanding consciousness revealed the metaphysical underpinnings of the visible world and why we are in it.
Between Now and When will:
- Take you on a metaphysical journey around the world
- Open your eyes to the energetic grid that organizes earthly life
- Help you understand human suffering and why it is an important part of God’s life on earth
- Open your heart to the unlimited power of divine and human love
In my mailbox… Celtic Mythology by Ward Rutherford.
This is a lively and absorbing account of the world of Celtic myth and the role it has played in the development of western culture. Included here are:
- The world of the Celts, including an historical overview from their emergence as an identifiable people around 1000 B.C. Also included is an exploration of their social structure.
- The contents of Celtic myths and the differences and similarities between their manifestation in Britain and Ireland.
- The topography of the supernatural world of Celtic myth, including discussion of Druidism, Shamanism, and the meaning of Celtic myths.
- The influence of Celtic myth in English literature from Arthurian legend to the Grail legends.
This highly literate, lively, and absorbing exploration of one of the jewels of European cultural heritage demonstrates how deeply Celtic mythology has become embedded in Western consciousness. It is for anyone interested in history, mythology, spirituality, and culture.
Mind Wars: A History of Mind Control, Surveillance, and Social Engineering by the Government, Media, and Secret Societies by Marie D. Jones and Larry Flaxman
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from New Page Books and Warwick Associates. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
This morning, it is in the low 70’s and I am sipping coffee while the Floridian sky drops it’s liquid sunshine. This week, I have been spending my time cleaning … Continue reading In my mailbox and the week
My review of William Shakespeare’s The Phantom of Menace by Ian Doescher published by Quirk Books. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the Quirk Books. I … Continue reading Review: William Shakespeare’s The Phantom of Menace
It has been, for the most part, a quite week. The warmer weather has pulled me outside and I have invested some sweat equity in the yard and garden. Peppy is his usual barking self.
This week, I have received Mind Wars: A History of Mind Control, Surveillance, and Social Engineering by the Government, Media, and Secret Societiesby Marie D. Jones and Larry Flaxman. No one enjoys a good conspiracy theory better than me. It should be a fun and informative read. I want to thank New Page Books for the book. Look for “Mind Wars” to be available the 20th of this month (April 20, 2015).
I have uploaded one of my video reviews to Amazon. This review was of Julie Ferguson’s book Arizona’s Back Roads: A Travel Guide to Ghosts, Outlaws, and Miners. This was the first time that I have posted a video review to Amazon and I am pleased with the process. If you have the time, check out Julie’s book and vote up my review on Amazon. I’d really appreciate the up votes. You can check out my other Amazon reviews here.
If anyone knows how I can become a member of the Amazon Vine program, please send me an email or leave a comment.
Aside from books, I have added some games to my Steam account. http://steamcommunity.com/id/BarryHudd/ . In my humble opinion, I think companies like Steam provide the best bang for the buck. I also like the opportunity to better support the Indie community. Expect to see some Indie game reviews in the future.
One the computer front, I am testing Windows 10 build 10041. I have found a few glitches and have reported them. All in all, it seems to be a pretty stable system and I think most people will like it. I’ve also installed Ubuntu on an old computer but I am struggling to connect to the internet. Oh well, that’s what makes linux fun — problem solving.
It has just started to rain … Welcome to Florida. I guess I’ll close the windows before I need to mop.
Have a happy and safe Easter!