I could see myself in bed and my mother kneeling at the side of the bed. Instead, one gets some hopeful speculation on the order of grasping at straws. I've certainly been through that myself. The individual is then subjected to a variety of intrusive procedures which involve poking with odd instruments into the orifices of their bodies, and the removal, apparently, of sperm from the men through some sort of stimulation to ejaculation, and eggs from the women. In a world where we very quickly divide things into good or bad, this book reveals how embracing the unknown and tearing down ones long held belief systems a sometimes painful process can lead Passport to the Cosmos is a must read for anyone interested in the alien abduction phenomenon, altered state contacts and interdimmensional encounters. Suddenly I was out of my body and floating near the top of the window in my bedroom. And I think there is going to be something to that search that will prove useful.
As opposed to Dolores Cannon, for instance, who presents us with the experiences of individual abductees and the like, one at a time, by interviewing them under deep regression, Mack gifts us with an overview of the various aspects of abductee experiences, collating and comparing the individual experiences. The whole field has been criticized as nonscientific for that reason, but in this case the stakes are very high, because this is a challenge to our entire way of life. Travel with grace and take right angle turns with no skids, and defy our laws of gravity? This book presents information about beings vastly more developed than ourselves, and many experiencers have attained remarkable, altered states, a higher vibration and virtual Samadhi-like states, They feel that they have been blasted into a total transformative experience. They will become aware, as Carlos Diaz is - a Mexican experiencer I wrote about - of the virtually infinite delicate relationship between various life forms. Macks' approach to the subject is refreshing and dynamic. That radical separation is all we officially have in this culture, so we really have no place to put this kind of experience, the way other cultures have. They are urged to hold that child as if the beings understood that some nurturance is necessary for a child that has human components.
In a certain sense, this whole phenomenon could be looked upon as a mockery of the exaggerated, techno-scientific culture. Well, it's hard to respond to that. Explore the wonders of our universe! Humans will face cosmic displacement if there are other complex, technologically advanced intelligent beings in the universe; our economic structures and religious beliefs might need substantial revision. You begin to realise this subject is so much more than cranks and attention seekers looking for a fix. This discussion leads into what is possibly the most intriguing section of the book, the examination of sex between humans and aliensAgreat sex, by numerous accounts. Mack concludes, ask much of the participants - experiencers, researchers, and the greater public alike.
In that enclosure there is often high-tech looking equipment, and the beings are very busy. Mack has worked with over the past ten years. Author by : John E. Mack demonstrates that the investigations of a skilled clinician, exploring human consciousness through in-depth conversations, can reveal to us a multidimensional, apparently intelligent, cosmos whose nature is fundamentally consistent with the discoveries of leading scientists who have been gaining knowledge primarily through exploring the physical world. Does the person seem to be telling the truth? Relationships: Contact Through the Eyes -- Conclusion: The Emerging Picture.
We are working now to try to develop some kind of taxonomy of the unusual - or phenomenal experiences as we're calling them - to see what they have in common, and if there is an aggregate within to evolve a whole field of human experiences which has been largely ignored. His exposition of cases of supposed alien abduction indicates, furthermore, that he is a compassionately client-centered therapist. And it hasn't been a big deal for any of the other in this country, and I've talked with quite a few. And the impact of this on the experiencers is as profound as anything that surrounds the hybrid program. It's a kind of holistic, intuitive, body-based kind of way of knowing. But where it gets more interesting, in my view, is when you enter into it the issues of scientific methodology and philosophy, because, I believe, one must take on the question of how are we to look upon this? In fact, the material world as we know it, and the unseen world, the world of spirit, are all one to them. A great and intellectual work on this often overlooked subject indeed, and one I urge you to read as it may resonate with you like you never expected - mores the pity that one of the most credible voices on the matter is no longer with us.
They're telling us that the planet is in danger, but it's like we quibble while the planet burns. Their reports, Mack believes, reveal much about human culture and the future of the human race. These experiences, by cracking open that ethno-national bias or restricted consciousness, if you will, that mistaken identity that we are simply members of a certain country, people discover they are citizens of a much larger reality, of a cosmic reality. But that is not a remarkable matter to any of the indigenous people that I have talked with. It was as though what mattered most was Initially, the author's academic and seemingly critical approach to the subject of alien abduction irritated me. In extensive interviews with Mack, those who claim to have been abducted, report that the aliens are especially motivated by questions of ecological destruction, and that they may even be survivors of a destroyed civilization seeking to breed hybrid children with humans to ensure the survival of both the human race and their own. Unless, of course, one argues that the aliens are so furtive and so technically able so as not to be discovered, literally, that they make it impossible.
Ann Druyan born June 13, 1949 is an American author and media producer known for her involvement in many projects aiming to popularize and explain science. Passport to the Cosmos is a must read for anyone interested in the alien abduction phenomenon, altered state contacts and interdimmensional encounters. About the author John Edward Mack, M. That is a crime, evidently, of cosmic proportions. I believe - whatever this phenomenon is - that the kind of profundity that it represents will not yield its secrets to a purely physicalist, material approach. Insights about the relationship between spiritual and physical energy; trauma's role in transformation; information about the ecological crisis facing the planet and the urgency that we do something about it; the possibility that human beings are participating in the creation of some sort of interdimensional hybrid race; the expansion of human consciousness and our spiritual reawakening; and the apparent evolution of extraordinary relationships that some human beings may be developing beyond the earth plane - these are the matters this book includes.
It has a very important message that needs to be considered and thought through. They move through what might be called an expanded awareness, an awakening. Also available as a John Mack explored alien encounter experiences deeply, revealing a world of meaning and power that can revolutionize our understanding of who we are and our place in the cosmos. She attended and was a speaker at the Beyond Belief symposium in November 2006. Beings that can do all of these medical surgical things. She is probably best-known as the last wife of Carl Sagan, and co-author of the Cosmos series and book, along with Sagan and Steven Soter.