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The Cosmic Internet: Explanations from the Other Side

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  • Posted December 1, 2011

    Spiritual Fraud!

    The author mistakenly claims he is tapping into the realm of the dead and speaking to the 'boys uptairs' meaning ETs. The author is actually tapping into the realm of demonic intelligences who are mimicking those whom he purports to have contacted who are psychic imposters playing upon the author's own desire to have contact with ETs. The book is a hodge podge of disinformation...don't waist your money. The author may have had good intentions but is seriously mislead by his own misplaced desires and wishful thinking. This books seriously lacks discernment of the real spiritual world.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 31, 2011

    Worthwhile read for anyone with serious metaphysical interest

    While this book isn't necessarily one for a so-called "mainstream" audience, for anyone who has been on a spiritual path and has deep metaphysical leanings, it is a very worthwhile read in my view. As a founder and chief editor of Hampton Roads Publishing, the author clearly knows the craft of writing. If you are a person who is seriously interested in what may exist "beyond the veil," so to speak, and are fascinated by the concept of communication with the non-physical side of life, I recommend this book. Here's one of my favorite passages from it: "You are not alone, and you are not what you think you are. We are all part of one being, just as mystics have always asserted. Our lives here on earth are the invaluable and irreplaceable prelude to our eternal lives, just as religions have always maintained. Life on the other side of the veil that separates the physical and nonphysical - regardless of how difficult we find it to envision - is closely connected to this physical life, and depends on our choices, just as fairytales, for instance, have always said. The world is a struggle between opposing values, a localized battlefield, so to speak, in a far vaster conflict, again, just as religions have always maintained. However, although this is true, it is equally true, as Carl Jung pointed out, that good cannot exist without evil, that any polarity must include opposites, and that therefore for us to be whole we must recognize our own shadow sides."

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  • Posted December 3, 2011

    Don't Listen to the Christian Reviewer

    Where DeMarco is exploring the mystery of our existence, the previous reviewer pretends to have the answers. DeMarco attempts to provide proof, whereas the previous reviewer believes in demons, yet has no proof they exist.

    Read The Cosmic Internet with an open mind. That's all we can do.

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