Meeting Monroe: Conversations with a Man Who Came to Earth

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One day, unexpectedly, the author meets an unusual person whom he simply comes to know as 'Monroe'. A series of extraordinary meetings then begin to take place in a small town in Andalusia, southern Spain. Over the course of several intense weeks the author, himself already a respected writer, comes to understand through Monroe that humanity is on the cusp of a remarkable stage in its evolutionary journey. In the author's own words - "If there's one thing that Monroe has taught me it's that we are all blinded by ...
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Overview

One day, unexpectedly, the author meets an unusual person whom he simply comes to know as 'Monroe'. A series of extraordinary meetings then begin to take place in a small town in Andalusia, southern Spain. Over the course of several intense weeks the author, himself already a respected writer, comes to understand through Monroe that humanity is on the cusp of a remarkable stage in its evolutionary journey. In the author's own words - "If there's one thing that Monroe has taught me it's that we are all blinded by our false systems of thought: beliefs, assumptions, opinions, etc. We create our own barriers to understanding, and we reinforce these limitations throughout our lives."

What follows in this remarkable, understated book may seem unbelievable, even fanciful. Yet, as the author himself questions: perhaps that is the whole point?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781492710936
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 10/18/2013
  • Pages: 172
  • Sales rank: 819,510
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.37 (d)

Meet the Author

Kingsley L. Dennis, PhD, is an author and researcher. He is the author of 'Breaking the Spell' (2013); 'New Revolutions for a Small Planet' (2012); 'The Struggle for Your Mind' (2012); and 'New Consciousness for a New World' (2011). He is also the co-author, with Ervin Laszlo, of 'Dawn of the Akashic Age' (2013); co-editor, with Ervin Laszlo, of 'The New Science & Spirituality Reader' (2012); and co-author, with John Urry, of 'After the Car' (2009).

Kingsley worked in the Sociology Dept. at Lancaster University, UK, and has authored numerous articles on social futures; technology, and conscious evolution. As well as academic training Kingsley has also lived and worked for many years overseas, including five years in Turkey. He currently lives in Andalusia, Spain and continues to research, write, travel, and grow his own vegetables.

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