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Disillusioned with his life as an entrepreneur in the mid-1980s, Richard Leviton headed for the ancient Celtic town of Glastonbury, England, on a quest for meaning. Arriving on Easter Sunday, his rebirth as a modern Grail knight was soon to begin. What's Beyond That Star records the true story of Leviton's spiritual awakening and his ...
Disillusioned with his life as an entrepreneur in the mid-1980s, Richard Leviton headed for the ancient Celtic town of Glastonbury, England, on a quest for meaning. Arriving on Easter Sunday, his rebirth as a modern Grail knight was soon to begin. What's Beyond That Star records the true story of Leviton's spiritual awakening and his subsequent adventures on a metaphysical search for the Holy Grail, tracing his inner and outer journeys. Guided by a psychic friend and the family of angels whom he comes to know as "Blaise," Leviton finds himself initiated into new realms of consciousness. One day he is an ordinary person relying on the relatively dense perception of the five senses, the next he is living in a world full of angels, gnomes, demons and dragons.
Author Biography:Richard Leviton has written eight other books, including The Galaxy on Earth: A Traveler's Guide to the Planets, Visionary Geography (2002). A professional journalist for 25 years, he has edited a national magazine on alternative medicine. More recently-in his professional capacity as senior editor for Hampton Roads Publishing Company in Virginia-he has developed a line of alternative medicine self-care titles as well as authoritative metaphysical books.
Posted August 4, 2010
Richard Leviton has created a new visionary science of geomantic perception. His mentors are an angelic group-soul, the Ofanim. Starting at the age of 33, during a stay in southern England, Leviton had frequent mystical contact and clear-minded discussions with the Ofanim. His schooling however, was to learn to perceive, get to know, and interact in an intentional way with the beings who inhabit our multi-dimensional earth. Fortunately, it is not a channeled description of fantastic realms, but a personal account of a step-by-step initiation as directed by the helpful Ofanim. His motto became, 'As above, so below, so in the middle too.' The middle is the place where we and the supersensible beings live, within sorely neglected spiritual-physical landscapes. At various sites in Glastonbury these beings present themselves to him in vivid, living clairvoyant images.
Leviton states that, "Everything is continuously turning inside out. I am the Wounded Fisher King, I am a hologram of Albion, the one who hatches golden and silver eggs, who deals with the dragons, and so are you, and your friends, and my friends, and their friends. I'm beginning to get the picture. You heal yourself through the Earth and its geomythic mystery temples and through that you heal the Earth. The Grail Quest is about finding those temples, those mystery mirrors, and learning how to use them on behalf of yourself, the world, and the planet."
Leviton is like a spiritual Columbus or Cortez describing the New World first-hand. His intention is not to conquer it, but to redeem it by bringing it into our field of vision. His account is funny, fascinating, and profound.