The conclusion to the underground classic of consciousness and resistance to mind control, “The Andar Trilogy.” An entertainer in the early days of television, a contractor and businessman, and now a semi-retired gentleman farmer in rural Alabama, Robert Jay’s work touches on quantum physics and ancient mysticism, on self-awareness and fiat currency. His research shakes the foundation of our religious, financial and legal institutions, and the mass communications empires that keep the curtain drawn between We, The People and the confederacy of dunces, deceivers, and “dictocrats” who seem to be in charge of our world. His lifelong spiritual journey has been driven by the burning desire to discover the secrets of life and answer the endless questions that accompany our incarnations within this materialistic dimension. Hardly a stone was left unturned in his quest for understanding of religion and metaphysics, yet each course of exploration in these areas invariably led to vague unidentified mysteries, theories, hypotheses, and dead ends. As modern physics discovers that the underlying matrix of creation is not a vacuum but a holographic field of non-localized energy verging on consciousness, and with scientists describing it as “the mind of God,” Jay’s work takes on a fresh relevancy. Following in the footsteps of Euripides, Voltaire, Paine, Philip K. Dick and Mr. Spock, Jay urges the reader to examine what you think you know and how you came to believe it, and to resist and crush any attempt to impose authoritarian rule over and against rational thought. “Fifty years ahead of its time! Maybe a hundred!” “I had my first out-of-body experience just reading the first half”
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The author is clearly very intelligent, but he fails to write an intelligent book. It is almost as though he was in love with the words that come out of his head, whether they make any sense or not. The fact that this book is such a difficult one to comprehend makes me wonder if he really understands his topics or if he just threw something together about God and consciousness in an attempt to try to cash in on two of today's most popular subjects. And I have read many many books on those subjects alone. A talented author is able to get the reader to understand his subject matter. I consider myself well read and enlightened, but I was unable to get through much of this book. It has a technical sound to it, but it comes across to me as if Mr. Jay lacks a real feeling of what he writes. I am a little angry that I wasted money on it. The cover, however, has the ability to draw one in with the appearance of promising much uplifting information inside. Think twice before purchasing this book.