The Convoluted Universe: Book One

The Convoluted Universe: Book One

by Dolores Cannon

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BN ID: 2940016051772
Publisher: Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc
Publication date: 01/01/2001
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 129,163
File size: 644 KB

About the Author

Dolores Cannon, a regressive hypnotherapist and psychic researcher who records lost knowledge, was born in 1931 in St. Louis, Missouri. She was educated and lived in Missouri until her marriage in 1951 to a career Navy man. She spent the next 20 years traveling all over the world as a typical Navy wife and raising her family.

In 1968 she had her first exposure to reincarnation via regressive hypnosis when her husband, an amateur hypnotist, stumbled across a past life while working with a woman who had a weight problem. At that time the subject was unorthodox and very few people were experimenting in the field. It sparked her interest, but had to be put aside as the demands of family life took precedence.

In 1970 her husband was discharged as a disabled veteran, and they retired to the hills of Arkansas. She then started her writing career and began selling her articles to various magazines and newspapers. When her children began lives of their own, her interest in regressive hypnosis and reincarnation was reawakened. She studied the various hypnosis methods and thus developed her own unique technique which enabled her to gain the most efficient release of information from her subjects. Since 1979 she has regressed and cataloged information gained from hundreds of volunteers. In 1986 she expanded her investigations into the UFO field. She has done on-site studies of suspected UFO landings, and has investigated the Crop Circles in England. The majority of her work in this field has been the accumulation of evidence from suspected abductees through hypnosis.

Dolores has four children and fourteen grandchildren who keep her solidly balanced between the real world of her family and the unseen world of her work.

If you wish to correspond with Dolores about her work, you may write to her at the following address. (Please enclose a self addressed stamped envelope for her reply.) You may also correspond through our Web Site.

Dolores Cannon
P.O. Box 754
Huntsville, AR 72740
Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc.


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The Convoluted Universe Book One 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book looking for books on astral projection. I wasn't looking for this book inparticular, and in fact have never heard of the author or her books. I have, however, been interested in what she presents in this book. Using hypnosis, she regresses subjects to past lives, even those lives lived on Atlantis. She encounters many subjects who have been 'abducted by aliens' and regresses them, learning what happened to them and imparting knowledge that will inspire you to question accepted beliefs and wonder, 'What's really out there?' I, thus far, have enjoyed the author's upfront and direct ways of explaining this material as well as the book itself. I thoroughly recommend it to those looking for a little more insight into the 'unseen worlds' around us.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I could not put the book down, it makes explains so much!
joviIA More than 1 year ago
Wonderful information to expland your knowledge, reinforce what you already know or believe and open your mind to so much more.
IonaS on LibraryThing 10 months ago
Dolores Cannon is the most exciting author I've encountered for a very long time, and since this is the first of her books I've read I've got a lot to look forward to,She's a hypnotherapist and gets the information for her books, or at least this one, from regressions carried out on her clients. These regressions do not merely take the client back to run-of-the mill past lives - no, contact is made, for instance, with fascinating beings from other constellations who have access to all knowledge. In fact, much of the knowledge revealed is so advanced that it is quite difficult to understand, also because the persons involved lack words to describe these advanced concepts.New information is forthcoming about the demise of Atlantis together with disclosures about genetic experiments carried out there to create mixtures of humans and animals who/which acted as servants.There is a chapter on unexplained mysteries revealing, among other things, information about the Loch Ness monster (there are apparently not one but seven of them, and also a few in a lake in Africa and two in a lake off the Amaxon river.)This material is so concentrated, it is difficult to take it all in, and one would really need to read the book several times, which I haven't done, in order to digest its content at all.Crop circles are explained as being formed by "energies within the earth" and constitute messages for us, which we ourselves must decipher.For me, one of the most interesting chapters was the one on parallel universes. There are an infinite number of these and they're always intersecting. Amazingly, each one of us is constantly responsible for creating new parallel universes, each time we make a decision to do something, no matter how small. The example is given of choosing between rubbing your nose, scratching it or sneezing. You do one of these but "the energy of the other two possible outcomes has to go somewhere". So at that moment two other universes come into being.Cannon also interviews a "mechanical person" who was created on another planet for use as a slave or servant. He contained a soul, or rather about 10% of a soul contributed by his creator by its being blown into him in some way. The creator thus lost this 10% of his soul. So both the creator of the mechanical person and the mechanical person himself had the same soul as the regressed woman. This regression back to a robot type of person was a first for Cannon.Finally, a tale was told about a consciousness that had its home in the Sun. When there it felt one with the whole, it WAS one, but when leaving the Sun it individualized.These titbits are just a very few of the more comprehensible subjects the book touches on. The author presents many more fascinating interviews about way-out matters.If you're open to expanding your conssciousness and views on what is possible in the many universes and dimensions that exist, read this book. (And I'm not really sure I understand what a dimension is, but perhaps when I've finished reading all Cannon's books, I might have a better clue.)
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Ms. Dolores's books are good if you like a good fantasy read.  I find her books to be more of a joke.   Another guru suckering money out of the people.     I admit, I nearly fell for her work and was feverishly reading through one book after another.  Until I started noticing a pattern, things that were starting to make me raise an eyebrow.       She is very arrogant.  And her lack of appreciation of the lesser mundane unchosen people attitude did not appeal to me.    All her work is about history which can not be verified. (of course)  Not saying there may not have been some truth but, nonetheless.   All her books are basically regurgitation.  For someone who is so "curious" sure didn't know how to ask questions.  They were all pretty much generic questions.   IF she had this privilege of being able to receive answers.... then why didn't she ALSO ask questions that also pertained to todays world issues that would have actually been most helpful?  In her arrogance of her curiosity, I found numerous opportunities for excellent questions that only led to her asking another generic question.    She had mentioned that Obama was a light worker (which in one of her videos she contradicts herself calling him stupid- the stupid I can agree with)   However, seeing all that he is doing and what he stands for and it can easily been seen, unless your blinding yourself to it.  He is a pathological liar, destroying this country, after global governance, and supports a terrorist group.   Made me then ask,  "If she is really channeling through these people, WHO is she EXACTLY communing with???   Made me go back and rethink things that were mentioned in her work in her books, and I can see something not quiet right.  I found her and her work to be very disappointing and very manipulating.   A lot of her predictions never reigned with any truth either which she of course had a cover excuse. Save your money, save your time reading this crap.  I found her and her works to be that of a narcissist  who found a way to profit by preying on people needing hope in a time of need.          
cvm77 More than 1 year ago
I got duped into buying this book and Volume 2 because of the good summary/description. Sadly, that's the best part of these books. These "books" are nothing more than transcripts of some broads hypnosis sessions. I don't get this trend of copying down and publishing therapy sessions. That is not's laziness, and I wish it would stop! That, or at least put it in the online description that it contains "interviews" as they like to call them. These "books" went straight to the recycling bin, I'm not even going to donate them.