Review: Opening Minds–A Journey of Extraordinary Encounters, Crop Circles, and Resonance (Paperback)

5 Star, Intelligence (Extra-Terrestrial)
0Shares

Amazon Page
Amazon Page

5.0 out of 5 stars Strong on Thinking and Cross-Fertilization, Weak on Photographs and Illustrations,

March 15, 2006
Simeon Hein
Do yourself a favor and buy “Vital Signs: A Complete Guide to the Crop Circle Mystery and Why It is NOT a Hoax” by Andy Thomas. The superb collection of color photographs from many times and places there will peak your interest and inoculate you from losing interest in this book, “Opening Minds,” which you should read AFTER enjoying “Vital Signs.” See also my review of “Vital Signs” for points I will not repeat here.

This book, while weak on photographs and illustrations, is stronger on thinking and cross fertilization. I drew three points out of it:

1) Humans are barely scratching the surface of what they can do with their full conscious and sub-conscious powers. Our culture has literally destroyed much of our inherent talent for thinking and intuiting and remote viewing and sub-conscious communications.

2) There is, according to this author, and I for one believe him, clear evidence that remote viewing, when focused on extra-terrestrial targets (e.g. Martian Scientists), appears to open channels for receiving from those extra-terrestrial targets, direct sub-conscious inputs and assistance.

3) Finally, that crop formations, both those that humans make and those that seem to appear as gigantic beacons to some form of intelligence viewing the Earth from afar, are a focal point where a blending of different energies take place–magnetic fields, light fields, thought fields.

I put both these books down in a pensive mood. There is so much that is going wrong with the world, and yet there is so much that could be gotten right if we just harnessed the distributed intelligence of everyone, including the five billion poor at the bottom of the pyramid. We are–despite our millions of years of so-called development as a species–evidently at the 2nd grade level, still pooping in our crib, throwing tantrums, spilling food and breaking things. One can only gasp at the potential of the human species if it ever “grew up.”

These are both serious and very worthwhile books to buy and read.

Vote on Review
Vote on Review

Opt in for free daily update from this free blog. Separately The Steele Report ($11/mo) offers weekly text report and live webinar exclusive to paid subscribers, who can also ask questions of Robert. Or donate to ask questions directly of Robert.