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the mysterious Ascended Masters return time after time with enough material for three more books for his newly formed fan base h
on November 7, 2014
The Protagonist encounters mysterious Ascended Masters in his living room seventeen times, engages in long winded conversations, that he conveniently remembers word for word, then writes an "enlightened" book filled with revelatory mystical knowledge, in a question and answer format. When his book sells well, the mysterious Ascended Masters return time after time with enough material for three more books for his newly formed fan base hoping to satisfy a yearning to understand the workings of Reality by eagerly accepting a clever recycling of New Age belief systems mixed with Neo-Christian Course in Miracles wisdom memes straight from the mouth of a self admitted low quality consciousness. On an open minded skepticism scale from one to hundred, where a one hundred rating represents proof positive, the likelihood of the Protagonist's claims to be authentic, from this reader's perspective, are about an eight. Even so, if it works for you, opening your mind enough to further probe the possibility that Reality is far more expansive than the physical universe, don't let my opinion spoil the brew, but keep in mind, if it isn't your experience, it isn't your truth.