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As the title asks: What books did you finish reading this month or have started to read?


This month I Finished reading a few:

The Big Book of UFOS - Chris A. Tutkowski 
I recommend it for those of you heavy into the ufo/alien/reptilian part of our lives. It is a compilation of different UFO stories and abductions. Also tells you about different bases and different kinds of aliens etc. God book But big. I'm not huge into aliens and UFOS and I enjoyed it.

Passion - Barbara de angelis phd

Just a small book filled with little nuincances on being a passionate person and keeping passion within to fuel your life etc. If you need a pickme up its good but if you are well on your path and already have peace of mind it just tells you things you already know. Great positive book but it got tedious since I am already in a good frame of mind. If you are new to waking up and looking for some words to anchor positivity within you and help your progress in both mind and material world I recommend it.

Bhagavad Gita

This is one of the Hindu texts/ Vedic knowledge books that teaches Krishna Conciousness. I recommend it for everyone. I am of the believe that we are all equals, all religion is true and as such it is important to learn the values and stories that have helped shaped different cultures in our world. It will help you better understand others, as well as yourself. It is yet again just another book from the universes ONE source of knowledge teaching equality love and peace of mind. Also teaches more clearly then other holy texts that you are god. Again I highly Recommend it to all growing through an awakening process as well as every holy book you can get your hands on. Knowledge is power, understanding brings down division & love conquers all. Also for those interested in aliens the hindu teaching is one of the most open holy teachings that reference them.

I also am about to finish my bath room reading material "Why is there something rather than Nothing" by Leszek Kolakowski

This is a great book that contains 23 questions from some of the most renowned philosophers known to man. If you love philosophy and thinking deeply about life and the universe this is the book for you. I would usually read this whilst on the toilet haha It is an awesome book that requires time for reflection.

Also as I posted in another thread I recently bought a magic book that I have begun reading:

The Sorcerer's Secrets : Strategies in practical Magick By Jason Miller

If you are interested in beginning to learn the art of magick this is a great starting point as it holds no big ideologies within it talking about wiccan etc, it's actually very much centred in all spiritualities. It also mentions in the book that it is a good guide for those who have practiced magick but need assistance in learning how to better use it practically or improve there skills.

Last but not least I am about to begin to read tonight "The GOD part of the brain"

It is a scientific interpretation of human spirituality and god,..... or atleast that's what it says on the cover haha I know I will love this book and I will let you know how it is once I have complete it.


So what books haev you read or are aboutto begin reading?



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I definitely need to read more! :)

Admittadly, I haven't read anything this month, but I'll try and check out one of the books you recommended. A cool book a read a long time ago, was "The Starseed Transmissions" by Ken Carey....

It's very interesting and I would definitely recommend it :)

Thanks :)
I enjoyed The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying: The Spiritual Classic & International Bestseller; Revised and Updated Edition by Sogyal Rinpoche, Patrick D. Gaffney, and Andrew Harvey
Reading David Wolfe's Superfoods, this book is a must have if you value your health and want to function at optimal levels.

Also bought Paola Leopizza Harris's latest book: Exopolitics: All of the Above - amazing book on ETs with great UFO research and disclosure material.

And also bought Michael Salla's latest book: Exposing US Government Policies on Extraterrestrials - looks like a brilliant book too for the serious UFO researcher
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Love the Real Da Vinci code -- Dr Leonard G Horowitz

The Children of the Law of One and the Lost Teachings of Atlantis -- Jon Peniel

Initiation, Human and Solar -- Alice Bailey, still a few chapters to go on this one.

About to start "Taken" -- Dean Koontz.

So funny you mention the Alice Bailey book, Einstein, it has come to my attention a few times this week that I need to study the Solar Initiation material.  What did you make of it so far? 

 

Also, am reading Atala Toy this month, called We are Not Alone, about multi dimensional consciousness, it's really really good and easy to understand.  I looked her up on Youtube and she's pretty awesome.

It's quite interesting, she talks a great deal about the Masters in it and just what's required of one to set out on the path of initiation, it's deep and profound at the same time and will cause you to think long and hard on certain points, but in all it's fascinating....you'd have to have quite an open mind to read it or it might just challenge everything you thought you once knew!

I also have A Treatise on Cosmic Fire as well as Light of the Soul, also by Alice Bailey.

If you want I can send you an ebook copy of Initiation, Human & Solar to your page then you can save it to your drive.

That would be awesome; Master DK is my favorite Master and I have a hard time finding material from Bailey in my town.  Thanks :)

Terry Pratchett-- The Color of Magic

Fred Villari-- The Martial Arts and Real Life

J.R.R. Tolkien-- The Fellowship of the Ring

J.K. Rowling-- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Michio Kaku-- Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos

Nug Magazine

Junior Girl Scout Handbook

Michael Talbot-- The Holographic Universe

C.S. Lewis-- The Magician's Nephew

Mantak Chia & Maneewan Chia-- Healing Love Through the Tao: Cultivating Female Sexual Energy

Robert A. Heinlein-- Stranger in a Strange Land

The Bhagavad Gita
You read all these books this month? WOW!
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