fascinating, informative, doubt
Reveling lies concealment and the death of so many brilliant people.
No, but would love to.
Yes! very extreme. left me questioning so many things.
N/A, haven't seen the print version
N/A, no 'characters' just real people referenced. Dr Michael Newton, psychiatrist
David Wilcock did his research and presents many supporting facts to what could be a Source Field. However, the book is hard to listen to. Information is not well organized, instead of developing story he cites many authors or states fact after fact. This would much better book if written as fiction rather than university thesis style with many citations.
Retired nightclub performer/computer technician, I now teach hula and ukulele to seniors, and record Hawaiian music for my halau!
I don't know very much about this David Wilcock person, but his performance at reading his own material is adequate. At least he has SOME idea about what he is talking about. I think that anyone else tackling this 19-hour tangle of twine would find it a daunting task. He has written a conglomeration of ideas that he has perceived from other people, hence the excessive name-dropping. I'm sorry but I didn't recognize any of the authors that he cites, so I can't give much credence to their opinions.
I agree that the book should be read rather than listened to, because he jumps around from one civilization to the next so often that I can't keep track of who said what and when. think he could have more organization in his book, as in taking each civilization or religion at a time. I am still trying to get through the first part of the book. Hopefully I will be able to grasp on to something to keep me mollified.
He somehow has the idea that everybody's god will take part in this 2012 event, and that it has been orchestrated from time immemorial. If I had the book in my hands I could do a little research to see if his claims were well-founded, but alas.
II bought this book because I wanted something light for a change ( I have been on the quantum trail for a while), and I guess you could say I got what I wanted. It is amusing, if nothing else.
This is just a bunch of stories and interpretations of different reports all taylored to support 'the source field'. And most of which is quite a stretch and some not even close to believable. This guy believes everything hes ever seen, probably even big foot. I do believe in a higher power, a 'source field' sure, but this goes way way off base to support the theory.
Mary Liechty Adams
This is a wonderful read and formulation of how our cosmos works. Many musteries are explained and the outcome is positive.
I wanted to like this but it was way too out there for me. I'm open minded but come on, this is a big waste of time.