This 2nd book in the trilogy builts on the ancient myths cover in the prevoius book, and ventures head-on into the abduction phenomena. Stills is a good read, even if you're familiar with the works of Harvard professor of Psychiatry Dr John Mack, Budd Hopkins, David Jacobs & Whitley Strieber, etc. Briely touches the DNA subject which presents more questions than answers. And acknowledge the obvious elephant in the room which is that...God, Angels, Demons, Ghosts, Spirits, Skinwalkers, Orbs of light, Jinns, Genies, Succubus, Incubus, Greys, Reptilians, AI Ebe's, mediumship-channeling, demonic possessions, shamanic trance states, and Alien abduction are all synonymous of the same phenomena described through the eyes of the beholder. This doesn't mean that they are God, nor doesn't negate the existence of the universal essence we call God, but that they are entities with agendas consisting mostly of the "divide and conquer strategy" through race, religion, political affiliation, gangs, and even sporting events, etc. The fundamental question is how to combat it, through conventional warfare or by raising our vibrations through connecting to The Higher consciousness!!!(The universal Mind/God).
An excellent point raised by the authors of this book is to question, where does our conciousness originates from?, and is it our brain a receiver & transmitter of consciousness? which doesn't reside solely in the molecular structure of Neurons in the brain. Neurons which are the equivalent of billions of the most cutting edge quantum computers. And would that mean that AI rather than animals are closer to humans in the ability to develop a conciousness?, or both.
It's a good read, and I recommend it. And I'm looking forward the last book of this trilogy.
Also for conciousness material read the works of Paul Selig, MFA from Yale University.
-Mastery Trilogy 1 (I am the word, book of love, book of knowing)
-Mastery Trilogy 2 (book of mastery, book of truth, book of freedom)
-Beyond the known.