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This book is a companion to the groundbreaking ideas that began with The Messengers. It is a further exploration into the connection, both symbolic and literal, between owls and UFOs. There is a strangeness to these accounts that defies any simple explanation. Each chapter tells a deeply personal story where these mysterious experiences are explored in depth. The ancient mythology of the owl is repeating itself within the modern UFO report. What plays out is a journey of transformation, with an owl at the heart of each story.

©2018 Richard Dolan Press (P)2018 Richard Dolan Press

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  • Diana
  • Antelope Valley, CA, United States
  • 07-07-18

A fascinating and enjoyable exploration

I really enjoyed listening to this audio book. There's this mysterious clash between ordinary reality and high strangeness that happens to some people and it's often not talked about by these people. For obvious reasons.

Mike Clelland has had an interesting podcast and youtube videos of conference talks, as well as interviews he has given to other people, so I've often come across his work and experiences as I indulge my interest in UFOs and Consciousness.

Because of his blog and podcasts and talks and interviews, when people have googled to find out more about some strange thing that happened to them - often involving owls - Mike Clelland pops up.

Therefore, he has become a contact hub for many people that have had strange experiences, and who share those experiences with him. Over some years, five? or six?, I've often read or listened to Mike Clelland share some of these stories, and over time his own stories also started to gel.

His first book, The Messengers, was a compilation and connect-the-dots collection of these such stories. Because he is a hub of connection, he sees similarities, synchronicities, and symbols between people who have never met each other, or even people who have, but didn't know they had the same type of experience until both have submitted their stories to Mike.

This second book is a deeper exploration of such experiences and stories. It's a strange juxtaposition of every day life - grocery shopping, commuting - with unusual experiences - hellhounds, large owls, regular owls, deer, orbs, 11:11 or other significant numbers, visions, and of course UFOs.

That's the strange thing. You are just doing your regular thing and WHAM! something weird happens. You google it, or a friend tells you to tell this guy, and Mike Clelland gets your story. And, the weirdness is that he gets another story just like yours, and maybe another. And within the stories are synchronicities.

So, this book unfolds, story after such story of things that happened to people. Some very recently, in 2017. And the connections unfold too.

Well written, it's an exploration with pondering, wonderment, and gentle speculation of a series of events that hint at a much bigger reality that our human minds have yet to grasp. But, it's good to consider what clues we have.

For the nuts-and-bolts UFO researchers, this may be a way to dip your toe into the exploration of consciousness ideas, some high strangeness, and weird happenings. What is most striking is how ordinary our lives are and how these experiences happen to regular people doing regular things.

Well, maybe they aren't regular people after all, or afterwards.

Narration: Enjoyable

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