This is an ongoing project, in blog form. It involves my experiences with the War in Heaven as described in the Book of Revelation. I've written two books about it. You don't have to believe in any of it to find it an interesting read, I don't think. Rationally, I feel someimes like a UFO abductee when I talk about what happened to me. And I'm not going to say, "I know what I saw," but rather, "What the heck do you think it was?!" Really, it goes beyond crazy. See for yourself. [more inside]
Self publishing this journey I've been through. I posted previous iterations of this, now I got it up on Amazon. So, the story goes, Philip K. Dick in the last 8 years of his life was in a strange and colorful world, and at times he said he felt the presence of a "twin", whom he called Thomas. I'm that Thomas. And I'm in the world he left behind.
On February 20, 1974, science fiction author Philip K. Dick began a journey into an otherworldly state of being. He was no longer just writing about the fantastic, but entered an utterly strange, strangely compelling, far country of experience. He wrote that he felt the presence of a twin, whom he called Thomas, who he thought must have lived in apostolic days. Many of his thoughts, which he did not neglect to put on paper, are scattered, almost confused, a man who was reaching beyond reality and trying to put the things he found in terms ill suited for the concrete. [more inside]
This is the beginning of a book I’m working on. I’ve linked first to where it starts from the beginning and not the reverse chronological order that the main site shows, the normal link. Right now it’s the roughest possible draft, jumping around to whatever comes into my head, having experienced just recently some intense stuff, the inspiration for this book. I know there is already a book out there with the same title, totally different idea. To comment you must register, wanted to make sure that you couldn’t comment unless you really wanted to. It’s an ongoing affair, hopefully I’ll update it every day with a little tidbit.