Peter Moon, author of Sky Books' newest book, The Montauk Book Of The Dead, has surpassed all expectations in this autobiographical account of his amazing life's journey and synchronistic events leading up to what was destined to become The Montauk Project: Experiments In Time - Moon's first book which set the world on fire in 1992!
The author, whose latest paperback plays host to sixty-one information packed chapters (including a few mind-bending transmissions from a parallel universe) takes the reader on an eye-opening and thought provoking odyssey into his adventures and experiences with Dianetics, Scientology, the legendary L. Ron Hubbard as well as powerful symbolisms laced like a golden thread through the path of his life.
Of all the people I have ever met in the paranormal, metaphysical, ufological or supernatural arenas, Peter Moon is the only person I know who actually had the opportunity to meet and work with L. Ron Hubbard and his personal staff for several years.
And if it's fair and balanced objectivity you want, you've come to the right book. No punches are pulled in The Montauk Book Of The Dead as approximately thirty-eight chapters are devoted to Moon's personal accounts with Dianetics as well as his spiritual, social and political narratives regarding Scientology's historical significance on a global scale, past and present.
Peter Moon's perspective on his formative years in childhood, as well as his accomplishments with Scientology, is what lays the groundwork for the latter part of the book as the reader gains some powerful insights on how the author was destined to eventually cross paths with paranormal synchronicities and occult symbolisms rooted in The Montauk Project of Long Island.
Twelve years and fourteen books later, it seems that such a destiny has proven itself many times over to be genuine, authentic and down-to-earth. The rest is history.
Speaking of history, I suggest you pay very close attention to the book's closing chapters as they delve into a condensed yet highly riveting account of what a Moorish American is, where they actually come from and what their rightful claims are to the United States of America.
The Montauk Book Of The Dead, the latest edition in a landmark series of books exploring controversial, paranormal and historical issues emanating from The Montauk Project, represents part one in a two-part saga. Part two is slated for release in 2006 as the much anticipated The Montauk Book Of The Living.