I struggle to put words together to adequately convey what Peter Kingsley's book `A Story Waiting to Pierce You' means to me. But, as briefly as possible, here is my personal contribution.
Standing on an ancient acropolis one day, overlooking the city of Rhodes I became powerfully aware of what I would call an `inner message or realisation' which conveyed to me simply `The Gods are Returning'. I was completely nonplussed. Up to that point I'd had little interest or knowledge about Greek mythology.
A full two years later I was handed Peter Kingsley's book `In the Dark Places of Wisdom' within which, magically and powerfully, I was re-introduced to the Greek Gods, and Goddesses. A book I commenced reading at about 8.30pm and didn't put down until 3am the next morning.
All of Peter Kingsley's books could have been written about me, such are the close parallels between what he has written and what I have received, over my lifetime, in vision, in dream, and in my daily experiences of life. Anyone else reading these books with an open, uncritical mind could not fail to be similarly deeply impressed. Reading Peter's amazing book `A Story Waiting to Pierce You', which I have done probably some seven or eight times, simply transports me into ever deeper realisations of the incredible expansion of consciousness that is being offered - right now. Its contents are of the utmost importance to me because I realise I am nothing without conscious connection and involvement with the divine source of life and which is only possible through stillness and humility.
I would like to add a footnote : It is a scientific fact that all things come and go, including civilisations. Also, conformity, expectation and comparison are profoundly destructive. Should not we all live the way that is meaningful to us?