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2.0 out of 5 stars upside down, 20 Dec. 2011
This review is from: Return of the Rebel Angels: The Urantia Mysteries and the Coming of the Light (Paperback)
I leafed more and more impatiently through nearly 400 pages of Wyllie flitting-around his adult experiences. There was little or no theme, no thread of challenges or mystery or depth of emotion that might have gripped the reader's interest. About as deep as it seemed able to go was "angels are not the saccharine visions of a mawkish past age" (true but merely a glancing reference to his earlier book). I found myself agreeing with the alleged summing up by the CIA of this author: He is a butterfly.

There were some studdings - mainly repetitious - of teachings from other books, mainly "Urantia": a 2000 page book purporting to reveal the true history of our world and of the universe which I read many years ago and discarded, as it seemed closer to some kind of technical manual than anything else. It did provide some of the troubled history of the angels including the (then little-known) information that rebel angels who sided with Lucifer were directly involved with a few dozen planets in this particular universe, with our earth "particularly struck by the rebel's obstinacy" the results being "clearly manifested in the deplorable conditions of the world".

Compared to the "Right Use of Will" (RUOW) series of books, "Urantia" appeared quite shallow and also hierarchical (a giveaway sign of reptilian thinking). By contrast, RUOW truly does unlock deep mysteries about the origins of Mother/God, angels (all manifested angels have been on the "other side" at one time or another), the universe, and our planet's history.

Finally, the real thrust of this book was revealed: shoved into the last 40 pages... in the Afterword and four Appendices. What an upside down offering. In the Afterword, which was the 20 page substance of the book, Wyllie queries the underlying intentions of the information revealed in "Urantia", since it was written from the point of view of the "administrators". He shares his suspicion that there was "a deeper and unrevealed purpose that lay behind the [angel's] rebellion".

Wyllie has also understood that rebel angels have been incarnating on our world as a path of personal redemption. He also thinks this is a way of strengthening their emotional bodies. However, he does not appear to be aware that emotions are feminine and magnetic. The emotional body can only be supported by finding acceptance and thereby being allowed the freedom to move and express - yes, all emotions, even those judged against as "negative", hold valuable information for us.

Unfortunately, the overwhelming majority - of even those dedicating much of their lives to true spiritual enhancement of this world - has consistently overlooked a glaring omission. Angels are almost always referred to as male and the female aspect is ignored (or referred to briefly as Divine Mother or the like). WHERE ARE THE FEMININE COUNTERPARTS OF THESE ANGELS? Until we start looking into this question, one that is shockingly disregarded, we remain in total denial about a major problem in creation. The only body of work that addresses the origins of the deep imbalance being reflected in this world is the RUOW series.
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