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This review is from: The Wave: The Red Book v. 1 (Paperback)
I was first introduced to the Wave through the French translation published on the Web, and despite the average translation level, I was immediately drawn to it and couldn't stop reading for days. It was a revelation, and a powerful shock. What ? We would live in a Matrix ? 4th dimension critters would feed on our emotions, and sometimes even our flesh ? A gigantic wave would travel the cosmos and would currently be heading towards Earth ? 6th density light beings ? Millenia-old control system ?
As crazy as it sounded, it actually made perfect sense to me, it sounded logical. I'm sure people who feel everything is not quite right on this BBM have felt the same while reading the Wave. What we find in the Wave also strongly echoes Casteneda's writings and other writers such as Gurdjieff and Mouravieff.
Reading the Wave is not pleasant and definititely not comfortable, it has nothing to do with the New Age tenets of "everyone has a divine seed, and if you just send Love and Light to nasty people such as Bush, they will become as gentle as sheep". What a load of BS.
For those who are tired of lies and want the Light of Truth, I can only recommend reading the Wave series.