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  • Paperback: 238 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (11 Feb. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1495461602
  • ISBN-13: 978-1495461606
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.4 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,968,099 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Howard Baker is widely known for his works on the Sixties and his thought-provoking contributions to the world of Mind Body Spirit, Cosmic Gardening, and Gardening by the Moon. His published works include: Sawdust Caesar Enlightenment and the Death of Michael Mouse His refreshing take on the world in general never fails to enlighten and entertain.

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This “lighthearted work of fantasy” is all about our perennial problems with life, death and the soul. The unseen one, Aoratos, perhaps an angel or a god, borrows human form to enable Jamie and Jane, who run a small organic farm, to access cosmic energies and use them to benefit our world . On the way there are side-swipes at society, religion, New Age charlatans and so-called healers, while Jane and Jamie’s initiation spreads widely to many other people worldwide. They are destined to die in their millions, to “go home” in their newly-awakened state, and be replaced on our planet by other, stronger souls, incarnating so as to raise human consciousness to a higher level. Going home, through the tunnel of darkness known from many well-attested near-death experiences, is made an easy process, previous lives become known and each soul may choose its next step in development, whether to return to earth or enjoy the bliss of that higher world. As our civilization starts to slide into chaos Jamie’s life ends, but he is told by the Elders that he is to return to Earth and tell the story of his meetings with Aoratos.
Highly recommended as an entertaining read that brings together various insights into our present and future lives upon Earth.
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'Isn't it absurd when the greatest wonder is that you are here, standing upon this planet floating through the void with but one simple duty, to avoid hurting others, knowing that thoughts are powerful, vibrant, eternal energy...' Jamie and Jane are just a couple of ordinary sheep farmers going quietly about their daily business - until a visit from a playful god who takes on various guises opens up a new dimension to existence. If you can imagine a cross between a Socratic dialogue, a philosophical novel by Robert Pirsig (of 'Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance' fame) and some inspired Flann O'Brien lunacy, you might approximate what Howard Baker's off-the-wall book seems to be about. A very entertaining read that challenges you to look at life in quite a different way, it's funny, wise, thought-provoking and quite dotty.
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A nice light story and a good mind opener to those starting to explore. But do take with a pinch of salt as it is just one view, it is a novel so take what you want from it before moving onto nonfiction reads using hypnotherapy to explore life between lives and energy work.
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I read this in 2 days, thoroughly enjoyed!

A beautiful and powerful story that enlivens, energises and awakens.

Looking forward to the next book...
(I hope there is another)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Extra-ordinary entertainment 24 April 2014
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'Isn't it absurd when the greatest wonder is that you are here, standing upon this planet floating through the void with but one simple duty, to avoid hurting others, knowing that thoughts are powerful, vibrant, eternal energy...' Jamie and Jane are just a couple of ordinary sheep farmers going quietly about their daily business - until a visit from a playful god who takes on various guises opens up a new dimension to existence. If you can imagine a cross between a Socratic dialogue, a philosophical novel by Robert Pirsig (of 'Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance' fame) and some inspired Flann O'Brien lunacy, you might approximate what Howard Baker's off-the-wall book seems to be about. A very entertaining read that challenges you to look at life in quite a different way, it's funny, wise, thought-provoking and quite dotty.
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