Category Archives: Book Reviews

John Keel Ate My Audiobook Review of The Perspicacious Percipient

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Deep Thoughts About The Perspicacious Percipient The Perspicacious Percipient: How to Investigate UFOs and Other Insane Urges – Selected Writings of John A. Keel is a great book. It’s a collection of magazine articles from John Keel gathered together by Andy Colvin and published by New Saucerian. This book is the grand finale in a series of […]

Review of The Stargate Chronicles: Memoirs of a Psychic Spy, The Remarkable Life of U.S. Government Remote Viewer 001 by Joseph McMoneagle

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Of the Mind and Time The Stargate Chronicles: Memoirs of a Psychic Spy by Joseph McMoneagle is the next stop on the synchronicity wave I’ve been trying to ride. I received this book as a review copy from David Niall Wilson at Crossroad Press who was another one of those people I met at just […]

Review of Journeys Out of the Body by Robert Monroe

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Book a Flight Outside Yourself Journeys Out of the Body by Robert Monroe is a book that came at the perfect time for me. Readers of The Signal know that last year some serious health problems came along and turned my life upside down. I was in a black depression long before cancer came along […]

Review of The Super Natural – A New Vision of the Unexplained by Whitley Strieber and Jeffery J. Kripal

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The Super Natural – A New Vision of the Unexplained There are two things about the UFO controversy that make it uniquely interesting. The first is that it is probably the deepest mystery that mankind has ever encountered. The second is that it has been the object of so much denial despite the fact that […]

Review of Penetration: The Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy by Ingo Swann

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Put On Your Helmet Penetration: The Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy by Ingo Swann is another one of those books that have been lurking around my reading list for a long time. Back when I originally became interested in the book it was out of print and only available in PDF format. Reading entire […]

Review of Time Out of Joint by Philip K. Dick

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Simulation Theory Have you ever felt something is wrong with reality but can’t quite put your finger on it? Ever felt that reality isn’t quite what it seems and that somebody else is pulling the cosmic pinball plunger for you? You are not alone. Simulation theory conversations are all the rage right now. Philip K. […]

Review of Project Beta by Greg Bishop

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Why is this important? I’ve been meaning to read Project Beta by Greg Bishop for a long time. All the time I’ve spent laying around Med-Bay was put to good use wading through my reading to-do list. It’s an important book for anyone who is interested in ufology or pretty much anything that isn’t supposed […]

Review of Ubik by Philip K. Dick

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Down the Rabbit Hole Read enough books and sooner or later you’ll find a magic one. Ubik was one of those books for me. I can’t even begin to describe the level of weirdness this book brought into my life.  It left noticeable perturbations in my reality tunnel. Some part of this book seemed to […]