David Wilcock s previous New York Times bestsellers, The Source Field Investigations and The Synchronicity Key, used cutting-edge alternative science to reveal oft-hidden truths about our universe. In The Ascension Mysteries, David takes us on a gripping personal journey that describes the secret cosmic battle between positive and negative happening every day, hidden in both the traumas of our own lives and the world s headlines.
Through his contact with a positive higher intelligence behind the UFO phenomenon, groundbreaking scientific information, and data from high-ranking government whistle-blowers, David reveals that the earth is now on the front lines of a battle that has been raging between positive and negative extraterrestrials for hundreds of thousands of years. The Ascension Mysteries explores the towering personal obstacles David overcame to unlock the great secrets of our universe and looks ahead to what this battle means for each of us personally. By unifying ancient texts from a variety of religions with scientific data and insider testimony, David presents a stunning conclusion that Earth is on the verge of a massive cosmic event that will transform matter, energy, consciousness, and biological life as we now know it and will utterly defeat the great villains of our time."
- ISBN-13: 9781101984079
- ISBN-10: 1101984074
- Publisher: Dutton Books
- Publish Date: August 2016
- Page Count: 528
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-07-18
- Reviewer: Staff
Wilcock, a frequent guest on the History Channel's Ancient Aliens TV show, updates and expands the analysis in 2011's The Source Field Investigations, adding material on the roles of good and evil aliens, the Cabal/New World Order, NASA and the U.S. government, and science fiction media. In the first half of the book, Wilcock recounts a retrospective search for inner meaning in a decades-spanning chronological mash-up of personal and cultural memoir. He explains his fascination with all things psychic and alien, interlacing bully-filled social awkwardness, mystical dreams, and drug trips with musings on celebrity and analyses of the politics, video games, music, and television that spark his budding imagination. The second half offers more examination of ancient ruins in space photos, a plethora of new details from insider informants on alien encounters and stargate travel, and an insistence that secret information is slowly being revealed to the public through fiction. Alien enthusiasts who love corroborating proofs will find the large amount of new detail satisfying, and those who find Wilcock personally compelling will love the juicy details of his youth, but those looking for guidance on their personal preparation for the global transformation Wilcock anticipates will find it lacking despite the heft of this volume. (Aug.)