David Wilcock's previous New York Times best sellers, 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.
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A remarkable and unique document
I have been a fan of David Wilcock's for a while. Watching him online, I have found him to be sincere, intelligent, and a have a unique and entertaining way of telling some of the weirdest and most surprising information out there. The book spends the first half of the book or so covering his childhood and young adulthood before getting into detail with the surprising "insider" information, documenting an interesting childhood peppered with pretty amazing mystical experiences, and a goodly amount of abuse. Being just a few years older than he, I can relate to the many historical references he makes—to Watergate, Iran Contra, and so on. He does not merely mention them, but the psychological effect such events had on him, and he feels, to the society at large. (He calls America at that time a "nuclear suicide cult"—numbed out, and seeking to remain that way. I can relate.)I am about halfway though the second half now, and being rewarded with an organized and specific telling of large amounts of "insider" testimony, credibly laid out, chapter by chapter. Although on his programs he gives much of the sense of this, in the book he succeeds in laying it out in more comprehensive detail, which is very satisfying.
I love David's sincere and animated narration of his own work.