posted on Nov, 24 2010 @ 01:18 PM
Originally posted by indigothefish
reply to post by ATLien
screw tape letters... well let's just say i think it's a worthless book, i know others might disagree with me, but i just don't think it has any
edit on 11/24/2010 by indigothefish because: (no reason given)
value depends on world view. I thought it gave some fascinating insight on the nature of temptation and the spiritual manipulation humanity faces.
starts sort of simplistic but gets very deep.
5) 'Diggin Leviathan' by James P. Blaylock. mad scientists race to the center of the earth. combines a good yarn with insights on various losses
(innocence, family) and fears of parental inadequacy.
4) 'Flying Saucers: Serious Business' by Frank Herbert. read as a kid, freaked me out, introduced me to the paranormal. contains a warning about
approaching a landed saucer with a flashlight (*they* might think it's a heat ray!)
3) 'Timeless Earth', Kolisomo, and 'Morning of the Magicians', (French author--Fauvels?). makes one rethink all our taught history.
2) 'Mothman Prophecies', John Keel. classic. looks to inner, not outer, space for our 'visitors', and doesn't like what he sees.
1) The Bible fascinating history in the Old Testament, unparalleled insight into the human mind in Proverbs and Ecclesiastes, unique exploration
of human nature, and of course prophecy as to what happens next.
edit on 24-11-2010 by works4dhs because: add list
edit on 24-11-2010 by works4dhs because: clarify
24-11-2010 by works4dhs because: clarify