Hi to everyone,
This is the 1st main post I'm making and will probably be my last ( as I can't see much else I could bring to the table that is not already brought
by other people here). What sparked me to do this post was in fact someone else making an unrelated post about "the nine" and seeing I'm reading
this book for the 2nd time, and it's had a life changing effect (positive) on me I figured it would be selfish not to.
Cutting to the chase I have over the last 6 months stopped all drink and drug use which I have been abusing for over half my life, was very lost and
stumbled across this book again that was recommended to me by a guy I worked with briefly back in 2003 ( I forget the situation but he was related in
some way.. mother brothers cousin or something like that which was involved in the sessions! lol). In re -reading this (it's made better sense to me
the 2nd time round), it has offered me a change of direction for the best, very positive help, peace of mind, confidence, happiness, purpose .. I
could go on all day.
Basically I am encouraging anyone who has not read it to do so and if you have already read this I would love to hear your opinions and whether it has
had a similar effect on other people.
The book is called "The only planet of choice " and the version I have I got from Amazon ages ago .. it's the 2nd edition edited by Mary Bennett. A
member of ATS(starcrossd) on the other post offered a free version from a download link which I have added here but full credit to them/him/her for
That is kind of all I have to say as I feel that there is no way I could ever try to explain this or even really summarise it anyway near as well as
it is conveyed by reading it and I don't wish to say anything misguiding ... safe to say though it provides an answer to just about every question I
have had of the unknown regarding who we are, what is our purpose, why we are here, how it all started, ancient civilisations including the classic
Atlantis, the purpose of the pyramids, when they were formed, how they were formed, the purpose of influential characters, Socrates, Plato, Leonardo
Di V, even Nostradamus and of course Jesus, reincarnation, religion, early man, crop circles, energy lines, higher planes of existence, ET's and/or
extra dimensional beings and their purpose, (an interesting idea on dolphins), the basis of good and bad, what's happening in the world and what we
need to do, afterlife... and somehow by the time I finished it, it seemed to fit together like a jigsaw and for me everything made sense.. having
said that I could only read 5-10 pages at a time at parts as I found it hard to get my head around certain parts!
I was relatively shocked to see next to no references on this book on this site in the archives seeing that it seems to cover and offer explanation
for bundles of questions I have seen asked on this site or debated over the years... so to repeat myself, I am posting this to encourage anyone who is
interested in the above things I mentioned to read it and would love to hear from anyone who has read it what their thoughts were. (Friends of mine I
have mentioned it to and who have read it have varied opinions and even varied interpretations). My thoughts are its worth a read regardless of your
beliefs and end opinion as it brings a positive and uplifting message either way. The summary on the back of the book by Michael Glickman (journalist
and cereologist) sums it up nicely "if this book is the work of the imagination, it is a poetic and consistent work of art; if, as I prefer to
believe, it is based on truth, it must be one of the most important books ever written."
Also I should probably say that I am open-minded but by nnnoooo means believe too much in much that I do read and just evaluate everything .. somehow
though this just gripped me and made sense to my core.
Sorry I've rambled a little but thanks for reading this and look forward to see what you think! :-)