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2150 A.D.

4.32 of 5 stars 4.32  ·  rating details  ·  375 ratings  ·  46 reviews
You travel with Jon who lives in 1976. When his mind is in the sleep-state, the forces of the future world reach out to him and show him how things can be. Go with him on his perilous adventure - a mind-expanding exodus from the imperfect today into a better tomorrow. Discover the beauty and the emotional demands such a journey can bring. Explore the system of thought and ...more
Paperback, 350 pages
Published July 1st 1994 by Warner Books (NY) (first published 1971)
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Jonas Reno
Aug 15, 2012 Jonas Reno marked it as to-read
Make this a movie!!
Connie Bernhardt
I just finished rereading this book. This is my all time favorate book. I remember picking this up late one night at a little book store. I wasn't into science fiction at the time but it kept calling to me. Finally I bought it. I'm so glad I listened to the calling of that book.
It's about a Vietnam veteran who falls asleep and wakes up in the year 2150. Each morning he wakes up bake in 1976. Jon wants to stay in 2150 with Lea and it's about his struggles to make it there for good.
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I found this book in the book swap shelves at work (too bad we don't have that any more). Reading a book in 2003 that was written in 1978 and travels to 2150, was a unique experience. Its a look at a future utopian society through the dreams of the main character in 1978 and the weird cross over of realities. Also its claimed that John Lennon was inspired by this book when he wrote the lyrics to Imagine.
What a remarkable book. I dared not read it too quickly lest I fail to grasp the more advanced concepts presented. Even then my mind was frequently awash with the ideas presented and how I saw my life in comparison.

Though many of the general concepts were not new to me, Thea managed to present them in a 'novel' fashion that was cohesive and entertaining. As for me, I feel, yet once again, like a beginner. This vision for a new world is certainly attractive to me, and represents the heaven on ea
Leah Harrell
A super fun and readable book, although it seems fairly preachy most of the time. The philosophy centers around the non-judgement of others but the main characters seem to be somewhat judgemental the majority of the time (i.e. everyone in 1976 or on the so called micro island is living a miserable existence, while all of the macro souls of 2150 are in an awesome state of perfectly evolved ecstasy). Also- the book operates under the assumption that we are all predestined to evolve in a linear spi ...more
In 1969, a professor at Gannon College in Erie, Pennsylvania, had a series of dreams for 6 months. Each night he would pick up where he left off, in an earth 80 years in the future. As strange as this may seem, he condensed his experiences into two books: A Macro Philosophy for the Aquarian Age, copyright October 1970, and 2150: the Macro Love Story copyright October 1971. Both books (white cover version) were published by his short-lived corporation, the Macro Development Center. Don shared the ...more
Nancy Shevitz
Totally possible from my point of view.
Dreams, I have often thought, are merely separate realities.
Took me 20 years to read it. A tiny book.
kooky, hard to get into...but worth the effort. Karma, macro philosophy, and more.
It blew my mind wide open. And I'm shaping my life in a new way.
Doğan Kaytan
3 çeşit intihar vardır ve her ölüm birer intihardır.

En yaygın intihar türü Anomik olandır. Yani bunalım, amaçsızlık ve umutsuzluktan kaynaklıdır.

Bir diğer intihar türü, Altruistik olandır. Yani, ölüm kaçınılmazdır ve kişi diğer insanlar zarar görmesin diye kendi canından vaz geçiyordur. Örnek olarak Titanik gemisini verebiliriz. Yetersiz can yeleği vardır ve kişi diğer insanlar ölmesin diye kendi yeleğini başkasına verir.

Ve son olarak Tekamül intiharları yani kitabımızın ana konusu. Burda kişi h
Omer Ekmekci
One of the most influental books i ever read. Like Orwell says in 1984 "The best books are those that tell you what you know already. wide range of criticism of life thus law, order, politics,ethics,religion all from wide range of points of view(basically cosmopolitan). This book surprised me constantly with the comprehensive stunning observations. I didn't believe that it could inspire me enough write a review despite of being speechless and still in the shock of what i just read. This book is ...more
Gregory Williams
I read this book as a youth and its utopian message resonated with me at the time. It's fun to think about the potential for our dreams, which are probably just an amalgamation of stimuli we receive from daily living, media, stories we here, etc.; however, the concept that we go to sleep and awaken in a better place - still troubled, but evolved beyond pettiness and harm - is an incredible draw. I just remember enjoying where the author took me and I appreciated the reprieve and message of hope.
I read this book back around the time it first came out. It was a hot read for those of us into New Age philosophy/practice, est graduates, etc. It was a really fun read, right around the time I was practicing Lucid Dreaming and trying to Astral Project. I do remember, even then, that the writing wasn't great, but I definitely have fond memories... a guilty pleasue? Wonder what it would be like to re-read now.
Bu kitabi okudugumda sanirim 9 ya da 10 yaslarindaydim. Daha sonra bir suru kitap okudum, ancak hicbir sanal dunya gozumde bu kadar net canlanmadi. Bu kadar o dunyanin sokaklarinda dolasmadim, o dunyayi bu denli yasamadim... Ustunden onca yil gecti, simdi okusam ne hissederim bilemiyorum tabii. Fakat bir solukta okuyup bitirmis, sonra bittigi icin gunlerce uzulmustum.
I read this book when I was about 12, I think. It was really profound to me then, though I'd worry I'd find it obnoxiously naive and hippy now, given all the astral projection, free love and toga wearing philosophers in it. But the fact that I looked it up on Goodreads and rated it four stars for the indelible memories it laid should say something about it.
This is a loco new age SF novel from the '70s, full of terribly written pornotopic encounters and "choose your own reality" Sedona spirituality. It's sort of like "Zardoz" meets "Seth Speaks" meets "The Sensuous Woman." If MST3K's Crow T. Robot and Tom Servo did commentary on books, this might be their first pick. A terrible, terrible, entertaining book.
I love this book I have read it many times. It's a great view of how people should and should not treat each other and a great exploration into the human mind. My favorite quote is "The measure of the mind's evolution is it's acceptance of the unacceptable"
Andrew Smith
Well done and well written, this book change my perspectives on life when I was younger and continues to guide me to new and interesting places. A must read to see a bigger picture in life than what we are living!
C.J. Prince
I read this book when it was first published and have probably given 25 or 30 copies as gifts. This allowed me to shift some rigid concepts about life, death and choice. Plus it's a really good read!
I like science fiction and this was an interesting combination of spirituality and science fiction. Suggests how reincarnation works and why.
Used to be an annual reading for me, along w/ Richard Bach's Illusions.
Sheila Gibbons
Wow, I dove into this book. One vision of how we could live.
If only this place existed!
Cynthia Neff
When this came out in 1976 I was blown away and have been smitten with the macro philosophy concept ever since. In the ensuing years, I've pondered many philosophies and while macro is still interesting, the book was a bit tedious and preachy.
Thomas DeWolf
I first read this book in the 1970's and re-read it now. I give it 4 stars because the concepts, the story, the characters, are all quite fascinating and compelling - a 5. The writing itself I find less so - a 3. So 4 stars...
Nancy Lochard
This is a very good read with lots of philosophical information to ponder. I read this about 20 years ago and it shifted my thinking in a major way. I highly recommend this book.
So much didactically.

I was believing the some things on this book before I read.
but if completely talk on this book, I did not believe this book.

as I say its so didactic.
Gary Sprunk
This book changed my life. I gained a vastly larger perspective. I repeatedly experienced samadhi, which one dictionary defines as "the highest stage in mediation, in which a person experiences oneness with the universe". The story and concepts are so engaging that I have read it 14 times, falling in love with it each time. If you want to be inspired and enthralled, this is the book for you!
More preachy than sci-fi. It was all right I suppose. Not for everyone.
Carlos Pereira
Amazing, truly loved this book.
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