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The Invisible Landscape by Dennis J. McKenna
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Nov 01, 2007

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Recommended for: those who go further into their dreams and theories on reality.
Read in April, 2006

Tough tough read. The first half of the book and closer to the end is readable for the layman. This stuff gets really technical. THe idea that the mind is a hologram is introduced by Terence, and it would seem that he hasn't really heard of Bohm or Talbot or anyone else who wrote about it. Plus Time Wave zero is explained, and it's pretty awesome. Just grasping that is worth a try with this book.

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