The Strange World of Man: A Guide to Post Mortem Life

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Lulu.com, 2006 M09 5 - 176 páginas
The Strange World of Man is that rarest of things, a book that, more than entertain or even inform, challenges us to think about the world, examine our history and ourselves. Though first and foremost a spiritual guide, this is no New Age primer, no self-help guide in the conventional sense. Partly an analysis of belief systems, world events, religion and politics, part esoteric philosophy, it covers a lot of ground. Author Greg Stephen is an uncompromising writer with a very different take on the dominant experiences of 20th/21st century man. Peering beneath the veil of spin and subterfuge, bent on exploding myths at every turn, Stephen ultimately calls into question the very premises that underlie social order, our view of humanity and ultimately of life and death. A compelling, sometimes extraordinary read, engrossing and confounding in equal measure, ultimately disturbing in its implications, The Strange World of Man shows us to be a complacent lot. Highly recommended.

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The Aliens Deliver A Message
1
Believers And Deceivers
11
The Pirates of Penance
23
Thy Wilt Be Done
35
Vying for Taboos
43
Elysian Fields Forever
55
Sakes of Honor
61
Act of Volition
79
Through The Bathroom Window
107
Zoos and Zygotes
117
A House With Turquoise Tiles
125
Grist for the Mill
133
Time Wont Let Me
143
Lubyanka Square
149
Ominous Forebodings
155
All About Us
163

A Pernicious Calamity
93

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