By Joseph McMoneagle
Publish yr note: First released October 1st 1998
Joseph McMoneagle is a rare distant viewer, a "psychic spy," whose reports have given him a unique perception into the character of time and human conception. For greater than seventeen years, he was once a researcher and distant viewer for the top-secret military venture STARGATE. For years after that, he journeyed via time whereas operating in a consciousness-development lab with out-of-body adventure pioneer Robert A. Monroe.
McMoneagle explores the questions that philosophers have for hundreds of years debated: Does time particularly exist? Do our activities this day rather impact our destiny? do we swap the prior? will we slip among exchange realities?
In the final word Time Machine, McMoneagle gives you new insights into those mysteries, together with: First-hand information—including transcripts from lab sessions—on the origins of humanity, the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, and the construction of the Egyptian pyramids; provocative feedback in regards to the nature of time, production, and a continuously altering prior; a close photograph of our fast destiny throughout the 12 months 2075; greater than one hundred fifty very particular predictions on international inhabitants, getting older, non secular fragmentation, way of life alterations, technological advancements, and dozens of significant alterations to legislation, customs and practices—all inside of a good and confident framework; a imaginative and prescient of the yr 3000, comprising a attempt of what the writer calls the "Verne Effect"—our skill to create and manage our future.