There has never been a book like this. This book is designed for young people of all ages, by which I mean those whose imagination has not been stifled by the standard educational process. It is written for people who can still be awed by the way ants build their burrows, by the cold elegance of a snake, or the beauty of a flower. I am writing for people who can tolerate a temporary state of ambiguity, for those that can take change easily and are not afraid of handling wild ideas. Those who cannot tolerate change will drop out very quickly. Few scientists will read this book to the end. But I do hope that it will stimulate the thinking processes and implant some ideas into the minds of future scientists.
I am attempting in this book to build a model of the universe that will satisfy the need for a comprehensive picture of “what our existence is all about”. In other words, a holistic model that encompasses not only the physical, observable universe that is our immediate environment and the distant universe observed by astronomers but also other realities as well. Most of us see the universe through a tiny window, which allows us to see just a single colour, or reality, out of the endless spectrum of realities. Viewing our universe through this tiny window forces us to see the world in a sequential form, that is, as events that follow each other in time. This is not necessarily so.
Gary Williams is an awarding winning writer, and radio and television host, "A working psychic and a working astrologer", as well as the leading authority on the paranormal, having spent 40 years researching ghosts, mediums, life after death, flying saucers, conspiracy theories, and cover-ups. Widely traveled, Gary has consulted and tested hundreds of psychics, mediums, healers, and other individuals who claim to possess paranormal abilities.
Born in Virginia Beach, Virgina, home of the famous trance channel Edgar Cayce. He began studying astrology in 1970 in Virginia Beach, and two years later undertook psychic development classes at the Edgar Cayce Foundation. In 1973, he began work as a professional astrologer and moved to Boston, where he studied under Isabel Hickey, author of Astrology: A Cosmic Science. This lead to further studies in tarot and psychic development at the college of Psychic Studies in London. Gary divides his time between writing and lecturing. Click here to learn more about Gary.
In his lectures Gary Williams gives blazing evidence for life after death and he also gives new hope for those who fear dying. He addresses the hard issues brought up by religion and speaks to the lay person as well as the scientist.
In his new book A Walk On the Wild Side, Gary explores the question of life after death from both religious and scientific points of view. The question of what happens after death has perplexed mankind for centuries. The information gleaned from psychical research in the last 80 years has turned the religious equation upside down. Perhaps.....just perhaps....the time has come to tell the truth.
Here is a little sample from the book:
“The communications from my father after his death have convinced me of the reality of life after death. When I wrote A Life Beyond Death in 1989 science was just on the cutting edge exploring the idea of multiple dimensions. Now it seems a comfortable fit for “where we go when we die”. We cannot visualize another world ruled by quite other laws, the reason being that we live in a specific world which has helped to shape our minds and establish our basic psychic conditions. However there are indications that at least part of the psyche is not subject to the laws of space and time. Scientific proof of that has been provided by the well-known researcher J. B. Rhine in Durham, North Carolina at Duke University. Along with numerous cases of spontaneous foreknowledge, non-spatial perceptions, and so on- of which I have had numerous experiences in my own life- these experiments prove that the psyche at times functions outside of space and time, and therefore of causality also. This indicates that our conceptions of space and time are incomplete. A complete picture of the world would require the addition of still another dimension; only then could the totality of phenomena be given a unified explanation. Hence it is that the rationalists insist to this day that parapsychological experiences do not really exist; for their world-view stands or falls by this question. If such phenomena occur at all, the rationalistic picture of the universe is invalid, because incomplete. Then the possibility of an other-valued reality behind the phenomenal world becomes an inescapable problem, and we must face the fact that our world, with its time, space, and causality, relates to another order of things lying behind or beneath it, in which neither “here and there” nor “earlier and later” are of importance. Grasping these concepts, albeit abstract and uncomfortable will help us to understand the possibility of life after death. If there were no life after death there would be no point in this life either. It would indeed be a shallow, meaningless existence. The subjects I am going to explore in this book are out of the ordinary. At moments it may seem as if I am asking you to believe in “six impossible things before breakfast”. But thankfully science is moving on. What would have been considered impossible one hundred years ago is commonplace today. A hundred years ago planes could not fly and as one scientist exclaimed, “I have examined Mr Edison´s invention and it is nothing but sheer trickery.” He was speaking of the phonograph. There were no meteorites because as Lavoiser said, “Everyone knows there are no stones in the sky”.
The book is available here: Amazon - A Walk On The Wild Side