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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Angel Tech by Antero Alli. A guide for the realisation of the Multidimensional Self. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 09, J rated it it was amazing. I'm reluctant to give any book 5 stars, but this one profoundly influenced how I treat, interact with, and understand my internal universe. It allowed me to experience and begin to understand things that would otherwise lie beyond the boundaries of what I could imagine.
The scope of this book is limitless and I imagine a lifetime of practise and experience would still leave much to be discovered. But perhaps the key starting point for any Karma mechanic is an Aristotelian one; fix your robot! St I'm reluctant to give any book 5 stars, but this one profoundly influenced how I treat, interact with, and understand my internal universe. Straight uphill from here, Chip.
One should work on cultivating excellence virtue in one's physical, emotional, conceptual, and social habits, before opening the more exotic doors of consciousness. Build your pyramid from the bottom up, and when Chapel Perilious comes along, have faith! Sep 08, Adrienne S. My bible. Jan 13, Mike Stolfi rated it really liked it. It had a less fluffy cover when it first came out. I do like Antero's take on things. View 1 comment. I struggled with this book. I don't like his writing style and it isn't anywhere as good as anything by Timothy Leary or Robert Anton Wilson.
The only positive thing I got from this book were a few new meditation techniques. But that is probably something some people might want. May 21, Lanterfant rated it really liked it. This book is by far the best of several works based on Leary's 8 circuit model of human consciousness, which chops up personal development into a series of distinct stages or types of intelligence which build on one another: physical, emotional, conceptual, social, doubled by their more advanced somatic, psychic, mythic and 'quantum non-local' counterparts.
Rather subtly though, through mechanisms of 'guerrilla ontology' i. Admittedly, the description of the highest circuits today seems even more like new age bogus to me than when I first read the book 8 years ago, with Antero dwelling on subjects such as clairvoyance and non-linear, mythical time, but it is written with much more irony and self-ridicule than equally speculative musings by Robert Anton Wilson or Timothy Leary.
I especially liked the "Chapel Perilous" interlude between the description of lower and higher circuits, in which the idea is propagated that life spontaneously generates trying 'initiation rites' on our path towards self-development. Overall, this is the kind of book that works well at a certain stage in life -for myself it was the transition from adolescence to adulthood- and although nowadays I don't find myself returning to it anymore, feeling I have largely 'outgrown' it, I still carry its insights with me and have remained a fan of its trickster style, which is full of playfulness, puns and disruptive humor.
Dec 30, Brian rated it liked it. I wasn't sure what to think of this book at first. Aside from its unabashed new-age vibe and forced robot analogies its actually very insightful and full of useful advice. The social psychology seemed to be spot-on and there were straightforward suggestions of ways to challenge yourself. Its structured as if the reader's taking a course and graduating from level to level, building on the previous lessons using the metaphor of switching gears.
I consider myself a somewhat open-minded person, but I wasn't sure what to think of this book at first. I consider myself a somewhat open-minded person, but the inner-skeptic in me just couldn't take some of the techniques seriously; most notably the "grounding" technique harnessing the planet's energy and channeling it.
I found myself bored with a lot of the repetition and some passages were just hard to read. The book had quite a few typos which annoyed me. The last chapter made me rethink my opinion of the book in a positive way as it was the most esoteric and thought-provoking.
Recommended if you're a hippie, believer in tarot or numerology, a wiccan, new-age practitioner, or combination thereof. Aug 15, furious marked it as to-read Shelves: mysticism , occult , philosophy , psych , shamanism , mines.
Great Job. Jan 08, Darrell Wright rated it it was amazing. Loved it. It helped me organize my personal evolution into logical compartments making it more efficient for me to understand function and purpose of these experiences.
Loved the robot metaphors. Will definately come back and reread this book after a duration of a few years. Feb 22, T Floyd rated it really liked it. Sure it is fun to read and think about how you might be different. Everyone has a comfort zone, but are you willing to find out things about yourself and how you think - and test your ability to walk into the unknown? I enjoyed the journey this book inspired - and the courage it took go beyond my own rigidity. Oct 24, Paul McAtee added it Shelves: magick.
I finally read this after so many years of Bob Jensen bugging me about it when we were in college. It was alright. Lots of good Twitter material in here. Sep 14, Sonny rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Eveeryone.
Shelves: old. Read it and learn how we work, and enjoy the light-hearted approach the venerable Alli uses to describe the enlightenment process. Jul 25, J rated it it was amazing. Very cool and straightforward for the educated beginner.
Both practical and interesting. Jul 19, Noam rated it it was amazing. One of the most fascinating books I've ever read. Mar 11, Paerie rated it did not like it. Antero Alli, while having compiled useful information, is a rape and abuse-apologist. Source: I studied with him in person. Apr 29, Jennifer Bassindale rated it it was amazing. I didn't die. Most excellent book. Kalle rated it liked it Jun 30, Matthew Risk rated it really liked it Sep 15, Eldon Rhea rated it really liked it Jan 10, Michael rated it it was amazing Mar 08, Gerry Taylor rated it liked it Sep 20, Gary Ammirati rated it liked it Jul 08,
Angel Tech : Modern Shaman's Guide To Reality Selection
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Angel Tech: A Modern Shaman's Guide to Reality Selection
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Angel Tech is a comprehensive compendium of insights and techniques for the direct application of Dr. What Dr. Leary posited as theory Exo-Psychology and Dr. Robert Anton Wilson brilliantly demonstrated in sociopolitical, mathematical and intellectual proofs Prometheus Rising , Antero Alli has extended into tangible tasks, exercises, rituals and meditations towards an embodied realization of brain change through first hand experience.