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About author Alfred Lambremont Webre Alfred Lambremont Webre’s 2000 book, Exopolitics: A Decade of Contact, founded Exopolitics, the science of relations among intelligent civilizations in the multiverse. Using advanced quantum access technology, the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) time traveled his 2005 book, Exopolitics: Politics, Government, and Law in the Universe, back to 1971, when an unwitting Alfred was examined by a group of approximately 50 CIA and DARPA officials who knew Alfred would be a leading future extraterrestrial and time-travel whistleblower, and would become the developer of the Exopolitics and Dimensional Ecology models of the Omniverse. Alfred’s new book, The Dimensional Ecology of the Omniverse, integrates empirical data from intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations and from the intelligent civilizations of souls in the Interlife and demonstrates a new hypothesis of a functioning ecology of intelligence in the dimensions in the Omniverse. Alfred is a graduate of Yale University and Yale Law School in international law and was a Fulbright Scholar in international economic integration in Uruguay. He has taught economics at Yale University and constitutional law at the University of Texas. Alfred was general counsel to the New York City Environmental Protection Administration, a futurist at Stanford Research Institute (where he directed the proposed 1977 Carter White House extraterrestrial communication study), and was a NGO delegate to the United Nations and the UNISPACE conference. Alfred is active with non-profit organizations concerned with peace, the environment, human rights and social justice, consciousness, and intelligent life in the Omniverse. CONTACT: Email: dimensions@dimensionalecology.com Skype: peaceinspace Websites: www.exopolitics.com www.dimensionalecology.com www.exouniversity.org



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22 internautes sur 24 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Finally, spirituality and exopolitics connected through science 3 avril 2014
Par Balint - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
This is a leading edge dot-connecting book with a positive message.

Having read this book, I invite you to broaden your world view with this book and understand how important it is to develop our own souls, which I believe is one of the utmost important message of this book that reaches far into the heavens.

This book is exopolitics upgraded, and exopolitics is the higher spheres and qualities of UFO-research, in my views. Therefore I recommend it to UFO-researchers, to broaden their understanding of the larger scheme.

I recommend this book for science-oriented academic people who are anti-spiritual and avoid esoteric nonsense, since the ideas in it are backed by hard-core evidence, so even diehard skeptics have to accept it. Science shouldn't be a matter of belief, personal interests or secretive oaths, in my opinion.

I would recommend this book to all spiritual people, enlightenment-researchers - I came from this subculture - who avoid the topic of UFOs as nonsense and find it hard to open to the reality that we live in an organized universe, because this book will help them see the bigger picture, backed by science and by science of spirituality - e.g. Michael Newton's research -, in an understandable way.

I am convinced that David Icke's Perception Deception and David Wilcock's Syncronicity Key confirm the messages of this book and Michael Salla's Galactic Diplomacy gives a further description of our intergalactic-interdimensional ''playmates'' of this ''illusionary'' multiverse of moral lessons and co-creation and co-selfdevelopment with Source.

Why I like this product and how it affected me:
I had first met dr. Michael Newton's books on a Jose Silva method course which describe the life between lives. I then encountered the UFO whistleblowers of Project Camelot and the Disclosure Project and the field of exopolitics, which fitted well to my point of view that it is crazy to believe that we are alone in an infinite universe and that we are taken care of from higher beings.

Yet I couldn't connect these two, unsafe multidimensional sphere where some ETs can interact with souls in a positive or negative way, and the absolutely safe and sheltered place of lives between lives. I just couldn't put these together, this remained a question.

Then I heard it myself in the youtube-interview titled Alfred Lambremont Webre - The Omniverse: A Dimensional Ecology, that the originator of exopolitics, Alfred Webre would write a book where he would upgrade exopolitics and connect spirituality and exopolitics, I was thrilled, because these are usually two very distant areas and I would finally get the ultimate picture.

When I found that this would be backed by other top-notch scientific discoveries (like those of quantum-physics I learnt about in the movie 'Thrive' and 'What the bleep do we know'), I said WOW. And now here it is, and I am getting what I hoped and expected.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Brilliant, but not accessible 28 septembre 2014
Par Clark - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Brilliant but not too accessible, this book explores the concept that the Universe as a whole is much more than the physical World we see and touch. Building on foundations of modern metaphysics, physics, and spiritual research the author builds a wholistic Universe to encapsulate everything in one nice but not-so-neat paradigm - the Omniverse. Pulling in the alien enigma isn't that much of a stretch, when you think about it. But beyond these high level concepts things start to get a little dicey in the "what's fact vs. theory", though one could argue it's all speculation, of course. But as a metaphysical Grand Unification Theory, I think it does fairly well.

My major complaint is the writing style of the author. If one more "Prima Facie" term was penned, I was going to scream. His over indulgence is this term, and a few others, becomes highly distracting. A good Ghost Writer would make this book much more accessible.
14 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A new level of awareness has arrived... 7 avril 2014
Par yanne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is a really valuable book, that goes trough very complicated and difficult subjects.
The subjects are; dimensions, God-source, extraterrestrials, consciousness, the human soul, time travel, teleportation, and much more. Concepts, definitions, conclusions...
You will learn about scientific evidence that are the basis of many of the subjects here, and there isn't really much room for skepticism after this. So be prepared to change your world view and expand your level of awareness, after reading this book there is no going back.
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Way down the rabbit hole 20 janvier 2015
Par Boyd Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Pure deep intelligence reporting from Webre. At times the writing is a bit redundant and overly wordy, but the information is stunning. As an avid fan of following military industrial complex covert activities, this book has all the essentials and much more. I'd also highly recommend Webre's YouTube video interviews that go even further down the rabbit hole of secret technologies that have made Earth a member of galactic alliances and target of several Galactic species and governments.
13 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
... shoots itself in the head then boasts being a great shot. Why do I think so 14 juillet 2014
Par A. W. Mesokosmos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is a book that shoots itself in the head then boasts being a great shot. Why do I think so? Well, the starting point is a noble one: to map all so called fringe topics and phenomena under one all encompassing hypotheses. Admirable a goal. The problem is the book purports to be scientific. Scientific as the peer reviewed, repeatably testable, falsifiable science we are used to. Yet there is not much science in the book. Instead it's claims are based on juridical hyperbole. Webre takes a bunch of witnessess and experiencers of strange events, and takes their testimonials at face value - "prima facie", as he as a member of the bar persistently calls it. Webre is sincere, intelligent and totally unconvincing. Which is a pity, since I have to admit I agree with many of his conclusions. It's the way they are arrived at which bothers me.

Webre, a long time environmentalist and futurist has chosen to call for a scientific revolution by quoting people like Andrew Basiago, Stanley Fulham and David Willcock (whom he calls a cosmologist!). The book is full of alien races, government cover-ups, quantum babble and channelled words of wisdom. Interesting, yes, but far from the mark of any kind of science. As a lawyer Webre has come to the conclusion that truth is something a jury would recognize after hearing enough testimonials. He sets out to make a case. And to make his case he accepts anything that fits his preconceptions. And rejects all else. Ok, that's what the other side, the ever present pseudo-sceptics do too. But it does not mean people serious about parapsychology should take up the same methods.

As said, I still am symphatetic to the message of this book. It's the execution that makes me shiver.
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