The Convoluted Universe (Anglais) Broché – 1 novembre 2001
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I like the book overall and enjoyed the information presented, though many things are clearly (at least to me) fiction (ie, the Shroud of Turin is not real - it is a forgery)... Dolores has described herself as a "grandmotherly type" who could stay objective and present this information in as simple a way as possible and in the most non-threatening manner. Most of the material is too complex for words, so what we get in the book is in some cases the closest thing we can have until we directly experience it for ourselves. Dolores has decided to stay at the level of most readers who might be new to this material and relate as if she is discovering it for the first time. She has done that job well, though this is also what keeps the book from becoming great. Dolores takes EVERYTHING at face value and is not able to evaluate it as truth - she stays in her reporter role. And this is where it gets complicated...
First, Dolores has no psychic/intuitive ability that would help her evaluate truth from fiction. Second, in holding herself back personally from deeper spiritual experiences (her personal choice), Dolores continues to mix in some lower truths and personal biases with the higher ones. I find myself getting high reading the channeling of some of the beings (though not all) coming through her hypnosis subjects, but then I have to come down as I start reading some of Dolores' synopsis, opinions, and personal thoughts on the information that has been presented.
For example, can we now drop the idea of "Karmic Debts" that have to be repaid? At the top of page 179, Karma is finally clearly & lucidly explained for what it is, but due to the nature of the book, it is still not clear in other areas. The Karmic system, similar to the 10 Commandments, were the best ways found to relate higher truths to a given consciousness level at a violent period in history. They are a 1st level consciousness system based on reward-punishment in a "me first" oriented world. It works for that level of thinking. But this book is not written to or for people who want to stay at that level, only those transitioning from it. Holding onto the idea of karma (or God as a HE - more of an IT) as a payback, just maintains unnecessary obstacles to growth.
And... about the Jesus story. It is interesting that all of Dolores' sources, even the supposedly "high" ones, basically confirm all the religious Sunday school stories we have been told about Jesus' life up to his crucifixion and rising from the dead. But is this story what actually happened? If you want to shake your tree, try Michael Morgan's "Pontius Pilate's Gospel of Jesus" and round that up with "The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ" by Levi. These books contain more truth about the Jesus story than any I have read. It is in these books that I discovered more of who Jesus (Yeshua) was and what the term "Christ" really means.
Dolores, you have done amazing work, but please allow some spiritual experiences of your own and raise your level of understanding to a knowing level & not just stay at a reporter/intellectual level. Examine your own personal beliefs & biases. Bring your personal being up to or nearer to the information you are presenting. It will make the messages you impart so much more consistent. You don't need to hold yourself back for us. You can walk ahead in spiritual growth if you want to... :) And please remember to leave the Light on...
In short, despite A LOT of really powerful insights and accounts in Convoluted 1, I still remind myself that this information is often biased/skewed in some way, either by difficulties in language, personal bias, or simple human error. The discerning mind & heart should always remain alert when evaluating any material (not just this book) to see how it compares to the personal truth we each have within ourselves. And we must each take personal responsibility for how we evaluate that truth and ultimately apply it.
Interestingly, a few months ago a guest on Whitley Strieber's Unknown Country spoke of a group of British explorers who were firsthand observers of a Tibetan Buddhist ceremony during the first part of last century, and who witnessed the levitation of huge stones through the combined use of chanting and strange-looking "horn-like" instruments. This is the almost exact process which is described on page 216 of Dolores' book through one of her subjects, even down to the detail of having all participants breathing alternatively so that a constant sound could be maintained.
Perhaps more importantly, this book introduces new material available to Dolores only during the past three years explaining how extraterrestrials are influencing the genes of thousands of us in an effort to speed up our evolution in preparation for the coming changes. More information will be available in the coming sequel.
If you share the same sentiment as me, consider reading Adrian Dvir's book. One of the first books I read on the subject of Aliens and Alien Clinics and he does a good job with it. He is an engineer and asks direct questions that dig at the concept, yet in the same informal way as Dolores does - through conversation. If we could mix Dolores' extensive work with Adrian direct questioning, you'd have an excellent book!