Tag Archives: the mind parasites

Vision at Chichén Itzá

Notice the title of this document is “Vision at Chichén Itzá” not “Vision about Chichén Itzá.” I make no claim here, as in absolutely no claim, that what I experienced at Chichén Itzá is a revelation of anything about the ancient or modern Mayan people or culture. What follows are a few highlights of my recent trip to Mexico with Mayanists John Major Jenkins and Jim Reed including a visionary experience at Chichén Itzá.

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A Gnostic View of Mind Parasites

The Gnostics refer to inorganic beings called Archons and what they say about these Archons has striking parallels to mind parasite encounters and also with alien abduction experiences. What the Gnostics have to say is not a curiosity of the ancient world or an obscure matter for scholars to investigate. They address issues and phenomenon with the most direct relevance to the core of our reality and the survival of our species.

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The Siren Call of Hungry Ghosts

The Siren Call of Hungry Ghosts is a spell binding paranormal detective story, elegantly written, and as haunting and irresistible as its title implies. The implications of what British paranormal investigator and writer Joe Fisher discovers, at the apparent cost of his life, are staggering, and have such profound implications for all inhabitants of this particular plane of reality, that as over the top as this may sound, this book may be one of the more important ever written.

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