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The last half of my life has been spent in the active pursuit of
truth. In the following pages I sketch the broadest map of what I
have learned in the fewest words possible. You will not find proof
between the covers of this book, rather ideas and principles that
give you understanding and perspective on proof existing all
around and within you. The more you investigate these ideas for
yourself, the more intelligently you can judge the accuracy of my
map.
If ignorance is bliss, why seek truth? Because permanent freedom
is far more valuable than temporary comfort. Truth frees you
from the manipulation, miscalculation, and disillusionment that
ignorance inevitably brings. You want to know, and no amount of
external gratification can satisfy that inner vacuum yearning to be
filled with meaning, purpose, and understanding.
Society once suffered from ignorant superstition; today it
suffers from ignorant skepticism. When people are confronted
with a challenging view, most see only that it differs from their
own, and so they dismiss higher truths beyond their recognition as
quickly as they would those obvious delusions beneath their
threshold of gullibility. Higher knowledge is therefore fringe
knowledge because those who pursue it have been alienated to the
fringes of society. These fringe truth seekers follow their hearts and
open their minds, having placed more importance on the liberation
of their souls than the conventions of society.
Treat this book as a working hypothesis, an educated guess to
be tested by your own experiences, research, and insights. Take
what makes sense and leave the rest for another time.
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Quick Tip by . June 19, 2010
I read this book when I started to dive into occult books. I really enjoy the way Montalk writes about very complex ideas in the simplest way. He gathers information and makes conclusions but asks that you don't simply believe what he writes but use only the information that resonates with you. That's how he is different from many occult writers. I really enjoyed this book.
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