Book: Scout Report (Volume 1) by Samuel Rosecategories: Book, Toltec, Dreaming, Aliens, Indigo, Sorcery, Shamanism, Death, Human Totality, Spiritualism, Carlos Castaneda, Awareness, Metaphysics
Samuel Roseabout this book: The primary readers of this book may be Indigo adults, shamans, philosophers, those interested in the works of Carlos Castaneda and the Toltec knowledge, and those involved in metaphysical/spiritual studies.
Though the label, "Indigo" is not used in either of the two books, they do in fact capture the mood of the Indigo life.
The cover, spine, and back tell a story. In the front, we see the human totality of dreaming body, waking body, and nahualistic body. The dreaming body then passes through a portal (the Blue Disc) on the spine, and arrives at another world on the back cover. In that other world, Ozo (the main character) is reunited with a being named RJ, that transitioned from the waking world.
The book is described as fiction, and that it is. It turns out that Truth cannot be captured in words. It is true myth in the sense that it is an honest attempt to capture the goings-on in the Abstract Realm, within the constraints of the tools that are available for such studies and efforts, and acknowledging that inevitable distortion and error creeps in as we "flatten" such primal awareness communications to the waking world.
As a myth, it does ring true.
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