Hank Wesselman Book: Spirirtwalker: Messages from the Future
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Midwest Book Review
Hank Wesselman's incredible true story begins with a series of vivid dreams he had while living on the flank of an active volcano in Hawaii. Eventually Wesselman became convinced that what he'd experienced were not merely dreams, but a vision encounter with what shamans have long called the "spirit world". In this world Wesselman met a fellow traveler, a Hawaiian Kahuna mystic named Nainoa. What did Nainoa seek from Wesselman? What did the anthropologist have to learn from this exotic traveler from another time and place? Maintaining his scientific objectivity, Wesselman embarked on a mystical journey beyond the boundaries of ordinary consciousness. The result is a fascinating adventure, an exciting discovery, and the story of how a hardheaded scientific realist may have stumbled on an important piece in the puzzle of human evolution. Spiritwalker is an engaging, fascinating work that is on par with the writings of Carols Castaneda. Spiritwalker is highly recommended for the non-specialist general reader, and "must" reading for any serious student of contemporary metaphysics.
Humbled with gratitude
All I can give is praise and deep thanks. Had it been written as a science fiction novel (as the author once considered doing), it would have been one of the best I ever read. But having the author's own thoughts and insights and feelings about it interspersed was breathtaking. It verified everything I have known "intuitively" about the meaning of life. And I am so happy about the picture given of this wonderful Earth's future. I look forward to reincarnation at that time; it sounds like heaven to me (the cheerful, peace-loving, nomadic hunter-gather tribes anyway ... not so sure about the Hawaiian chiefdoms). I look forward with great anticipation to reading the next two books in this trilogy.