Book Reviews Perceptions Magazine, September 2021
Books Revelations of the Watchers:
The Unfolding Destiny of the Rebel Angels
By Timothy Wyllie
Bear & Company
One Park Street
Rochester, Vermont 05767
August 2021, 360 pages, 6 x 9 Paperback, U.S. $24.00
8-page color insert
Reviewed by Brent Raynes
Timothy Wyllie (1940-2017) was an architect, a graphic artist and an author. In 1973, he had a near-death experience that significantly altered the direction of his life. Wyllie came to specialize in studying the existence of non-human lifeforms, like angels, extraterrestrials, and even dolphins [don’t forget John C. Lilly’s research on dolphins]. Furthermore, Wyllie claimed that he’d been collaborating with a discarnate Watcher named Georgia, allegedly an angel who once joined Lucifer and the rebel angels but following the rebellion was presumably allowed to remain on earth as a Watcher. And, presumably, Georgia has been with Wyllie in several previous incarnations, and has proven herself very helpful to Wyllie sharing a great deal of information and insight on innumerable cosmological, spiritual, and historical details.
Periodically asked how much faith Wyllie had in Georgia being exactly as she claimed, he could only state a personal state of certainty, feeling he had never been given any reason to doubt who she claimed to be.
In the meantime, there are a lot of thought-provoking and interesting claims about the great angelic rebellion some (we’re told) 203,000 years ago, a quarantine of Earth and 36 other planets from the Multiverse, details about Atlantis, the Lemurians, the rise of shamanism, and much more. Perhaps, as with Edgar Cayce’s many readings, future discoveries may eventually collaborate some of this Georgia’s revelations.
Or maybe not. Time will tell. It always does.
For now, give it a read and see if you can connect some of the dots and arrive at some meaningful deductions.