New Book Reviews
The Mothman Photographer III:
Meetings With Remarkable West Coast Witnesses Touched by
The Anomalous Activities Of Interdimensional Entities,
Archetypal Avatars, And The Eerie Yet Enlightening Phenomenon
Known Infamously As “Mothman”
By Andrew B. Colvin
MetadiscBooks and The Seattle Conceptual Art Museum
2009, 2011; 585 pages, US $16.99
Reviewed by Brent Raynes
A thoroughly thought-provoking and compelling exploration of the West Virginia Mothman mystery, and possibly related synchronistic occurrences and paranormal and archetypal events and manifestations described in candid conversations and interviews between the author and a fascinating variety of researchers and experiencers. Lengthy transcripts are provided. Unlike most authors who have delved into the Mothman saga, Andy Colvin, an experiencer himself from West Virginia who had two childhood Mothman-type encounters, perceives the entity more as an avatar or an angel instead of the far more common perception of this creature as a dark and menacing demonic-type of archetypal figure. This author throws at his readers a wide range of intriguing new and original information, ideas and concepts.
“One finds out a lot more in learning how to listen, not only to the witness, but also to one’s own internal dialogue as interviewer,” Colvin writes. “This awareness is essential in hearing what is actually being said.” As you read through this book’s hundreds of pages you will certainly have to agree that the author’s strategy is working well.
The Gentle Way III:
Master Your Life
A Self-Help Guide for Those Who
Believe in Angels
By Tom T. Moore
Light Technology Publishing
PO Box 3540
Flagstaff, AZ 86003
2013, 344 pages, US $16.95
ISBN 13: 978-1-62233-005-8
Reviewed by Brent Raynes
Tom T. Moore, the author of this third Gentle Way book, a self-help book that explains easy and key approaches to spiritual meditation and positive spiritual outcomes, reveals the importance of what he calls most benevolent outcomes (MBOs). He describes how MBOs is an easy way to raise ones psychic vibrations. He also details what he also calls benevolent prayers (BPs), called “ascension” by some, and how in addition to explaining techniques for achieving these spiritual practices he also shares many stories and testimonials from others worldwide who have followed Moore’s instructions.
Moore, who for a quarter of a century has been the president and CEO of his own international motion picture and TV program distribution business, claims that in his “active meditations” he has communicated with a guardian angel named Theo and various spirit guides. He describes the many different ways and circumstances that most benevolent outcomes (MBOs) can be used. Examples include relationships, health, finances, education, careers, peace of mind, travel, and so much more. Virtually any area of your life that you feel you could use benevolent spiritual assistance.