“The Omniverse, Transdimensional Intelligence, Time Travel, the Afterlife, and the Secret Colony on Mars,” by Alfred Lambremont Webre. Published by Bear & Company, 2015, 213 pages
Review by Guest Blogger Arieanna
Another library find. Hmm, how to start this. I really enjoyed this book’s subject matter. It’s all about the scientific evidence supporting the existence of extraterrestrials, interdimensional civilizations, time travel, reincarnation, and the possibility that ET’s are involved in the reincarnation of human souls for their own reasons. To me, the part of the book that delves into Barack Obama’s Mars experiences, presented fairly early in the book, is the hook to get you to read the rest of it. Because this book is not, repeat not, an easy read. I likened it to trying to slog your way through an organic chemistry textbook. Interesting subject matter, but hell to read. It is a scholarly work obviously written for a scholarly audience. Even with a bachelor’s degree, I found myself consulting Dictionary.com several times to figure out what the author was trying to say. He LOVES expensive words and uses them almost to the exclusion of finding an easier way of explaining things. This is a shame, because if it was more accessible to a larger audience, his hypothesis might have a greater impact. (A disclaimer; it’s quite possible that the fact I deal with 8th graders, who sometimes don’t read at grade level, has lowered my ability to adequately process higher level tomes.)
That being said, here is the author’s hypotheses:
These equations are the basis for the hypothesis I have termed “the dimensional ecology of the Omniverse.” . . . Dimensional ecology, then, is “the analysis and study of intersections among organisms and their environment in interlocking dimensions of existence, including the universes of the multiverse and the spiritual dimensions.” (pg 3)
Whew. The easiest way I have come up with to try and bring his work down to my level of understanding, is that he is explaining the science behind the “out of this world” stuff that is shown in modern sci fi/fantasy/space movies. You know, the star-gate type teleportation portals that let the participants travel through time, space and dimensions. The author never makes this analogy, but its the best way I’ve come up with to explain this book. He lays out his arguments and presents evidence to support them. He bases his arguments, more or less, on what it would take to prove his case in a court of law, using both legal and scientific evidence. (Which, come to think of it, could explain the high falutin’ language. Apologies, but it really was a challenge.) The bibliography and notes indicate that he references his own work quite a bit, not a huge amount but enough that I noticed it. He also references various interviews that took place on the Coast to Coast AM radio show. I’ve listened to this show and can vouch that I often heard about things on that show that even though it sounded on the edge of believability, would later prove to be true. But I’m sure there are those out there who would consider such a source somewhat suspect because of the nature of quite a few of the shows’ eclectic content.
I am somewhat familiar with some of the topics and evidence he presented. The descriptions of reincarnation experiences and those of higher level spiritual beings and the messages they convey, coincided quite nicely with the last book I reviewed. I also think I might have heard at least some of the radio broadcast(s) he refers to. The coming earth changes and Transformation that he refers to are also familiar themes, to anyone who is paying attention to the world around them.
It is my opinion that he proves his hypothesis. I would like to see it reworked so it would be more accessible to a wider audience. It makes perfect sense.