Book Recommendations

I’ve done a lot of reading since my near-death experience.  It wasn’t until I came across the Greyson Scale (this wasn’t presented during my medical studies) that everything started to make sense.  My experience was somewhat atypical in that it was triggered by my own thoughts, but the rest of it fits almost all the textbook traits.  These are some of the books I found most helpful.  They’re separated into categories for easier organization, but there is a lot of overlap in the content.

Near Death – Out of Body

Two of these books are by M.D.’s and two more are by sound engineer Robert Monroe.  Jack London also wrote about out of body experiences.


Many books about the mind by highly credentialed and well studied authors.

Religion – Philosophy

Some looks into the history of ecstatic and enlightening experiences.


A few of the more accessible books from Carl Jung.

Remote Viewing

Autobiographical and biographical accounts of several of the CIA’s top psychic spies.


Scientific studies of DMT by an M.D., and accounts of psilocybin, ayahuasca, and other hallucinogens.


Recent, ancient, and alternative views.

Environment – Outdoors

Sustainability, technology, and books about nature.


More books by M.D.’s.  Past life regression, Ericksonian techniques, and Dolores Cannon.


Tarot, Mysticism, Hermeticism, Theosophy, Chaos, and others.


Now associated with the dark arts because it’s benefits come at the expense of others.


Lots of Jane Roberts and Seth.  Also some Law of One material.

UFOs – Aliens

High strangeness including abductions, men in black, mothmen, and reverse engineering.


Secret societies, government and military cover-ups.


Telekinesis, clairvoyance, telepathy and more.

Fire Sight

My work so far collected into a Kindle Book.

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