A Conversation about Imagination

Here’s a link to my latest interview with Jeffrey Mishlove on his excellent Thinking Allowed You Tube channel. This time it’s about the lost knowledge of the imagination. As always with Jeffrey, it’s a wide-ranging and with any luck stimulating discussion.

If you’re interested in following up with a look at the book, you can find it here. For those of you in the UK, here’s where to go.

And, if you haven’t had enough of imagination, here’s my interview about it for Interalia Magazine.

Also, there are still places available for my seminar on imagination at the Omega Studios in Rhinebeck, NY, in October 4-6. I’ll be there with Dean Radin, Alex and Allyson Gray, and Regina Meredith.

I’m also speaking at the Black Flame conference in Montreal, Oct 11-13.

I am setting up some dates in NYC in October as well, and will post these when they are definite.

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2 thoughts on “A Conversation about Imagination

  1. Halo again Gary, Steven in Colorado here. I thought to leave one more message concerning the upcoming New Muse Book Series, which I am currently pursuing via Archway, the independent arm of S&S, your pubber. The reason I mention this book series to you, is because 1) I appreciate your writing, and 2 ) our lines of extensive research often coincide, i.e. Mcgilchrist, Radin, Hancock, West, and many more etc…all great folks and good reads, like yourself. 3) I feel that these eight psychically and spiritually inspired books will be of definite interest to yourself and to some of the folks I just mentioned, perhaps. Hancock endorsed an illustrative book, 50 new Egyptian ideas, which I bought and found revealing. Wow. It DID have new ideas, like my books. My background is in the deepest computer research, so I am accustomed, and happy, to have 10-15 books open at once, as I sift and glean, like I used to do in the vast IBM Internet Library. Now there’s a maze. I used to find stuff that was really hidden to others.
    Anywho, I estimate that there are 250 NEW IDEAS coming out in this New Muse Series. One quick example would be concerning the word KARMA, which is believed to be of ancient Hindi and Sanskrit origin. This is not far back enough; we need to go back into pre-historic times, when ancient societies, some unknown, roamed the world. The real origin of “KARMA” comes from the Egyptian KA RA MA. I know you will figure out the relation, with your knowledge base. KA RA MA also applies to the Buddhist Dharma…both originated in KA RA MA. I’m sure you can see the Mind, the Sun, and the need for truth and ‘justice’ in KA RA MA…which has basically the same meaning as Karma, with the added essential element of solar infusion. These books also reveal, for the first time, the Egyptian origin of the primary Hindu God names, which many readers will find very intriguing. These two examples may whet your reading appetite, perhaps. I appreciate your listening to this brief explanation. Keep an eye out for the upcoming series, if you are interested. The first book, The Secret Yoga of the Vikings (TRUE!) will be out in a few months. I am finishing The Cosmic Gilgamesh; Neanderthal and the Saga’s of Body, Mind, and Spirit,, which I know will wow you to the extreme!. Ha. It certainly wows me…a lot. Well, ok, I’ve been wrong before, so I will hedge this bet concerning your possible interest, although the book is truly, extremely provocative and revealing. Academics will hate it, so you know I’m onto something! I know you are extremely busy, so please don’t bother with a response. With your contacts and background, I would of course appreciate any positive words, if deserved, going forward. I’ll go read your books today, after my writing window.

    Best Regards in the Great Spirit of the Universe,

    Steven A. Key (KA)

  2. Oops…one more burp. The New Muse Series also introduces the first known animal to human speech, confirming Chomsky’s Universal Grammar, which he considered came from animals. It did.

    Best,

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