Beyond Reality Mysteries Explored HIDDEN WORLD Volume 6: ELDER WORLD: LORELEI: BEYOND THE VERGE

HIDDEN WORLD Volume 6: ELDER WORLD: LORELEI: BEYOND THE VERGE

HIDDEN WORLD Volume 6: ELDER WORLD: LORELEI: BEYOND THE VERGE
Catalog # SKU2770
Publisher InnerLight/Global
Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name Richard S. Shaver Ray Palmer Dewitt C. Chipman Dennis Crenshaw
 
$25.00
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Description

The
HIDDEN WORLD
Volume 6

THE ELDER WORLD
THE LORELEI
BEYOND THE VERGE
&MORE!

The Shaver Mystery


by
Richard S. Shaver
Ray Palmer
Dewitt C. Chipman
Dennis Crenshaw

The 6th book in a series that first related the Shaver mysteries, experiences, and discoveries to the world.

Excerpt:

The Vindication
of
Richard S. Shaver

By Dennis Crenshaw
Editor: The Hollow Earth Insider

When the Editor of Hidden World asked me to do a short article to be used as a forward for this issue my first thought was that over the years I had written almost everything I knew about Mr. Shaver. Then I remembered a news report I'd read on the internet just a few weeks ago that had brought the name Richard Shaver screaming to the front of my thoughts. That report reiterated the fact that as time goes on I realize more and more that Richard S. Shaver was indeed a man ahead of his time. I can offer an easy example of proof of that statement that would stop any argument against that fact with one glance. On the cover of Volume 1 of this Hidden World series is a drawing of a Dero as seen by Mr. Shaver. The illustration consists of a Dero setting comfortable in his leisure chair deep down in his underground lair watching the goings and comings of humans on the surface. He is watching them remotely over a computer screen. At his fingertips is a keyboard. I agree there are knobs on the keyboard instead of lettered keys. But no one can deny it is a computer. And this illustration was first published in 1943. Television was still around the corner and computers were a gleam in several young inventers' brains. Then there is that amazing news report I read the other day.

I recently had the privilege of working with Mary Martin (The Best of the Hollow Earth Hassle - Global Communications 2008) on a project to release a lost Richard Shaver interview she, Tom LeVesque and Richard Shaver had participated in on the Hilly Rose show back in 1972. I think this was probably his last live interview. While converting this amazing cassette tape to CD I realized something that has sort of been brushed aside when it comes to talk of the strange world of Richard S. Shaver. The Shaver Mystery overshadows another remarkable discovery by this extraordinary man. In fact in his last years he had put the Shaver Mystery and the hidden World aside. As he stated in the interview, he had grown tired of talking about the Shaver Mystery because he had grown tired of people not believing him and calling him a liar and a "nut". Then he began to talk passionately of the work that he was doing at the present time (1972). Work that he would actually be involved in for the rest of his life. Work that made many people in the scientific community roll their eyes at the thought of it. He had moved to Summit Arkansas and opened a small "Rock Shop" behind his humble dwelling. But he wasn't just selling rocks. As he explained to Hilly and his radio audience in the interview:

Excerpts:

"Dot [Richard's wife] brought in these rocks and put them on my desk. They set there for quite awhile. Then [one day] I really looked at the things and said, "Here's what I've been looking for."

Shaver goes on to report that he started to slice these rocks into slabs and he stated that he begin to realize that these were not just rocks but that they contained messages from the ancients. He further states that "What they are, are huge libraries of picture rocks and they are very common, very valuable and very easy to see."

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200+ pages - 8¼ x 10¾ softcover


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