Geometric Shapes and the Flipside

As of late, I’ve been hearing from some folks across the planet talking about experiences that are outside the normal purview of research, but are similar to events in the “Flipside” books.

For example, this is from a reader who contacted me on facebook about the “geometric shapes” reported in a number of between life sessions.  So far, I’ve heard that they contain “information” about previous lifetimes, in a chapter in “It’s aWonderful Afterlife” someone “opens one of them up” to explore the “fractals” and information contained within.  

We’re talking identifiable “flying objects” that appear in people’s peripheral vision.  Some folks claim these objects can be seen as “orbs” in various photographs.  I’ve heard some people describe these orbs as “bits of dust on the lens” to “my uncle Pete showing up from the other side.” 

I don’t claim to know what they are, or why they are.  But I do report what I hear when it’s consistent.  In this case, I’ve had at least half a dozen sessions where people describe some version of these “etheric hard drives” that retain information about our past lives, that travel with us through our lives, and function as “ball bearings” to help us during our lifetime.

I’m sharing this email exchange so as to put the issue onto the planet.

Lynne: Have read your books.  Interesting to read about "packets" of information - I had the experience of seeing a hexagon shape, looked like white sugar icing on it, with symbols/numbers and a red orb - was wide awake at the time!  Just thought you'd like to know that this happened whilst I was not hypnotised!  Odd :-)

RM: I was just talking about these yesterday with a biophysicist... it was like talking to a someone in a foreign language...  I was telling him that people see various different objects... some see fractals, some see geometric shapes - some see lights... and when I ask what they are, they give various answers like "they contain really old information" or "they're like traveling hard drives that retain all the information of previous lifetimes" or "they're tiny, and look like a geometric shape..."

Since you saw one while fully conscious, let me ask you some questions while you're fully conscious... (are we ever fully conscious? Just kidding).  Do me a favor, copy and paste these questions into a document - so you can really meditate on them, or just allow the first thought that comes into your mind...

  • 1. can you draw the hexagon shape? or do your best. 
  • 2. draw the numbers or symbols as best you can.  don't have to be accurate, just whatever comes to mind. 
  • 3. what comes to mind when I ask you "what do the symbols or numbers mean?"  try to examine each one - individually.. (like I saw a symbol on a chalkboard and said "oh, that is the symbol for time and pressure - that this object (a crystal) requires time and a certain amount of pressure to be created, and the symbol represents that).  Don't be concerned if you don't know exactly what the symbols or numbers mean, but try to discern what they generally mean.  number refers to... or that's a symbol that means something like..." as best you can. 
  • 4. What does the color or vibration of energy that looks red signify?  Is this a medium for holding onto it? 
  • 5. Why are they generally not visible? is it because they're moving at a different frequency? (I suspect that many "orbs" people talk about are actually objects that we just can't see with the naked eye - almost like being a hummingbird and trying to make out something moving at a different rate altogether).
  • 6. What's the function of the "sugar icing" on this object? Is that related to you or the object itself? 
  • 7. Is there any way that we can measure, examine or identify these objects using tools available to us?  What tools could we use? 
  • 8. Is there something related to the knowledge of these objects that might be useful to the planet, or useful to pass along?  If we studied them could we help other people, or is it an individual thing meant just for the person seeing or identifying them? 
  • 9.  What specifically is your geometric shape? What does it contain? And how do you access it consciously? (i.e., is it for emergencies, or a tool we use all the time) and
  • 10. Why is it in the shape of a hexagon - if you look at it really closely, how does this object retain information?

I know that's a lot of questions - and I know we're not in a hurry to find this stuff out (or maybe we should be? I don't know.)  But try not to judge it in any way - meaning you can avoid the pitfall of "this odd thing happened to me and I must share it with the world - and oh,that's funny all my friends stopped taking my calls.."  There may be a subtle reason this happened - or it may signal something more...

Lynne: Will do- I've been researching this for the last 7 years - will tell you the history and also I've been looking into other stuff - be pleased to share 😀
PS - I've also seen mosaic shapes 🤔

Lynne’s reply to my questions:

"Just a little bit about me - I’m a retired teacher, was Head of Computing in a High School and also taught teachers.  I am married, with 2 grown up daughters, also married, have 5 grandchildren, 3 living in Australia, and 2 in South Wales, UK, where I live. 

You could say I have my head screwed on the right way!  At least until I retired and started exploring psychic phenomena J 

I took early retirement 7 years ago, and our passion is exploration and travel, worldwide and in Europe.
I am a qualified Reiki practitioner, but only use Reiki on family and friends, love animals and music.
When I retired I decided to start researching things I was interested, including mediumship, (Channelling) , UFOs, astronomy , religions, history, Quantum theories, and anything out of the ordinary.  I was sceptical about so much, and I wanted to prove to myself whether or not there was truth in spirit communication and other phenomena and if it was scientifically provable.

I’ve been reading about conspiracy “theories”  books by David Icke (which sparked off a whole new train of thought)  John Lamb Lash (mythology and truth)  David Wilcock , Colin Wilson,  Alan Watts, Terence McKenna, Rick Strassman MD (DMT and drugs) Jaques Vallee (UFOs) Michael Talbot  (Quantum Theory) Stephen Hawkin, Richard Dawkins, Jung and so many others.

A wide range of “theories, speculations, ideas “as you can imagine.

Seven years ago I learned Reiki, and have used it quite often, on request.  And I still wonder if this attunement changed me in some way.

I’ve had some strange experiences over the years, from a very clear “I am with you” voice when I was in my 20s and despairing, from swimming back to a boat, in rough seas and out of breath – I put my foot down and there was a pinnacle of rock there, giving me time to recover, and reach the boat safely (there were no rocks supposed to be there!)

I think I have has a life that, looking back, I feel was protected.  I was a sickly kid, nearly died a few times, had some miraculous near misses in cars, so I felt it was time to give something back to the universe, and if the universe didn’t want it, to my long suffering family!  My motivation was to investigate and report back to my daughters, so I’ve kept written notes of what has been happening to me since I started this journey.

7 years ago, I went to my local library, searching for books on any of those subjects, and. Being a small local library, a small section on psychic phenomena etc. but nothing I really wanted.  I walked  over to the huge travel section and lo and behold, a book caught my eye – It was the Scole Experiment – Scientific Evidence for LIFE AFTER DEATH.

Put it this way, if I hadn’t had too much experience of synchronicity in my life until that point, this was a slap in the face.  It screamed READ ME.
I did, and it started my off on a path that has taken me to see mediums,  have “readings” , go to my local Spiritual Church,  and read and read and read.

An amazing account of psychic phenomena, and recorded for posterity. It made it big in the Sunday Times and other newspapers, and then, like everything else to do with these matters, disappeared from mainstream news, hardly causing a ripple.

I was amazed.  How could anyone who read this book, not have their eyes opened to other possibilities, other dimensions, human and non-human life existing in the universe  and elsewhere?
It included documented evidence, and the experiments were even investigated by the SPR in
London, who sent three sane and sensible men there, who confirmed the phenomena – Montague Keen, Dr Rupert Sheldrake and Dr David Fontana( who coincidentally turned out to have taught my neighbour at Cardiff University and she is also very interested in psychic phenomena) SO.....

To cut a very long story short, my husband and I went on holidays to France, staying in our motor home and it rained. (This was before I’d read so intensively so no influences there)

The van was an old one, and it leaked.  In fact my pillow was wet, so I told my husband not to worry, and we’d sort it out in the morning.  So I topped and tailed, and slept with my feet where the pillow should have bee.  I couldn’t sleep, turned on my back, and saw a hexagon shape hovering at my feet.

It was brown in colour, looked solid, but was covered with numbers and symbols, that were “raised” like icing sugar in white.  I was astonished, and even more so when this red orb started to rise and passed my over my right shoulder.  I tried to catch it but it accelerated and disappeared.  

Did some research and I found this on the internet.

Hexagon and red orb – Someone else had a similar experience!


(No drugs or even some nice French wine involved by the way)

Until I read your books, I have never come across anyone describing this type of phenomena before, the difference being I was not hypnotised, but fully awake.

After this there seemed to be a “shift” in my consciousness - I had a few incidences of clairvoyance which were even odder after this event.

I do meditate, and I’ve also seen “mosaic” type patterns whilst doing so (In fact I thought one was a clairvoyance episode as I saw the design in an Italian church) 

I do not consider myself at all psychic, but that incident, nearly 7 years ago, has ensured I’m hot on the trail for more information and as I say, your mentions of packets of information struck a bell.

 I actually have done a past life regression, a year ago, with a Dolores Cannon trained hypnotist, which was also interesting, as I was apparently a child in Celtic times and was sacrificed – I saw a +
shape in a cave, and until I looked it up, didn’t realise it was a Celtic symbol, not a Christian one.  

I also (remember) a past life as a child, in Holland, in the 1600s, I have my name a Jocantha – when I looked it up afterwards, it turned out to be an old Dutch name (I’d never heard of it before!) and went to the Dutch East Indies where I died of a fever. I also “knew” about the Dutch slave trade. (In reality, or at least this one, I knew nothing about Holland’s history – zilch!)

Just one very interesting recent psychic event – I went to see the psychic David Thompson, and had my mind blown, which is the right word I think.  He is a physical medium, based in Australia, but comes back often to the UK.  All I can say is look at his web page and the phenomena in the séance room leaves now little doubt in my mind of survival of spirit.

Yes, my friends probably think I’m bonkers, but also when I speak to others about this, it seems people often tell me about something that has happened to them.  (I tend though to be careful with whom I share!)  I hope this is of some interest,  Regards, Lynne 

RM: Thank you Lynne!  Clearly this was a personal experience, and not everyone will have one like it - but it's consistent with the other reports about these shapes and I offer it here for further review.  So perhaps whoever is supposed to read this information will find it. Rich


Arrival, Westworld and the Flipside

Watching the film "Arrival" this past weekend, I felt oddly like I was watching a chapter out of "Flipside: A Tourist's Guide on How to Navigate the Afterlife."

Mind you, I'm not a UFO-ologist, nor have I focused any of my research into this field (but at the same time am aware of it, and did read John Mack PhD's study at Harvard to get my mind around the phenomenon.)

When I first came upon Michael Newton's work, I was startled to find that 10% of the people coming to see him claimed under deep hypnosis that they had "off world" experience.  He coined a phrase for these folks "hybrid" which doesn't really explain the phenomenon, as it implies some "neither here nor there" experience.  

But either ten percent of his clients were coming to him because he was vibrating some frequency that was calling them (ala "Close Encounters") or it was just random sampling that ten percent of his 7000 clients over 30 years claimed that they "normally" incarnated on another planet.

Michael Newton and Morrin Bass (hypnotherapist from NYC)

It's a bit of a brain freeze for anyone.  "Wait... what?"  

But if one approaches this research with a non-judgmental position, it allows the information to be examined from a non-judgmental pov.  "Either these people are making these stories up, or they are not.  If they are, then it's not worth bothering to examine them. If they aren't, then what are they saying, and is it "consistent"?

When writing "Flipside" Scott De Tamble mentioned a case that he'd run across where a fellow claimed that he "normally incarnated" on another planet.  I printed that chapter in the book under the heading "Over the Rainbow."  I took the person out to lunch, to see if I could "poke holes" in his experience.  

By that I mean, I'm a skeptic in the true sense of the word - I don't believe in any prevailing school of thought, but am open to the data.  In this case, after hearing this really wild story, I was surprised to find a mild mannered fellow from the Bay Area, who was making his living as a gardener.  Later, I followed up with him, and now he works in hospice care.

Heptapods by a blogger

But what to make of his story?  He claimed the planet he came from was in a star cluster which I was able to find in the classification he claimed he was from. He said that the physical world he was from was "gaseous and cloudy" and that the physical body was more like the heptapods described in the film "Arrival."  He drew me a picture of what came to mind - it was a bit like shorter version of the creatures depicted in the film, but the same kind of gaseous atmosphere.  He said his planet was way more advanced than this one - but that he "and about 200 explorers" were "already here." He said that he and his co-workers are here to help "elevate the consciousness of the planet."

He said that there already is a "ship" that is in orbit around the earth, but that it isn't visible. He said that he and his co-workers convene up there on the ship to share the work.  He said that many people are working in media - in film, tv and music fields to help "usher in this new era." 

(Note: That's not to say that all of these "visitors" here on the planet are only from one particular planet.  If one examines the various reports in Newton's published works, it's rare to find two folks with the same "off world" tale.  This fellow in "Flipside" said he had about 200 of his pals from his planet here - the math tells us that there must be many others who've had experience in a variety of places.) 

 When asked "why are so many off-worlders coming here?" the answer is often a variation "to help the planet with its shift in consciousness." Despite the common terms in new age/UFO circles of Pleiadians and Lemurians (and greys, blues, etc) these folks are generally not in my research of hypnosis sessions. (Only one has mentioned Pleiades so far...) That doesn't mean they aren't "from there" - it just means I've yet to be able to get a consistent report that is replicable.)

Internet drawing similar to the description
in "Flipside"
Again - I'm not claiming this to be accurate or a prediction of anything - but he did say "an ET like event will occur in the next 5-7 years."  That was back in 2011.  Do the math.

Now - was he talking about a film about such an event?  Perhaps.  Was he offering wishful thinking? Perhaps. 

But as I watched the film Arrival unfold, I had the feeling this was pretty similar to how such an event might take place.  From studying his session and interviewing him, the best I could discern was that their arrival would allow us to "communicate without words" and to "use the natural ability we already have to communicate with thought." It would also help usher in a "advancement in awareness."

Finally (on this topic) the other day I met a fan of my books who said "his guide told him he'd meet me this very day."  What can I say to that but "Oh, cool!"? (Hi John, yes, I'm talking about you.)

Fellows keeping an eye on us.
We had coffee and I asked him why he thought he was drawn to this research.  He told me about a UFO event that happened when he was 25 years old.  He and a friend were walking out to their car, when he saw "an object in the distance that I thought was a bird."  The bird came closer until he realized it was a space craft.  It hovered over him and both he and his friend "lost sense of time."

Based on my premise that there is no such thing as "lost time" - time exists, your mind records everything that happens to you, whether you're in a coma, asleep, or on an operating table, and your consciousness is able to access all of it - it's just your conscious mind may have a partition keeping that information from your mind - I believe all of our memory is accessible, if you look for it.

So I asked him a series of questions.  First I asked him to "freeze a frame of time" just prior to the ship's arrival.  What did it look like?  

He described the outside of the ship, first from his point of view on the ground, then closer, as I asked him to take the leap in his mind up to the outer skin of the ship.  He described pretty much exactly what the outer skin on the ship in the film "Arrival."  (He's in his 50's now, so this event happened decades ago.)  

It was dark, almost the color of charcoal, and not a smooth surface, but similar to that in the film.  (I haven't asked him if he's seen the film yet, but will.)

Then I asked how many people were in the ship.  He said "I don't know."  I said "Well, just shift your focus into the ship - is it a crowd of people, alot of people?" 

He said "It's only three."  I asked "Are they male, female or something else?"  He said "I sense female."  I said "Okay, try to focus on the lead person on the ship - ask them "What are you doing here? Are you here to deliver something, like a message, or were you just passing by?"  He said "They're here to find me."

I said "Well that makes sense.  People see ships all the time, and it seems random, but why would someone travel across the universe for a random sight seeing excursion?"  He said it seemed there was some form of portal, or time travel element involved.  I asked "Specifically what are they here to do with you. Pass along a message?"  He said "Activation."  I said "Like a machine, like turning on a machine?"  He said "Yes."

I think at this point he closed his eyes and I said "Don't close your eyes. We're just having coffee here in a shop.  Don't try to focus too hard on it.  Just whatever comes to your mind."  He nodded.

I said "So what kind of work do you do when you're activated?"  He said "It has to do with alignment of energy. Something to do with the energy of the earth." (I'm paraphrasing, I wasn't filming this, so it's the best I can recall.)

I told him that I'd heard that before from multiple sources.  Pete Smith (head of the Newton Institute) told me (in "Its a Wonderful Afterlife" about a client who claimed that in his sleep he was helping align the energy of the planet, and that's what he'd come here from another planet to do.)  I heard similar accounts and report them in "It's a Wonderful Afterlife."

So I asked "When do you do this kind of work?  Is it while you're conscious, are you affecting people around you on some subtle level?"  He said "No, it's when I'm asleep."

(Note: If you think about it for a moment - we spend a third of our lives asleep. About a third anyway.  And we assume that nothing is happening while we are asleep, aside from snoring and dreams perhaps.  But perhaps the etheric body is busy doing other tasks.  I don't know - all I can report is what people say.)

So "aligning the earth..."  "a shift in consciousness..."  "We call that the "quickening" over here (said via a spirit guide while someone was under deep hypnosis.)  All terms that refer to some form of a "shift" in consciousness.

All I can observe is the repetition of these reports, and their consistency.  

When I interviewed Pete Smith in Australia about the work of the Newton Institute, I asked him about the 10% figure.  As he notes in the interview, "the figure has risen to 30%."  That's thirty percent of the cases that the hypnotherapists trained by the Newton institute are reporting worldwide (they have 200 practitioners in countries around the world) that 3 out of every ten people that come in to have a "past life regression followed by a between life examination" report having had "off world" experience.  

It's not always the same place or planet. It's not just one star system. It's not even only in this realm, or this universe.  People claim they've had lifetimes on water planets, on gaseous planets, on earth like planets that aren't even in this universe.  They describe the same life/death/return to soul group journey - those who incarnate elsewhere have the same kind of guidance, councils, classrooms, etc.  

In Galen Stoller's book "My Life After Life" he talks about meeting one such person in a classroom that he's attending.  And that person "who normally incarnates on another planet" showed Galen what he looks like, even takes him on a trip to his home planet to introduce him to his family.

Here's someone with off world experience.

Again. I'm not claiming that these reports are what they say they are.  I'm just reporting them.  I'm finding their consistencies, and when there are inconsistencies, reporting them as well.  

Where I find inconsistencies, is when people report "why" these events occur - and I find those reports subjective.  "I experienced this event" and so therefore everyone must experience it... (heaven, hell, libraries, etc)  But that isn't in the reporting.  What people consistently report is arenas, areas, places that one could characterize as libraries, or soul groups, or grassy fields for that matter - but not everyone sees them the same.  Some folks hear music, see dancing, experience unconditional love.  Others experience and see other things during these near death experiences, out of body events, or between life hypnosis.  Those differing opinions don't mean that they aren't happening... they appear to mean that everyone experiences them differently.

And I might add - I've never experienced or seen a previous lifetime where I had off world experience

So what about Westworld?

Sorry for the long post, but the film "Arrival" and the finale of "Westworld" are just on my mind.

West Bollywood World

I included in "Flipside" the past life regression of Michael Crichton

 Michael later claimed that he "must have made the entire experience up" but I point out that his description of what he saw and experienced were in line with what other people have seen while under hypnosis. (Read the excerpt above in the book "Travels") But when you examine the premise behind Westworld - not just that robots might become sentient - but that each lifetime has a similar arc that the lifetimes of the robots on Westworld experience.

During his past life regression he remembered being a gladiator in the Roman era. (One of the three worlds in his original movie "Westworld" in 1973 was Roman World - along with Medieval World and Westworld... some pretty bad costumes in the Medieval portion as I remember). It's like he was making his movie from the memory of being a previous human in a previous lifetime.  Kind of follows with regard to what the research shows.

Meaning we come here, we fight, we love, we die and then we come back and do it again.  Of course that's not part of this world - only the robots do that, and "the gods" are the humans that have created the robots.  But there's another metaphor at play here - a meta metaphor if you will - that the adventures of the robots is pretty much akin to what the "journey of souls" experience.

In the Westworld paradigm (and in many religions that believe in reincarnation) there's a all powerful hand at play.  People come back to suffer based on their previous lifetimes (karma) or they come to suffer to learn how to let go of suffering, or they experience difficulties based on some unseen, unknowable force (the Gods, or God).

God? Or Ford? Or Anthony?

But that's not what's in the research (and what is in the research, oddly enough).  People choose to come here based on a variety of factors, the primary one being "free will."  They can always say "no, I don't want to incarnate at this time."  There's no one to tell them they must or they have to, other than their loved ones who may impress upon them the importance of their presence. "I can only learn this lesson if you're there to help me."  Since we exist outside of this realm in a state of camaraderie, in a state of compassion and unconditional love, there's not many people who won't agree to a loved one's request. 

 Imagine if you will, your son or daughter asking you to accompany them on a difficult journey.  Most folks will say "Okay, I know it's going to be hard, more on you than me, but I will be there to experience this with you and help you through it."

Again, not my opinion, belief or philosophy with how things work. It's just in the reports.

In like form, in Westworld, the creatures come back to life, and live out scenarios that they learn from - and because they're learning the most from the difficult or painful lives, that's what gives them consciousness.  (As if consciousness was a form of compassion.)  Well, if you examine the consistent reports, people say that "God" or "heaven" is a state of unconditional love.  They claim that we come here to experience the loss of that love, so that we can learn lessons about it.

Aren't these the same masks from Game of Thrones?

So - is "Westworld" like "Arrival" some form of higher consciousness working its way into the public dialog so we can all become higher in our own vibration?  Some form of a tool shop that tinkers with the engrams of the brain so that we're less closed off from each other, or from the earth, so that we can elevate or graduate our conscious selves?  Worth thinking about.

"Stay tuned."


I Shot An Arrow Into The Air

The Arrow  

Longfellow shooting arrow (wiki)

I shot an arrow into the air, 
It fell to earth, I knew not where; 
For, so swiftly it flew, the sight 
Could not follow it in its flight. 

I breathed a song into the air, 
It fell to earth, I knew not where; 
For who has sight so keen and strong, 
That it can follow the flight of song

Long, long afterward, in an oak 
I found the arrow, still unbroke
And the song, from beginning to end, 
I found again in the heart of a friend

This poem came to mind as I was reading the most recent reviews from for "Hacking the Afterlife."

Note: In my text and audio I try to introduce the reader to my world - it's a bit messy, cats meow in the background, there's a cacophony going on - it's not to say that there shouldn't be complete silence, perfect delivery whether playing a recital or reading a book aloud.  But those mistakes, those errors, leave an honesty and raw quality to the work, that while I could edit them out, redo them, fix them, some part of me wants to leave them alone. "It is what it is." It's part of the reason I'm so verbose - to show the surrounding information to this research and to demonstrate I'm not making this stuff up.  I'm not polishing it, because "everything that's raw has beauty" (said Luana Anders in "Flipside").  So I work hard at keeping it raw.  I don't know if anyone will care for it - read it - or appreciate it.  I offer it because I firmly believe that whoever needs to hear it will find it.

Sacred Rain Arrow' by Allan Houser, Santa Fe
Photo Chris Smith/Out of Chicago Flickr

Amazon Customer 

"Awesome Research Material"

Would you consider the audio edition of Hacking the Afterlife to be better than the print version?
Maybe, I listened while reading the words in the Book. and the Material is very interesting and feels very true.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Hacking the Afterlife?
Listening to the chapters on the Message from Planet Earth and the chapter on Issa. Issa's story is one I have always wondered about.

What about Richard Martini’s performance did you like?
I love the pizzazz that Richard adds to his readings of his books.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
It does not need one, because Richard has already supplied it.

Any additional comments?
Richard has topped his Flipside Series with Hacking The Afterlife. My favorite chapters was the chapter that had the message from Planet Earth and the long chapter about Issa. Everything I have read or listened to Richard's Audible Books are truly Awesome Research Material. I will be listening to this audio book several more times. I finished this book last night and started Richard's Flipside Series again this morning for about the 17th time. This material is truly awesome and consciousness awakening. I Love this information and it truly helps one love the people around one's self.

(Thank you. As I'm fond of saying "It's not me telling this story. I'm just a conduit for people who've shared their story with me.  They're not my words; they're theirs.")


I didn't favor the style of narration. Throughout this audio book the narrator would repeat a word which interrupted the flow or rythum of the story, it was very distracting. However, the material of the book was of interest and rated the story 3+ stars.

(Duly noted. But like I say, refunds are good. I was delighted to see that 2 folks had gotten refunds for their Kindle version. It means they actually heeded my advice to get a refund for whatever reason. My style of delivery isn't for everyone, I tend to repeat what I just said. Let me say that again, I do repeat myself.)


"My cup of tea"

I thought it was going to be really hard getting past the obvious flaws in the narration and all the apologies that kept coming from the author about the content of his book. At first, indeed, it was difficult.
And then I just pretended Mr Martini was in front of a classroom reading from his journal. At that point I was able to focus on the content. This will not be a book for everyone and probably will infuriate more than a few. I allowed myself to be consumed by this and as ridiculous as it sounds (looks) I think this was life changing. I finished listening about 2 weeks ago and I still feel that way. I keep thinking about this book and have nestled it into my belief system where it might really do some good. Honestly, I have had some kind of soul-sigh - a release of stress I didn't know I had or didn't realize how big it was to me until this. It answered a lot of questions and raised quite a few. Even if I end up dismissing this as truth, it was a fabulous experience and a fun ride. I cannot say I am a true believer in all that is revealed. I am taking the coward's way out and saying it very well might be true. That's good enough for me right now. 
I recommend this book and have already told a couple of special people about it. Wow
(Thanks. Again, I'm just reporting what people say whether its under hypnosis, whether its through a medium or some other version of consciousness being altered.  I find that if you string those reports together, you get another view of reality.  Of course it's subjective - everyone is different - but it allows us to not stress "over the small stuff" in a big way. "Release of stress" is important, however we find it.)


"Wonderful book!"

If you are drawn to the idea that death of the soul does not exist, that we are all spiritual beings living physical lives on Earth, then I strongly recommend books written by Richard Martini. His wit, humor and research is both captivating and wise. 
Refreshing ideas and noteworthy for inquisitive minds and metaphysical adventurers.
Thank you Richard!

(You're welcome Kris! Thank you.)


"Thank you, Richard."

Would you listen to Hacking the Afterlife again? Why?
I was one of those people who reviewed "Flipside: A Tourist’s Guide on How to Navigate the Afterlife" negatively because of the quality of the audio book and I have to say, I'm sorry. As an author who is also producing his own audio book, I now understand how difficult it is to get the work perfect. It's not easy.

Second, you were correct in stating that the work is more important than worrying about a cat's meow in the background.

I have to say that "Hacking the Afterlife" is pretty great. Keep it up.

Have you listened to any of Richard Martini’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
This is much better than previous book(s).

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
It's all good.

Any additional comments?
Talk a little slower if you can. The words run into each other and the message gets garbled.

(I think this is pretty funny - when I read the audible reviews of "Flipside" one of the comments was "we can hear his cat in the background! C'mon!" To which I replied (in "Hacking") "My style is to include cats in the background..." and it turns out this fellow wrote it and responded. I appreciate it. My point was, the cat could have been saying "why are you talking into a microphone when you could be playing with me?" or "I concur with your assessment of the flipside humanoid." You never know. Ha. Note taken)


"Broadly researched, fun and educational"

This is a series of channelings/past life regressions and findings from research. The presentation is very casual - kind of like a podcast where there is only one person talking - but that's okay. The information is very interesting and covers a lot of territory.

This is well worth the price of an Audible credit if you are interested in reincarnation and enjoy reading books such as those by Michael Newton, Dr. Brian Weiss, the Erik Medhus books, Dolores Cannon, and more.

Lighthearted, yet parts of which are deeply researched, this audio book was informative, very interesting and enlightening."

(Thank you. I appreciate it. And am copying here to show my appreciation.)

Longfellow once the arrow landed. (biography)
You just never know where your arrow might land, so shoot it... don't take aim, just lift your bow into the sky and pray that your arrow finds the right oak. My two cents.

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