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John Kelly s part-diary, part-dialogue with the higher aspects of himself and other beings in energy and spirit form is an intriguing story of a man confronting his demons and the problems that plague anyone who thinks and explores the purpose of his life. An intensely personal, honest admission of faults and failures, So, You Mean, This Is Not The Real World? is at first a touching tale of a human being once lost but slowly finding his way back to his life s path. At a broader level, the book you hold in your hands is an exploration of life itself and an attempt to answer those fundamental questions: Why are we here? Are we alone? Who are we, really? Kelly found out the answers to these questions the hard way and presents in this book his struggle to give his life meaning.
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Born the second-eldest in a family of seven John Kelly has had very unusual experiences from a young age. As a result of these experiences and indeed the many others that followed on a fairly regular basis, he eventually went off and got himself checked out both on a medical and psychological level at the age of forty. He did this because at that time he had started writing and was channelling some pretty amazing stuff which at first came from different aspects of himself and later on from discarnate energies outside of himself. After an initial session with two psychiatrists he was declared psychotic. Having willingly undergone a barrage of tests, which included electrodes, ECG, brain tests, etc, he was found to be medically and psychologically fine. Looking back over his previous writings he discovered that he had actually written about this episode three months earlier on in his Life. Looking back now, he knows that he was born a clairsentient with a very thin veil between him and the many other dimensions he was experiencing. As a child he had always thought that everyone was like him and all of us had the same gifts. Eventually after a confrontation with his Mother (at a fairly young age) he tried to shut it down. However, this did not last long. Over the course of 38 years (from the age of four to 42) he experienced a host of aliens and indeed many other beings from a wide variety of dimensions. Having always had a great interest in spirituality, he was continually asking questions. Nevertheless, having a very analytical nature he was continually questioning both his own experiences and the information he was given. He always promised himself that he would start writing as soon as his business was successful. He would then take more time, as he knew the information was significant and would help people. To cut a long story short, he did not have a clear choice when it came down to the business versus the writing. It could be classed as the wishes of his soul
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