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The pedagogy is not unlike Edwin A. Abbott's "Flatland", where seemingly enormous concepts are boiled down to their mere essence, and metaphors are fresh and immediate.

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It's not often that I have to put a book down and gaze into the beyond in order to absorb what I just read. This book cemented various ideas that I understood in abstract ways, aiding my comprehension by vividly exposing what is sometimes hard to grasp with the common overly logic approach.

Staume himself seems to be slightly ghostly - not much is found online about him. Who is he? How did he gain access to all this knowledge? Despite this, and rather unusually for me, I never doubted what I was reading, as it felt legitimate and "true". That is, the info he shares expanded my knowledge and advanced me in this ever-growing evolutionary trip we are immersed in.

A very though-provoking book to say the least. May 23, Jean-Pierre Vidrine rated it it was ok. I confess that the reason I bought this book is because its title reminded me of that book in the movie Beetlejuice that was so helpful to Gina Davis and Alec Baldwin. First: the good. The author actually does begin the book addressing the reader as though he were actually writing for a dead person. This is nice quirky touch that adds to the humor of the book. Now: the rest. The obvious problem with this book is the question of, presuming David Staume was alive when he wrote the thing, how could I confess that the reason I bought this book is because its title reminded me of that book in the movie Beetlejuice that was so helpful to Gina Davis and Alec Baldwin.

The obvious problem with this book is the question of, presuming David Staume was alive when he wrote the thing, how could he possibly tell us about the hereafter? There really is no explanation given. Forgiving that and moving on, more problems creep up. I am not sure if Staume's declaration about the Astral Bureau of Statistics was a joke or a serious statement of what he believes is fact.

Though he does state earlier in the book that the reader should keep a sense of humor, the statement about a bureaucracy in the afterlife seemed to be made in all seriousness. More problems arise as Staume piles metaphors upon metaphors to describe things. Metaphors or fine things and are often necessary, but using five of them at once to describe one situation is just weird and confusing. The last chapter and the "extroduction" of the book are just plain incomprehensible and confounding. This will not be a serious addition to my spiritual library, but rather a novelty on the shelf.

Aug 15, SugarNViolence rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , must-reads.

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My gosh this book is hilarious and extraordinary at the very same time. I can't believe I didn't take the hint with the Betelgeuse movie and Google the book title sooner! I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading it again in the future. I agree with many things that David Staume explains so very explicitly.

I can't really do this book justice, please, read the first few pages and decide for yourself!! Mar 24, Georgia Butler rated it it was amazing Shelves: metaphysical. I loved this book! Reading it will make you want to be a better person--not from fear of fire and brimstone but because, according to Staume, we'll get exactly what we deserve, no more, no less, which is an exhilarating idea! I've read many different religious philosophies but have never found such a refreshing and often humorous take on the after life. It's a short book, easy to read.

Do yourself a favor and get a copy. Mar 14, Andrew Porteus rated it did not like it Shelves: non-fiction. Very disappointing - I was expecting something along the nature of Beetlejuice, due to a review I'd read, and instead it turned out to be an exploration of the afterlife in astral projection, karmic and transmodification terms. Oh, well, off to the next book!

Aug 16, Heather rated it it was amazing Shelves: to-re-read , favorites. Dec 06, David rated it liked it Recommends it for: Anyone. A fascinating and deliberately humorous Theosophical travel guide to the physical, astral and further realms. Whether you accept some, all or none of its premises, this makes for an engaging read. Mar 02, Autumn rated it liked it.

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Frank rated it it was amazing Apr 15, Cinged rated it it was ok Mar 09, Beverly rated it it was amazing Jul 23, Feb 15, Nichelle rated it really liked it. Loved it! The pedagogy is not unlike Edwin A. Abbott's "Flatland", where seemingly enormous concepts are boiled down to their mere essence, and metaphors are fresh and immediate. It's not often that I have to put a book down and gaze into the beyond in order to absorb what I just read.

This book cemented various ideas that I understood in abstract ways, aiding my comprehension by vividly exposing what is sometimes hard to grasp with the common overly logic approach. Staume himself seems to be slightly ghostly - not much is found online about him. Who is he? How did he gain access to all this knowledge? Despite this, and rather unusually for me, I never doubted what I was reading, as it felt legitimate and "true". That is, the info he shares expanded my knowledge and advanced me in this ever-growing evolutionary trip we are immersed in. A very though-provoking book to say the least.

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May 23, Jean-Pierre Vidrine rated it it was ok. I confess that the reason I bought this book is because its title reminded me of that book in the movie Beetlejuice that was so helpful to Gina Davis and Alec Baldwin. First: the good. The author actually does begin the book addressing the reader as though he were actually writing for a dead person. This is nice quirky touch that adds to the humor of the book. Now: the rest. The obvious problem with this book is the question of, presuming David Staume was alive when he wrote the thing, how could I confess that the reason I bought this book is because its title reminded me of that book in the movie Beetlejuice that was so helpful to Gina Davis and Alec Baldwin.

The obvious problem with this book is the question of, presuming David Staume was alive when he wrote the thing, how could he possibly tell us about the hereafter? There really is no explanation given. Forgiving that and moving on, more problems creep up. I am not sure if Staume's declaration about the Astral Bureau of Statistics was a joke or a serious statement of what he believes is fact.

Though he does state earlier in the book that the reader should keep a sense of humor, the statement about a bureaucracy in the afterlife seemed to be made in all seriousness. More problems arise as Staume piles metaphors upon metaphors to describe things. Metaphors or fine things and are often necessary, but using five of them at once to describe one situation is just weird and confusing. The last chapter and the "extroduction" of the book are just plain incomprehensible and confounding.

This will not be a serious addition to my spiritual library, but rather a novelty on the shelf. Aug 15, SugarNViolence rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , must-reads. My gosh this book is hilarious and extraordinary at the very same time. I can't believe I didn't take the hint with the Betelgeuse movie and Google the book title sooner!

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading it again in the future. I agree with many things that David Staume explains so very explicitly. I can't really do this book justice, please, read the first few pages and decide for yourself!! Mar 24, Georgia Butler rated it it was amazing Shelves: metaphysical.

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Reading it will make you want to be a better person--not from fear of fire and brimstone but because, according to Staume, we'll get exactly what we deserve, no more, no less, which is an exhilarating idea! I've read many different religious philosophies but have never found such a refreshing and often humorous take on the after life. It's a short book, easy to read.

Do yourself a favor and get a copy. Mar 14, Andrew Porteus rated it did not like it Shelves: non-fiction. Very disappointing - I was expecting something along the nature of Beetlejuice, due to a review I'd read, and instead it turned out to be an exploration of the afterlife in astral projection, karmic and transmodification terms.

Oh, well, off to the next book! Aug 16, Heather rated it it was amazing Shelves: to-re-read , favorites.

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Dec 06, David rated it liked it Recommends it for: Anyone. A fascinating and deliberately humorous Theosophical travel guide to the physical, astral and further realms. Whether you accept some, all or none of its premises, this makes for an engaging read. Mar 02, Autumn rated it liked it. Frank rated it it was amazing Apr 15, Cinged rated it it was ok Mar 09, Beverly rated it it was amazing Jul 23, Feb 15, Nichelle rated it really liked it.

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