anything from Science, Esoteric, Trance
A.H. was born in 1894 in Great Britain and studied in Oxfort. After getting experienced in Buddhism and the political changes in Europe he developed from a smiling satirist to a convinced reformer who tried to change the world trough a universal mystic religion.
His roman "Brave new World" is the futuristic story of 'the year 632 after Henry Ford', which acts in a society whose children are made and educated by robots, cloned for hugh castes, the Alphas, Betas ...down to Epsilons. It shows the perfect affluent society without cruel, war & sickness, but without art, religion & humanity too. Each kind of individualism is condemned as antisocial and wild. Ok, enough of descriptions, read it and it will give you the creeps!
Other books of A.H. are "The doors of perception" discussing his experiences with Mescalin and 'Heaven & Hell'.
Reading James Redfield's "Prophecies of Celestine" and the "The 10th Prophecy of Celestine" was very special in certain ways. First of all, unlike most other "spiritual" books, these books are written as adventures, so to say they are very easy to read. Behind the adventure Redfield fills in a lot of spiritual thoughs, about the meaning of life, about coincidence and divine providence, about the psychology between children and parents, and last but not least where the evolution of man may lead us.
From my point of view, these thoughts are a great compilation of the essence of religion, philospohical thoughts and some of the scinetific findings of the past century. Reviewing my life in Celestine's way, it does make a lot of sense.