Reviewing THE DIMENSIONAL ECOLOGY OF THE OMNIVERSE, author Barbara Hand Clow writes, “This is a must-read for anyone who wants to fully engage with many dimensions to end absolutely any fear of abandonment, death, or the future.”
THE DIMENSIONAL ECOLOGY OF THE OMNIVERSE is sure to have a lasting impact on public debate and private searching about the existence of an afterlife, human souls, and God. The book’s author, Canadian-American futurist Alfred Lambremont Webre, writes in the book, “Humanity now is being misinformed about the true nature of the soul, the Interlife, the mechanisms of reincarnation, and ultimately of Source (God). Religions are a large source of erroneous information about these realities. This misinformation is based on texts and ancient religious belief systems that are not scientifically correct and are yet considered sacred, as a matter of faith. Academic science prohibits teaching the reality of life after death, even though empirical evidence supports this hypothesis. Therefore, modern science is also a source of erroneous information about the soul, the Interlife, and Source (God). Cultural and religious conflicts result from the ignorance imposed by religion and an antiquated scientific canon concerning any such spiritual realities. The science of spirit can demonstrate the true nature of the human soul and its spiritual and exopolitical dimensions.
THE DIMENSIONAL ECOLOGY OF THE OMNIVERSE is the result of five years work by Webre, who is a pioneer in frontier science projects. Webre directed the proposed 1977 Carter White House extraterrestrial communication study as a futurist at Stanford Research Institute. Webre’s 2000 book, Exopolitics: A Decade of Contact, founded Exopolitics, the science of relations among intelligent civilizations in the multiverse. Using advanced quantum access technology, the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) time traveled his 2005 book, Exopolitics: Politics, Government, and Law in the Universe, back to 1971, when an unwitting Alfred was examined by a group of approximately 50 CIA and DARPA officials who knew Alfred would be a leading future extraterrestrial and time-travel whistleblower, and would become the developer of the Exopolitics and Dimensional Ecology models of the Omniverse.