BOOK REVIEW: “Kryon: The End Times” by Lee Carroll

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Kryon: The End Times (New Information for Personal Peace) by Lee Carroll (Amazon) (Goodreads)
  • TitleKryon: The End Times (New Information for Personal Peace)
  • Author: Lee Carroll
  • Publication: Kryon Writings (Oct. 1993)
  • Pages: 172
  • Series: Kryon Books (#1)
  • Genre: New Age/Metaphysical
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Source: Library
  • Rating: 3/5

Kryon creeped me out a bit. This channeled entity exclaims we “volunteer” to die in a repeatable reincarnation cycle until we finally get our minds in place to carry our true purpose on earth. I’ve read about this afterlife concept before in similar channeled books, but not in such a mildly disturbing tone. It’s like:

Hehe, you are going to die again and again! But that’s okay, you’re immortal. You really like doing this! 😉 -Kryon

Whoa Kryon, calm down.

My uncomfortable vibe with this book eased when I read more chapters explaining the reincarnation cycle and how we can easily break free from it. The rest of the book explains  Kryon’s origins, how audio engineer Lee Carroll became a channeller for Kryon, earth grids, karma, and Jesus Christ (in a highly metaphysical sense). Despite my initial experience with this book, I’m still intrigued to read more books within the Kryon series.

Fun fact: Kryon/Carroll has been invited to speak at the UN. Between 1995 and 1996, the UN’s Society of Enlightenment and Transformation (S.E.A.T) brought Kryon/Carroll in to hear his messages. First of all, I didn’t know such group existed in the UN. Second, why was it made? That’s some research I have to do on the side.

Overall, KryonThe End Times was another stimulating channelled book. Probably the most “out there” for me personally compared to Bashar and Abraham Hicks. However, still decent. I’m reading more Kryon books in the future to see where it leads to. One more thing, Kryon mentions the reason behind Atlantis’ destruction but refuses to reveal it. Ain’t that a bummer!

Atlantis getting jacked up (via Pinterest)

Have you read any of the Kryon books? What’s your favorite channelled book?

Manga Monday #17: “Merman in My Tub” by Itokichi

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Merman in My Tub by Itokichi (Amazon) (Goodreads)

I’m glad I’ve gave Merman in My Tub a second chance. It’s a freaking hilarious manga about a guy who has to deal with a whiny (but cute) merman living in his tub. Too bad this is not a yaoi (guy on guy romance). This manga series would’ve been a great yaoi!

High school student Tatsumi takes Wakasa the merman home after finding him lying out of his natural ocean habitat. Every volume, fresh new characters enter the story whether it be Tatsumi’s friends and family or Wakasa’s ocean pals . With each volume, it’s harder for Tatsumi to keep his bathtub buddy hidden from the public eye.

Merman in My Tub has no serious plot. It’s one of those “everyday life” comedies except this one has mythical ocean creatures in it. There are currently five volumes of Merman in My Tub in the U.S. right now. The sixth volume will come out later in March 2017. For those who cannot wait, there’s the anime (the opening song music is intense)!

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Tatsumi is done with Wakasa’s nonsense (via Amino)

Geez, I thought the first volume was boring. The beginning was slow and  the comedic spots were only “hehe” funny, not “HA HA, crap, I just peed my pants!” funny. After reading the second volume, my view on the series has completely changed. Now, it’s one of my top favorite manga series!

Have you read Merman in My Tub?

Who’s your favorite ocean character? 


BOOK REVIEW: “Bashar: Blueprint For Change”by Darryl Anka

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Bashar: Blueprint for Change – A Message from Our Future by Darryl Anka (Goodreads)
  • Title: Bashar: Blueprint for Change – A Message from Our Future
  • Author: Darryl Anka
  • Publication: New Solutions Publishing (Dec 1, 1990)
  • Genre: New Age/Metaphysical
  • Pages: 302
  • Format: Paperback
  • Source: Purchased
  • Ratings: 5/5

Okay, Bashar: Blueprint for Change was awesome but not $159 awesome!

I had quite a challenge getting this book. My library didn’t have it so I’ve requested it through a special inter-library loan. They couldn’t find another library that owned a copy. So, my last option was to buy it online. It was $40 when I got it last month (Jan. 2017). I don’t know why it skyrocketed to $159 now. Marked on the book cover, it’s a $14 book (but my silly self bought it for higher)! You’ll notice I haven’t placed a link to the Amazon page under the book cover picture above. The sellers are on crack or I have an extremely rare, precious book in my hands.

The story behind Bashar’s profile sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie. He’s an alien/human hybrid speaking from the future through a human being living in this present time.

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Illustration revealing the Essassani are a hybrid race of humans and the Zeta aka the “Greys” (via Consciousness Energy Path 111)

You got that? I’m sure you did.

Bashar is part of a multi-dimensional race called the Essassani. According to Darryl Anka, he and Bashar made a deal in a past life. In this life, Bashar would use Anka’s body as a vessel to speak to anyone willing to hear his message about the future (at least what it is leading to at this very moment).

I know, it all sounds like pure clusterfudge. I gave this book five stars for its insightful messages about following your excitement, reality creation, multi-dimensions, and consciousness.

Bashar’s book is one you have to read with a completely open mind to fully understand its concepts. At first, reading Bashar’s messages written through Anka appear to be quite wacko but it shapes up as you dive deeper into the book. Blueprint for Change is best for those who are into extraterrestrials, channeling, and consciousness ascension. I would like to read another book from Bashar/Anka but not from Amazon with their crazytown prices! More than likely I’ll find another Bashar book in some random indie or new age bookstore (heck yeah).

For now, I’ll just watch his Youtube videos. Here are a few:


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Darryl Anka speaking to Lilou Mace (via Youtube)

Have you read Bashar: Blueprint for Change?

Do you think channeling is real or a complete hoax?



Book Haul: February 2017

February is going to be an excellent reading month!  Here are a few I’ve picked up:

Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston (Amazon) (Goodreads)

A great book to read from an African-American writer in honor of Black History Month. I’ve been wanting to read Their Eyes Were Watching God for a while but, of course, I got distracted.Thankfully, my local book club selected this book as the book of the month.  It’s about a black woman’s life and development exploring herself, love, and independence.

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How The Secret Changed My Life by Rhonda Byrne (Amazon) (Goodreads)

Rhonda Byrne’s latest book in The Secret series is a compilation of true, inspirational Law of Attraction stories from people all over the world. If you can’t get enough of The Secret, thank Byrne for continuing to create the magic with this one to sate your reading pleasure.

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Ask and It Is Given by Esther & Jerry Hicks (Amazon) (Goodreads)

Life is about feeling good, right? Sure, there are a couple of bumps along the road but Abraham can show you how to get over them smoothly. Abraham is a non-physical entity who channels through writer Esther Hicks. In this book, Abraham (through Esther) reveals the laws you can easily follow to make your life super awesome!

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Entwined by Colette Gale (Amazon) (Goodreads)

Okay, Colette Gale is one of the hottest erotica writers I know hands down! I love how she blends sexiness with some of the world’s most well-known literary classics. First, I’ve read Gale’s Unmasqued, her sexy version of The Phanton of the Opera, way back around 2007/2008. Shortly after, I read Bound by Honor (sexy Robin Hood) and Master (sexy Count of Monte Cristo).

No more books from Gale for a while after Bound by Honor.

I was going through withdrawal.

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Me in withdrawal   (via Tumblr)

Finally in 2013, Gale released Entwined, a novella featuring Jane from Tarzan. It came out exclusively on e-book first and I was full of disappointment. I prefer physical books in my hands! Fortunately, my wish for a physical copy came out later within the same year, but I didn’t pick it up until 2017!

Ah, it’s great to have a hot read just in time for Valentine’s Day. It’s better than being one of those angry V-Day people who are all like:

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via Glamour

Stop whining and start reading lol.

By the way, Colette Gale is the pseudonym name for Colleen Gleason.

What are you reading  this month?


1,000 Manga Volumes Update: January 2017

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via Anime Amino

January was an awesome month catching up with the latest Fairy Tail and Attack on Titan! 

You can check out the latest I’ve read in January here. Only a few more volumes to read and my 1,000 manga volume reading journey is complete! 😉

New Manga

  1. Fairy Tail Blue Mistral by Hiro Mashima

Updated Manga

  1. Attack on Titan by Hajime Isayama
  2. Fairy Tail by Hiro Mashima
  3. Merman in my Tub by Itokichi
  4. Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-Kun by Izumi Tsubaki
  5. One Punch Man by ONE

Read any great manga series recently? 

BOOK REVIEW: “Frequency” by Penney Peirce

Frequency: The Power of Personal Vibration (Amazon) (Goodreads)

Penney Peirce concludes reality is based on our frequency. Life absolutely sucks when we’re on low frequency. Everything you don’t want happens: your car breaks down in a middle of heavy traffic, your trusted lover breaks up with you for your best friend, and so on. On high frequency, life’s awesome! Everything’s like heaven on earth when you’re at this level.

The key to detecting our current frequency is our feelings. It may sound corny, but to Peirce, it’s the main factor.

Frequency is a definite “must read” for Law of Attraction fans! The book provides tips and exercises to get in touch with your “feel good” frequency. The book has a few overdrawn chapters but acceptable none the less. After reading this book, you’ll realize you have more power to your reality than what you’re taught.

Have you read this book? 

Any LoA (Law of Attraction) related books you recommend?