- Title: Kryon: 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, Kryon: The 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!
Have you read any of the Kryon books? What’s your favorite channelled book?