Israel Regardie



“. . . the brain is considerably more sophisticated than any of us previously had imagined. It is quite possible that it operates in dimensions so beyond the lower neural circuitry that it occasionally “throws us a bone” every day so that we can continue to function in the make-believe world of everyday status quo. In the meantime, it is a multidimensional structure at ease in far more than the narrow primate world we have been programmed to live in. It may interpret waves and frequencies from other dimensions, realms of “light,” of meaningful unrestricted patterned reality—that are here and now—and which transcend our present myopic tunnel realities of our rigid perceptions and conceptualizations of space and time.”

– from Israel Regardie’s Introduction to Robert Anton Wilson’s Prometheus Rising