The Way of the Explorer: An Apollo Astronaut's Journey
  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • The Way of the Explorer: An Apollo Astronaut's Journey Through the Material and Mystical Worlds
  • Edgar D. Mitchell
  • English
  • 02 July 2019
  • 0399141618

The Way of the Explorer: An Apollo Astronaut's Journey Through the Material and Mystical Worlds✺ [BOOKS] ✮ The Way of the Explorer: An Apollo Astronaut's Journey Through the Material and Mystical Worlds By Edgar D. Mitchell ❄ – Essayreview.co.uk Edgar Mitchell, who, along with Alan Shepard, walked on the lunar surface in , traces the progress of two remarkable journeys his life changing space flight and his exploration of the ineffable myster Edgar Mitchell, who, along of the PDF/EPUB ë with Alan Shepard, walked on the lunar surface in , traces the progress of two remarkable journeys his life changing space flight and his exploration of the ineffable mystery of consciousness and being Everyone has talked about science and religion but Mitchell has really dug into the main paradoxical issues and comes up with a resolving The Way Kindle - viewpoint Harold E Puthoff, PhD.


About the Author: Edgar D. Mitchell

Captain Edgar Dean Ed of the PDF/EPUB ë Mitchell, ScD is a former US Naval officer, aeronautical engineer, and NASA astronaut, having served as the Lunar Module Pilot of the Apollo mission and the th man to walk on the moon He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in by Richard NixonHe is the founder of the Institute of Noetic The Way Kindle - Sciences IONS for the purpose of consciousness research and related phenomena His experience as an astronaut provided some of the inspiration for the phenomenon labeled the Overview effect by Frank White.


10 thoughts on “The Way of the Explorer: An Apollo Astronaut's Journey Through the Material and Mystical Worlds

  1. says:

    Very well written, too well at times when so, one may have to consult their dic write the definition in the book I had to do this so I can read it smoother Goes into the Very Interesting category Quite frankly, if extraterrestrial life tickles your fancy, then this is a step above Yep, a step above Maderemarkable by the fact that he was the 6th man on the moon and devoted his life to merging archaic theology with cutting edge science a year after setting foot on the moon The au Very well written, too well at times when so, one may have to consult their dic write the definition in the book I had to do this so I can read it smoother Goes into the Very Interesting category Quite frankly, if extraterrestrial life tickles your fancy, then this is a step above Yep, a step above Maderemarkable by the fact that he was the 6th man on the moon and devoted his life to merging archaic theology with cutting edge science a year after setting foot on the moon The author is either in the top 5% of scientists, or is in the top 5% of Americanised jerks Personally, I d have to say he s in the to 5% of scientists The book does not suit people who have patience issues It is very likely best read word for word, and it will not suit speed reading as it is contemplating book with many concepts intertwined in single pages at least in the last quarter of the book It describes events that are not looked at kindly by any indoctrinated mind Don t read it if your not open mindedyou just won t get what he s trying to say He explains very complicated theories to the unscientific person well For it s genre, it is a 5 star book for the contemplative technical mind It is probably around a 3 star book for others.This book will be remembered in 50 100 years as it is a pioneering book Such books, often, go unnoticed till years after the authors have passed away

  2. says:

    While the non traditional science jargon was challenging to understand at first, it did have several interesting sections However, I enjoyed the autobiographical elements of the bookthan the Noetic Science parts Even though I found some of Dr Mitchell s scientific theories to be a little far out for my tastes, I nonetheless respect him for being willing to stake his reputation on such theories.

  3. says:

    I am only about half way through this book, which means I have only read the part of this biography that deals with his development from birth through walking on the moon.The second part of this book covers his mystical journey through consciousness and atheism and if it is anything like the first part of the book, this is going on my top 15 list

  4. says:

    What a brilliant book Edgar Mitchells life as a moon walking astronaut is quite secondary to the work and possible conclusions he has written about in this synthesis of science and spirituality He has taken a muchholistic approach to the whole concept of life, the universe, conciousness, the self etc and made it all compatible from both the scientific objective and the subjective conciousness aspects.

  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here After leaving NASA, he founded IONS to explore the profound metanoia savikalpa samadhi in Sanskrit he experienced during his years as a test pilot, on the Apollo 14 moonwalk near the rim of Cone Crater and while travelling in space.

  6. says:

    Interesting thoughts of an interesting man.

  7. says:

    The ideas presented in this book are fascinating to me It s sending me back to reread Biocentrism and purchase a copy of Beyond Biocentrism.

  8. says:

    Super boring It s too much about psychic stuff and not enough about space I thought this book was a waste of time I didn t finish reading it.

  9. says:

    Interesting all the way through

  10. says:

    I have become very interested in the spiritual and mystical worlds as of late I was already familiar with Dr Mitchell and the Institute of Noetic Sciences, having read about IONS in Dan Brown s The Lost Symbol and writing both Dr Mitchell and the institute into my own fiction This short book is a challenge for even those like myself who have read about or studied quantum physics, quantum holography, mind body matter symmetry and other challenging topics, but Dr Mitchell does a good job of k I have become very interested in the spiritual and mystical worlds as of late I was already familiar with Dr Mitchell and the Institute of Noetic Sciences, having read about IONS in Dan Brown s The Lost Symbol and writing both Dr Mitchell and the institute into my own fiction This short book is a challenge for even those like myself who have read about or studied quantum physics, quantum holography, mind body matter symmetry and other challenging topics, but Dr Mitchell does a good job of keeping the topics as simple to comprehend as possible I enjoyed reading about his opinions of evolution, psychokinesis, telekinesis, ESP and even the future of humankind and our role in the living universe Mix all the technical topics in with his description of his journey to and from the moon, as well as his experiences before, during and after this amazing journey, and this is one fascinating tale to dig into

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