Sapiens Rising to Cosmic Citizenship: The Script for a Stellar Species Performance.
As a philosopher, futurist, futant, contactee and generic human, Neil says: We are already into a profound transmutation which will characterize this 21st as our species Century of Transformation. We are being invited into stellar society and have the keys to integrate our past and present as the new humans and meet the conditions for acceptance. Let us reclaim our planetary identity and dignity, our part-alien cosmic credentials, and prepare to matriculate into the heavens, into stellar society as, finally, Sapiens Sapiens, the truly doubly wise. There are dangers but let us face them together. I stand to speak for all of us, a young but wise species, to urge us all to make it so for our children.
Books by Neil Freer:
Breaking the Godspell: The Politics of Our Evolution. Freer explores the archaeological, astronomical and genetic evidence for our being a half-alien, genetically engineered species. He presents the mind-boggling ramifications of this new paradigm which correct and resolve the Creationist-Evolutionary conflict, afford a generic definition of human nature, and the potential to rethink the planet. We are about to step out of racial adolescence into stellar society. Zecharia Sitchin writes, “It is gratifying that a mere decade after the publication of my work, an author with the grasp that Neil Freer displays in Breaking the Godspell has set out to probe what the recognition of the existence and Earth-visits of the Nefilim can mean — not just to scientists and theologians — but to each human being upon this planet Earth.”
God Games: What Do You Do Forever? “Then came Neil Freer (who) undertook a different kind of mind-boggling task. If all that I had concluded was true, he said, what does it all mean not to the human race and the planet in general — what does it mean to the individuals, to each one of us? He titles his new book God Games. But, if all the above is the Truth, it is not a game.” Zecharia Sitchin (From the Introduction). This new book by Neil Freer, author of Breaking the Godspell, outlines the human evolutionary scenario far into the future. We are a genetically-engineered race with a dual racial heritage. Our half-Terran, half-alien genes place us on an accelerated, unique evolutionary path, already eagerly emerging from racial adolescence. Freer describes what’s in store for us as this dawning genetic enlightenment reveals the new human and the racial maturity of a new planetary civilization on the horizon. We all can contribute to our racial future as we evolve from a slave species to far beyond what we could previously even imagine. The godspell broken, we new humans will create our own realities and play our own “god games.” Once we understand our true genetic history we will eventually move beyond the gods, religion, linear consciousness and even death. The subtitle, What Do You Do Forever?, inspires us to contemplate how things like four-dimensional consciousness, the realization of a Law of Everything and the option of immortality will enable the new human to determine his own evolutionary path. It is quite possible that great thinkers in the future will look back on this book, in particular, as being the one which opened the door to our full evolutionary potential and a new paradigm. Neil Freer is a brilliant philosopher focused on the freedom of the individual and what it means to be truly human. This book will make you think in new and different ways. Accept the challenge of God Games and you will be greatly rewarded. Of Heaven and Earth: Essays Presented at the First Sitchin Studies Day. Contributing author. Contains information on Sitchin’s theories about the origins of mankind and the intervention of intelligence from beyond the earth in ancient times. He and other contributors offer a scholarly approach to the ancient astronaut theory. Chapters by Zecharia Sitchin, Neil Freer, J. Antonio Huneeus, Father Charles Moore, V. Susan Ferguson, and two university professors, Madeleine Briskin and Marlene Evans. Were certain myths actual events instead of figments of imagination? They all agree on this, and that Sitchin’s work is the early part of a new paradigm – one that is beginning to shake the very foundations of religion, archaeology and our society in general.