Graham Hancock, on the efficacy of “good and evil”

Listened to this 20-minute video while lying in bed early this morning. Good. Provocative. Haven’t read either of his own books to which he refers. Probably don’t need to. I viscerally “get” both the banality and viciousness of evil, plus the function of duality for free will in this 3D universe that a friend of his calls the “uni-versity.” Exactly! Whenever I’ve just gone through a particularly excruciating exercise in the “wrong use of will,” * I view whatever that experience cost me (in money or other kinds of treasure) as “tuition.”

* For years I wrestled with the difficult and provocative message in the little series of books published in 1984 called “The Right Use of Will“)

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