The Neruda Interviews books 1-5
What follows are some of my notes taken while in earnest discussions with Dr. Neruda from the ACIO (Advanced Contact Intelligence Organization) during the last two weeks of December 1997, before he disappeared — at least off my radar screen.
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Dr. Neruda is about six feet tall, perhaps one hundred-seventy pounds, has relatively long black hair, and by all appearances, seems of Peruvian descent or at least from somewhere in South America (though I never asked what specific city or village he grew up in).
I would guess he was about fifty years old with just a few tinges of gray hair. He called me out of the blue one day in mid-December 1997. His opening line to me was something like, “My name is Dr. Neruda, and I have secret information about the future of humankind that proves the existence of time-travel technology.” Being a journalist by profession, it got my attention, though the whole time I spent on the phone with him my skeptical nature was in high gear. I always assume stories of a fantastical nature are false in reality, though the perceiver can think them to be true. And so that’s how I operated with Dr. Neruda. I felt him to be genuine and sincere, but probably misguided or in error. However, he was convincing enough to secure a meeting with me, and so we met a few days later at a coffee shop near my home. He didn’t fit my stereotypical view of a scientist.
He was much more sophisticated and even elegant in his demeanor, and looked as much like an executive of a Fortune 100 company as anything else. His charisma and articulate manner immediately impressed me, and I sensed that he was not a man of mental instability prone to wild claims. He told me that he had no recollection of his mother, and that his father brought him to the ACIO at an early age. A high-ranking member of the ACIO had taken him under his wing, so a considerable portion of his life was involved in one way or another with the ACIO.
His father raised him as a single parent. He had been told that his mother had died from breast cancer shortly after his birth when he was only about two years old. He had attended the best private schools, and additionally had been provided with special tutors, which he later learned were from the ACIO. To live in service of truth, you must first identify the layers of deception that encompass you. This is the equivalent of deprogramming. It is central to the Sovereign Integral process.
Then you can live the words and ideas that arise from this internal field of truth that is inside you and nowhere else. It is completely unaffiliated with anything that is a feature of the Hierarchy. This is because what is truth is singular (sovereign) and universal (integral) at the same time. No organization can contain that. Only you can. - Excerpt from Chamber 8 Philosophy About the Author James Mahu is the anonymous creator of the WingMakers and related websites, a handful of novels, a large collection of philosophical discourses, a dozen papers on spiritual practices, poetry, short stories, visual artwork, and nearly a hundred music compositions.
His works have been translated into nearly twenty languages. In 1998, his first published creation was WingMakers.com, which established James — its creator — as a multidimensional storyteller who was focused on sharing deep, original perspectives to the conversations of spirituality, cosmology, extra-dimensional existence, myth and the importance of the heart in one’s personal mission. James has made no effort to create a visible role for himself in the field, no organization has ever been started and no relationship with any other organization exists.
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