For an era flooded with icons of almond-eyed aliens, stock angels, and computer-generated Martians, as well as the disappointingly pious sermons of Pleiadians and Sirians, Monica Szu-Whitney and Gary Whitney have opened a window into the actual vastness of the universe. Through the admittedly imperfect tools of our minds and 'imaginality' they have glimpsed the inhabitants of that domain known as hyperspace, subspace, or the astral realm; and they have presented us with their remarkable portraits and words. The beings in this book live far from us in actual time-space and are hard to see, but their destinies and ours are intertwined, and they bear critical messages for all inhabitants of the Earth.
"I believe that they have made a charming and interesting effort to bring into the life of consciousness and collective discourse some of the denizens of that infinite domain that we call, without knowing what the words mean, the Human Imagination." —Terence McKenna, author of The Archaic Revival, True Hallucinations, and Food of the Gods
"In a society obsessed with outer space, Monica Szu-Whitney has begun to penetrate the nonordinary levels of inner space, a vast, largely unexplored region that traditional peoples often call the spirit world. Her illustrated fieldwork will be of great interest to contemporary students of shamanism and shamanic journeying." —Hank Wesselman, Ph.D., author of Spiritwalker: Messages from the Future and Medicinemaker: Mystic Encounters on the Shaman's Path