As the summer’s heat burns the noise of conflict deeper and deeper into our chaotic game a new participant enters with a clear and insightful hand, The Holy Unknown. The final book in the Letters From 500 series is now available through Amazon and you can order it by clicking on the book’s cover, at the bottom of the Order Books page. In the meantime, we will offer excerpts from the book from time to time starting with the “Author’s Note” below.
It has never been more obvious than it is now that we pull into our conscious awareness the great possibilities brought to light by the wisdom of our future selves. This bothersome fly of the moment, that keeps buzzing around our head, is just a speck in the grand scheme of human survival and the next step in human evolution, conscious evolution. Don’t let this flick of time, our time, mark the ‘everything there is and nothing more’. Breathe in the words of The Holy Unknown and bring peace into your eternal soul.
Assist the Transition
Imagine … “You are sitting on a grassy bank beside a stream. Put
your hand in the water and feel it swirling around your fingers. Put
your gaze into the stream and the rippling flow. The flow is moving
from some unknown source toward some unknown destination. Stretch
your feelings out toward the unknown in both directions. Embrace the
totality of this moment and movement; it rests within the center of the
—Orange, Letters from 500, Vol I, p. 4
At last, we are at the end of the seven book series. In the beginning,
as I’ve said before, I really expected the correspondence to end
after one book. Then, later, I thought the third book was the end. Now,
according to all participants, this is manifestly the final ‘last one’. I
promise. Enough is enough!
By the way, this is a continuation of the story in book six, picking
up in midstream from that narrative, as though the two are one together—
so much so that the chapters here continue the numbering
from the previous book.
So, now, what is the upshot of all these Letters from 500 that I’ve
written over the past nine years? What was the intent, and what was
the result? Where does it go from here? A corollary question that
comes to mind is: What is happening in our world today? How have
the books addressed that? Are the perspectives on our time, laid down
in these dialogues, reasonable to consider?
People have asked me if the characters in the stories are real. Is the
story somehow real? Some want to believe the letters truly are from the
future. When I begin to answer such inquiries, I find myself shifting into
a kind of altered state. It’s as if the mere wondering about it sends me
into a new dimension, a very ‘sincere’ place, deep inside. Contemplating
a response demands I assume an openness and respect for all the