Joseph Felser on The Cosmic Internet

The Cosmic Internet is filled with provocative insights, great intelligence, warm humor, and above all, the passionate quest for truth. Much more than a fascinating record of conversations with ‘non-physical friends’ from ‘the other side,’ it stands as an eloquent testimony to the author’s courage in publicly grappling with the central questions of human existence: Who and what am I? What is my life purpose? What is ‘reality’? How can I trust my own inner experience in a culture that denies the value of inwardness? Frank DeMarco must be defined as one of the premier visionary healers of our age. For above all, it is wholeness—health, in the true sense of the term—that is his quest and question.”

— Joseph M. Felser, Ph.D., author of The Way Back to Paradise and The Myth of the Great Ending

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How fleeting, fame! :-)

Andy Warhol once famously said that the way trends were going, our future was that everybody would be famous for 15 minutes. Judging from Amazon sales results, he may have been on to something.

My appearance on the George Noory show produced a gratifying surge of interest in my books, resulting in enough sales — we don’t yet know how many — to drastically reduce my ranking in Amazon’s all-time sales lists. (In Amazon’s inverted system of rankings, the smaller your number the closer you are to being the all-time best seller, and the higher your number, the better your chances that even your mother refused to buy the book, even as something for the dog to chew.) But, as I knew ahead of time, the bounce was just that, a bounce, not a permanent new placement.

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Charles Sides on The Cosmic Internet

“Fifty years from now a new generation will wonder why this was such a ground-breaking book.  They will be astounded that all this information had to be introduced and explained in The Cosmic Internet. As Frank tells us, but actually reminds us, we are the “ringmaster” one time and this book helps us make the most of our experience.

— Charles Sides, author of Motorcycle Enlightenment

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Night Owl Special

This is just a reminder that I will be the featured guest on George Noory’s Coast to Coast AM show:

Eastern ….. 2 a.m. – 5 a.m. Wednesday June 1

Central ….. 1 a.m. – 4 a.m. Wednesday June 1

Mountain ….. midnight  – 3 a.m. Wednesday June 1

Pacific ….. 11 p.m. Tuesday May 31 – 2 a.m. Wednesday June 1

Tune in to see if I can put together a coherent sentence at 2 a.m.

Carla Rueckert-McCarthy on The Cosmic Internet

“In the area of metaphysics there is a ton of material to read that might well have inspirational and informational content for the seeker. But which voices to heed? These days, that’s the quandary. Frank DeMarco’s book, The Cosmic Internet, offers an exceptionally lucid and informative voice. Who are we? Why are we here? What is the nature of healing? What about guidance? All these questions are treated and so many more! This is a contact the seeker will find full of resources. Buy this book!”

–Carla Rueckert-McCarthy, author of The Law of One

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One reality — two ways of seeing it

[It is reassuring to me to see that the material I have been obtaining from the guys upstairs over so long a time remains consistent. It’s one thing to trust the process when reading about Jane Roberts or Edgar Cayce doing it. It’s another thing entirely – which comes laden with anxiety! – to be doing it yourself. A friend is putting together an e-book version of The Sphere and the Hologram, and in looking over his rendition I was struck by these two extracts that were written in 1997 and 1998. Still true, still appropriate to our situation. Everything in The Cosmic Internet was built upon these foundations, it seems to me. ]

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Book number six


Book number six

Author’s copies arrived today — some of them, anyway. So I am officially a father yet again. (That makes a total of one daughter, one son, two novels and four non-fictions.) This one may be the most important yet, and the most accessible.