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"In a world gone mad, but not in a good way, I retain my sanity, by writing some poetray."

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You are invited to enjoy once-in-a-lifetime first-person accounts of paranormal, occult and pan-dimensional encounters and artifacts from the real life experiences of Terry L. Lattimer.

Enriched by the ambient history from the era in which they occurred; these experiences are additionally unique in the fact that they are archived by someone whose life coincided with every historical, political, cultural and technological milestone event during the peak times of historic novelty; 1951 to the present.

So, in the spirit of the Quickening let’s move straight to the inevitable question, “Even if these experiences are true, how could one person have had so many?”

There are many factors that contribute toward the numerous paranormal and occult experiences that I have had throughout my life, but primarily I attribute it to the Heuristic Exponential Attractibility Ratio Theory (HEART) which states: “Once one’s deep passion, interest and commitment to any subject develops; the more that subject reveals itself to that person.  This mutual reciprocal awareness, appreciation and attraction develop exponentially until eventually the two worlds meet.”

You are living proof of this theory by the fact that you are reading this right now. Your interests somehow “attracted” you here.

It’s not a hard concept to comprehend when you consider that in actuality, everything around you right now, including yourself, exists of like molecules which were attracted to each other.

I have been living and experiencing the effects of this theory, unknowingly at first, throughout my whole life.

Still, “ could one person have had so many experiences?” The key phrase is “one person”.  One who has had for his entire life, an innate inquisitive nature and a love and open willingness bordering on obsession to connect with that which is unknown, alien, foreign or other than human.  This path also brought out, nurtured and developed my shamanic abilities which even when I was unaware of them, kept my over-mind in control when dealing with the unknown.

As a child I had deep empathy, respect and wonder for not only all living species, but for inanimate objects as well.  There was a period during my late teens when I was provided extreme humor by the mental interaction with inanimate objects.

A lifetime of living and communicating with animals was and is absolutely essential. The reciprocal knowledge and understanding one acquires through intimate richly-rewarding relationships with the Animal Kingdom, the noble inhabitants of this planet, contributes greatly to, and prepares one for a deeper symbiotic pre-relationship with “unknown” species, life-forms or concepts.

With each P.O.P. experience greater awareness was achieved, a certain amount of “bullet-proofing” to my psychic-armor was gained and the shaman was able to tread unknown ground with better footing and understanding.  These benefits accumulated and became accessible to call on when needed.

Just as the Quickening is hustling us all along exponentially at this very moment; so have my experiences increased over the past decade.

So, “ could one person have had so many experiences?” Under these circumstances a better question is, “How could one person have not?”


In The Future,



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Pasadena, CA US

TLL has achieved full-living throughout the surreal peaceful boredom of the '50s; the enlightened, fun in the sun, sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll of the '60s; the transitional "Let's have fun while we can" repercussive '70s, the family-friendly atmosphere of the prosperous but more serious '80s, the financial and emotional fall-out from bankruptcy, foreclosure and loss of career in the back-lash '90s, the resurrection and success of coming back from the dead in the early '000s and the prospects of a magical future.

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