When Peter Smith submitted this book to me, I knew immediately that I’d found a conceptually fascinating story. Celeste is a quantum physicist, and her journey into the depths of her mind and, ultimately, the multiverse is firmly based on quantum physics and the emerging field of quantum consciousness. This, combined with a fascinating story, makes the book a great read for anyone interested in the nature of consciousness and our world from a quantum perspective. The author reveals the relevant theories as the story unfolds, so it’s a great way to learn about this field whilst being entertained. I also like the way the author uses the kind of fallout that might occur from using these theories in a therapeutic setting to create the kind of dramatic tension that keeps the reader reading.
When Celeste Kelly, a brilliant but troubled young physicist from Australia, attempts to find the hidden secrets shared within the many worlds theory, the uncertainty principle and string theory, Bob, a being from another dimension, materialises to expand her research, hoping that she will help steer humanity to a new level of consciousness.
Inspired by their vision, she takes on the challenge, but in order to help build a brighter future for our planet, she must overcome personal tragedy, move far beyond accepted science, and outsmart those who wish to silence her. Her own transcendence may open the door for the rest of humanity to follow – but only if she survives long enough to share her discoveries.
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WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE TRANSCENDENCE OF CELESTE KELLY
“A must read for those searching for their greater purpose in life and open minded enough to make it happen.” – Barry Eaton, broadcaster and author of Afterlife, No Goodbyes and Past Lives Unveiled.
“A wonderful and insightful journey for those who are seeking to understand human consciousness and the nature of reality. A great read, highly recommended.” – Mary Rodwell, founder of ACERN and author of Awakening and The New Human.
“I found this a hard book to put down. If you’re interested in how the universe really works, then so will you.”- Bill Bennett, award-winning filmmaker