I really appreciate that. Where did you find his books? I think you are on to something there.
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <wayback71@...> wrote : Beautifully put, Curtis. And I agree totally. To me George seems (via internet) a genuinely sincere person and he is responding to entirely"real" perceptions of his. Like most people with hallucinations and other similar brain events, he probably has no way to know what is "real real" and what seems just as real but is only a function of some neurological events over which he has no control. And given the spiritual background and books over the last many years, it can be impossible to tease apart the healthy metaphysical and the wires gone awry.To me a tip off to this is that his ideas from his books sound awfully similar to the ideas from The Movement men he has been communing with. Yes this could happen to any of us. Given the right set of circumstances. He seems like a really smart, good person - and as you said, a hug and some good help and understanding are what is needed.