Anyone interested in being surprised, having a rude awakening, and being shocked that causes them to see things in a different way will find this creative work stimulating.
B. G. Webb refers to himself as a guru who lights gas lamplights in old London. Instead of drugs, the author presents an essay, a poem, a drawing, a photo, a piece of music after another to light up the reader’s mind to consider a different way to look at the mysteries of life.
This exciting and, perhaps to some, a disturbing work is dedicated to the doubters of mankind such as Marie Currie, Albert Einstein, Rachel Carson, Pearl Buck, Stephen Hawking, Carl Jung, and all the others.
So if you feel you are brave enough, buy this book and go from street to street on a psychedelic trip into the unknown—into the mysteries of life—and hopefully, gain new insights. As you do, you will hear the music of India, the chants and sounds coming from holy men, and beautiful women dancing in unison to the rhythms of drums, zitars and tambourines. Om, om, om.