Belzebuub's Interviews on OBEs and Dreams


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British born author Mark Pritchard, who writes with his spiritual name Belzebuub, has been exploring spiritual phenomena for over 45 years through personal experience. He had begun searching for spirituality from an early age, having grown up in a home with poltergeist activity and experiencing many psychic and supernatural events. After many years of researching various spiritual practices, he dedicated himself fully to techniques for astral projection and self-discovery, undertaking the process of awakening which he says is referenced in a number of the most ancient sacred texts in the world. Belzebuub authored ground-breaking free courses in self-discovery, out-of-body experiences, and esoteric wisdom. Over 90,000 would take the courses over a 10 year period – the online variations were the most successful of their kind in the world at the time. Practices included astral projection, lucid dreaming, meditation on inner states, concentration and visualization exercises, awareness in the present moment, techniques for increasing consciousness, mantras, and more. The courses formed the basis for several books Belzebuub subsequently released. Belzebuub writes that everyone has the potential to awaken spiritually, to uncover the realities of existence, and explains that spirituality should be a matter of personal experience rather than just belief. His work is practice oriented and contains the exercises he has found most effective for inner change. He writes that people throughout time have used out-of-body experiences to explore higher dimensions, gaining personal spiritual knowledge. Leading physicists agree that such parallel dimensions exist; one in ten people will have at least one out-of-body experience in their lifetime. Belzebuub has appeared in over 70 radio and television programs internationally, including 19 interviews with the BBC and with leading academics on national television discussing the discovery of the controversial ancient text the Gospel of Judas. A number of these interviews have been presented here.

15 episodes available. A new episode about every 2 days averaging 8 mins duration .