The True Story of how a Seeker Resolves his Karma
From Ancient Atlantis to the Present-day
Having misused women, power and the life-energy of his followers, the Seeker must overcome his demons – not figuratively but literally – in the astral, etheric and physical dimensions of reality. But in order to face them, he must first cross the threshold to the spiritual world...
Transforming Demons takes us on an astonishing journey – from contemporary Norway to Ancient Atlantis, to Ireland and India – where we encounter leprechauns, dragons, evil spirits, hallucinogenic drugs, and a mysterious golden cross with a red ruby at its heart.
With hubris, arrogance and deceit, the Seeker has abused his magical powers in previous existences. If he is finally to resolve his knotted karma, he must first confront his misdeeds, and the demons that were created as a result. Then he must learn to transform those demons in order to free them – and him – from the weight of his past.
This is a remarkable true memoir that crosses lifetimes, thousands of years and manifold dimensions. It is an authentic story of transformation and redemption on the path to self-knowledge, freedom and love.
ARE THORESEN was born in Norway in 1952. A doctor of veterinary medicine, he has also studied anthroposophic medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture, osteopathy and agriculture. Since 1981 he has run a private holistic practice in Sandefjord, Norway, for the healing of small animals and horses, as well as people. He has lectured widely, specializing in veterinary acupuncture, and has published dozens of scholarly articles. In 1984 he started to treat cancer patients, both human and animals, and this work has been the focus of much of his recent research.
He is the author of Demons and Healing (2018), Experiences from the Threshold and Beyond (2019) and Spiritual Translocation (2020, all Temple Lodge), The Lucifer Deception (Clairview 2020) and several other books on complementary medicine published in various languages.
Published in the UK by Clairview Books, 17 May 2021
£14.99; 142pp; 23.5 x 15.5 cm; paperback; ISBN 9781912992263