Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Final Events At E.P.I.C.:

Extraordinary Phenomena Investigations Council (E.P.I.C.) is a new group founded here in Texas by good friend Ken Cherry. I'll be lecturing for the group (on Final Events) on Sunday, October 17 at the Mustang Park Recreation Center, 2223 Kinwest Pkwy, Irving, Tx 75063. Ken will have copies of the book for sale, for those who may want to obtain a copy.


  1. Nick, I'm 15 chapters into your book and, as always, you tell a fascinating story. I need to ask one question. At the start of the book, the Collins crew seem very interested in having their story told. Yet, later in the book, Manners explains that these entities need to be invited in before they
    can manifest in our consensus reality. Maybe I'm reading this wrong, but it appears that they need our belief.
    Now, having said that, I can't help wondering why the Collins crew seeks publicity since that seems to guarantee that a wider number of people will believe in these entities, thereby allowing them more opportunities to manifest.

    It all seems somewhat self defeating.

    Thanks for your time.

  2. D:

    I think it's more along the lines that they wanted people to be aware of what the Collins Elite believes them to be (Demons), so that they would keep clear of them.

    I think the concern was that belief in them would open the doors if we accepted them. But belief in them combined with an understanding of inviting them into our lives would be a disaster.

    So,I think for the C.E. it was a fine line between educating people and having people understand them to the extent that they would then be fearful of dealing with them, rather than finding the occult fascinating and a big lure etc.

  3. I don't know, I'm not a Bible believer, but it seems that whole Garden of Eden story revolved around God informing man exactly which tree he should avoid.

    If I remember correctly, that ended badly.

    I'm also reading Mark Pilkington's book, which is also quite interesting.

    I'm curious, since the US military has projected that future unrest will most likely originate in the gap between the haves & the have-nots, & since a huge chunk of the US population has found itself thrust into the have not category, do you think this story is intended to manipulate the religious beliefs of Christian America in case things turn ugly?

    Again, thanks for your time & thanks for a damn entertaining read.

  4. D:

    Yeah, I do think part of the agenda of the C.E. today - as you'll see when you get to the end of the book - is indeed to manipulate the population via religion, and to even transform society.