➩ [Ebook] ➤ Σελιδες Ημερολογιου By Paul Amadeus Dienach ➵ – Agedanna.info
Sui generis book.This is not a ticket to a roller coaster amusement ride but to a great spiritual journey.It s the diary of a man that apparently went through a lot than a human mind can handle Whether he was hallucinating or not is not the primary concern.This diary will force you into our dark deep future through what is indeed likely to happen However, the final destiny will fill your soul with joy and hope.During this journey you will realize what kind of society we live in nowadays and it will become clear to you what it should be done to, at last, evolve to the species this planet deserves. This book claims to follow a Swiss teacher named Paul Amadeus Dienach in his 360 days in the future In his diary, he took over the body of one Andrew Northam, a resident of the year 3906 This is actually the claim made by Georgio Papachatzis Of the two, Georgio was an actual person, although Dienach I am not so certain.Papachatzis makes the claim that, as a student of Dienach s tutelage teaching the German language in Greece, circa 1920 According to Papachatzis, Dienach left his diary to Papachatzis before his death, explaining only to the student should read them to improve on his understanding of German When Papachatzkis read the diary, he discovered the amazing story of Dienach s experiences in the future, while the latter resided in the body of Andrew Northam Papachatzis purportedly translated the diary, which was actually released in 1922 in as Valley of the Roses.Reading this book, I found the story to feel very much of a work of prose than a diary As for its validity as a presentation of an actual journey to the future, I cannot bring myself to agree that this is likely It may be that there was a man called Paul Amadeus Dienach who went comatose for an extended period, and that he left his diaries to Papachatzis exactly as described, yet there is little here to suggest Dienach actually visited the future Most of the predictions are largely unsurprising to a science fiction writer of the era, containing a feel not too dissimilar to Bellamy s Looking Backward written in the late 19th century As a piece of relatively engaging Radium Age Speculative Fiction, I would recommend it as a good read As a factual account of the future, I would not recommend it at all Without a confirmation from Dienach that the diary entries were anything than a fiction, it s impossible to corroborate Even with that, it s possible Dienach only dreamed he visited the future while in his comatose state, believing the events as having occurred. The definition of enlightenment I was dying to pick up this book what a fascinating subject The idea that someone from the early 20th century entered a future man s body and experienced life while his 1920s self was in a coma is beyond fascinating Whether or not this was simply an extraordinary dream, fantasy or an actual occurrence something I m open to is not proven here or even provable yet But the story shows great credibility for a few reasons descriptions of technology similar to tvs, computers, tablets, Internet, virtual reality and so on This is a fellow who did most of his living during the Belle poque era he would have no idea about this sort of technology the descriptions of the state of society in the late 20th century and early 21st century is completely apt without giving away specifics, his descriptions of the future seem in the realms of possibility.Given that we are reading a diary excerpt, there are times when the entries get a bit repetitive, and that really is my only complaint about the book.I m hopeful that the author s insight into the future is apt It is an inspiring, spiritual and hopeful story It would be a good outcome for mankind. In , Paul Amadeus Dienach, A Swiss Austrian Teacher With Fragile Health, Falls Into A One Year Long Coma During This Time, His Consciousness Slides Into The Future And Enters The Body Of Another Man In AD When Dienach Awakens From His Coma, He Finds Himself Back In Knowing That He Doesn T Have Much Time Left, He Writes A Diary, Recording Whatever He Could Remember From His Amazing Experience The Mankind S History In The Forthcoming Centuries, From The Nightmare Of Overpopulation And World Wars Up Until The World Changing Globalisation, The Radical New Administration System, The Colony On Mars And The Next Human Evolutionary Stage Without Any Close Friends And Relatives To Entrust, He Doesn T Say A Word To Anyone Out Of Fear Of Being Branded A Lunatic Before He Dies, He Hands His Diary To His Favourite Student, George Papachatzis, Later Prominent Professor Of Law And Rector Of Panteion University Of Greece The Diary Circulates As Hidden Knowledge Amongst High Ranking Masons In The Lodges Of Athens In , Professor Papachatzis, Despite An Intense Dispute, Decides To Publish Dienach S Diary In Greek Paul Dienach Was Not An Author, Poet, Or Professional Writer Rather, He Was An Ordinary Man Who Kept A Journal, Never With The Expectation That It Would Be Published This Unique And Controversial Book, A Universal Legacy, Is Now Carefully Edited, Translated And Available To Everyone This Is The History Of Our Future We Deliver It To You Abandoned at 20% I m not the one who can judge his experience, however it s hard to believe people in year 3906 have almost the same hospitals as we do today and still believe in miracles and the hand of God. This book is extremely interesting It has been under intense scrutiny since it s publication, both from believers in time travel and non believers alike Either way, what happened to the person whose journals are translated here are quite a mystery.Paul Amadeus Dienach is a Swiss Austrian teacher who falls into a coma in 1921 It is during this time that his consciousness travels through time to 3906 and enters the body of a man.When Dienach awakens from his coma, he writes down of his experiences 2000 years into the future as he remembers them In fragile health, he does not want to leave the Earth without putting what happened to him down in writing What does the future hold for mankind What technological breakthroughs will happen When you read this, you must keep in mind that it was written in 1921 before many advances that we now have weren t even being thought about, so try to imagine yourself leaving 1921 and awakening in 3906.Since he realizes his time is short, he entrusts his diary to his student George Papachatzis, one of his very favorite students and the only one he trusts with his diaries Papachatzis eventually becomes a Professor of Law and Rector of Panteon University, located in Greece While there, the knowledge contained in the diary is shared with a few select people, including some in The Masons, who consider the book to be holy and one which must be protected from the world at large.However, many years late 1972 , Papachatzis decides to publish the diaries in Greek To say some people were not happy with this would be an understatement Another edition was published in 1979, and then the books basically disappeared without a lot of fanfare.Eventually the book is found, interpreted, and made public, and this is the result of that effort It is not a book to go quickly through or you will miss a lot of important information. This is , without a doubt, one of the strangest books I have EVER read This purports to be non fiction, a true story of a man who someone slipped into our future 2000 years hence It is written in a way that makes you believe this is truly a diary of a non writer I hated the writer of the diary he was always whining, depressed, obsessed But the story is pretty incredible It becomes hard to follow at times, so it is not a pleasant or easy read Don t quite know what to make of it all. I couldn t resist reading a book with this title that details the story of a Swiss Austrian man who in 1921, falls into a one year long coma, during which his consciousness slides into the body of another manin the year 3906 Both the title and the subject matter sounded great, but unfortunately I found this a rather difficult book to get into Firstly, it is actually a diary, so you don t have the smooth flow you would get from a novel or a work of non fiction Secondly I suspect much is lost in the translation This diary was most likely translated into Greek and then later English The end result just doesn t read well Then there are all the new words and concepts from the year 3906 that you re forever opening the glossary in the back of the book At times I found the book quite tedious As for for the subject matter of the book, it s certainly food for thought Could this have been a future life reincarnation Was it our future or an alternate Earth Some of the things he records about the future, certainly seem plausible, e.g A Mars colony in the 24th century Other things leave me doubtful, e.g a nuclear war that devastates most of Europe except Scandinavia and Africa How our world could recover from something like that and go on to build an advanced and unified global culture after that is beyond me. Chronicles From The Future is purported to be the real life diary of Paul Amadeus Dienach, a man who lived in Europe in the early part of the 20th century Dienach suffered from a medical condition which let him in a comatose state for roughly one year During that time, he believes that his consciousness was transferred into a man by the name of Andreas Northampton, in the year of 3906 Upon his return to 1920s Europe, he began to write down all that he experienced during his year in the future We are told that the diary was not written to be published It was purely for personal reasons Dienach supposedly gave the writings to a student in order to practice German It passed through other hands, including being confiscated by the Nazis during WWII.For me, this was a tale of two books The story of Dienach s venture into the future begins with beautiful depictions of how humanity has developed spiritually Dienach wrote in beautiful and flattering language about his experiences I found myself underlining so many inspirational passages, that even though I don t believe in the authenticity of this document, I still found valuable nuggets within its words one s involvement in science is not a professional need that justifies mediocrity for the sake of one making a living Our universal socio political community needs high quality rather than quantity It all comes down to this either you say something actually worth saying or say nothing at all Material superiority is unknown to the contemporary ruling class and so is any type of power over others This thirst of spirit and soul for a godlike destination and proof of our superhuman origins is what makes us idealise and beautify thousands of aspects of our everyday life in this poor earthly environment virtue, forgiveness, friendship, humanism, youth, beauty, justice, happiness, freedom, affection However, the middle portion of the book focuses on the retelling of the course of human history, from Dienach s 20th century up until the present year of 3906 The entire tone of the book changes considerably and, in my opinion, isn t the same voice that had been telling the story up to that point This portion of the book does focus on the negative aspects of history , but the overriding messages of peace, love and joy are absent from this section It feels like a manifesto from a white supremacist group, as it intimates that much of humanity s issues stem from the black and yellow races It goes further to state that, in the year 3906, people of these races are virtually non existent Wars didn t come naturally They were artificially created by their bad and unworthy leaders along with the weapon manufacturers, mainly Asian, he claimed They pushed peoples towards hatred and mutual extermination It is fortunate that our species managed to prevail The risk was fatal Many a time I wondered if what Lain a professor who is teaching history to Dienach said to the children was objective and fair Listening to him you d think that the yellow and black races, which never found vindication in history and which are almost absent nowadays, were solely to blame for everything East Asia was occupied almost exclusively by Slavs, who had come from the north, the descendants of North Americans from the western states and by a medley of Europeans, This was the territorial status quo prevailing in the 23rd century and, in fact, the maintenance of this status quo had been guaranteed at the time mainly by the white race, which was the big winner of the confrontations Even Dienach himself found the disappearance of two races to be a questionable occurrance, writing What happened to the ancient civilisations of Asia, you hypocrites That s what I should ask them On the Reigen Swage a future technology akin to television I saw that only until the mid 24th century of our own chronology were there still some yellow pockets scattered here and therein the vast territory of Asia, which is now inhabited by the French, Anglo Saxons, Slavs and Latinos I also saw that at the same time on the black continent it was tremendously rare for one to encounter any blacks Fate was very cruel to these races and quite ironic as well, because while they had just ceased to be slaves and were emancipated politically in autonomous territories, the brutal attitude of their old colonial oppressor , who had meanwhile panicked by the nightmare of the number, returned to haunt them for another 150 years The earth must have witnessed horrid atrocities of inhumanity after the 21st century, which lasted for hundreds of years Ultimately, the black and yellow races, as well as all other races of Asia, paid the price with the termination of their own history on earth Whether these were the dreams of someone in a comatose state, the manifesto of someone or some groupwhose ideology is built on the premise of a master race, or just the imagination of a sci fi author, is unknown But I think it s clear that Paul Amadeus Dienach did not visit the future This could have been an inspirational vision of what humanity can aspire to, but the fact the it had to be achieved at the expense of diversity spoils the message.