The Global Mind and the Rise of Civilization
The first novel idea about the rise of civilization in many decades.
The Global Mind and the Rise of Civilization addresses one of the crucial issues of our time, on which our future may depend: The relationship between consciousness and the Human brain. Let Calleman be your guide on this journey.
The Nine Waves of Creation:
Quantum Physics, Holographic Evolution, and the Destiny of Humanity
The Nine Waves of Creation presents a speculative cosmology supported by recent discoveries that galaxies in the universe are not located randomly, but ordered in a way that radically challenges previous cosmological assumptions. If Calleman’s ideas – which are refreshingly wild, but rationally argued– and even partially correct, today’s assumptions about the nature of evolution will need to be considered.
Quantum Science of Psychedelics:
The Pineal Gland, Multidimensional Reality, and Mayan Cosmology
Carl Johan Calleman has produced nothing less than a potential Copernican Revolution across the sciences with his seventh book, Quantum Science of Psychedelics. Trained in chemistry, Carl has an encyclopedic grasp of the broad spectrum of the sciences. Building upon his previous research and books, he essentially is proposing to replace the flawed neo-Darwinian paradigm of random chance mutations with a much more purposeful transformation of bodies and minds, as well as culture, through the interference patterns of Mayan macrocosmic quantum waves. Rather than producing consciousness, the brain acts as a ‘reducing valve,’ downloading consciousness and allowing for resonance with various quantum waves. Carl Johan Calleman is not some mere armchair scholar but is a true participant-observer into the realms of which he writes. From his research into the significance of the Preferred Axis in Cosmology to the central role of the pineal gland, from his careful analysis of the Mayan calendar system to his participation in ayahuasca ceremonies, Carl must be credited with forging a path into a new (yet very old and forgotten) way of viewing, explaining, and predicting the world. You cannot read this book without expanding your mind!
/Scott Olsen Ph.D.
Author of The Golden Section: Nature’s Greatest Secret
Carl Calleman’s Quantum Science of Psychedelics is his magnum opus. He integrates macrocosmic quantum science with human brain functioning in the pineal gland to reveal a direct route to the organizing principle of the universe, the Tree of Life. He shows how psychedelics are a doorway into all nine dimensions that synchronize us with the highest states of consciousness. Calleman’s entirely new theory of evolution based on macrocosmic quantum science has profound implications for our understanding of altered states. His book is a must-read for students of the Mayan calendar and the quantum and for anyone seeking healing and advanced awareness.
/Barbara Hand Clow, author of The Mayan Code
Calleman challenges conventional scientific thinking about the roles of psychedelics, shamanism, the ego, and rationality in the evolution of human consciousness, offering external mechanisms in the waves of creation described by the Mayan calendar and the sequential buildup of cosmic quantum states. The Mayan waves of creation and the cycles they produce offer a new paradigm that helps us better understand the determinants of past evolution, our present condition, and the factors that structure our relationship to the universe.
/Michael Winkelman, Ph.D.
Author of Shamanism: A Biopsychosocial Paradigm of Consciousness and Healing
Carl Johan Calleman is a brilliant and provocative visionary whose books point to the potentials for our future. His new book, Quantum Science of Psychedelics, provides insight as to how the Ninth Wave is calling to us. He details ways to access and participate in the manifestation of humanity’s future. It’s an important book to read in these turbulent times. We need to know how we can participate in the positive future for us all.
/Patricia Albere, author of Evolutionary Relationships: Unleashing the Power of Mutual Awakening.
Every so often a book is published that produces a fundamental reassessment and reordering of the conventional archaeological paradigm. This new (and vastly important) study by Mayan scholar Carl Johan Calleman is such a book. Combining a wide-ranging exploration of such fascinating subjects as archaeoastronomy, prehistoric mythology, and epigraphy, this book should be on the reading list of anyone interested in the antiquity and fate of human civilization.
/Martin Gray, author of Sacred Earth: Places of Peace and Power