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The Book



1."The Beginning of Everything"
2. "What Is Reality?"
3.“The Darker Side of Museums”
4. “Who Are You? ”
5. "How to Have Visions"
6. "Exploring the Museum"
7. “Lost in the Museum”
8. "Escape from the Museum"
9. "Revealing the Museum I "
10. "Revealing the Museum II "




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Guide to Lost Wonder
Limited Collector's Edition
Collect the monographs that spawned the book. This is the complete 10-issue set, originally published in series. Printed on luxurious vellum and hand assembled by the author. The first issue is signed and the set comes distinctively packaged with an insert on the history of esoteric pamphleteering. They make great coloring books, and with the DIY models, provide hours and hours of mindful fun.

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No.1: “The Beginning of Everything.
The Guide is known for tackling life's big questions, and starts off with a doozie—“Where do we come from?” Learn about creation myths from around the world and cut out and build a do-it-yourself model of the universe.

No.2: “What Is Reality?”
What is reality, indeed? Plato thought it was an illusory picture show. Other scientists think its a combo of genes, memes, and scenes. Experiment with your free will and sense of self and find out! Includes a do-it-yourself theatre of the mind.

No.3: “The Darker Side of Museums.”
Museums began as shrines to the nine beautiful muses, whose cosmic inspiration is behind all great works of art. Somewhere along the line museums became curiosity cabinets for the world's greatest eccentrics. What happened? Includes a do-it-yourself model “muse-a-um.


No.4: “Who Are You?”
Are you your horoscope? Are you a combination of the four humors? Ponder your self and think about what you do to define who you are. Includes a do-it-yourself scrying mandala (with pendulum) based on the Tibetan Wheel of Life.



No.5: “How to Have Visions.”
This Guide explores the history of visions, from Sir Isaac Newton poking his eye with a knife to Tony Conrad's “Flicker Film” of the 1960s. Includes several E-Z experiments to induce hallucinations and a breath-powered do-it-yourself hypnotrope!