Other books are:
Confessions of a Rebel Angel (2012)
Revolt of the Rebel Angels (2013)
Rebel Angles in Exile (2014)
Wylie is a spiritual author who claims to be in contact with rebel angels, and also claims that allot of what is said in the urantia book is true. and his books are grounded in that cosmology and history of events.
Some interesting tidbits:
*Of the 37 quarantined planets, Earth is one of the most difficult 3
*There is speculation that the rebellion was engineered as a way to inject some novelty in a rigid system
*The existence of earlier nuclear war, Lemuria, and Atlantis
*Caligastia influenced early tribes through his use of the Midwayers
*The Midwayers were removed by Jesus/Michael during his incarnation
*The Lucifer Rebellion was adjudicated in the 1980's and the quarantine lifted
*Earth will be undergoing a big transformation soon
Pretty much some stuff that makes you question everything.
The authors website: http://www.timothywyllie.com
But then again let’s just not sugar coat that his experiences started off in not so of a stillness state:
http://www.jasoncolavito.com/blog/autho ... -his-booksSpecifically, Wyllie claims on his website that he has expertise in “non-human intelligences,” which include dolphins, extraterrestrials, and the Fallen Angels, better known as the Watchers. Wyllie claims that he began to experience contact with non-human intelligences as a result of experimenting with drugs in the 1960s, followed by a near-death experience in the 1970s and telepathic communication with dolphins in the 1980s. According to his press materials, he spent fifteen years in a sleep-deprived state and came out the other side seeing secret messages from interdimensional beings. This culminated, he said, in thirty years of close contact with angels.
A skeptic might reasonably conclude that Wyllie experienced the same types of hallucinations that altered states of consciousness are known to produce under laboratory conditions, but for him these experiences were transformative. He says that during his near death experience he chose to return to the earth to spread the Truth. That truth, conveniently enough, happens to be found in the public domain Urantia Book, a twentieth century spiritual tome whose copyright expired in 1983. The Urantia Book, which Wyllie essentially appropriates, is a science fiction retelling of Christian mythology, with a number of changes. Its version makes Jesus an incarnation of an angelic being, for example, and posits a multiverse. As I understand it, it’s kind of a more Christian version of the cosmology in H. P. Lovecraft’s “Through the Gates of the Silver Key,” itself inspired by Theosophy.