We Be BoBo: Channelings from a 7th Density Group Consciousness

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
BoBo is wise. BoBo is irreverant. BoBo is a group consciousness from the 7th dimension speaking through a channel to bring deep wisdom to earth... for a price (plus shipping and handling). This outrageous parody combines deep wisdom of the ages with hilarious high jinx and monkey shines. You'll laugh, you'll cry... no... you'll just laugh. BoBo is spiritual satire at its best! More

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Review by: James Monroe on March 25, 2013 :
We Be BoBo: Channeling from a 7th Dimension Group Consciousness, is a satirically, tangentially, circumstantially, yet endearingly hilarious commentary on our global-earth conditions. We are taken to task socially, politically, culturally; clearly we have a lot to work on! We Be BoBo's articulate, channeled guidance may inform us of what directions we need to take. However, if it's all just a multi-dimensional ruse...if they are just screwing with us, it sure has been an entertaining literary journey! Certainly, better than a "Tijuana Cock Fight" , and just as good as a "liverwurst and onion on rye"...and that's really good! This book is a must for all you sentient-informed and sentient-aspiring folks out there. Thanks Lloyd Brass!
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
Review by: Beau Kennedy on Dec. 1, 2012 :
Douglas Adams married to Brecht on a Massive Liverwurst on Rye with "Heavy" mustard, and a side of Hunter S Thompson - just to spice-it-up. The author of this originally styled narrative novelette (since clearly it is much more than a common novela, while not as verbose as Journey with Paul Theroux) takes the reader into the 7th Density of a channel surfing smart-mouthed collective entity. Granted the farce doesn't speed the plow from the on-set (which proves to be a clever [perhaps cleaver is a better term] ruse), drawing the reader into a lair, betangling us in the web of a Channel, and most assuredly Channelism itself. For Douglas Adams, the answer was 42, clearly for Mr. Brass the solution to the question of life the universe and everything has expanded to 103, and a few densities more.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: Jeff Beach on Nov. 16, 2012 :
‘We Be BoBo’—what a laugh riot! At first I thought the ‘channel’ was serious. Then, after the first chapter, I started to smile, then giggle, then guffaw! And there is actually a lot of ancient spiritual wisdom presented in this book, even though it’s a great parody—the intelligent insight in counterpoint to the energetic wisecracks are what appealed to me most—I raced through the whole text in one sitting! I hope ‘We Be BoBo’ will become a series—I want to laugh and learn more—how much further can they/we/I go? I’d recommend this book to anyone who is aware enough to ‘get’ spiritual satire, and the multiple layers of life it exposes.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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