Twenty Adventures in the Beyond
by Eric Stirnemann
If you?d seen a band of elves playing in a field, visited a 19th-century village, or battled against possession by an evil entity, you?d write a book too! Attacked by an Aztec flame god in a museum, watching contented creatures in animal heaven, fighting in WW II as a Japanese, Erich Stirnemann details his experiences with the metaphysical and shares personal stories of the strange and unknown.
About the Author
The late Erich Stirnemann spent five weeks reading a one-volume encyclopedia from morning to night. For the rest of his life, despite a total lack of higher schooling, there was no limit to his pursuit of learning. All his income was from hard labor - although, at the age of 60, he could easily lift 400 pounds. His lifelong hobby was poetry, culminating in a 5,000-line translation of the Srimad Bhagavad Gita from the Sanskrit, merely for his own amusement.