“Inspired: The Paranormal World of Creativity” by Grant Cameron

"Inspired: The Paranormal World of Creativity" by Grant Cameron

"It is generally believed that a high IQ and a rational analytical left brain are required for creative discovery. In an extensively researched study Grant Cameron shows where creativity really comes from, that creativity does not require high IQ or luck, but rather a quiet mind that can tap into a non-local source of knowledge that contains the answer.
In Inspired: The Paranormal World of Creativity Grant Cameron takes the reader through stories of where many of the great creations of the world really came from, and what non-human intelligences seem to live in the world that supplies the ideas and inventions. Some creative states that are explored include,
•Inspirations in music including dreams and spontaneous composition
•Inspirations by serendipity which questions a random world view
•Inspiration by biomimicry where nature itself did the creation
•Inspirations that show the paranormal nature of many inventions
•Inspirations that were the source for many Nobel Prize ideas
•Inspirations behind scientific discoveries
•Inspirations that triggered books, movies, and art
•Inspirations given to savants and prodigies
•Inspirations from psychics and mediums
•Inspirations from aliens and channeled entities
•Inspirations from the ancients
•Inspirations through automatic writing and meditation
•Inspirations for the dying and the grieving
•Inspiration from psychedelic compounds

As Mark Twain stated, “Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn't.” As Grant Cameron will point out the truth behind creativity is often very strange."