Aug 28, 2017
Darryl Robert Schoon (who has appeared on the Outer Limits of Inner Truth five previous times) is an author and speaker known for his writings on the economy, gold and the crisis that currently faces humanity. He graduated from college in 1966 with a degree in political science. He entered law school but soon dropped out to live in the Haight-Ashbury where he became a member of the hippie subculture in San Francisco.
Now a recognized author and speaker, his articles on the economy have been widely published on the web and he has spoken before audiences in the USA, Europe and Australia, and on TV. He is also an ordained minister and owns a condom company. His current focus includes spirituality, metaphysics and economics.
In Darryl Schoon's Own Words....
I started questioning life far before I began questioning economics. In both, I began my inquiry with an open mind and am fortunate in that I found answers to the questions responsible for my inquiry.
There is an interconnectedness that runs though all of life, including spirituality and economics. The economic collapse we are experiencing is not separate from spiritual issues. Indeed, they are intertwined at levels far deeper than imagined.
Just as ‘money’ is not what we believe it to be, neither is ‘reality’. Both ‘money’ and ‘reality’ are derivatives. Today, money is a form of debt instead of savings and reality is only a shadow of what truly IS.
The ancient Greeks, Plato and Socrates, understood this. Plato’s allegory of The Cave explains the difference between reality and what we believe it to be. The ancient Sanskit word, maya (illusion) also reflects this truth, that what we believe to be ‘reality’ is, in fact, a derivative of a greater state.
Religion is the term used to describe humanity’s path to God. An excellent description of that path is that given by Cerithous, a description called, "The One True Religion".