Multidimensional Realities with Jurgen Ziewe (live via Skype from England)

Special Consciousness Connections Presentation:

Multidimensional Realities with Jurgen Ziewe

(live via Skype from England)

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Doors open at 1:00 pm; Please arrive by 1:15 pm

Presentation will begin promptly at 1:30 pm

INACS’ Nerve Centre

12593 Research Blvd, Suite 302

The meeting is free & open to the Public

See below for directions

Multidimensional Realities;

Reports and observations from Out-of-Body explorations

with Jurgen Ziewe (live via Skype from England)

Jurgen will provide an account of his observations during his 40 years of out-of-body explorations. He sees these other dimensions of existence as an extension to our natural world.

Jurgen will discuss the challenges faced by OBE explorers when subjective consciousness

interferes with consensus realities of the higher dimensions. He’ll also discuss the mindset required to observe and carefully record “objective” data from those environments.

About Jurgen Ziewe    
   Born in 1947 in a small town in West Germany, Jurgen suffered the loss of his father following a prolonged illness at only nine years old.  For days after his death, his father appeared to Jurgen repeatedly in lucid dreams assuring the boy that he was still alive and well.  This experience started Jurgen off on his quest into the greater mysteries of life.Passionate about abstract art and intrigued by the philosophy behind Kandinsky’s paintings, Jurgen sought out the last surviving pupil of the artist, and, after serving in the German Air Force, he enrolled at Hamburg Academy of Art.  His desire to seek the very source of creation and his fascination with the mystery behind the appearances of life inspired him to embark on a deeply spiritual path.  His meditation practice, although initially fruitless, presaged his spontaneous awakening experience during his early twenties, and soon after that he began to have spontaneous out-of-body experiences.

Leading a highly demanding professional life, Jurgen Ziewe compensated by practicing intensive meditation to gain balance and spiritual inspiration.  He soon discovered there was more to life when he was catapulted out of his body into a parallel universe.  For nearly forty years he kept a secret diary detailing his excursions, which reveal a fascinating alternate reality that awaits us once we leave our mortal bodies.  Jurgen discovered a multidimensional universe into which he could step while maintaining full waking consciousness.  He returned each time with breath-taking accounts of a world which forms not only the natural extension but the foundation of our physical universe.  In his 2008 book, Multidimensional Man, Jurgen chronicles his observations and insights from Out-of-Body experiences into higher dimensional realities, and gives vivid and compelling accounts of meeting his deceased relatives, of interviewing the ‘dead’, and even of accompanying himself in a previous life.  He describes with the zest of a travel journalist some of the mind-bending places he has visited, and recalls the excitement of unearthing the magical powers found there.

These powerful experiences shifted the emphasis of his work away from abstract art, and in the nineties with the help of sophisticated computer programs, Jurgen attempted to recreate the scenes he had encountered during his out-of-body journeys.  Soon his work was noticed by poster publishers who established him as a fantasy artist subsequently selling over two million posters world-wide.  Book publisher Collins & Brown became aware of his work and published a folio biography of the artist, New Territories – The Computer Visions of Jurgen Ziewe, (1997, Suckling, N).  His work has since been featured widely on the covers of best-selling science fiction novels.  Jurgen has also carved out a career as a highly sought-after illustrator and continues to be employed by some of the world’s largest advertising agencies, multinational companies and book publishers.

Jurgen’s website,, has steadily grown in content as well as popularity._____________________________________________________________________ Meeting Details:

This meeting will be an experiment for INACS in using Skype video for a 2-way interactive presentation from a remote location.

If successful, this format will open up a large selection of potential worldwide INACS’ speakers to us.

The author will briefly present his work, and conduct most of the event in a Q & A format.


Please view the author’s website ( in advance; it includes several videos and numerous writings that will allow you to get familiar with his work, and help you formulate questions for the presentation.


Recommended Reading____________________________________

Multidimensional Man


An Authentic Eyewitness Account of the World That Awaits Us After death


by Jurgen Ziewe


This intelligent account takes out-of-body experiences and lucid dreaming to another level while remaining divorced from dogma and the confines of belief systems. This graphic and in-depth record of the afterlife explored through astral travel and lucid dreams invites you to investigate new realms of experience beyond the physical. With each carefully documented journey out of the body, the reader is increasingly assured that death is a journey towards expanded consciousness. Documented in personal journals, this informative first-person account fills gaps in our understanding of ultimate reality and the higher dimensions and serves as a source of inspiration and encouragement. For a book that explores the realms of life after death, Multidimensional Man is a very down-to-earth exploration that will inspire anyone from atheists and skeptics to those with an interest in psychology, metaphysics and the sublime to explore the realms accessible through altered states of awareness.


Directions to the INACS Nerve Centre__________________


12593 Research Blvd., Suite 302, Austin, 78759

Phone number: 512-425-0822


It’s a little tricky to find the first time, so here are the directions:

If you’re heading northwest on Research/183 from I-35, Mopac or 360, exit 183 at the Oak Knoll exit, pass through the light at Oak Knoll, and stay on the access road heading north.  The next side street off the 183 access road will be Technology Blvd.; do not turn on Technology.  Immediately after you pass Technology, there will be a driveway on your right (the only one in that area)–Exit into that driveway.  There will be a sign overhead for “Forest Plaza.”  After you pull in, you’ll have no choice but to go to the left into Forest Plaza.  Our building is the back left building within the complex–Suite 302.   If you’re heading south on Research/183, you also exit at Oak Knoll, but take the u-turn just before you get to Oak Knoll, get over the right on the northbound access road, and prepare to make the right immediately after Technology Blvd. as in the directions above.

Multidimensional Realities;

Reports and observations from Out-of-Body explorations

 with Jurgen Ziewe (live via Skype from England)