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Myths, religions and archeological discoveries around the world discuss the presence of intelligent non-human beings who have interbred with humans creating hybrids. Tanis Helliwell offers convincing evidence about the existence of 22 different human-hybrids (elementals, angels, dolphins, giants, dragons, centaurs, pan and many others).
People who discover they are hybrids report feeling more authentically themselves—more energized, powerful and self-loving—as a result of their discovery.
Am I a Hybrid?
If you answer “yes” to these statements, Hybrids: So you think you are human will be of special interest to you.
- I often feel I don’t fit in
- I am hypersensitive to violence
- I am deeply committed to helping the Earth
- I would describe myself as an independent thinker
- I follow my own inner guidance about rightness, even if it goes against the norm
As with her ground-breaking work on elementals in the classic Summer with the Leprechauns, Tanis is, with Hybrids, once again at the forefront of an entire new genre of investigation.
Praise for HYBRIDS: So you think you are human
I found Tanis Helliwell’s book, Hybrids: so you think you are human, rather challenging. Actually, it is good to be challenged, jolted out of our – all to often – fixed and rigid beliefs of life. Read this book … and prepare to expand the mind. I am open to the author’s very persuasive thesis and the evidence to support her theories… Thank you Tanis, for stretching me further with your provocative book. Just to add to the pleasure it is very well written and thoroughly enjoyable.
—Michael J. Roads, Author, Through the Eyes of Love; Journeying with Pan trilogy and Stepping Between Realities.
Tanis Helliwell’s Hybrids is a provocative, thoughtful exploration of the deeper realms of human consciousness. I really appreciated the psychotherapy skills she brings to the interviews, which are the core of this work. It’s a gift that will help some find important answers to the great question… Who am I? It’s the strength of the book.”
—Barry Brailsford, Author, Chronicles of the Stone series