Q&A #5 now online

The fifth monthly Q&A is now online, exclusively for Patreon supporters and I, Universe readers. Topics covered this month are the legalisation of recreational and hard drugs; the top three people I would like to converse with; how my life is different from when I was a Christian; the reason I became interested in Satanism.

You’ll noticed I’ve deleted the ‘Inner Sanctum’ link from the navigation bar, as I started to dislike the overly religious sentiment behind that term. To watch the Q&A, use the Secret Videos link, under ‘Vlog’ in the top navigation bar. When prompted for a password, look up page 123, line 5, word 1, from I, Universe.

You can also access past Q&As and other unlisted videos. Several hours of exclusive content awaits you.

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Q&A #4 now online

The fourth monthly Q&A is now online, exclusively for Patreon supporters and I, Universe readers. Topics covered this month are advanced ancient civilisations; reincarnation; psi and the dream state; the moon landings; growing up during the Troubles; Mormonism; selfless service to others.

To watch the Q&A, either log in to Patreon or use the Inner Sanctum link on the top navigation bar. When prompted for a password, look up page 123, line 5, word 1, from I, Universe.

You can also access past Q&As and other unlisted videos. Several hours of exclusive content awaits you.

Author of the Month at the Graham Hancock website

I’ve been selected as Author of the Month for June 2019, on Graham Hancock’s website. The administrator asked me to contribute a 2,000-word essay. I could have extracted something directly from “I, Universe,” but decided to write something new instead. You can read it here: Rediscovering Magic Through Science.

Interviewed on the Trans Resister Radio podcast

A few days ago, I was the guest on episode 227 of the Trans Resister Radio podcast. The host, Aaron Franz, and I chatted for a hour on all kinds of esoteric topics: religion, death, non-duality, the meaning of life, paranormal phenomena, and more. You can access the show at the link below (available as an MP3 download or through services like iTunes, Spotify, and others). Enjoy!

http://www.theageoftransitions.com/podcast/183-darryl-sloan-interview-i-universe-trr-227

As always, I ,Universe is available from online bookstores everywhere, including…

Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1910098043
Amazon USA: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1910098043

I, Universe is OUT NOW!

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It gives me great pleasure to announce the release of my long awaited book, I, Universe. Available to purchase in paperback all over the world:

Skylight Press (UK & USA) | Amazon (UK) | Amazon (USA) | Barnes & Noble (USA) | Waterstones (UK) | Book Depository (UK) | Amazon (Canada) | Amazon (Australia) | Amazon (France) | Amazon (Spain) | Amazon (Germany) | Amazon (Italy) | Amazon (Japan) | Amazon (Brazil) | Amazon (Mexico) | bol.com (Netherlands) | Krisostomus (Estonia)

ISBN: 978-1-910098-04-2

I, Universe at the proofing stage

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My goodness, it’s been almost three years since I posted here. I have, however, been a busy bee in the intervening years over at YouTube, as most of you probably know. Anyway, this is just a quick note to let everyone know that the long-awaited book, I, Universe, is almost here. You’re looking at the final proof, sent to me by the publisher for error checking. I’m excited!

“Black Lotus” – new original music

A couple of weeks ago, I decided to sit down and compose some original music for the first time in ten years (since scoring Don’t Look in the Attic). I tinkered away at this track most evenings, and it was difficult to get it to come together. Sometimes inspiration just hits you, and an entire song will flow from your fingers almost effortlessly. Other times (like this time) it’s a real struggle to construct interesting melodies. Despite putting in a lot of work on this, I couldn’t stretch it beyond about two minutes without feeling like I was padding it out, so I left it short. The end result sounds like the theme tune for an imaginary 1980s television series. If you like the style of music that John Carpenter writes for his own movies, then you might like my little effort. He’s a huge influence on me, along with Tangerine Dream, Depeche Mode, and Gary Numan.