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Author Stephen Davis takes readers through a journey to discover the true nature of reality in the book The Truman Show: It’s True, Man!”.
2023 is the 25th anniversary of the release of “The Truman Show.”
If you haven’t seen the movie, “The Truman Show,” starring Jim Carrey, go watch it NOW. And it doesn’t matter whether you watch the original 1998 version, the Special Edition version, or the 25th Anniversary version. Just watch whatever you can find.
In a world where reality TV now reigns supreme, “The Truman Show” stands out as the ultimate example. But what if I told you that Truman Burbank’s story was more than just fiction? What if it was all true? What if we are all Truman Burbank — performers in a scripted reality we mistake for our own?
Discover the shocking truth in this captivating masterpiece that will linger in your thoughts long after you’ve turned the last page. As you dive deep into “The Truman Show: It’s True, Man!”, prepare to be spellbound by a narrative that challenges the very essence of human existence.
“The Truman Show: It’s True, Man!” is a thought-provoking exploration of reality, identity, and the human spirit. It challenges us to question the world we live in, the roles we play, and the boundaries of our own existence. Can we break free from the confines of OUR televised prison, or are we forever destined to live lives scripted by forces beyond our control?
“The Truman Show: It’s True, Man!” is a gripping, mind-bending journey that will have you questioning the reality you think you know.
This was a compelling and thought-provoking read. The concepts the author had brought into this book were subjects I myself had been fascinated with for years. From the simulation theory that the author touches upon to the matrix theory that has seen some mind-blowing videos and evidence that makes us all feel like life is a simulation fascinating. The author wrote this book in a way that felt relatable and challenged the reader to delve deep within themselves to question their relationship to reality itself.
The use of a film such as the Truman Show was a great vehicle to delve into this topic. The great point that was made in this book was that this film was the true definition of reality TV, as most reality TV in our own culture has the people aware of their situation and thus the shows feel scripted at times, whereas this film showcases the reality of a man unaware of his simulated life. This speaks to us all, with the way life becomes out of control, and oftentimes feels like it is targeting us specifically really playing into this theory perfectly.
Memorable, captivating, and engaging, author Stephen Davis’s “The Truman Show: It’s True, Man!”, is a must-read nonfiction book on philosophy and metaphysical theories that cannot be missed. The honest expression of ideas and concepts the author explores from an everyday lens and the compelling story these theories bring to life make this a thoughtful read to get lost in. If you haven’t yet, be sure to grab your copy today!
About the Author
My name is Stephen Davis… and I usually stop there, because who I am is really not that important.
But since you seem to be curious…
I was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware. I have a B.S. in Political Science, an M.S. in Psychology, and a Doctor of Divinity degree.
And my life has been full of interesting and challenging experiences.
I began my “spiritual journey” at age 19, after reading “There is a River” by Thomas Sugrue. It is the biography of Edgar Cayce, and I immediately went to work for his son, Hugh Lynn, at the Association of Research and Enlightenment.
Then, in chronological order, I was:
~ Drummer, pianist, bassist, and musical director for “Up With People” when it first started.
~ Physician’s Assistant in the U.S. Army, including a year in Vietnam.
~ Commercial pilot for Cochise Airlines in Arizona.
~ State Senator from District 9 (Tucson) in Arizona. (In 1975, I was awarded the George Washington Medal of Honor from Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge for my article, “The Government Versus the Economy,” published in Parade Magazine).
~ Commodore’s Staff Aide to L. Ron Hubbard in Scientology, and founder and first president of the World Institute of Scientology Enterprises (WISE).
~ Director of Development and teaching faculty at Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic, where I wrote my first book, “Practice Management Made Easy.”
~ Author of computer software to run a chiropractic office.
~ Losing candidate for the U.S. Senate in South Carolina (Strom Thurmond beat me when he was 82 years old!).
~ Horse trainer and ranch manager for a buckskin breeding ranch in Arizona.
~ Cook and captain of an 80-foot whale and dolphin research ship (the “Kairos”) in the Canary Islands.
~ Author of an award-winning screenplay and two books (novels) based on ten years of research proving that HIV cannot be the cause of AIDS (“Wrongful Death: The AIDS Trial”), and that the so-called HIV tests can have false positive results as much as 90% of the time (“Are You Positive?”).
I had a car accident that broke my neck in 2003, and since then I have been taking it “easy,” writing “Butterflies Are Free to Fly” in 2008 and delivering my Holographic Universe Workshops all over the world. (Quantum physics has been my “hobby” for almost 30 years.) I am really honored that so many people have downloaded (and read, I hope!) this book.
I’M 77 years old with a wonderful family, including three amazing grandchildren.
I had two wonderful wives (15 years each), but I am now single and living in North Carolina.