“Frightened people do not want freedom, mental or physical. They want shelter, a definite set of rules. They want to be told what is good and bad. They seek out leaders— political, scientific, or religious— who will order their lives for them.”
I read all if not most of the Seth books in the 1970s. Whether someone channels another I suppose is not relevant if the material that comes out seems rational enough. Considering the babble that comes out of most religious texts, the Seth books are a breath of fresh air. The beauty of alternative “religious” material is that you don’t have to join, pay tithes or adhere to a rigid dogma. Truth is in context and relative to one’s understanding of the universe.