• Simulations of God: The Science of Belief

    Published by Simon & Schuster, New York
    Copyright 1956, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1969, 1975 by John C. Lilly

    "What I wish to do in this book is give you enough samples to learn your own simulations of God, understand your own system of be!ief, and find out what is most important to you within yourself, here and now." -John C. Lilly, M.D.

    This book sets out to examine "the sacred realms" of self, religion, science, philosophy, sex, drugs, politics, money, crime, war, family and spiritual paths "with no holds barred, with courage and a sense of excitement." His purpose is to provide every reader with a unique view of his own "inner reality" and to help him unfold new areas for growth and self-realization.


    -God as the Beginning

    -I Am God
    -God Out There
    -God as Her/Him/It
    -God as the Group
    -God as Orgasm and Sex
    -God as Death
    -God as Drugs
    -God as the Body
    -God as Money
    -God as Righteous Wrath
    -God as Compassion
    -God as War
    -God as Science
    -God as Mystery
    -God as the Belief, the Simulation, the Model
    -God as the Computer
    -God Simulating Himself
    -God as Consciousness-Without-an-Object
    -God as Humor
    -God as Superspace, the Ultimate Collapse into the Black Hole, the End
    -The Ultimate Simulation
    -God as the Dyad