In the first Seth Book, "Seth Speaks", Seth introduced the concept of probable realities, in which our idle daydreams and unfulfilled impulses do take place, in which all possible choices are fully explored. Yet of all those "roads not taken", we normally focus on only one we consider real. Now, Seth examines the probable pasts of Jane Roberts and her husband, Robert F. Butts, showing how old photographs often depict selves that literally no longer exist in present terms. Religion and death, sexuality and dreams, creativity and physical health are all underlaid with unknown dimensions whose understanding canchange the world as we know it. And indeed, Seth stresses that this 'unknown' reality must be explored: (part of quote is omitted for reasons of space). I am suggesting ways in which the unknown reality can become a known one." - From back cover) There are introductory essays and notes by Robert F. Butts.