Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said is a 1974 science fiction novel by American writer Philip K. Dick. . In Acts Chapter 8), the disciple Philip meets an Ethiopian eunuch (a black man) sitting in a chariot, to whom he explains a passage from the.
The Exegesis of Philip K. Dick is a non-fiction book containing the published selections of a journal kept by the science fiction writer Philip K. Dick, in which he .
Dick once wrote things into a novel, believing them to be pure fiction, only to learn it's true that Dick noticed those matches between his books, Acts, and reality. A lot of Philip K. Dicks Religious and visionary thoughts and.
In the movie "Waking Life" a character narrates that Philip K. Dick was weirded out when life events started paralleling his fictional work "Flow.
Philip K. Dick, 1978. First, before I begin to .. In Acts, the person who meets the black man on the road is named Philip - - your name.” Father Rasch was so.