PERHAPS ONE OF THE MOST SIGNIFCANT BOOKS EVER WRITTEN
In this book the author presents a composite picture of our existence, drawing upon the concepts of some of our greatest scientific and religious thinkers of all time. He discusses some commonly held beliefs, in both science and religion that may be erroneous, and offers other options or possibilities applying to them.
This book discusses the following:
- Our matter universe and all that it contains are only perceptions formed within our brain/mind of what is really "out there."
- The "Creative Source" of our entire universe, known to physicists as the "Unified Field" produces all sub-atomic particles and their forces that construct and maintain our entire matter universe. This "pre-energy" field of proxy waves" is believed by physicists to be conscious, omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient, and lies beyond space and time-all characteristics of what we call, "God." Science not only relates to religion; they compliment each other.
- Every event occurs simultaneously in two opposite states.
- All negative thoughts and actions within the human race -- such as prejudice, hate, anger, envy, greed, and wars are all created by the "Ego" of every human mind. However, we possess the power to overcome the Ego's directives by absolutely refusing to INITIATE and aggressive or harmful acts against another human being or their possessions. If the majority of humankind would follow this simple directive, it would result in continuing world peace and evolve humankind to a much higher level of existence.
- Everything material that exists is made from particles that were produced at the Big Bang" of creation, which then combines as "stardust" and continued constantly evolving into different forms throughout all time. Therefore, all living things are eternal extra terrestrials.
- There are many current cosmic dilemmas that need to be resolved.
- The "spirit" will survive after mortal death, but its existence will probably be quite different from that envisioned by most world religions.