Seascapes and Sand
The novel is fiction. It deals with the momentous ‘sea’ changes in the political world that we set our hopes on with a glimpse of the world of universal love. Too often we find that we... More > have built on sand in both arenas. But should we not have built at all? The honest sparks of love keep us going, often unrequited, but they remain love nevertheless. With them a gentle constancy unfolds amidst the tides of the ever-changing ‘seas.’ In time the initial sparks become a light as we patiently labor on. And labor we must, in order to discover what is worth holding on to. At the portal to the land of universal love no tourist information booth is erected that offers maps with shortcuts. Nothing is given for free. All must be won. This makes the journey more precious, even as we stumble and fall and pick ourselves up. Surprisingly, with the struggling our world becomes brighter, as we find a greater brightness within. - The novel is an episode of the epic series, The Lodging for the Rose.< Less
Science and Spiritual Healing
During mankind's 2.5-million-year history modern medicine covered but a brief span, comparable to a blink of an eye. So, how did mankind heal itself during all those prior ages? Did mankind live... More > without help or hope? Hardly! Evidence suggests that spiritual healing has had a long history and may have in fact shaped mankind into what we are today. Spiritual healing also appears to have been progressive itself, unfolding with a scientific dimension. - The book presented here is Volume 2A of the research series, Discovering Infinity. The series was originally created in the late-1980s from research of works by Mary Baker Eddy and Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr..< Less
Living in the Sublime
The book is a research work on the science of spiritual power, both to defeat fascism and the smallness in thinking that enables it. It begins with a look into the fascist world of the Nazi empire... More > based on the author's personal experience while living there. Its focus is on Love, nuclear physics, prehistory, unfolding into an exploration of sex and its higher dimension, our third sex and a link to Judy Chicago's sex-focused art installation "The Dinner Party" that stood as a healing spiritual project among beginning stages of some of the worst fascist projects in modern history.
From there the project takes the subject of sex into the spiritual realm as platform for freedom and sequences on to provide an overview of what might be the world's most extensive scientific pedagogical structure designed in the late 1800s by Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer of the divine Principle of scientific metaphysical healing, including her platform for natural government and self-government.< Less
Universal Divine Science: Spiritual Pedagogicals
A vast pedagogical structure for discovery and scientific and spiritual development was created in the late 1800s that had remained largely hidden for over 100 years. Its author, Mary Baker Eddy,... More > named the science involved, Divine Science. She 'poured' all of her major works into this single structure as constituent elements of it, but always kept the form of it merely outlined to be brought to light in future ages by the process of discovery itself -- a kind of "excelsior extension" of which she said, "its crowning ultimate rises to a mental monument, a superstructure high above the work of men's hands, even the outcome of their hearts, giving to the material a spiritual significance... love catching a glimpse of glory."
The research book presented here documents the discoveries that were made of this vast structure since the early 1980s by researcher Rolf A. F. Witzsche.< Less