Now is the time in history when the world is changing rapidly. The structure of the treatise is designed for the needs of individuals from all walks of life and provides ways and means for the achievement of their highest personal spiritual goals. It encompasses information from the beginning of Earth and Mankind through a step-by-step history of all major religions and their relationship to each other. The purpose of introduction to various areas of study is to explain the connection each individual has to one another and to stimulate the reader’s search for more knowledge. It ultimately offers ways to understand the relationship of Earth to the universe(s), and the book probes deeply into the spiritual nature of Man.

Treatise Contents:

Chapter Title
1 Earth and Mankind
(explains Earth, the universe, and the migration of Man)
2 Primitive Cataclysmic Earth
(weather and land events that occurred in Earth’s primitive years and comparison of Biblical stories to other religious stories)
3 The Sacred Journey of Primitive Religions
(tracing and connecting the beginning, before Shamanism, through Semitism)
4 The Sacred Journey of Ancient Religions
(tracing and connecting Vedism through Islam) The sacred journeys compare the spiritual oneness of the beginning of Mankind and the ensuing religious fragmentations.
5 Wavelength to God
(explains electromagnetic energy and the human senses)
6 Opposites Attract
(life has its dualities and by understanding these aspects of fear and love Man shall find their higher self)
7 Awakening
(understanding meditation and reasoning behind meditation)
8 Spinning Wheels
(chakra vs. endocrine glands and comparisons with the East and the West)
9 Body/Mind
(the Mind as soul/spirit and its scientific relationship to the body through the brain but ultimately through/from the universal sources)
10 Creation of Mankind-The Master Design
(expounding on a lesser known theory and understanding the universes)
(the future)Addendum
(Interpretation and synopsis of “Hierocles’ Commentary on the “Chrysa Epe”, the ‘golden words’ of Pythagoras. These words are added to compare ancient religion philosophies to modern philosophies)