Burning Desire: The Epic Challenge to Define Genesis

Burning Desire: The Epic Challenge to Define Genesis

by Paul Linke

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Overview

The book provides some of the information everyone is unconsciously looking for. It mentions subjects only a philosopher would know about and more. It provides an idea to change the age old belief that there is not enough to go around, and therefore we war about the most fundamental resources we can find on Earth. The book explains (to the best of my knowledge) that the universe is a giving entity, and all we have to do is learn how this is possible. This giving entity is fundamentally two particles in union, which is a self-contained unit at every scale. This union is a dynamic entity which looks like a Torus that generates everything. Ancient arts like sacred geometry and others are testimony that there is a fundamental geometric structure in all things, and the book highlights this sacred structure (known as the Metatrons Cube) which is governed by a conscious mind that generates all physical things we are so familiar with. It also mentions motion which relates to the golden ratio and how algorithmic functions can explain some of the infinite possibilities we are confronted with.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781504321945
Publisher: Balboa Press AU
Publication date: 08/19/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 494
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

I was born and raised in a sleepy town, but progressed systematically to mix (consciously) with some of the greatest pioneers in the world. Making my way through schooling, bruised-up from the demanding curriculum set out by the most learned, I finally desided to become a toolmaker in order to make a living. My life literately flushed by doing the things I was trained to do, but eventually I came to the conclusion that there must be more to life and the things we learn. This was the point in my life when the search for the "Grail" began. At a ripe age I stepped back from everything I used to do and started to contemplate about everything that happened in my life. And as a scientist/physicist the first question I ask was this: Is there more to know than what we learn? And when I had a closer look at the "Atom" (the building block of everything), things started to accelerate and went out of proportions until I desided to study quantum physics. But physics on its own didn't provide everything I was looking for, and this lead me to contemplate about metaphysics (the things which come before the physical reality). And eventually everything started to make sense about creation and how the mystical (mythological) subject fits into the physical reality we experience. This combination of turning dreams into reality interested me and helped me to advance my level of knowledge about creation.

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