About the Book
Discover The Paradox of Civilization — one of many concepts from The Great Correction.
Most of us were taught to believe the narrative that after several thousand years of human development, we are at the pinnacle of progress—our achievements in the arts and sciences stand as glorious testaments to that narrative.
However, the economic turmoil, health issues, religious conflict, poverty, environmental destruction, political gridlock and corporate controlled media around the world does little to support this narrative of man’s glory and progress.
What if the last several thousand years of human history have actually been a period of monumental decline and failure as a species instead?
Consider the possibility that the world you see today reflects thousands of years of massive mistakes, crimes, and lies. Therefore much of what people have been taught in key areas of human life is dead wrong.
If you can consider these possibilities, welcome to The Great Correction!
“There comes a fascinating and challenging time in the lives of all thinking, reasoning, reflective human beings in which we have a solid grasp of what we do not think, believe, or accept to be representative of our perception of the world around us. At the same time, we require guidance to reach the next level of understanding…” Read more.
“I would like to begin my review assisting those who should not read this book. Anyone whose status, title or commitment to ideas, causes or beliefs that will not permit critical review and examination of those entities, should not read this book. In other words, if the idea of engaging an alternative perspective that challenges your current understanding…” Read more.
“Why am I here? What is the meaning and purpose of life? What in fact is actually the truth? These questions have plagued humanity since the dawn of time…. So how do we resolve these seemingly insolvable preponderances? Why is the world so crazy? What’s really going on? Every question can be answered, but a simple answer does not suffice, and only sparks…” Read more.
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