The Color of Truth, Volume 1 : Patterns in Light
Overview - What the Reviewers Say.. .,"an extraordinary work...superbly written...an exciting book... ...astonishing in its breadth and depth...revelatory...deserving of greatness... ...an encyclopaedia of reference....offers a way forwards towards universal harmony.." Amazing Coincidence ..or Intelligent Design? Read more...
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What the Reviewers Say.. .,"an extraordinary work...superbly written...an exciting book... ...astonishing in its breadth and depth...revelatory...deserving of greatness... ...an encyclopaedia of reference....offers a way forwards towards universal harmony.." Amazing Coincidence ..or Intelligent Design? The question says it all. This is a thinkers book - a seekers book - a book that will challenge and inspire.. Described as .,"fascinating, intriguing and provocative.." this first volume in The Color of Truth trilogy documents a truly remarkable phenomenon; a series of striking patterns in nature, science, and human history that according to the author, may even hint at the very meaning of life itself. "By analyzing light, color, and the electromagnetic spectrum we uncover a startling array of dramatic and intriguing parallels that pose provocative questions about who and what we are - as individuals and as societies." STM Steeped in painstaking research, students of color, psychology, nature, religion, or history will not be disappointed with the in-depth facts and data; well supported with diagrams, tables, and illustrations.. Based upon the scientific and symbolic properties of light and color, and drawing upon a range of expert sources, the archetypal themes and patterns discussed in this work confirm the presence of a collective 'universal language' rooted deep in the human psyche. But the question is... has this language too long been ignored?" Raising tough but crucial questions about our origins and purpose as a species, The Color of Truth Volume I lays the foundations for a clear and logical alternative to the many conflicting belief systems - both secular and religious - thatplague our world today. Not one to be missed
- ISBN-13: 9780955150340
- ISBN-10: 0955150345
- Publisher: CheckPoint Press
- Publish Date: January 2007
- Page Count: 256
- Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.54 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.76 pounds