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Book details
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:152
  • eBook ISBN:9781483520919

Light in the Dark


by Richard Peter Spartacus

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Light in the Dark are the synopsis books compiled after the construction of the main books, and they could be used for a quick glance at the topics covered without having to struggle through the entire book series (there was also a few details added that might have been missing from the main books). Another quick fix approach would be to look only on the main themes through Welcome to Easter Island followed by Change.
Change falls in five parts (like a five-pointed star). Part 1 deals with “Wiki-World” and the rule of Free People. Part 2 deals with the beginning to give you the end, for as Yeshua bar Yosef (Jesus) said when the disciples asked him about the end: Have you already discovered the beginning that you are now asking about the end? For where the beginning is, there the end will be too: Blessed is he who stands at the beginning for he will know the end, and he shall not taste death. Part 3 deals with the nature of “Free People”. Part 4 deals with the ways to become un-free (so that you may now the pits and not fall into them). Part 5 continues the tale from Part 5 and ends in the question of whether humanity actually wants its freedom in practice - might we, at the end of the day, not prefer to die in slavery?
About the author
The author is a medical doctor and veteran life scientist with broad side interests in psychology, history, and physics - a member of the Mensa society and lifelong collector of “odd” knowledge who found good use for it all when he had his life invaded from “the other side” at the time his wife through ten years suddenly fell ill and died. The contact to “the other side” turned into an ongoing communication with “the Angels” and a resulting writing process that produced Light in the Dark, The South Will Rise Again, Get me Out of Here, and Elohim: A cycle or symphony of reflective semi-autobiographic books with tales of moral philosophy and the sociology of societies created to unify science and spirituality from the man’s unusual background and surprisingly open access to “spirituality” - and warning humanity about its self-destructive power.