World History and the Eonic Effect
aa_World_History_and_the_Eonic_Effect (it says ‘fifth edition’ because it has a short tutorial, the text is the same as the Fourth Edition).
This text lurks in the background for many of our discussions here. Decoding World History is an attempt to produce a simplified account, but the first version (or fourth edition, 2012) remains the core text. The book takes you as close to a real theory of evolution as you are likely to get, period but in the reign of Darwinism that is an unacceptable statement, the book banned at once by the Darwin propaganda machine. Beyond that, it points to the core structural dynamic of world history. No theory is possible with such a mysterious complexity. The book seems to collate ‘historical evolution of civilizations’ and ‘evolution in deep time, of organisms’ but the two are probably related. We can’t full obsere or understand this mysterious ‘glimpse of evolution’ but we can describe it and explore its strange immensity. This ‘non-random’ pattern ‘exhibits’ that dynamic in action and it makes sense in what it does. We can begin a series of discussions here. The book is not as hard as it looks or seems to many readers: the core idea is a simple chronology, as described in ‘Decoding…’ The problem seems the style but there again I am unsure it is so difficult. I have asked advice on this and from one I was advised to rewrite it with a book editor and then from another I was advised to ‘NEVER’ let a book editor ever touch it, ‘leave it the way it is the style is unique’. The style is hard because it describes something we are unfamiliar with. I will include another PDF version with linked chapter headings in a Table of Contents and a short tutorial:
The Amazon listings are chaotic, but paperback and kindle versions exist, plus the multiple attacks by venomous Darwinists (mostly removed by Amazon). I am going to produce a slightly shorter version (not the same as the not-so-good Abridged Edition), with a tutorial.
Use the linked TOC to jump around the book, then look at ‘Decoding...’ then try again.