Children of a Living Universe: Discovering Our Legacy Will Change Our Future by Paul Von Ward
This book fill gaps in the incomplete scientific model used in modern physics and biological sciences — gaps now recognized by physicists like Stephen Hawking and Roger Penrose. Paul's natural science and philosophy approach offers a new model to fill in these gaps. His book encompasses both subtle energies (not yet in the standard model) and a realm of extra-brain consciousness.
The book's more sophisticated theory of life in the cosmos suggests that Homo sapiens sapiens and more advanced beings (ABs) may have much more important roles in the self-actualization of our universe (in a multiverse) than we have yet imagined.
Part 1 develops the case for our universe being a living, self-creating organism in an even more complex multiverse. It posits a more plausible origins theory of the event known as the isolate Big Bang and uses the so-called Hermetic Principles to fill the gaps left out of modern science. Part 2 describes the case for an universal consciousness as the fundamental force behind all dimensions (a few physicists are getting close to this concept). The self-conscious model of the universe includes the subtle senses responsible for telepathy, remote viewing, synchronicity, teleportation, and other extra-dimensional phenomena.
Part 3 identifies humanity's place and potential in our self-evolving universe. It poses a challenge to humans to shed our still-medieval blinders and test themselves in the race among ABs for leadership roles in our living, self-conscious galaxy and beyond.