Secrets of the Sacred Cube: A Cosmic Love Story


Free Shipping Included! Secrets of the Sacred Cube: A Cosmic Love Story by Outskirts Press at SADC Network. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This book is definitely one of a kind. It offers an amazing range of information about the Rubik's Cube(R), including how it can be quickly solved, but, more importantly, the authors explain how the cube can be used as a physical model to simulate reality on the quantum, human and cosmic levels, and how this feature can be an effective tool for problem solving in real-life situations. The lead author, Dr. Edward R. Close, educated as a mathematician, physicist, and environmental engineer, has al


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This book is definitely one of a kind. It offers an amazing range of information about the Rubik's Cube(R), including how it can be quickly solved, but, more importantly, the authors explain how the cube can be used as a physical model to simulate reality on the quantum, human and cosmic levels, and how this feature can be an effective tool for problem solving in real-life situations. The lead author, Dr. Edward R. Close, educated as a mathematician, physicist, and environmental engineer, has also pioneered a credible method of including consciousness in the scientific approach to solving problems. Dr. Close and his wife, Jacquelyn, a registered aromatherapist with the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapists (NAHA), and certified instructor with the Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education (CARE), have spent more than 40 years in independent research in consciousness studies, and the last ten years in collaboration with several prominent researchers and academic organizations on the cutting edge of the new field of psycho-bio-physics, as defined by Dr. Vernon M. Neppe, a world-renowned MD, psychiatrist and neuroscientist. All of this background of problem solving comes into play in this book. the lessons to be learned from the cube are illustrated with a number of interesting vignettes from the lives of the authors.The theme of this book is that the experiences of life are governed by universal laws, and that those laws are mathematically reflected in the laws discovered, and also yet-to-be discovered, by scientific inquiry into the nature of reality. Events relevant to the theme of the book, recounted from the authors' personal experiences, include both of them being struck by lightning, the psychic revelation of spiritual connections, and experiences that underline and reveal the depth and strength of their love for each other, spanning a number of lives remembered by both of them. The surprising scope of these experiences include out-of-body experiences (OBEs), near-death experiences (NDEs) and encounters with remarkable people in such wide-spread locations as Kansas City, a cave in the Ozark Mountains, small towns in Southern Missouri and middle Tennessee, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Puerto Rico, the Frankincense Trail in Arabia, the Middle East, the Great Pyramid and the Sahara Desert in Egypt, the Ancient City of Petra, several countries in Europe, India, and Tibet.Secrets of the Sacred Cube, a Cosmic Love Story, delivers unexpected insights into the workings of the cube, revealing how it can be used to simulate the dimensional aspects of matter, energy, space, time, and consciousness. Treating existence as a holistic nine-dimensional experiential reality that can be modeled using the cube, the authors discuss how common patterns occur and re-occur in the process of solving the cube, similar to the way patterns occur and re-occur in the human experience of reality. Surprising topics raised as re-occurring patterns of reality are discussed in detail in the book, include meaning and purpose of life, reincarnation, good and evil, spirituality, and love. Even though deep and complex subjects are treated in this book, it is written and organized in a way that makes it very readable, and the book is amply and uniquely illustrated with relevant graphics, tables and photographs.

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Manufacturer:
Outskirts Press
Category:
Self-Esteem
EAN:
9781977210258
ISBN:
1977210252
Author:
Array
Publisher:
Outskirts Press
Publication Date:
2019-09-30
Binding:
Hardcover
Item Weight:
2.21 pounds
Item Size:
1.38 x 9.02 x 5.98 inches
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2.21 pounds
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5.98 x 1.38 x 9.02 inches

 


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