The primary author of these writings is a
retired psychologist intrigued with the mysteries of myth and religion - especially
their symbolic significance and original teachings.
What really is the nature of what we in the West call the "Godhead"? Could this Mystery be
universal enough to be equated with something like Brahman or the Tao that cannot be named?
Like all living things, we are an intergal
part of creation ecologically and physically - having finally emerged from the same energy ground and the very dust of the stars.
Could the profoundest core of religious experience emerge from an
ineffable, archetypal unconscious which made
humanity drawn toward spiritual rites
and symbols for over a hundred millennia before our current
It was found that there does appear a spiritual (i. e. deeper religious) connection hard wired
into the human brain. (See The God Part of the Brain...
by Matthew Alper, and Why God Won't Go
Andrew Newberg et al.)
Nor does this knowledge of an inner
connection conflict with the teachings of
ancient scripture. For not only do the
teachings of the Far East emphasize this
inner power; butthe Hebrew and
testaments are rife with such teachings
of a "Kingdom"or "Spirit" within. (See Gen.2:7; Exod.31:3;Job32:8;
21; 1Cor.3:16-17, 6:19; John 14:16-1