Sunday, September 17, 2006

Steven Kaufman's "UNIFIED REALITY THEORY"

By Steve Savage "King of the Beasts"

"The greatest scientific problem of all time, the Sangraal of Physics, is the quest to unite the Quantum Theory with Gravity, thereby, creating a theory of everything. It is universally accepted that whoever solves this problem will win the Nobel Prize.

The Maxwell and Yang-Mills Field, i.e., the Standard Model, while a comprehensive theory of all matter, is deficient in that it addresses Electromagnetism, the Strong Force and the Weak Force, but not Gravity." Steven Kaufman's "Unified Reality Theory" is an absolutely brilliant, and yes, poetic scientific treatise in its highest sense, that very persuasively fills in that hole.

Through the inspired use of words in the "First I tell them what I'm going to tell them, then I tell them, then I tell them what I told them" format, coupled with Karen Kaufman's magnificent graphic representations of those words, Steven Kaufman, like Dante's Virgil, grabs us by the hand of our intuition and leads us into the realm wherein lies Life's most esoteric secrets by "transforming our awareness to unlock the door to the Infinite." "Unified Reality Theory" is the "Upanishads," the "Vedas," "Knowledge of the Fourth," the ringing of the "Bell of Truth" you've only dimly heard beyond the hill until now, expressed in the language of our times.

This is not an easy read. It is a textbook that needs to be carefully studied in that fashion. It's true that "the gate is small and the way is narrow that leads to [understanding], and few are those who find it." However, for those of you whose "Temple Veil" has been torn, persevere! "By the grace of the Self, the Self is known. The Self reveals the Self."

It is in the untying of the "Gordian Knot" whence comes Knowledge and Understanding. Cutting is not truly expediency; it is an admission of ignorance and frustration. I consider the accomplishment of having read and finished "Unified Reality Theory" with complete understanding of what it is that I had read, very rewarding. Imagine the joy of finding agreement with that which you have known all along but could not express for fear of being thought insane by the "Blind Guides."

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