The Trinity Secret : Power of Three and Code of Creation Flaxman, Jones et al. New Page Books 2011
Reviewed by: Dr. Joseph S. Maresca
The book documents existing theories of the brain and consciousness. The Holy Spirit is seen as the breath of life or a vital force. We create life's experiences through the prism of our thoughts.
The concept of intention is a change in reality. This is only partially true. To change reality, we need work, motivation, practicality and the hard work of implementation. The Chinese believed that a Great Wall would insulate them from foreign invaders.
The belief was supported by 500 years of hard labor to make the concept a reality. The Great Wall has protected China for centuries and it may yet host solar energy panels to power China for millenia to come.
Over the years, many thinkers have contemplated a time machine for time travel. In implementation, humankind will need to traverse black holes or find ways to attach to comets in order to map out the universe and light images in varying stages of transport.
The book discusses the brain in some level of important detail. The hindbrain deals with survival issues. The mid-brain is concerned with auditory and visual issues. The forebrain deals with higher order thought, imagination and contemplation. The ego in the middle brain deals with wants and desires. A higher order of consciousness places us on some vantagepoint of the universal plane.
The book doesn't provide a road map for unifying the brain into a single cooperating unit or entity with a superstructure for managing thought sequencing, ranking and interconnectedness. At some point, all of us will die. The quintessential thought to ponder is the following:
What happens to the information contained within all of us? During life, we see things, experience events, articulate concepts, commit facts to memory and manage streams of information. Our professional licensure exams can test upwards of 20,000 pages of technical matter. This information just doesn't disappear at the time of our death. It must reside somewhere- perhaps in the DNA or on some spiritual or heuristic level yet to be tapped.
Many cultures refer to the end times. Yet, Nostradamos predicted the end of the earth to be the year 3797. Cayce envisioned 9 continents by the year 2100. Jesus Christ referred to His return in 20 centuries.
I do not adhere to the notion that end times are a foregone conclusion. Humankind has free will. With free will, we can act at any time to change things for the better. All that is needed is motivation and a catalyst to move teams of people forward toward a common unifying goal. Goal congruency and a unified effort will move agendas forward and solve intractable problems of every kind.
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"If you have ever wondered about the commonalities present in the religious practices of the world or why [the concept of] 'as above, so below' is always a matter of threes, thenThe Trinity Secretis for you. Well-written [and] well-documented, this is a book for everyone who takes religion seriously!" --Eldon Taylor, PhD, FAPA, New York Times best-selling author ofChoices and IllusionsandMind Programming