Book of Plebs
Essential reading for those asking serious spiritual questions about “God” and “Humanity” but who want answers based on logic and science, not religion. Our elevation from cave art to farming and technology has blinded us to the bigger reality that we readily acknowledged as “lesser beings.” We are conditioned to accept only the physical aspects of reality, which we now show to be the smallest. More
Book of Plebs - Description
“The problem with God is that 'He' is unbelievable.”
His world is turned upside down when the author is 'Commissioned' to tell the truth about God and re-brand the 'Image.' There are two problems here, and the first is that he never really believed in the old brand. The second problem is also his first revelation, as he finds that whether he believes or not, such commissions are not refused.
Wary of religious stereotypes presented to us over thousands of years, he is compelled to embark on a purely logical voyage of re-discovery and meticulously avoid theology and its associated mysticism. What he finds are compelling and startling revelations that point to the actual scope of the place we call reality.
Once reality is ‘seen,’ the floodgates open and it becomes obvious that humanity has already diverged into two very distinct species. They are divided by the manner in which they perceive wisdom and apply it, by the essence or the lack of their humanities.
Where two species compete for resources, there can only be parasitism or conflict, and here we have both. Our very real forces are engaged in a ruthless competition which will inevitably propel what remains of one of our species forward to long established aspirations, while the other drives itself into predestined extinction and non-existence.
It's time to decide. Are you be one of Us, or one of Them?
This is not a religious book, it is as unique as the truth. All religions were created by people, but all people were created by 'Something Else.' We will also learn as we read, that all of us are called to one side or the other in this confrontation. We are already at war and we all know of at least one casualty.