Matilda Paxton

Biography

Matilda Paxton is University of Virginia Alumna. As a Member of Mensa and the International Society for Philosophical Enquiry, she has chosen to apply her intelligence to serious endeavors in hopes of making a contribution to humanity.

Ms. Paxton is a poet, sculptor, and teacher (from infants to university), and has developed a highly successful system for teaching learning-disabled students to be in charge of their own brains, enabling them to get off drugs and achieve honors in regular classes.

She has recently concentrated her energies on two books; 1=0 (One Equals Zero) which explains a new universal theory, and HOW TO PEACE, which provides an expanded explanation of the 1=0 Paradigm as it is applied to Human Behavior.

She has taught the 1=0 paradigm to university classes, and she has been a guest lecturer at Mensa International Gatherings on both subjects. Ms. Paxton lives in the Rochester, Minnesota area with her family.

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Books

1=0 (One Equals Zero)
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Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 19,330. Language: English. Published: August 21, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Physics
Did you think Infinity was beyond human comprehension? Ms. Paxton takes you step by step into a new way of thinking that allows you to understand how Infinity works and how we fit in. Embark on this adventure of the mind, and learn how to see your world and your life in a whole new way. 1=0 is the New Consciousness Paradigm based on the functions of infinity.
How To Peace
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Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 53,960. Language: English. Published: August 21, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » World politics
How To Peace examines the ways we have been functioning for millennia and why they have brought the world to its present state. As each chapter unfolds, get that "Aha!" response when what has been taken for granted as "just the way things are done" becomes exposed as the blatantly absurd and malfunctioning paradigm it actually is.

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