On a ship it was the Captain's job to find balance. But, a ship wasn't the world: the world was far bigger. Where was the world's balance? Did he even know himself? Was there anything at all he could pass on to a seven- year-old boy?
We, THE DROWNED by Carsten Jenson
The smallest possible particle is the common building block of all that exists and so to isolate it is to pinpoint the center of the universe. The current means to the particle is by bombarding the atom into ever smaller units (Hadron Collider). The problem with this approach is that it is unaware that the smallest particle is also the most powerful force in the universe and furthermore that it is constantly disappearing. This universal on/off is called Eternal Recurrence and the knowledge was fundamental in particular to the ancient traditions of China and Egypt. The Pharaoh Akhenaton (1500 BC) and Lao Tzu (Tao-te-Ching, 400 BC) used all in their power to imprint eternal recurrence for future generations and it is now possible using the current sciences to put wheels under the metaphors. The books on this website unite ancient wisdom with modern knowledge and provides an opportunity for one and all to finally begin transcending the world as we know it.
Akhenaton (1500 BC)
Eternal Recurrence is the dynamic that engages the common center of everything. It is more intimate to us than breathing yet it remains unknown. I am seeking brave souls who are not afraid to challenge the current standards. I believe that all knowledge is within the individual and that 'students are not vessels to be filled but lamps to be lit' (Aristotle). Awareness of eternal recurrence is essential but achieving it requires a special kind of courage. All is explained in my short books (free): Eternal Recurrence ...A Step out of Time and The Emergent Principle (scroll down).
My name is tom kitt and I am available to answer questions. I also welcome invitations to attend meetings of individuals who have studied the work. I live in the NY area.
Tel: 516 430 9016
Man is as a flower that thinks to live.