You and I just died… We didn’t see it coming. We were just standing on the same street corner when the car careened out of control and crushed us both to death.

It turns out the process of dying is rather simple. One moment we are human, the next moment we’re not. We just slip painlessly into a whole new realm.

In this new realm, one thing immediately becomes crystal clear; the human conscious-soul DOES live on after we die. From our new perspective, that debate has been settled. The skeptics of life-after-death are wrong, dead wrong. The two of us are dead, but now living proof that the skeptics were sadly mistaken.

 

Testimonial “You opened up my eyes to different ways of looking at things – I strongly believe fate put you in my path so I could use this new perspective shift to handle the obstacles that have come my way.”  Carrie Gauthier- Seattle WA

The view after we’re dead is incredible. It seems our conscious-souls, or the energy or intelligence that was within our body, have become two orbs of light. We are a distance apart but still united as one. There is no fear but rather just complete peace because there is comfort in that we can still sense one another and we’re not alone. It’s like our energy is still one or telepathically together as we astonishingly just float through space.

In the distance, the entire earth is visible with its glowing blue atmosphere slowly spinning through the darkness. The sun can be seen peeking over the horizon illuminating just a sliver of the planet where over six billion human beings are currently living their lives. And more importantly, over 100 billion have previously lived and died just like us.

When we die, not only do we remain alive but it’s incredibly more intense. It’s like we were in a cave and walk out into the morning sun. Our consciousness is heightened and becomes more alert, perceptive, and awake than ever. In essence, we feel so alive and awake that our previous consciousness, that as a human being on earth, seems like we were in a dense fog or sleepwalking.

This heightened consciousness also makes us incredibly more receptive of wisdom. Not just wisdom, but a profound, unimpeded wisdom that easily surpasses the most brilliant thinkers on earth. It’s like we’re in a class of thousand Einsteins yet we are smarter than everyone including the teacher.

This incredible flow of wisdom provides answers to the most complicated questions and it’s just pouring through us like we’re a storm sewer after a flooding rain. It’s like the answers are water rushing at full capacity, but there is still street full of water waiting to enter.

Furthermore, it’s all simultaneous. That is, we already get the answers at the same time we get the test. But there is no test. A better description is that the answers to any question floods in immediately the moment the question enters our mind. The shear volume of the information flow is a bit overwhelming yet somehow we are able to retain every drop.

As the stream of crystal clear answers are flowing through us, the entire veil of uncertainty, that we were accustom to as a human being on earth, is lifted. No longer do we experience the confusion and uncertainty that we wrestled with as mortal beings, it all just makes sense.

Just casually floating above the earth, you and I are now totally enveloped in unimpeded wisdom.

The Facts – This new, unbridled understanding is presented to us with crystal clarity and irrefutable certainty that we’ve come to recognize and can only describe as “the facts”. The facts are absolute answers to the most important questions that humanity has pondered for generations. It’s not answers to all questions but rather only answers to to the most important questions that if understood by human beings back on planet earth, would change the world for the better. With these answers, every human being on the spinning globe below would have a new, more accurate, perspective and they could all become better people.

And of course, the world could become a better place.

There’s something is unusual yet intentional about the wisdom we are receiving. It’s got an underlying point or it all seems to surround a certain theme. It doesn’t really “surround” this theme, more accurately it’s all a “result of” or a “derivative of” this theme. Kind of like sunshine is the result of the sun or a puddle is the derivative of rain.

The unmistakable theme of which all of this wisdom is centered is the misunderstood concept of “selfishness”. It turns out that that the facts we are receiving are used to recognize, identify, and isolate selfishness on planet earth. 

It now seems so simple. The facts, or the wisdom that compiles the facts, are invariably derived from the answers that confirm the truth about selfishness. 

Therefore, the “facts” is also an acronym for “Finding Answers that Confirm Truth about Selfishness”. It now makes perfect sense. The more we understand selfishness on planet earth, the more we can ascertain the truth that establishes the facts.

The practical applications to this new understanding also makes sense. Throughout all of existence, every living creature on earth, was and still is invariably tied to, and affected by, the degree of selfishness within the human conscious-soul. More importantly, all truth as we have come to understand and confirm it, can be established and deciphered  based on human “selfishness” and its impact on the world.

Turns out that we simply can not “find answers that confirm truth” without understanding and accepting how selfishness impacts our lives. This discovery that “truth” is bound by “selfishness” is of cosmic importance.

But how do we explore that and learn more?

It all starts with asking the right questions. You and I are now in a spiritual realm where answers are provided just as the questions are asked, so, let’s ask a few. Let’s start with a few of humanity’s most perplexing questions that can now be answered by the facts:

1. Is there God and was Einstein correct in stating; “There are only two ways to live your life: as though nothing is a miracle, or as though everything is a miracle”?  If one is right, is the other irrefutably wrong?

2. If there is God, is He omnipotent? Or, are there forces, like evil, that can not be controlled? If God can control evil, why is it permitted?

3. If God is omnipotent, is God one of unconditional love and forgiveness or is He vindictive as the Old Testament bible might suggest?  How can a benevolent God be indifferent to so much pain, suffering, and despair on earth?

4. If God is of unconditional love and forgiveness, is there hell? If so, why? Who are the evil people on earth that go to hell? On what criteria are we judged?

5. If there is a spiritual realm of heaven and hell, is it one or the other or some sort of blurred in between? If it is one or the other, is the earth in heaven or hell and how does that affect our human lives?

How do the correct answers to these questions, and many more, affect the lives of human beings on planet earth?

Now because of our death, you and I are able to answer these questions, and many others, with certainty and proof beyond any reasonable doubt. Throughout the rest of this book, we are able to provide answers with incontrovertible evidence that lifts the veil of uncertainty for those others that are still alive on planet earth and have the fortune of finding and reading this book. It’s our belief that this new understanding of the facts will improve the brief remainder of their human lives.

 

Overview – Below are the most obvious (90% of the people back on earth have already wondered about most of these topics) and important (there understanding will make massive change in every life) facts that we’ve just discovered within moments of our death. 

This is just an overview. These facts and others will be substantiated later in this book with insurmountable evidence so that the all uncertainty and confusion will be eliminated. That is, eliminated for all those human beings on earth willing to give them reasonable consideration. 

It’s OK if you, the human being back on earth reading this book, disagree with these facts. You’re supposed to. As a human being on planet earth, you are supposed to have your own paradigm of beliefs because life is about living AND learning. What’s important is that you are willing to open your mind to a new way of thinking, or willing to peek behind the curtain of confusion.

Think of it this way. Understanding the meaning of your life is a 1000 piece puzzle of which you’ve been assembling from the day you were born. Now, you’ve come to a point where it’s complete but one piece is missing. The facts in this book are just one piece of your 1000 piece puzzle, but they’re the missing piece.

As you read the summarized facts below, notice the purposeful pattern intended to create a new logical foundation for understanding at the outset, with the practical implications to follow. This is by design because as human beings on earth, we have a plethora of stimuli fighting for our attention. With that onslaught of information, it’s essential to establish a method to eliminate the irrelevant stimuli while distinguishing and retaining what matters most.

Also notice that this book could have a different, yet still appropriate title that reads “The most plausible theory of everything in existence”. This is noted because as you read and understand the facts, you will easily recognize that the “most plausible explanation” of everything you perceive as a human being comes into clear focus.

Here are the most obvious and important facts:

1. Everything is energy – Time for a quick physics 101 lesson! To understand a phenomenon like “selfishness”, we must first understand why there is such thing as a “phenomenon” in the first place. To do that, we have to understand just how the universe, and its inhabitants, are to be.

The big universe – Physicists on planet earth estimate that the universe is 45 billion light-years in diameter. A light-year is the distance that the speed of light (basically instantaneous to the human mind) can travel over the course of one human year.

For example, just imagine that you set this book down right now, go outside and flick your porch light on then off again. Exactly one year from now, you come back and pick up this book. The distance that the light you flicked on and off has traveled throughout the course of the 365 days is one light-year. Or 5.9 trillion miles. Now, take that number times 45 billion and you have the diameter of the universe. It’s inconceivably big.

Even more compelling is what’s called the space-time continuum. This premise concludes that space and time are invariably intertwined. And that from the nanosecond of the Big Bang (or big bounce depending on how many times it might have happened) until now, our universe has been expanding in size and time. And that space and time are limited to our universe with what’s beyond as a mystery.

Whats amazing about this is when we look into the night sky, we will see a star that is a million light-years away. So, not only is that star the distance that light can travel in a million years, we are also seeing that star as it was a million years ago. That star could implode and vanish tomorrow, but we won’t know that for a million years.

The small particles – Now let’s go from inconceivably big to infinitesimally small. The whole universe is comprised of atoms. These atoms are so small that about five million-million hydrogen atoms could fit into a pin head. Inside the atom there is a nucleus which itself is very small.

For example, if an atom were the size of a large house, the nucleus would be the size of a fly sitting on the kitchen table. What’s crazy is that all of the weight of the house would be inside the fly.

Now inside of the nucleus of the atom there are particles. Particles consist of protons, neutrons, as well as electrons that orbit the nucleus. These protons and neutrons are infinitesimally small but very heavy and carry a positive charge. Orbiting on the perimeter is what’s called the electron cloud. They call it a cloud because even thought electrons can be counted, they are always in a state of change moving about. This means you can count them but not catch them.

The distance between the orbiting electrons and the proton and neutron particles is what’s important. It’s remarkable. For example, if we were to make a proton the size of a beach ball, the nearest electron would be two miles away.

This is of crucial importance because it means that every thing we perceive to be a solid, like a rock, is actually nothing but particles and mostly space.

So when we look at a diamond, or a marble, or a bowling ball, we perceive something hard and solid but that’s only an illusion because of our own relative size to that object.

If human beings were the size of an electron, the inside of that bowling ball would would look something like what we see when we look up at the night sky; nothing but mostly space. Just imagine how big that beach ball would appear from two mile away.

Now, inside the particles, protons, neutrons, and electrons, is something even smaller; the quark. And inside the quark, to the best of our knowledge, is nothing but pure energy. 

So to conclude, in its most basic form, all in perceivable existence is simply energy. The study of the phenomenon in the physics world it’s called quantum theory (quan·tum the·o·ry – noun: a theory of matter and energy based on the concept of quanta, especially quantum mechanics).

This means there is no physical sun, there are no planets, no mountains, no trees, no cars, no human bodies, etc.. These perceived “things” are merely illusions in our mind created by a molecular dance of protons, neutrons, and electrons; which in their most basic form, are simply energy. So, all of reality, as we have come to understand it, is simply our own uniquely perceived construct of the energy accessible to us.

fact: This energy is positive or negative. Later in the book we will eventually be able to recognize how the negative energy provides the conduit for the selfishness in our lives.

2. The Conscious-soul and Lucid Dream – Because everything is simply energy and nothing is as it seems, we now recognize that our reality is actually just our own “perception” of reality.

But what or who is doing the “perceiving”? What is it that makes up “me” so that “I” can perceive the energy around “us”?

This “I”, “me”, and “us” is energy that makes up what’s called our “conscious-soul”. It’s the energy that powers our heart and gives us life. Our conscious-soul is our own unique omnipresent energy that is interconnected with the rest of the energy in the universe. Like all energy, our conscious-soul, according to the Law of Conservation, it can’t be increased or decreased and it can’t be eliminated. (The first law of thermodynamics, also known as Law of Conservation of Energy, states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed; energy can only be transferred or changed from one form to another)

So our conscious-soul (our own unique omnipresent energy) interacts with the other energy we encounter or experience as a human being, and our own perception of the world around us is formed.

Furthermore, our perceived realities (our conscious-soul interacting with the other energy we encounter as a human being) are not something we come to simply understand and explore, but more so something that we’ve come to create. This is fundamentally important because it means that our thoughts are are not a result of our reality but the force in creating our own reality. We are creating what’s called our “Lucid-dream”.

So how is the lucid-dream a byproduct of our thoughts? In creating our own lucid-dream, the “consciousness” that we experience, the perception we perceive, the reality we experience, is not a creation or result of our brain. Our consciousness was omnipresent with our conscious-soul before our brain (Law of Conservation of Energy). Therefore, our consciousness, the omnipresent component of our conscious-soul, and the lucid-dream it experiences here on earth, is not a product or result from our brain but is comprised of energy that actually gets stifled, filtered, or formed by our brain.

When our brain stifles the energy to and from our consciousness, it “limits” our access to and retention of the energy that surrounds us creating a lucid-dream state. This was discovered and documented by Dr. Eben Alexander who we will learn more about later.

This is crucially important to understand that our brain does NOT create our lucid-dream, but rather our lucid-dream is a fogginess of perception due to a deprivation of energy into our brain. Only when we die and separate our brain from our conscious-soul do we experience the energy of reality as it truly is – Total Consciousness.

fact: We will eventually recognize how the negative energy of selfishness permeates our lucid-dream and detrimentally distorts our perception of reality.

3. The past, NOW, and future – Because everything is simply energy, our lucid-dream is comprised of energy and has a beginning and an end. As we know, as humans we live in a space-time continuum so our lucid-dream has a past, a now, and a future. Only the now, this exact moment in time, is real. The past and the future are energy that does not exist. They’re energy that has already been, or has yet to be, transformed so they’re nothing but figments of our imagination, a dream within a lucid-dream so to speak, they’re not real.

Only the NOW, which navigates itself along with our lucid-dream, is real.

This is of crucial importance because of the manner in which we focus our “attention” during our lucid-dream. Our attention is what our mind is thinking about, or the energy of our mind is transforming, at any point in time. When we focus our attention too much on what is not real (energy that’s not in play), energy that’s simply our imagination or make believe, we are missing what’s real. In other words, we are spending our time on earth, our lucid-dream, dreaming about what could have been or what will be instead of just creating and living our actual lucid-dream.

fact: Only dreaming about what’s not real, the past and future (figments of our imagination), can permit negative selfishness into our lives. Selfishness can not enter the NOW. The NOW is where peace resides. The NOW is where equanimity rules (e·qua·nim·i·ty – noun: mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation).

4. Truth – There’s two types of truth; subjective and self-evident.

1. Subjective truth is based on our understanding, experiences, and emotions as a human being to date . It is the compilation of all the filtered energy we’ve encountered living our lives to that point. It’s this “subjective truth” that forms most of our beliefs and which in turn lead to our opinions.

2. Self-evident truth is based on irrefutable evidence, statistical probability, and rational reason of which no human being can disprove.

It’s now clear that the facts are derived from “self-evident truth” (objective ways of thinking based on reason). It’s a divine truth of which there would be no human disagreement.

On the other hand, human beings on earth have a conscious-soul that is accustomed to a “subjective truth” (subjective ways of thinking based on emotion, etc.). That is, truth on earth is subject to our individual perceptions of reality, or our own lucid-dreams, which are derived from our own unique earthly experiences. So, not one is the same. Obviously, this is why earthlings disagree on most things.

fact: Selfishness within the conscious-soul enables and encourages our subjective-truth to surmount or supersede self-evident truth creating a distorted lucid-dream.

4. NDE: Proof of the facts – There is proof for the claims above. It’s called a NDE: A Next Destination Experience. This is a supernatural experience that has happened to millions of human beings where they have temporarily transcended from the human realm into the spiritual realm and have come back to testify about it. This is proof because the corroborating evidence supporting these claims is so in abundance and consistent that makes it irrefutable.

In other words, one can choose to deny the overwhelming evidence that NDEs are proven supernatural experiences, but that’s no different than denying the holocaust or the sinking of the Titanic. All three are self-evident truth but that doesn’t stop some from denying that truth.

Furthermore, all attempts to debunk the NDA have indeed been debunked themselves. This will be explored in detail but suffice to conclude that all theories attempting to discredit the testimonies of NDE survivors end with an unsubstantiated hypothesis. They all conclude with “we just don’t know” because their subjective-truth prohibits them from accepting the evidence.

fact: The NDE proves that selfishness is the manifestation of evil on planet earth and that ultimately life is measured by our degree of selfishness.

5. There is a Creator – NDAs prove that there is intelligence behind the source of energy that is all life, love, and light. Not just NDAs, but all perceivable evidence supports intelligent design. Human beings fail to accept this self-evident fact subjective-truth supersedes reason, because skepticism is an innate human trait, and because our reluctant nature reserves judgement for all things that are unintelligible.

Selfishness exacerbates our skepticism.

6. There is heaven, hell, and Satan – There is a heaven and hell. These are spiritual realms comprised of positive and negative energy. One of life, love, and light, the other of death, fear, and darkness. Within the negative energy, there lurks an powerful, intelligent force for selfishness called the enemy or Satan.

Selfishness itself is the manifestation of evil within us all.

6. There is a right & wrong – Some refer to it as the Law of Human Nature. This means that all human beings, throughout all civilizations, adhere to moral principles that are implicit and universally accepted. Those principles are part and parcel of the golden rule: “do on to others as we would wish them to do to us”. This simple premise establishes morality and civility.

Selfishness provides for wrong to supersede right. 

7. Life is “suppose” to be difficult –  The underlying purpose of all human life is to experience the trials and tribulations of plight, and to grow spiritually though humility. Because these necessary conditions for difficulty are not present in heaven, the earth is in hell; or it is occupied territory by demons. Within what scientists have discovered as dark matter, the earth is positioned deep within the cesspool of negative energy that human beings refer to as hell.

Selfishness is rampant on earth because earth is submerged in hell.

9. Humility, the purpose of life – The purpose of life as a human being on planet earth is to experience the difficulty, the trials and tribulations, the pains an sorrows, the disappointment, etc., of human existence so that our conscious-souls might be humbled and hence move closer to the Creator, the source of love and all that’s good.

10. The truth about selfishness – The truth about “selfishness” might appear narrow in scope to human beings on earth but in the spiritual realm it’s all that matters. And it makes perfect sense. As a human being, everything in perceivable existence is invariably tied to the degree of selfishness on the planet. Right and wrong, rich and poor, good and evil, fair and unfair, etc., these distinctions are all derived from the degree of selfishness within the human conscious-soul on planet earth. The truth about selfishness impacts our lives in three most crucial areas:

  1. Faith – The ability to have an independent relationship with the Creator within our own perception of reality.

  2. Freedom – The ability to live our lives according to our own purpose.

  3. Finances – The ability to prosper as a human being on planet earth.

11. Selfishness is synonymous with sin – Selfishness is the manifestation of evil on planet earth. Just as there is a Creator, there is a Devil. The devil is an intelligent entity that exists within the negative energy and uses that as a force for selfishness and resistance against the Creator. Turns out that “selfishness” the single most influential, and detrimental, component of human life on planet earth. All self-evident truth can be understood by identifying and isolating selfishness. There are three types of selfishness.

  1. Individual selfishness – This is demanding that someone else conform to our own perception of reality.

  2. Coerced-collectivism – This is demanding that groups of people conform to our own perception of reality.

  3. Contrived-compassion – This is exploiting the plight of others in order to manipulate others to conform to our perception of reality.

This book – Finding answers that clarify truth about selfishness can change the world. It starts with you, the first reader of this book. Then it progresses, individual to individual, with everyone that you interact with. This unleashes a compounded effect where everyone who recognizes the facts inevitably becomes a key piece of a 7 billion piece puzzle that roots out the evil of selfishness on planet earth. It all starts with you. You’re the one.

Earthly Wisdom – To make our words more understandable for all who hear them, we will make reference to some of the most profound thinkers on planet earth. There are brilliant human beings that spent their entire lives philosophically trying to understand the meaning and purpose of life. We will use their discoveries and writings to help the rest of earth’s inhabitants recognize and apply the facts to their own lives.

Here is just a few of earths most intuitive human beings that will be helping our cause:

  • Aristotle

  • Plato

  • Confucius

  • Socrates

  • Machiavelli

  • Voltaire

  • Buddha

  • Jesus Christ

  • and others

And more contemporary thinkers like:

  • Albert Einstein

  • C.S. Lewis (Christian) We reference C.S. Lewis more so than any other human thinker not because he is a Christian, but because he more so than any other was able to capture and explain the unmistakably profound impact that selfishness has had on all human life and it’s affect on the space within the universe where human beings exist.

  • Eckhart Tolle

  • M. Scott Peck M.D.

  • Bertrand Russell (Atheist)

  • Christopher Hitchens. (Atheist)

  • and others

 

 1. Energy – All in perceivable existence is simply energy in its most basic form. This means there is no sun, there are no planets, no mountains, no trees, no cars, no human bodies. These are all illusions created by a molecular dance of protons, neutrons, and electrons; which in their most basic form, are simply energy.

Love, Light, and Life – This new realm does not consist of the type of energy that we are accustom to on earth but rather energy best described as a positive energy consisting of selfless love, light, and life, and negative energy consisting of selfish fear. It’s obvious there’s a source of the energy, we can both feel it. The energy is alive, intelligent, and undoubtedly derived from the omnipotent source of a Creator.

2. Life’s a Lucid Dream – Because everything is energy so nothing is as it seems, that means our reality is actually our “perception” of reality. The energy we experience as a human being interacts with he energy that makes up our brain and our perception of the world around us is created. Our “consciousness” is not created by our brain but rather stifled by our brain creating a dream state. Only when we die and remove our brain from our conscious-soul do we experience reality as it truly is – Total Consciousness.

Life’s a lucid dream – When we die, the energy that constructed our human body, those protons, neutron, and electrons that makes our atoms, remains with the earth but the “divine” energy that makes our conscious-soul moves on to a new spiritual realm. This creates a heightened form of consciousness. This heightened state makes it crystal clear that as human beings on earth, we are not totally conscious. Throughout or life as a human being, we do not have total consciousness and life as we experience it is nothing but a lucid dream. A dream constructed of energy and filtered through our minds as a perception of reality.

7. The Past, NOW, and Future – 

 

 3. Truth – There’s two types; subjective and self-evident.

– Subjective truth is based on our understanding and experiences as a human being to date.
– Self-evident truth is based on irrefutable evidence of which no human being can disprove.

In the spiritual world, the facts are derived from what’s called “self-evident truth” (Objective ways of thinking based on reason). It’s a divine truth. As a human being on earth, our conscious-soul is accustomed to a “subjective truth” (Subjective ways of thinking based on emotion and sentience). Truth on earth is based on individual perceptions of reality derived from our earthly experiences. It’s why we disagree on most things. In the spiritual realm, all truth is objective based on reason or what all human beings would eventually recognize to be self-evident.

The inexorable belief – Not one fact presented in this book can be refuted with evidence. That’s because these facts are supported by self-evident truth. However, as a human being on planet earth, we are incarcerated by our own subjective truth. That is, we have what’s called inexorable beliefs (in·ex·o·ra·ble – adjective – impossible to stop or prevent. impossible to persuade by request or entreaty) so we might disagree or not understand these facts at the outset. That’s to be expected so don’t let that deter one’s consideration. We shall all soon understand clearly without exception.

Many inexorable beliefs are a result of deception perpetrated by family, friends, or foes within the media. All governments use the media to gaslight in an “Orwellian” fashion, meaning they use themes of social injustice to foster an encroaching, controlling, authoritarian government.

5 types of deception

  • Lies. • providing false information.

  • Equivocations. • Making a vague or ambiguous statement.

  • Concealment. • Deception by omission.

  • Exaggerations. • Stretching the truth (opposite of understatements)

  • Understatements • we downplay the truth, “under-selling” something.

Gaslighting – The culmination and pinnacle of deception is an egregious form of mind control called gaslighting (ɡaslīt – verb -manipulate (someone) by psychological means into questioning their own sanity). All beliefs as a result of gaslighting are immediately dispelled by self-evident truth provided with the facts.

4. The Creator – There is intelligence behind the source of energy that is all life, love, and light. In fact, all perceivable evidence supports intelligent design. Human beings just don’t realize this because skepticism is an innate human trait and we reserve judgement for things that are unintelligible.

5. Heaven & Hell – There is a heaven and hell. These are spiritual realms comprised of positive and negative energy.  The earth on which we live is actually positioned within the cesspool of negative energy that human beings refer to as hell.

6. There is a Right and Wrong – It is called the Law of Human Nature. This means that all human beings, throughout all civilizations, adhere to principles that are universally accepted. Those principles are to “do on to others as we would wish them to do to us”. This premise establishes morality, and more importantly, it establishes the difference between selfishness and selflessness.

C.S. Lewis put it this way: “First, that human beings, all over the earth, have this curious idea that they ought to behave in a certain way, and cannot really get rid of it. Secondly, that they do not in fact behave in that way. They know the Law of Nature; they break it. These two facts are the foundation of all clear thinking about ourselves and the universe we live in”.

7. Life is “suppose” to be difficult – The earth is in hell. but there’s good reason for that. The earth on which we live is actually positioned within the cesspool of negative energy that human beings refer to as hell. Life is supposed to be difficult. The underlying purpose of all human life is to experience the perils of hell, the trials and tribulations of plight, and to grow spiritually though humility.

C.S. Lewis “But if suffering is good, ought it not to be pursued rather than avoided? I answer that suffering is not good in itself. What is good in any painful experience is, for the sufferer, his submission to the will of God, and, for the spectators, the compassion aroused and the acts of mercy to which it leads. In the fallen and partially redeemed universe we may distinguish (1) The simple good descending from God, (2) The simple evil produced by rebellious creatures, and (3) the exploitation of that evil by God for His redemptive purpose, which produces (4) the complex good to which accepted; suffering and repented sin contribute.”

8. There is proof of a spiritual world – It’s called a NDE, a Next Destination Experience. This is a supernatural experience that has happened to millions of human beings where they have temporarily transcended from the human realm into the spiritual realm and have come back to testify about it.

9. Humility, the purpose of life – The purpose of life as a human being on planet earth is to experience the difficulty, the trials and tribulations, the pains an sorrows, the disappointment, etc., of human existence so that our conscious-souls might be humbled and hence move closer to the Creator, the source of love and all that’s good.

 

Individual Selfishness

C.S. Lewis: “This “original” sin has been described by Saint Augustine as the result of Pride, of the movement whereby a creature (that is, an essentially dependent being whose principle of existence lies not in itself but in another) tries to set up on its own, to exist for itself.31 Such a sin requires no complex social conditions, no extended experience, no great intellectual development. From the moment a creature becomes aware of God as God and of itself as self, the terrible alternative of choosing God or self for the centre is opened to it. “

 

Coerced-Collectivism

C.S. Lewis: “One of the marks of a certain type of bad man is that he cannot give up a thing himself without wanting every one else to give it up. “

C. Contrived-Compassion

C.S. Lewis: ” A reaction — in itself wholesome — is now going on against purely private or domestic conceptions of morality, a re-awakening of the social conscience. We feel ourselves to be involved in an iniquitous social system and to share a corporate guilt. This is very true: but the enemy can exploit even truths to our deception. Beware lest you are making use of the idea of corporate guilt to distract your attention from those hum-drum, old fashioned guilts of your own which have nothing to do with “the system” and of your own which have nothing to do with “the system” and which can be dealt with without waiting for the millennium. For corporate guilt perhaps cannot be, and certainly is not, felt with the same force as personal guilt. For most of us, as we now are, this conception is a mere excuse for evading the real issue When we have really learned to know our individual corruption, then indeed we can go on to think of the corporate guilt and can hardly think of it too much, But we must learn to walk before we run.”

10. There is a truth about selfishness – The truth about “selfishness” might appear narrow in scope to human beings on earth but in the spiritual realm, it’s all that matters and makes perfect sense. Everything in perceivable existence as a human being is invariably tied to the degree of human selfishness on planet earth. Right and wrong, rich and poor, good and evil, fair and unfair, etc., these distinctions are all derived from the degree of selfishness within the human conscious-soul on planet earth. The truth about selfishness impacts our lives in three most crucial areas:

  1. Faith – The right to our own beliefs: This is the most innate human right. It’s the ability to have an independent relationship with the Creator within our own perception of reality.

  2. Freedom – The right to our own destiny: This is the most sacrosanct human right. It’s the ability to live our lives according to our own purpose.

  3. Finances – The right to our own prosperity: This is the most essential human right. It’s the ability to prosper as a human being on planet earth.

C.S. Lewis “That is the key to history. Terrific energy is expended—civilizations are built up—excellent institutions devised; but each time something goes wrong. Some fatal flaw always brings the selfish and cruel people to the top and it all slides back into misery and ruin”.

 

Faith

Freedom

Finance

 

11. Selfishness, Sin, and Religion – Selfishness is the manifestation of evil on planet earth. Just as there is a Creator, there is a Devil. The devil is an intelligent entity that exists within the negative energy and uses that as a force for selfishness and resistance against the Creator. Turns out that “selfishness” the single most influential, and detrimental, component of human life on planet earth. All self-evident truth can be understood by isolating and identifying selfishness. There are three types of selfishness.

  1. Individual selfishness – This is demanding that someone else conform to our own perception of reality.

  2. Coerced-collectivism – This is demanding that groups of people conform to our own perception of reality.

  3. Contrived-compassion – This is exploiting the plight of others in order to manipulate others to conform to our perception of reality.

There is something inherent in all human beings that we institutionally recognize needs to be corrected. C.S. Lewis put it this way: “C.S. Lewis put it this way: “First, that human beings, all over the earth, have this curious idea that they ought to behave in a certain way, and cannot really get rid of it. Secondly, that they do not in fact behave in that way. They know the Law of Nature; they break it. These two facts are the foundation of all clear thinking about ourselves and the universe we live in”.

12. The Armageddon – It doesn’t matter if we believe in scripture or not, the premise of the Armageddon is accurate in this sense, there is a battle between good and evil on planet earth and evil will prevail. 

The accuracy or believably in the Book of Revelation’s prophecy of predicting the end of the world rapture and Armageddon is irrelevant. It’s the logical assertion that something of that nature, (I.e. the Antichrist would lead a one-world government to bring about the end of civilization) that is most plausible. If we were to conclude that eventually humanity would bring about its own demise, how else would one envision such an event would take place?

So, it’s safe and within absolute reason to conclude that this outcome is inevitable, not because it’s written within the Book of Revelations, but because logic and common sense confirm it.

13. The Battle for the Money – Selfishness, the manifestation of evil on earth, has no more insatiable lure than money. It’s the prize. Gathering money, excessive, obscene amounts of money is the conduit to power. Money buys power and prestige.

14. Banks & Government – Free Americans can change the world. America is exceptional not because it has the most freedom, but because it is the only country with armed free people that can protect and provide freedom to others. The world’s prosperity, and arguably its existence, depends on the unwavering resolve of those human beings still free in America.

Take a moment to imagine our world if America were to take these three steps:

  1. Individuals – Limit any persons worth to 50 million dollars. To live and do business in America, you can only accumulate a king’s ransom. The additional dollars can be given tax free to anyone but government. This saves the donor’s soul, redistributes tax-free wealth to those with less, and will cause an economic growth explosion around the world causing increased prosperity to billions of human beings.

  2. Banks – Ban amortization. This will eliminate the enslavement that banks have with all of humanity.

  3. Government – Cap government spending. Balanced budgets don’t work because they provide for unlimited spending. Cap spending and we will see immediate elimination of deficits, debt, and unprecedented economic growth.

15. Deep-State American Liberals – Are American liberals. with their unwavering support for state-mandated solutions to the world’s problems, their inexorable demand that “fairness” be attained through taxation and government spending, and that their sanctimonious if not conceited belief that they are more compassionate than others, the “most selfish” people on the planet?

Absolutely not! This question is as outrageous as it is unnecessary. Most American liberals are the “most compassionate” people on the planet so by no means could they be most selfish. The title of “most selfish” is reserved for America’s rich, the 1%.

American liberals exhibit unwavering compassion for the poor, the planet, and all the cruel inequities in the world. We all understand that it’s the American liberal that sets the moral standard for altruism as they selflessly champion the cause of the downtrodden, the disparaged, and the disenfranchised of this world. 

Right? In all of humanity, has there ever been a more noble crusader for fairness than the American liberal?

Proof? – If the members of my extended family are any indication, the above observations about the American liberal are demonstrably true. In the name of compassion, they fight for fairness and their beneficence will never waiver.

How then, could one ever suggest that American liberals would be not just selfish, but the “most selfish” people on the planet? It must be one of two cases:

Ignorance? Could it be that there are inconvenient truths about the liberal political ideology that are proven detrimental to a free society, and that some liberals are too selfish to listen, care, or take the time to understand?

Greed? Could it be that some liberals are actually “leftist” in that they completely understand the perils of their government-first political ideology but have selfish ulterior motives (like they want power and money) causing a deceptive denial of the detrimental ramifications, and the self-serving goals, of their clandestine political agenda?

Let’s take a closer look.

Physics of Selfishness – As discussed earlier in the book, first to understand selfishness, we must understand the context in which “selfishness” is established. In the world of physics, experts agree that reality, in its most basic form, is simply energy. Nothing more, nothing less. This means there are no mountains, trees, cars, or human beings in the world, there’s just illusions of these things constructed by energy. In other words, matter (a physical substance) is just a molecular dance of protons, neutrons, and electrons that create the illusion of a solid (like a rock-hard diamond on someone’s finger), but in actuality, that diamond is nothing but energy-bonding and a wealth of empty space.

So, because everything is simply an illusion, discoveries in quantum physics conclude that there is no one universal reality, there’s only “our own” individual perceptions of reality. This means that no two perceptions of reality are the same and that our paradigms of the world we live in are as unique as our own DNA.

This division between two perceived realities gets exacerbated the more stringent our individual convictions or beliefs. This is why we tend to disagree with each other and find it more and more impossible to see eye-to-eye or find common ground. Disagreements escalate because the more adamant we are in our own perception of reality, the more intolerable we are to the perceived reality of others. 

Most importantly, this means that our own individual perception of reality, our own illusion, is not something we just come to understand and explore (living life), but rather something we’re always creating by listening, learning and understanding the perception of others.

Exhibited Selfishness – So, in this context, “selfishness” can accurately be described as “demanding that others conform to our own perception of reality” with disregard or intolerance for the legitimate perceptions of others. Selfishness is exhibited when we are so adamant about our own beliefs that we are willing to sacrifice the freedoms of others (endowed by our Creator) to coerce them into our own perception or preferences of reality.

Coerced-collectivism – On a larger scale, this selfishness is what’s called “coerced-collectivism” which means to force larger groups of people to do as we believe. This coercing becomes usurping when it’s employed using the strong-arm tactics of governments, religions or other entities in a position of power.

Of course, selfishness still includes the obvious, like stealing, hoarding money, hurting somebody, cheating, etc., but these are all part and parcel of demanding that others conform to our own preferred perception of reality, or that our own perception of reality supersedes the legitimacy of others.

Who’s selfish? – Because we all have our own unique perception of reality, does that mean that all perceptions of reality merit equal reverence or disdain? Of course not. Both Jesus and Hitler had unique perceptions of reality, one was of selfless freedom and love and the other of selfish coerced-collectivism, usurpation, evil and fear.

Liberalism, Leftism, and the American liberal – It is also important to understand the distinction between a liberal, a leftist, and an American liberal:

Liberalism – Demonstrated Compassion: Open to new behavior or opinions and willing to discard traditional values. Willing to give up ALL they have (time and money) because altruism must be attained. Most importantly, sacrifice starts with “me” first.

Leftism – Government mandated contrived-compassion: The liberal, socialist, or radical section of a political party or system. They use contrived-compassion (a manufactured concern for the underclass, when actually it’s all about empowering themselves) to clandestinely create coerced-collectivism to increase power over the governed. Leftist of this nature control all Fascist, Communist, Socialist, and Democratic Socialist governments in the world.

American Liberals – Contrived-compassion – Liberalism with American privilege and without sacrifice. It’s contrived (a manufactured concern for the underclass, when actually it’s all about the public persona of themselves) because most are not willing to do first, and solely by themselves, what they propose others should do. American liberals are the most fortunate and pampered class of people in the world, yet they are the most vocal with self-serving complaint.

American Liberalism depends on the exploitation of “class-envy” and “racism” to perpetuate an underclass of victims in need of their contrived-compassion.

Liberalism is based on emotion, Leftism is a diabolical political agenda with the sole intention of growing the size and scope of authoritative government, and American Liberalism uses contrived-compassion to perpetuate victim-hood so they can feel better about themselves.

Don’t believe that? Let’s ask ourselves these alphabetized questions to learn a little more about the American Liberal’s perception of reality:

Am I Selfish? – Would it not be selfish that I would be so confident, adamant, and complacent in my own perception of reality as to predetermine that the rest of the questions in this chapter are unworthy of my consideration?

Abortion – Would it not be selfish to claim “pro-choice”, when  it actually discourages the choice of adoption and encourages the choice of abortion when their are desperate couples, who can’t have children, lined up for miles, waiting for years, and who have paid thousands to adopt that aborted baby?

Academia – Would it not be selfish to demand unlimited taxpayer funding of a public-school system that stymies objectivity with a liberal indoctrination, that is protected by a corrupt “tenured” process that is proven to produce teacher complacency rather than accountability, and that adheres to a “one size fits all” curriculum rather than a “to each according to their strengths” in order to simplify the process for teachers, all while claiming “no child left behind”?

Antifa – Would it not be selfish to support and encourage a leftist movement that in Orwellian fashion claims to be anti-fascist yet supports the same fascist authoritative government ideology that other fascists around the world have deployed to usurp the freedoms of their people?

Antifa vs. Trump – Would it not be selfish to conclude that Trump is a fascist when never in the history of the world has a fascist reduced government regulations, gave money back to the people through tax cuts, and is supported mostly by those that detest government control?

Arrogance – Would it not be selfish not to recognize that most fortunate group of people in the world, American liberals, would squash the “only hope of freedom” held by billions of people around the world with their utter disdain for America and the standards for which made this country great?

Big Business – Would it not be selfish not to acknowledge that big business, a previous villain of liberals, are now owned, managed, and staffed with liberals, and that the biggest of them all, I.e. Amazon, Twitter, Facebook, and most others are taking steps to curtail conservative voices?

Big Government – Would it not be selfish to demand that authoritative government (not just ours but all governments are authoritative, that’s the nature and purpose of government) be our only considered means of solving the world’s problems? 

Colin  Kaepernick – Would it not be selfish to support protest during the national anthem, rather than before or after, when that protest offends the veterans that put their life on the line to protect our freedom to protest?

Compassion – Would it not be selfish to think that we are more compassionate than our neighbor because we are to use strong-armed government, and other people’s money, to mandate the fairness that “we believe” (God doesn’t want fairness, or He would have created drones instead of human beings) is absent from society?

Corruption – Would it not be selfish to demand that the bureaucratic state (when all government bureaucracies historically have an atrocious record of ineptitude, inefficiency, and a lack of accountability), without alternative consideration, be the only apparatus or vehicle of which we propose to correct the wrongs in the world?

The Deep State – Would it not be selfish to deny the existence of a deep-state (career Washington bureaucrats who are constantly working behind the scene to keep money flowing to themselves), to demand that it doesn’t exist, in order to protect a Washington establishment (career politicians, both Republican and Democrat) that would be above the law in protecting their own self-interest (their self-interest being solely the money that flows into government and thus into their pockets)?

Donald Trump – Would it not be selfish to fail to acknowledge that American liberals elected Donald Trump because Trump is a backlash to Barack Obama (arguably the most socialist president in American history) and had liberals stayed politically moderate, we would have no President Trump?

Donald Trump – Would it not be selfish to suggest that Trump is a product of white privilege racism rather than a voice of the people (a result of the Tea Party whose platform simply demands government accountability) that are sick and tired of liberal, leftist, big failed government disappointments?

The establishment – Would it not be selfish to recognize that the American political battle is not between Democrats and Republicans anymore but now a battle between the private sector (Trump and the anti-status quo supporters) and the public sector (the establishment political class and the liberal, socialist ideology that empowers them) and that Trump would be considered no different than an original Tea Party patriot in defiance of mother England?

The flag – Would it not be selfish to protest the flag, or the national anthem, when both of those symbols represent the freedom that most of us take for granted, the Americans who died fighting for that freedom, and the hope of freedom for billions around the world?

Fairness – Would it not be selfish to demand that the liberal vision of creating fairness (government mandated) be the only means to attain equality when true fairness can never be attained, only attempted, and to do so using government requires an abridgment of the freedom of others?

Government Employee – Would it not be selfish to fight for the rights and protection of a government employee, who after 20 years can retire with a full pension, rather than the taxpayer without the guaranteed pension, who after 39 years of paying taxes, can still be jailed for tax evasion?

Government Pensions – Would it not be selfish to demand government pension plans where over 50% of the government’s budget, and over 50% of the national debt, is a taxpayer funded IOU to retired government employees, most of who are still young enough to work, and most of which do not need the money?

Healthcare – Would it not be selfish to demand a healthcare solution that is so devoid of intellectual consideration, so pretentious and juvenile (that a 12-year-old would thoughtlessly come to the same conclusion) as single-payer (group us all together for one big pool) rather than competition-based alternatives that then pool, and government supports, those with exceptional needs like preexisting conditions?

Illegal Immigration – Would it not be selfish to ignore the needs of the poor already in America and demand that illegal immigration (cutting in line) be tolerated and even encouraged as opposed to widening the doors to a sensible, structured legal immigration?

IRS – Would it not be selfish to encourage the most feared collection agency in America when only Private Sector (the hiker going up the mountain) participants are audited, and at times imprisoned, to guarantee payment to the Public Sector (the backpack the hikers has to carry up the mountain)?

Media – Would it not be selfish not to acknowledge that a media, whose agenda irrefutably embraced and coddled the leftist philosophy of Obama, yet has displayed nothing but disdain and resentment for the conservative philosophy of Trump, is indeed, without exception, liberally biased?

N.O.W – Would it not be selfish to ignore the fraud within the National Organization of Women when that organization is proven to have disdain for millions of politically conservative women most notably Sarah Palin, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Ivanka Trump, and Kellyanne Conway?

NAACP – Would it not be selfish to ignore the fraud within the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People when that organization is proven to have disdain for thousands of politically conservative black Americans most notably American Economist Thomas Sowell, presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson, conservative commentator Walter Williams, and their most egregious opposition to the first black American nomination to the supreme court, Clarence Thomas?

Plan Parenthood – Would it not be selfish to demand public funding (meaning we “all” pay even if we disagree, not unlike we should “all” pay for other’s guns even if we disagree) for Planned Parenthood of which has been proven to have nothing to do with “planning for parenthood” (they refuse to provide adoption options which is part of planning parenthood as much as abortion) but rather, by the words of it’s own executives, is and abortion machine that will sell aborted fetuses for money?

Political Platform – Would it not be selfish to support a simpleton “freebies” liberal political platform that promises “others will pay for what you can have for free” as opposed to a personal responsibility conservative platform that cautions ” we are all required to work or contribute for what we shall take”?

Racism – Would it not be selfish to call someone a racist (the most defamatory and repugnant of all allegations) based on something they said, rather than the behavior they’ve exhibited towards minorities throughout the course of their life?

Separation of church and state – Would it not be selfish for us to demand that Atheism (which is a “belief” like any other religion just different in that it’s a belief there is no spiritual realm or God) does not abridge the “separation of church and state” thus allowing the Atheist philosophy (absence of God) to become the defacto religion of the state?

Socialism – Would it not be selfish to demand the United States enact political ideology that history proves will fail, that is explicitly prohibited by the US Constitution, that usurps freedoms with the impossible promise of fairness, and that most Americans are naive to its perils?

Social Security – Would it not be selfish to support an protect a government establishment that has squandered the social security savings of millions of tax-paying Americans using the money to create pensions for themselves?

Taxes – Would it not be selfish for us to demand that others pay more in taxes when there is a documented, irrefutable, gross misuse of government spending and it’s hypocritical that we would never just pay more in taxes ourselves (like we recycle when others don’t) without coercing others to do first?

Welfare – Would it not be selfish to demand a welfare state that has failed its inhabitants for decades, created government dependencies that has destroyed their hope, and is exploited by bureaucrats that pocket 90% of every dollar allocated?

Wealth Disparity – Would it not be selfish to deny that the wealth disparity (5% of the richest Americans control 70% of the wealth) is a problem that both conservatives and liberals recognize but the difference is how to solve it, leftist want taxes (where government pockets 90% and gives poor pittens) or conservatives propose tax credits (money goes directly to the poor) with mandates that corporations institute profit sharing?

Women’s Rights – Would it not be selfish to claim one is for women’s rights when that excludes and resents all women that do not support a leftist agenda?

YOU – Would it not be selfish for you, the reader of this information, to not share this right now so that every American might have to chance to understand the irrefutable selfishness of the American liberal?

16. True Joy comes ONLY through giving – Happiness comes in the form of a Ferrari but true joy only comes through giving. This means true joy can only be received by putting other conscious-souls, and their unique perception of reality, ahead of yours.

Make no mistake, the Creator’s purpose for our humanly lives has zero to do with ourselves and everything to do with others. That doesn’t mean we are not supposed to enjoy our lives. It means that the only way to enjoy your life is through giving of your self, and your unique paradigm of reality, to others.