The God Gametes theory is a refreshing look at what may be both the meaning of life and the reason for its creation. It argues that life on earth and in fact our human consciousness, are universal entities. A model is presented that assumes our universe is a tiny part of a multiverse, arguing that the multiverse is a hierarchical structure, each level a reproductive system of intelligent living systems on the next higher level. We take a fictional look at our parent species on that next higher level to find they are far more complex creatures than us but their universe is older and will soon run out of fuel, to then die. Parent species know that to preserve their life and the billions of years of heritage they created they must reproduce on a lower multiverse level. This, we believe, is why humans have developed many features such as a large brain that make our survival on earth more difficult. Yet these features have evolved because they are needed by the reproductive system of the parent species.
Being dyslexic caused me plenty of grief while at school. And as a young adult who could not read, I missed out on a lot. I recall a friend encouraging me to read a book he thought I would enjoy. He said; “You should read this. You are the type of person who would really appreciate it.” That was a nice compliment but I did not read the book – I could not read! We have been evolved to decipher words carried on sound waves, entering our brains via our ears. Encoding words in print and taking them in through our eyes is not natural and we should not be surprised if many people cannot do it. Then there is the way the English language is written. Godfrey Dewey noted that 41 English phonemes are spelt 561 different ways. The ‘oo’ sound for example can be spelt 22 different ways. Certainly a challenge for people not naturally gifted with good reading and spelling skills. Thankfully though, computer text-to-speech as made it possible for me to cope with life in a world dominated by the printed word.
This book is for people who want to make better use of that mushy stuff between their ears. It is for intellectually-minded people (students and others) who want to develop their intellectual potential, enhance their intellectual awareness and so be better able to participate in one of the greatest quests of all - the quest for freedom.