A work of NON-FICTION, the theme of Astronrill is the truly unique discovery of the Neurotheological device that will propel Humanity now onwards . . . onto our very definite InterStellar future.

Astronrill presents a Complex Systems analysis of the civilisational timeline, which throws up the disconcerting finding that the U.S.A. in its present configuration has at best two decades left.

While it ranks among the select few books that deal with the empirical ramifications of humanity's long-drawn obsession with the 'spiritual', and the very material consequences of that pursuit; Astronrill is the first book to uniquely demonstrate how to harness these empirical processes in furtherance of Humanity's destiny among the stars.

The USA wants scientific progress, but this noble goal of enlightened existence stands stymied by the onslaught of pre-modern precepts; thereby exposing it to the dangers of underwriting follies that seamlessly ensnare it into the arena of the Clash of Civilisations.

Astronrill is Your Field Manual for safely negotiating the minefields of the Clash of Civilisations with its dangerously incendiary fault lines that are verily the Trenches of Armageddon.

Read it to form your own opinion, to inform your already formed opinion, or to challenge your fondly helped beliefs.


Astronrill is the confluence of long and sustained brainstorming over several decades in multiple disciplines. The work in Complex Systems & Neuroscience, as well as Higher Critical Historicism forms the foundation for the Jurisprudential rigour displayed by in-depth analysis of Jurisprudential situation of the contemporary world, especially as obtains in Western Christendom.

The staunchly empirical Neurotheological grounding enables the only coherent possibility within the fast-developing flash-points of the Clash of Civilisations.

In the finale, an awareness of Humanity’s destiny in Outer Space emerges thorough the Astrobiological analysis, that also provides a tantalising glimpse of how we may proceed rooted in the Science-Spirituality-Jurisprudence synchronisation.

Through the pages of ASTRONRILL, You will realise:

how events will take place in the coming decades in our world, deciphered with empirical rigour using a multi-disciplinary framework;

the glorious destiny in Outer Space that awaits us, inexorably and unremittingly, at a precise moment in time; and,

the necessity to get involved as early as possible in this critical mission enshrining Humanity's futures.
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