The Truth and The Way

Page Publishing Inc
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 Many people are searching for a belief system that works for them. I see religions that are outdated and contain superstitions. We thought the earth was flat over 550 years ago so many assumptions that were made thousands of years ago are worth debating. I have always taken The Truth to be exactly that. I find Monotheism to be lacking. Yes, I believe in a Creator and a Curator but, of this realm not "apart from the universe". I prefer Panentheism, "One God exists and is present to/with each entity in the universe.” I believe in a new name for God in order to specify a Panentiest Creator, I use the name Me-She-kin-Noquah. This is in honor of Chief Little Turtle who was head of the Miami Indians from the greater Fort Wayne, IN area. I use science to use deductive logic. For example it is said and believed that God created the earth. We now know our Sun created the earth. Therefore our sun is God (for our solar system). I also believe that the surface of our sun, the chromosphere is, "The big white light" that people who have the near death experience see. This event is their soul going to Heaven. The Chromosphere is the origin for coronal hole mass ejections which originate from sun spots. Some of these high speed streams are earth directed and interphase with the earth’s magnetosphere. The magnetosphere guides the migratory birds and fish - this is scientific fact. It is thru this process that Me-She-kin-Noquah, our sun connects with the earth and directs activities on earth including we human beings. It is from this point of view based upon science that I compare and contrast various religions and their belief systems. Natural Forces is The Truth. Sequence of Actions is The Way. Sequence of Actions is an hour long work out that includes boxing and martial arts techniques along with self-hypnosis to positively change human behavior.
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 John H. Taylor is a graduate of Homestead High School in Fort Wayne, IN in 1977. He attended Indiana University on a full football scholarship from 1977 through 1982 when he received a BS from The Indiana University Business School. John boxed in the golden gloves in 1982 and started martial arts training at age thirty-three. He studied under two instructors until the age of thirty-nine, now it is more of an occasional hobby. John has worked in the business sector for twenty-eight years mostly in the soft drink industry until semi retiring in 2010. John has always found belief systems interesting yet, most are lacking in that they are full of superstitious tales. He has attempted to glean the truths from the inaccuracies regarding ancient religions of all types. John has always been interested in psychology with Carl Jung being his favorite. John is a non-conformist that seeks knowledge. Now he feels the time is right to get his book, The Truth & The Way published.

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Page Publishing Inc
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Published on
Apr 21, 2015
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Pages
64
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ISBN
9781681396279
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Language
English
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Religion / Spirituality
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