An in-depth analysis of the integration of the Seven Liberal Arts into one unified discipline: the Esoteric Science, demonstrating the educational system of antiquity is superior to our modern paradigm.
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Born in Jersey City, New Jersey in June 1948 the author was raised in a Catholic environment never to understand what his religion was all about. The author's questions to those in the Church and the educational system responsible for his upbringing fell upon deaf ears and/or he was made to feel that he was an annoyance for asking questions that were generally, at least to the authorities, understood to have no answers. Throughout the rest of his life right up to the present moment he slowly lost all respect for the academic and religious communities. This total disdain for the academic and religious communities would ultimately become the driving force in his life to prove that they were wrong and that life did have the answers for those that searched for them. Having enlisted in the Army in December 1967 the author served his country as a Medical Corpsman spending an 11-month tour in Viet Nam. The author obtained an Honorable Discharge via a Medical Discharge with a 20% disability. The experience in Viet Nam cause him to become introspective and he began quietly to search out the deeper meaning to life's more perplexing questions. Taking advantage of the GI Bill the author enrolled in Computer Program Courses obtaining an AOS Degree in Computer Programming. Some years later he would return to college to further his education in computers and obtain two additional AOS Degrees in Information Technology Internet Administration and Information Technology Programming. In August 1974 the author began seriously to study the Judeao Christian Scriptures beginning with the King James Version. Over the years he has built an extensive library geared to explaining the Bible. In December 1976/January 1977 he began to study the metaphysical works of Mary Baker G. Eddy (Christian Science) from which he was influence a great deal in his overall outlook on life. On April 11th-15th 1983 after making a major mathematical breakthrou
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Book Description Trafford on Demand Pub, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 448 pages. 10.50x7.75x1.00 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1412010128
Book Description Trafford Publishing, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111412010128