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5.0 out of 5 stars The ignored Genius. A forgotten man with a God's eye view of the world.
This book details the startling theories of an obscure genius. Gottfried Leibniz was the discoverer of calculus and the designer of the binary number system which is vitally important to our modern, technologized society.

During his life, Leibniz had read every book which was available at the time. He is proposed by Hockney as the final holistic genius who...
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2.0 out of 5 stars James G
I have read several books of 'The God Series'. by this author. His basic premise is interesting and thought provoking. However they are all spoilt by his repetitive and continuous rant against orthodox science and religion. Consequently altho' i don't disagree with his views all six volumes could be replaced by one to get his point across.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The ignored Genius. A forgotten man with a God's eye view of the world., 20 Nov. 2014
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This book details the startling theories of an obscure genius. Gottfried Leibniz was the discoverer of calculus and the designer of the binary number system which is vitally important to our modern, technologized society.

During his life, Leibniz had read every book which was available at the time. He is proposed by Hockney as the final holistic genius who could articulate all areas of intellectual activity into one system. This system is Ontological Mathematics and his greatest gift to humanity was the concept of the Monad.

This is the singularity, the be all and end all, the soul itself.

This book is a rigorous introduction to his theories which may open the doors of ontological mathematics to the enlightened few.

Only his secretary may have attended Leibniz's funeral but his legacy persists in this book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars If you are reading this book no 3 in the ..., 9 April 2015
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If you are reading this book no 3 in the god series you already know what you're in for, maths, philosophy, psychology, religion these books are a heady mix of fascinating material and well worth the low price. Obviously start at one and work your way forwards. The text opens up the mind and allows logic and a cleansing after years of religious dogma and scientific materialism, here you will finally get some answers and they may not be what you expect. Feed your head read these books and most of all wonder.
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5.0 out of 5 stars In depth and enlightening, 19 Nov. 2013
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This book is not a casual read, there are a lot of concepts that might not be easy to grasp but it is a vital step in the journey of discovery that is presented in this series of books. A wonderful introduction to the genius that is Leibniz and the unveiling of his true monadology. Once you get your head round the truths presented in this series of books then all the most profound mysteries of existence will be uncovered.

Not for the faint hearted :P

I could never recommend this series of books enough, the difficulty is finding the right people to recommend them to!

Read them!
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2.0 out of 5 stars James G, 23 July 2013
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I have read several books of 'The God Series'. by this author. His basic premise is interesting and thought provoking. However they are all spoilt by his repetitive and continuous rant against orthodox science and religion. Consequently altho' i don't disagree with his views all six volumes could be replaced by one to get his point across.
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