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If we took enough time to look into human history with a mind that is open to learning from our ancestors, instead of just seeing them as less civilized people, what precious gems of knowledge would we unearth? Psycosmos - A Synthesis on Human History & Spirituality studies human history and spirituality to arrive at the truth about human consciousness. Matthew Lamoureux, Tyler Zacharius, Richard McPherson, and Daniel B. Scott (AKA Team Psycosmos) believe that truth can be found by examining different religious beliefs and philosophical thoughts, as opposed to limiting oneself to one. Thus, the book touches on various ideas and perspectives that will challenge the average reader's beliefs and leaves it to them to do further research to discover more. Some of the aspects of human consciousness, spirituality, and history that the book covers include alchemy, duality, astrology, mentalism, the principle of gender, secret societies, and human psychology.
Psycosmos contains the largest collection of multifaceted information and ideas that I have ever read in one book. I'm an Aquarius who just learned that we are in the age of the Aquarius through the book—and I learned so much more. In a world that is becoming more sensitive to foreign opinions, Team Psycosmos speaks their truths about religion, politics, philosophy, genocide, and more aspects of humanity, regardless of whether they're politically correct or not. With a grandly thorough and deeply profound analysis of human history, Psycosmos offers the world a much-needed chance to learn from the past and escape from the mental prison or matrix many seem to be trapped in these days. Every truth-seeker out there should read Psycosmos. Also, be prepared to realize astronomical growth in knowledge!