Seeing Is Believing
From the beginning of time, man has been asking the following questions:
I have developed a theory and a model representation of that theory which I believe answer all of these questions.
Again, as I stated earlier, this theory began as a theory of 'The Mind'. The intent was to figure out the mind, to explain why people think and act the way they do, to figure out what makes up the mind - the pieces of the puzzle. As the pieces came together, I realized that the picture that I was creating was much more than I had ever imagined. The pieces of the puzzle turned into a picture, which turned into a 3-dimensional picture, which turned into a 4-dimensional picture, which turned into 5-dimensional (perhaps more?) picture. As the picture expanded, so did the scope of the theory, and so did the answers. The model of 'The Mind' then expanded to answer the question "Who am I?" which expanded to answer "What is the purpose of life?" and again even further to answer "Who is God?"
What is different about this theory is that it is not only based on philosophy, but it is also based on science. And it is not rocket science. It is basic, elementary science. Using science, I can actually show the answers by drawing a multidimensional diagram. You must "see" it to "see" it.
"I once was lost, but now am found;
Was blind, but now I see."
The purpose of this theory is:
1. To portray a model of 'The Mind'.
2. To answer the question "Who am I?"
3. To answer the question "What is the purpose/meaning of life?"
4. To answer the question "Who is God?"
5. Peace of Mind.
Peace on Earth.