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James S. Grotstein"It is as if this sly author infiltrated the motherboard of God’s computer and, with ecstatic voyeuristic glee, gazed upon the master plan for creation. This work is a daring, daunting, juggling act of so many disciplines that it should be a lofty sequel to DaVinci’s Code. The footnotes alone are worth the read. [The author] deliberately chose Finnegans Wake for the style of his presentation because [it] is so cosmic in its sweep, so eternal in its landscape, and so rife with rich puns. ...James Joyce would have loved this work.The context is extraordinary. There is union after union of eastern and western thought in terms of cosmology, religion, philosophy, psychoanalysis, biology, and lots more."
—Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA School of Medicine, author of Who is the Dreamer Who Dreams the Dream?