Three Proofs That God Exists

Three Proofs That God Exists

by Walt Runkis

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Overview

Scientifically combining Eastern mysticism and Western metaphysics with miracles and magic, and elements from near-death experiences, death-related visions, proven accounts of reincarnation, archaeological evidence, and an esoteric grasp of the arcane mysteries, Three Empirical Proofs shine forth. This structure of empirical evidence proves, to a ""statistical certainty,"" that all of these diverse phenomena are the intricately interrelated workings of the ""Non-Mechanical Universe,"" the Cosmic Consciousness that we call God. Walt Runkis is an autodidact and Renaissance man: Scientist, inventor, artist, goldsmith, author, and serial entrepreneur. He has two patents issued in immunochemistry, plus three patents issued and one pending in cryptographic network cyber security. Walt was born with a high IQ and an insatiable curiosity. His left brain delved deeply enough into chemistry and physics to give him a basic understanding of how the mechanical universe work, while his right brain stretched his consciousness far enough to know it is not a mechanical universe in which we live. Walt was a decorated Sergeant E-5 in the U.S. Marine Corps, where he served as a Marine ASRAT for a year in Chu Lai and Marbie Mountain, Vietnam (1965-66).

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781641824316
Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers LLC
Publication date: 06/28/2019
Pages: 314
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.85(d)

About the Author

Walt Runkis is an autodidact and Renaissance man: Scientist, inventor, artist, goldsmith, author, and serial entrepreneur. He has two patents issued in immunochemistry, plus three patents issued and one pending in cryptographic network cyber security. Walt was born with a high IQ and an insatiable curiosity. His left brain delved deeply enough into chemistry and physics to give him a basic understanding of how the mechanical universe work, while his right brain stretched his consciousness far enough to know it is not a mechanical universe in which we live. Walt was a decorated Sergeant E-5 in the U.S. Marine Corps, where he served as a Marine ASRAT for a year in Chu Lai and Marbie Mountain, Vietnam (1965-66).

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