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When effects are perceived for which no clearly identifiable cause can be found, this generally leads to speculation. This is best seen with that which we call life. Life is that condition of union or intersection of the material with something else. When that union or intersection with that "something else" is gone, the condition of life as we understand it no longer exists. When this condition of "life" ceases; the material portion which "remains," is subject to and obeys natural law. But while the condition of life exists, the material portion consistently disobeys natural law, albeit within certain limitations. But since little is actually known about that cause for which the effect is what is known as life, all manner of speculation thrives.
But there are many other effects for which no material cause can be found. In "Donald Trump Candidacy According to Matthew?," his meteoric rise and seeming inability to fail are explained according to Biblical principles. Since this is a non-political work, his success was not actually prophesied, but no other conclusion could possibly have been drawn-and this was published long before he was even nominated. In "SHÂMAR TO SHARIA," the process of radical indoctrination is analyzed, and is shown to be a perversion of that very same thing God instructed man to do with the Commandments, and how this is not in any way limited to terrorists. "It's Not Just A Theory" examines the relationship between behavior and longevity according to both science and the Scriptures; and "according to both" also includes major consistencies. "Calvary's Hidden Truths" reveals many unknown facts about what actually occurred at that time. "Inevitable Balance" scientifically and Biblically explains that which is often observed but rarely understood: Why "What Goes Around Comes Around;" AKA karma, or the "law of compensation."
Originally published as individual monographs, a need was demonstrated to provide all of this information in one volume. So here is the response to that need. It is titled "Wisdom Essentials Vol. I;" and it seems fair to say that it would be extremely difficult, if not impossible to find this information anywhere else.-QPG, LLC
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Many consider Dr. Walker to be "the father of (a)etheric physics." Walker discounts this, stating that "physics is physics." "Psychology is physics-just a different manifestation of the same subject." He also disputes this "accusation of paternity" by noting that his works are not primarily concerned with intra-etheric phenomena; but rather with the interactions between this so called etheric or immaterial realm, and the material realm upon which we all live. He further insists that his job is much more akin to a detective, rather than an originator. "For centuries man has insisted upon piling dross upon that which is priceless, to suit his fancy or emotional needs at the time. Fortunately; and largely due to Strong and a few others; much is recoverable."
Dr. Walker (JB) is an interesting fellow. His bachelor's degree is in Public Administration and PoliSci. His Doctorate required courses in Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, Embryology, Osteology, Splanchnology, Syndesmology, Neurology, Histology, Cell Biology; as well as Physiology and Pathophysiology, and much more.
JB's insatiable quest for truth and wisdom led him to become a Master Mason, Royal Arch Mason, Royal and Select Master, and a Knights Templar. He studied with AMORC; "beyond the ninth degree." He studied Astrology under Sylvia Sherman; completing the entire two year curriculum. JB once commented after a meeting he had attended with top professional Astrologers: "In a sense I am glad this meeting is over. One hand grenade, and Astrology would have ceased to exist in the United States."
JB's vast knowledge provides him with a unique perspective with regard to "spiritual" matters. Always thinking-always learning; he often causes Bible "scholars" to become apoplectic; because when they have no intellectual argument, their emotions at a minimum remain undiminished. JB's guiding principles: "Learn Everything;" "Treat others as you would like to be treated;" and most importantly: "A thing that is, is; and thus cannot at the same time not be."
-Emma B. Quadrakoff