Maracas Valley, Trinidad and Tobago (PRWEB) September 20, 2011
The quest for truth concerning the Almighty and our relationship to it is just one of the impetuses that inspire Home of Jahism: The 019696910 Spiritual Path of Creation, Lifeforce & 9Movement (published by iUniverse), by Nkosi Aberdeen.
“It is intended for everyone (universal readership) regardless of color, creed, nationality, etc.,” claims Aberdeen. Home of Jahism is a book divided into several parts, each discussing one aspect of the numerologically-based theory of divinity that Aberdeen is explaining.
The first section of the book explains Aberdeen’s theories on God. “This section stresses from inception the nature of GOD as something everlasting and all-encompassing,” he writes. Its crux is that God is not a man in the sky, but rather an all-pervading entity which can be described and understood via symbolic representation and analysis.
The next section, “The Earth,” describes the creation and aspects of the Earth itself, and how it fits into the sequence of God and people.
The third section, “The Human,” introduces the reader to “…‘man’ as an aspect of the earth, subject to the rules/law of God & Creation (0196) that precede man.” It stresses that “…man is a spirit with a body…not just a body.”
In the fourth section, “God,” the reader is “…brought right back to the start, making the presentation of the idea of the book (God as the 0) in tandem with the idea itself…”
Each of the chapters of Home of Jahism is built to reinforce the circular theory of reality that Aberdeen is espousing.
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