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11:37 God's Contracting Universe: The Madness of Humanity, The Ascendancy of the Old World Psychiatric Disorder & Beyond 2012 - the Zero Point Proposal Paperback – December 2, 2011


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Christopher P. Holmes was born in Sussex, England at 7-7:30 am, October 7, 1949. His father, William, was a Canadian military officer, a graduate of RMC, stationed in England during the war where he met Diane, who became his bride and mother to three sons. Christopher has lived his life in Canada since his early years, throughout the province of Ontario. He received a B.A. from Carleton University in Ottawa and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in psychology from the University of Waterloo. He worked as a professor at York University in Downsview Ontario from 1977 to 1990 and then within the Ontario Ministry of Corrections from 1990 to 2002. Over the past ten years, Christopher has worked independently as a writer and researcher under the Zero Point logos. Christopher’s primary interests have long been investigations of human consciousness and psychology as a science of the soul. He has experienced varied states of enlightenment and realization through his life which has fuelled his desire to understand the mysteries of consciousness and creation. His work explores the interface between mysticism and science, especially as pertains to consciousness and to studies of creation physics and metaphysics. Christopher considers himself a mystic, a psychologist and scientist, and most recently, a truth activist and spiritual warrior in a world gone mad.

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