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The Einstein Metaphysics: A Unified Field Theory & The Secret Of Life. [Kindle Edition]

Allen Cecil Norde
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Book Description

"There is something very strange about birth. It appears that although we are expelled from the birth canal, we never exit the womb."

Who among you dares to question its reality/perception?

"The autistic perception is the unrecognized evolution of mankind as one organism...You."

This short non-fiction book is a brief hypothesis describing the basis of Albert Einstein’s unified field theory, and a theory of everything that attempts to explain the cause and meaning of the autistic spectrum of behaviors.

The book also represents a viable alternative perception of the origins of autistic patterned behaviors that suggests and provokes inclusive methods of treatment which would examine – and make paramount – how the self interest of the medical professionals and caregivers distorts with creative illusion the very being of the autistic person or patient whereby belief and reliance on physical mechanical - micro and macro - theoretical causes of autism guarantees continued alienation between and among the health professional community and the observed autistic.


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  • File Size: 844 KB
  • Print Length: 24 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007NZBXE2
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Sorry, this was not worth my time. April 4, 2012
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More than 10$ for this "book"? Certainly not! I downloaded it while browsing the Kindle Store and came across an edition that was priced at 0.00$. The title sounded intriguing, and I generally enjoy reading non-fiction, but not so in this case.
Usually I am not one to dish out harsh criticism, but this theory is neither well written nor logically presented. It is repetitive at times (even though it is so short), and there are way too many exclamation marks. The style of writing reminds me more of a 16-year-old; if the author was indeed a teenager who wrote this for a school project, it would be OK, but... no, it was hardly worth my reading time, and even less so is it worth 10$.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars 2 stars for vocabulary(even wrongly used) April 2, 2013
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Let's agree on some ground rules. Writers write. That's in their job description. Normally they shouldn't expect amazed gratitude for knowing things about usage and style and where commas go and the difference between your and you're (and correct usage).

So I've given the author of this very short book a star for a vocabulary beyond the normal level found today. The vocabulary isn't necessarily used correctly, but it's generally spelled correctly, so why split hairs.

As for content, forget it. The author (I'm being charitable here and assuming English is not his first language) does absolutely everything to completely hide his point in unnecessarily vague, contorted language. Here's a partial quote (not the 'best' one by far, but a representative sample):

"The word "You", the pronoun of the second person, is not defined here as a singular entity in, by and of itself. butrather it is used in the plural, ubiquitously, throughout the hypothesis as the whole, everything, one being. The only being." (*sic)

Author's statement:
" The Einstein Metaphysics:
When everything is One how is there two?
Everything is one...You.
Reality (not to be confused with Destiny) is willfully created by Your sentient consciousness.
Time, distance, motion, change, coincidence, and choice are created illusion (Parmenides).
Light, matter, objects, and the universe originate and emanate from You.
You are so much greater than the outline of Your body."

After reading this (blessedly short, albeit repetitive) book, I think his main points are that 1)Everything is connected and 2)He has a reasonably good vocabulary and 3)if you didn't like the book, you just aren't clever enough to understand what he was saying.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Methaphysics January 19, 2013
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I still reading it, and it's like as re born of methaphisics. I like it so much! Also, the author write in very close manner.
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