- Paperback: 614 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 14, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1553953304
- ISBN-13: 978-1553953302
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.4 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,001,781 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Decline and Fall of All Evil: The Most Important Discovery of Our Times Paperback – October 14, 2009
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About the Author
Seymour Lessans was born on September 29, 1918 in Newark, New Jersey. He was the third of four brothers. All through his life he had a tremendous thirst for knowledge, and after many years of extensive reading and studying he made a fantastic discovery about the nature of man. The rest of his life was devoted to reaching those who could help validate his findings, but he continued to hit stumbling blocks and closed doors at every turn. His loving wife stood by his side during these difficult years, knowing he had a mission to accomplish. His family and all those who knew him will always be inspired by his wisdom and perseverance in the midst of incredible odds. His dying words were, My day will come. He knew he wouldn't be here to see the great change this new finding would bring about, but he was comforted in the knowledge that no matter how long it took, his discovery would eventually be brought to light. It is with this hope in mind that his life's work (6 books from 1959-1976) was compiled into this final version. Almost 50 years after his discovery was originally made, it is our hope that there will be a breakthrough in reaching those who can confirm this discovery as undeniable truth, so that peace can prevail. This website is dedicated to the author for his incredible contribution to humanity.
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Lessan likes to present even his philosophical ideas as scientific validated theories.
However not all of them are even testable hypothesis, and the ones that are testable he never bothered to try testing, or apparently reading any research in the field that was available even at the time the book was written.
His first discovery regarding free will he claims will lead to a world in which no one can hurt another person. The caveat is that these ideas can only been tested when he first has complete compliance from the entire worlds population. This last part even requires a period of military action first where dissenters are taken care of.
His second discovery, being the most testable, proves to be the weakest. Here the author claims that he can perceive an event, in real time, over great distances, without the light from the object having to have first had time to reach our eye. That perception was a process occurring without light reaching the eye and at greater than light speeds.
The most famous of his examples is seeing our newly ignited instantly sun eight minutes before the first rays of its' light can touch the earth.
The claims he lays out here are easily testable, don't match any observation ever made, and defy everything known about light, optics, and physics.
This would be Lessans worst mistake if we didn't get to his third discovery.
The third claim involves proving we are born again through an argument involving pronoun usage. The difference between people saying I or You and a person's inability to say I any more after their death convinced him that one of those other You out there must now be I.
These are without a doubt one of the most poorly reasoned proofs I've ever seen collected in one book. Save your money.