Decline and Fall of All Evil: The Most Important Discovery of Our Times

This book contains a scientific discovery based on a natural psychological law which was hidden so carefully behind layers of dogma in the guise of truth that it wasn't found until now. This knowledge allows mankind, for the very first time, to veer in a different direction, creating the conditions that prevent hurt and retaliation in human relations. The scientific discovery was made in 1959 by a self-learned man who after many years of intense study observed a universal principle never perceived before. Stumbling upon such an important finding, it was difficult for him to comprehend the magnitude of what he had uncovered. It took him many more years to transcribe his revelation into book format so it could be understood by others. When it came time to get his work published he was turned down because he was not a member of a leading university, and held no distinguishing titles. Sadly, he died in obscurity in1991, at the age of 72. Until today, his work has never been given a careful review, nor has it been widely distributed. This discovery has far-reaching implications for today's world because it prevents the conditions that lead to hurt and retaliation in human relations. For the very first time we are able to get a glimpse of a new world where there will be no war, crime, or hatred between man and man. The author made a prediction that the Golden Age would become a reality in the 20th century. Unfortunately, this did not come to pass because he was unable to reach the leading scientists of his time who could have validated his findings. Now more than ever before it is imperative that this natural law be investigated and brought to light, for the world is on the brink of a major disaster. We cannot afford to sit idly by and let others take the lead in this important investigation; otherwise, this discovery could be lost for another century. God has given mankind the basic blueprint. It is now up to us to apply


Seymour Lessans
Seymour Lessans was born on September 29, 1918 in Newark, New Jersey. He passed away on January 29, 1991.  He was the third of four brothers. All through his life he had a tremend More...
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