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Subject:

New Book

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John Phillips <[log in to unmask]>

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John Phillips <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 16 Sep 1999 11:44:25 -0400

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                              ANNOUNCEMENT


                               GOOD NEWS

                              New Book By

                       Vidette Todaro-Franceschi 

                         THE ENIGMA OF ENERGY
                   Where Science and Religion Converge

It can be purchased through the publisher The Crossroad Publishing Company 
(1-800-462-6420) or amazon.com or bookstores such as Barnes and Noble and
Borders.

The follow is a quote from the back cover of the book.

	"Trying to capture the essence of a concept like energy is like being in
a maze and having a great deal of difficulty finding the exit.  There is
always an exit out of the maze, albeit perhaps well hidden.  Disguished
beneath the facade of a particulate, mechanistic universe in which 	energy
is transferred, used, lost or gained when one thing acts on 	another, there
has been, throughout history, a subtle idea that energy 	is more than just
the ability to do work.  Energy is a phenomenon.
	
	"Today there is scientific evidence to authenticate what the mystics and
sages have known all along.  We are but manifestations of a whole, a 	whole
that by its very nature is both knowable and unknowable.  All is
essentially one.  Every single thing is a manifestation of energy--one
thing--that is continually transforming.  It never stands still.  	Nothing
is ever lost, just changed.  And to know that is to know that it 	all
couldn't possibly just happen to be here. (Last five words are in 	italics.) 

	"From Aristotle to Aquinas, Descartes to Teilhard de Chardin, Einstein 	to
Hawking, Hippocrates to Dossey, Nighingale to Rogers--this history of
ideas surrounding the concept of energy leads to the resounding 	conviction
that there must be a reason for it all." (Last seven words 	are in italics.)


I have just fininished reading the book--it is superb.  It is required
reading for all persons interested in Rogers' Science of Unitary Human
Beings and the simultaneity paradigm.

As Rogers would say when she gave you something to read:  "Read and enjoy."


John Phillips



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