Part 1 The
Rational World (Chapters 1 – 7)
section looks at the effects of Western thinking on society and the environment. It then goes back to the beginnings
of Western thinking in 400BC. Western civilization began in the mind of
a dishonest politician named Plato. Plato defined a new way to view
reality, which included a new 'rational' way to understand Nature.
Plato’s views defined the blueprint for Western thinking right up to the present
day. But Plato inserted an error into his new worldview and the error explains
why modern Western Civilization is very clever, yet is destroying
itself and cannot find the answers it needs.
Plato’s error is also looked at in terms of the effect it has on people. The
rational Western worldview was specifically designed to leave people feeling
frightened, self-doubting and easy to
manipulate by deceitful authorities.
Part 2 The Real
World (Chapters 8 – 11)
The first seven chapters dealt with the frightening perception of the
world that the Western worldview promotes. These
five chapters focus upon the realities of the real world, seen from
outside of the rational Western world. The real world is a
fascinating and beautiful place, where confusion is effortlessly
brushed aside. In the real world it is only possible to have a good
Part 3 The New
World (Chapter 12)
chapter is the capstone to the earlier ones. It will probably shake your world,
and hopefully shake you out of it into a better, more real world.
Suddenly the world and your life look a whole lot more
Eve of the Apocalypse
is easy reading, entertaining and full of vital information about
understanding your place in the present globalized world.
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