Welcome to the Four Truths Taught by John Manimas
Stewardship, Pythagoreans, time and democracy: primary issues in the human experience.
John Manimas' lifetime goal is to learn and share.
A website devoted to stewardship and democracy or Revolution by Vote is at "stewardshipdemocracy" dot com (March 1, 2017).
Why did John Manimas devote 44 years to looking for the answers to (four questions) ?
Understanding the following four crucial truths is necessary in order for American Civilization to survive and succeed.
NEWS or "fake news": It looks like Bitcoin is illegal -- because it is (crypto-currency).
1) (The Primacy of Stewardship) [book]. The history of Western Civilization is based on a mistake: the Gospel message is science; the primacy of stewardship is a physical law of the universe, not a moral option.
2) (SOLITU) -- The Secret of Life in the Universe. The Pythagoreans who posed the "square the circle" question knew pi exactly or pi to the 9th decimal place, the one-billionth fraction. In order to know pi to that level of precision they had to have access to high technology. A primitive or low-technology culture cannot know pi to the 9th decimal place. They also said that "proportion is everything," and that is the key to understanding the real, physical universe. Proportion is the fundamental force that creates the universe, turns inert particulate matter into the living creation. Mathematics is our perception of proportion. Proportion is the source of material structure and the universe is not mathematical. Brains are mathematical.
AND, SEE the NEW IMPROVED (Big Bang) Theory (3 pages)
3) (Timeworks). Time is a fiction of consciousness. There is no such thing as time that is independent of the simple operation of counting cyclical events. Nature is process only and does not need "time" as a "dimension" to accomplish anything. Nature simply is, but does not keep records. A technological animal, a calculating, learning observer keeps records because they must in order to learn how the universe works and how to make things. Our need to learn cause and effect is the reason we conceive of past, present and future, time. There is no concrete evidence of time, nothing that can be measured other than the sequence of cyclical events.
4) The (Real Democracy) Party, and Revolution by Vote. We in the United States of America live in a political tyranny, not in a democracy. When I was a child I was taught that my country is a democracy. It is not. We Americans have been lied to and cheated. I want the promise of a real democracy fulfilled. I will not accept any negotiation. We must have coalitions between major and minor political parties and vote donation in order to identify the legitimate majority after each election. We must have majority rule. Minority rule is not acceptable. Minorities have rights, but not the right to rule. In a real democracy the majority rules. Real Democracy is a movement and project recognized and supported by many academic, business and political organizations. Reform may include different paths, but the common goal is removal of the Two Party Tyranny and replacement with majority rule.
Chat with a neighbor or friend -- the first and best way to (participate) in the VDPCP Revolution by Vote Plan.
Five) The Mindstream of John Manimas: A related fifth body of material includes other works in support of the four truths, essays on history, economics, political science, and evolution in the (JMD Magazine) [2009 to 2015] and a selection of (Old Geometry) work that is available here as evidence of the many years of study and research conducted by John Manimas. The Old Geometry material includes inferior solutions to the square-the-circle riddle that are less precise than the Unification Construction described later in the SOLITU documentation. The premise of The Primacy of Stewardship and of the Pythagorean gnosis began for John Manimas in 1957 when he was fourteen years old. The old (Quick Look Directory) is abbreviated and retained until further revisions of the links setup.
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