BACK TO A FUTURE FOR MANKIND
BioGeometry – Solutions to the Global Environmental Crisis
by Ibrahim Karim, Ph.D., Dr.Sc.
ISBN: 9781449963958, $24.52, 344 pp.
Quoting from the back cover:
“WISDOM OF THE PAST MEETS THE SCIENCE OF THE FUTURE
-Bridging the gap between science & spirituality
-‘Geometric Alchemy’ in Architecture & Design
-Humanizing modern technology
-Harmonizing electromagnetic radiation
-Subtle energy secrets of the Great Pyramid
-An energy-based key to unlock ancient science
-Physics of Quality: Everything has a place in a universal symphony.”
To begin, Back to a Future for Mankind is a multi-dimensional text, similar to its subject matter—BioGeometry. At first glance, BioGeometry may seem overly complex to the average reader. However, Dr. Karim has presented his research and studies in a lay-reader-friendly manner to be understood by anyone who is interested in our global environmental crisis, the harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation—‘electrosmog’.
Back to the Future for Mankind is not a fast read…there is much to spark and hold your interest. When I said it was multi-dimensional, the primary chapters give you some idea: Bio Geometry (Worldview, Qualitative scales of measurement, Physics of Quality); Energy Secrets of the Pyramids; The Qualitative Side of Energy (What is Energy?); Shifts of Perception in Mankind (Carl Jung); Ancient Egypt (Isis and Osiris); The Great Shift (Can We Save Our Planet?); Ancient Knowledge; Appendices (The Process of Creating BioSignatures).
We live in a sea of vibrating energy…everything is moving and motion affects the environment. Shapes of objects have an effect on sound waves, stopping them, reflecting them or giving them additional qualities. This book will provide you with a contemporary vocabulary to help you understand the electromagnetic energy in which we live.
Back to the Future for Mankind is well written, well edited and presented in a professional manner to entertain and educate. It can be read for personal enlightenment or studied as an academic text. Whichever you choose, enjoy!
Kaye Trout – December 16, 2013