Unless you become like a little child, you will not learn from the Marvelous Work and a Wonder®


Your personal knowledge is a compilation of things that you’ve learned since you were a little child.  You accept some things as true and others as false.  We each have different opinions of what is true and what is false.  We value our self and our individuality by what we believe to be true.  We value others by whether or not they agree with us, and devalue others by what we believe is false.

In order to maintain self-worth in a world of so many opinions, we often believe that we are right and that others are wrong.  None of us wants to admit that we are wrong.  It is a very hard thing for us to accept that anything that we believe is wrong.  If we admit this, we lose self-worth and value, not only towards our Self, but from what we receive from others.

If you are one who believes that you know the truth about things … about anything … then this work, the Marvelous Work and a Wonder® (MWAW), is not for you.  You will waste your time researching it.  Live your life with the value and self-worth that you have received from what you believe to be true.  If curiosity causes you to investigate, do not be surprised by the feelings of anger, disbelief, and mocking that cognitive dissonance causes.  Cognitive dissonance is the state of having inconsistent thoughts, beliefs, or attitudes while you are reading new information, especially that with which you do not agree.  We respect your opinion to disagree.  We will not tolerate or engage in discussions about the information that we present through the MWAW.  We know that our information is the Real Truth, at least for us and those who have accepted it as such.  Argument is futile.  We would never visit a website or venue from which you gain your trusted information and disparage it.  We will agree to disagree with humane respect and decorum.

But if you are one who is confused by your beliefs, and you realize that you do not know any Real Truth*, we have a lot of information for you.

We have legally registered a statement of Real Truth about human knowledge:

Everyone is right.  Which makes everyone wrong.®

This work, the (MWAW) will provide information that will give unprecedented evidence that everyone is wrong; and that most  of what we have learned since we were little children is wrong when compared to Real Truth.

*Real Truth is not things that we believe are true from all of our learning since we were little children.  The Real Truth is things as they really are in our present world, things as they really were in our past, and things as they will really be in our future.  But in fact, Real Truth can be best described as things as they really are, as they are commonly observed and experienced through our senses … as a little child would perceive things without any learning.

Everyone has learned a lot of things since they were a little child.  If it were possible to remove everything that we’ve learned during our lifetime, what would remain?  What would we know?  How would we act?  How would we perceive the world?  What if we threw out everything that we have learned and started over?  What would the world be like?

Some might say that without learning and knowledge, our world would not progress.  But what is the world like today?  Is it really something we are proud of?  Is it something that we want to take credit for?  Is it something that we want to actually admit is a product of all our learning and knowledge?

Our world is spiraling out of control towards more chaos and human misery.  Obviously, all of our knowledge and learning is not good for the human race.

Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking were two men whom the world praised and acknowledged for their learning.  What did they find out after all their learning?

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Often, we refer to “God” as having the ultimate intelligence and understanding of things.  In describing “the mind of God,” Hawking wrote in the conclusion of one of his finest publications that, “the ultimate triumph of human reason [is to] know the mind of God.”

In his book, A Brief History of Time, Hawking summarizes:

“We find ourselves in a bewildering world.  We want to make sense of what we see around us and to ask:  What is the nature of the universe?  What is our place in it and where did it and we come from?  Why is it the way it is? To try to answer these questions we adopt some ‘world picture.’  Just as an infinite tower of tortoises supporting the flat earth is such a picture, so is the theory of superstrings.  Both are theories of the universe, though the latter is much more mathematical and precise than the former.  Both theories lack observational evidence: no one has ever seen a giant tortoise with the earth on its back, but then, no one has seen a superstring either.

“… In effect, we have redefined the task of science to be the discovery of laws that will enable us to predict events up to the limits set by the uncertainty principle.  The question remains, however: how or why were the laws and the initial state of the universe chosen? … Even if there is only one possible unified theory, it is just a set of rules and equations.  What is it that breathes fire into the equations and makes a universe for them to describe?  The usual approach of science of constructing a mathematical model cannot answer the questions of why there should be a universe for the model to describe.  Why does the universe go to all the bother of existing?  Is the unified theory so compelling that it brings about its own existence?  Or does it need a creator, and, if so, does he have any other effect on the universe?  And who created him?  Up to now, most scientists have been too occupied with the development of new theories that describe what the universe is to ask the question why.  On the other hand, the people whose business it is to ask why, the philosophers, have not been able to keep up with the advance of scientific theories.  In the eighteenth century, philosophers considered the whole of human knowledge, including science, to be their field and discussed questions such as: did the universe have a beginning?

“… However, if we do discover a complete theory, it should in time be understandable in broad principle by everyone, not just a few scientists.  Then we shall all, philosophers, scientists, and just ordinary people, be able to take part in the discussion of the question of why it is that we and the universe exist.  If we find the answer to that, it would be the ultimate triumph of human reason – for then we would know the mind of God.”  (Stephen Hawking, A Brief History of Time.)

Albert Einstein was a bit harsher and more straight forward in his personal evaluation.  Albert Einstein mocked most of what humans have learned.  He often remarked that our accepted knowledge was responsible for the problems that threaten the human race.




Einstein concluded that it would take a “new manner of thinking” if we are going to solve our problems.  He made the following observation about reality and what it was going to take in order to save humanity:

He wrote:

“A human being is part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space.  We experience ourselves, our thoughts and feelings as something separate from the rest.  A kind of optical delusion of consciousness.  This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us.  Our task must be to free ourselves from the prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.  The true value of a human being is determined by the measure and the sense in which they have obtained liberation from the self.  We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if humanity is to survive.” (Albert Einstein, 1954)

This manner of thinking must be relearned.  It can only be relearned if we unlearn the manner in which we have been taught to think since we were little children.  This new manner of thinking is to start thinking again like we did as little children.

This manner of thinking is simply observing what we can see, hear, touch, feel, and taste in our environment.  Everything that we conclude must be based on this empirical evidence.  If it can’t be seen, heard, touched, felt, or tasted, it cannot be Real Truth.

The Real Truth can be understood by a child, IF it is presented so that a child can understand it.

Take for example, the Real Truth about the Theory of Evolution.

The Real Truth is, we do not witness anything evolving now.  Therefore, how can we be sure that things evolved in the past, where “evolve” means to develop gradually, especially from a simple to a more complex form?

Focusing only on what we can observe, everything that exists is in our world is the product of some sort of human manipulation and creation through hybrid engineering and other processes.  Why is this the Real Truth?  Because we can prove it, because we can do it!

We can create new species of plants and animals.  We have created new species of plants and animals, and will continue to create new species of plants and animals to serve human need.  According to this empirical evidence, nature doesn’t create anything that has not already been created.

God doesn’t create any new species of plants and animals.  We do.

And just as easily as we can create different species of plants and animals, we can destroy them.  Every plant and animal that has become extinct during a child’s lifetime became extinct because of human action or inaction.  If we can prove this to a child today through easily applied empirical evidence, then we can explain that other humans that used to live upon Earth created all the other plants and animals too.

The problem with this particular Real Truth about other time periods when the human race existed upon Earth outside of the present, is the current knowledge that we accept as true: that humans have only been alive for a few hundred thousand years, while the Earth has been around for billions.

To a child who is observing that the human race is on the verge of destroying itself after such a short time compared to the entire time that the Earth has existed, it would make sense that humans probably lived during Earth’s billions of years of history and destroyed themselves many times.  It would make sense that humans came back to repopulate the human species on Earth in the same way and through the same processes as our ancestors did to get us where we are today.  Another Real Truth, then, is what are these processes?  How did humans come to be upon Earth if they did not evolve?  Again, the Real Truth lies completely in what we can observe with our empirical senses.  (These and many other questions are answered by the MWAW.)

There is simply no other way that we can prove to a child’s mind where all the different plants and animals came from.

Evolution is a theory, where a theory is a supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something, especially one based on general principles independent of the thing to be explained.

God is a theory.  Just like most of our knowledge, someone invented God and wrote books that included the theory.  No one has seen God (some have lied to gain value for themselves compared to the majority that has not seen God).  No one has heard God (some have lied to gain value for themselves compared to the majority that has not heard God).  No one has smelled or tasted God (and no one has claimed to).  And no one has touched God (except those who have lied to gain value for themselves compared to the majority that has not touched God).  In every case where someone has claimed that he or she has seen, heard, or touched God, money and power over the minds of others are somehow included.  No child has ever claimed to have seen God (again, there are those who have taught their children to make the claim in order to bring value to themselves).  No little child has ever made the claim.

Empirical observation of how things are is the only way to understand how things were in the past and how they are going to be in the future … at least to a child’s manner of thinking.

For example,

If a child sees a domesticated chicken on a farm that cannot fly away to protect itself from wild predators, and the child wonders why the chicken was able to survive all these years without being able to fly, the simple answer is: “We protect chickens so we can eat their eggs and eat them too.  If chickens were in the wild, they would have easily been eaten by predators and become extinct long ago.”

Then the child asks, “Where did the chicken come from?”

The only answer that we can give the child based on the Real Truth is: “From an egg.”

But then the child asks, “Where did the first chicken come from that laid the first egg?”

If we answer that it evolved over time from a simpler life form, such as a single-celled creature, we would be making something up of which we are not certain.  Because this is not something that we have ever witnessed and not something that the child observes in the child’s daily life; therefore, we cannot prove it.  We cannot say that God created the chicken, because the child observes that the chicken comes from an egg, and unless God is a chicken, there’s no way that God can lay an egg from which comes a chicken.

Understanding the Real Truth always follows the manner by which a little child learns: through real time observation—things as they are now.

But as adults, we do not learn this way.  We learn from books.  Who wrote these books?  Why did they write these books?  Where did they get the information for their books?

Einstein again, harshly but truthfully, explains what he learned of education:


The “new manner of thinking” that Einstein could not describe can be best defined as becoming again, like a little child, not in how we deal with the physical world, per se, but in how we perceive the world and learn things.  We must forget (repent of) everything that we have learned and immerse (baptize) our minds in the reality of current, empirical observation alone.

So if you are humble enough to admit that what you know, or think you know, might not be Real Truth, then …

Welcome to the Marvelous Work and a Wonder®.

At no time during the history of our world, has a place existed where a person can go and ask any question about their human existence, and have that question answered with authority, clarity, and completeness.

Many of the great and marvelous things that have been hidden from our understanding since the foundation of this world will be revealed.  We’ve always known these Real Truths.  They exist—hidden in the back of our mind within the confines of our imagination.

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”  ― Albert Einstein

Within the human mind, seeds of imagination sprout into belief systems of philosophy and religion.  But these do not answer the basic questions of our existence: Who are we?  And why do we exist?

Religion and philosophy have produced fruits of discord, prejudice, and hate.  These things are destroying our humanity.

The purpose of the Marvelous Work and a Wonder® is to introduce the Real Truth about our existence as human beings.  Within its answers, the solutions to our human problems are found.  Most of our problems are a cause of our ignorance; and, our current experience upon this Earth, manifests the influence of this ignorance.

The Marvelous Work and a Wonder® is where current reality meets Real Truth.