As my endeavours to complete the final revolution in science have required me to make the most radical change to the work ethic since the invention of money some 4,000 years ago—in order to integrate all knowledge into a transcultural, transdisciplinary whole—few have so far acknowledged the contribution that I have the potential to make to society—as a holistic, integral visionary and all-inclusive Panosopher, transcending the categories.

So, as a complement to the institutions and individuals listed on the Community page, currently engaged in awakening, liberating, and healing activities to some extent or other, here are a few acknowledgements on the Web that I have so far discovered.

The oldest I have found is a Spanish website on Nonduality, dedicated to the lineage of the mystical traditions of East and West, such as that of Ramana Maharshi. However, on its ‘Maestros y Autores’ page, it also lists a number of teachers not following a lineage, such as J. Krishnamurti, Alan Watts, Byron Katie, Tony Parsons, and Eckhart Tolle, who I am familiar with.

In addition, this page includes the names of eighteen individuals following a non-traditional, integral approach, including Aurobindo, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Jean Gebser, Ken Wilber, Andrew Cohen, Peter Russell, Ervin Laszlo, and Carter Phipps, whose books I have read. Paul Hague is listed among them, referencing the trilogy on Wholeness that I uploaded to my website for the Paragonian Foundation in January 2013, now evolved into that for the Alliance for Mystical Pragmatics.

As this definitive evolutionary book on Integral Relational Logic and the Unified Relationships Theory is 1,300 pages long, in 2014, I wrote a 300-page book titled The Theory of Everything: Unifying Polarizing Opposites in Nondual Wholeness. By taking the generalities of mathematicians and information systems architects to the utmost level of abstraction, this book integrates the works of all the integrators, even though Ken Wilber says that such a megasynthesis is impossible, “a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow that we will never reach”.

His scepticism perhaps arises from past attempts to find the solution to the ultimate problem of human learning. The Theory of Everything provides a brief history of some of these great endeavours, from Roger and Francis Bacon, through René Descartes, Johannes Kepler, Jan Ámos Komenský (Comenius), and Charles Sanders Peirce, to Albert Einstein and David Bohm.

Anne Baring, co-author of The Myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an Image, kindly read this book (twice), acknowledging the contribution that I am making in both her magnum opus The Dream of the Cosmos: A Quest for the Soul and on the page on her website dedicated to the New Story and New Reality. There she provides short quotes from my website for the Alliance for Mystical Pragmatics on how I experience the mystical worldview, unifying spirituality and science.

More recently David Lorimer, programme director for the Scientific and Medical Network, has invited me to act as an adviser to the Galileo Commission, whose report, written by Harald Walach, is titled Beyond a Materialist Worldview: Towards an Expanded Science. This site includes a brief bionote, but the links to the pieces that I contributed seem to have gone missing.

Then, in October 2019, Nicolae Tanase, as ‘Excellence Reporter’, having discovered my name on the Spanish website, invited me to answer the question, “What is the meaning of life?” for his Encyclopedia of Life, with over a thousand contributors. In brief, I said, “The meaning of Life, in my experience, is to realize the exquisite sense of mystical Wholeness, which is the True Nature of all of us.”

As I have inwardly realized my purpose of life, there is nothing left for me to achieve. Nevertheless, I await to see if fulfilling my outer, social purpose—completing the final revolution in science—is meant to happen. Although there are some similarities in this second heliocentric revolution to the first completed by Isaac Newton in 1687 with Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, the differences are so profound and extensive, it is quite possible that we shall not collectively awaken to Total Revolution before our inevitable demise as a biological species, as Vimala Thakar urged us to do in 1984 in Spirituality and Social Action: A Holistic Approach.