How often do we suppress our innate capacity and desire for love, understanding, and unity, and instead allow fear, domination, and discord to rule? The endless power struggles driven by our illusion of self-importance lead not only to much misery, but also cause harm in more subtle ways to those who appear to win these struggles. Can we discover a better way of living?

At its best, spirituality offers us a way of reconnecting with the source of all reality, but too often even this message of hope becomes sterilized and too superficial for those who demand deeper reflection, refusing to condemn their own rationality. And while science can lead to positive contributions to society, providing new ways of helping humanity, the earth, our fellow creatures, and perhaps extending our life on this planet, it can too readily dash away any hope, purpose, or meaning to being alive in the first place. But genuine spirituality is not opposed to rationality, and the emerging new science transcends the parochialism and falsity of crude materialism.

By pioneering a trail through the convoluted maze of academic philosophy and misrepresentations of science, The Eternal Law is able to dig deep into the metaphysical roots of many of our shared concerns as a species. It not only offers a pathway to clarifying the confusion found in quantum physics, but also illuminates how unity, beauty, and truth are foundational to all of science. Perhaps more importantly, the many examples of extraordinary visionaries throughout history, from Plato to Newton, Einstein, Heisenberg, and many more, offer inspiration for how to approach any complex issue in a way that combines intuition and rationality, insight and logic, mysticism and science.

While The Eternal Law was not written to be a bestseller, it does flow from an intent of sharing such difficult ideas in a way that is accessible to those who are willing to put in the effort to understand them. But it is still not an easy book. It is foundational: it is for those who are preparing to become the pioneers of the future in the expansion of consciousness. And it is a helpful reminder to those who already are.


John has a PhD from the University of Liverpool, specializing in the Philosophical Foundations of Quantum Physics. He is the multiple award winning author of The Eternal Law: Ancient Greek Philosophy, Modern Physics, and Ultimate Reality, which has been endorsed by luminaries such as Prof Sir Roger Penrose, Dr. Lothar Schäfer, Dr. Mario Beauregard, and many others.

In addition to providing much needed clarification in physics and spirituality, John is working to revitalize and innovate the essence of the ancient mystery schools, opening new possibilities for unique expression in modern life. While it is essential to make virtually endless distinctions (seeing the individuality of everything), it is also essential to recognize the underlying divine unity of all things. We find ourselves living in a level of reality seemingly dominated by multiplicity, and so striving to retain our inner awareness of divine unity requires a challenging, transformative way of life.

We have developed extraordinary technologies, but we are still afraid to face our own inner turmoil, as it is easier to build a masterpiece of engineering than it is to reflect upon and come to understand the deeper workings of our own minds. Turning inward, however, does not simply mean seeking the good things, but — especially in a world so out of balance — we also need to dive into what the great psychologist Carl Jung referred to as our shadow aspect. If we can focus the light of understanding upon the dark and hidden parts of our individual and collective consciousness, then we have a much better chance of creating a more beautiful world.