You reading these words is no coincidence. Indeed, it is synchronicity and the book is intended for you. If you liked reading “Sacred Economics” by Charles Eisenstein or “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert T. Kiyosaki, this book will provide an even deeper insight into our world, its economy and finance – an initiation unlike any provided by the world’s universities. You will learn about the true undercurrents of life. For similar to all individuals, companies and states, the world of economy and finance always has secrets of its own, never publicly discussed but often intuited.
In this book, the author has documented the results of his years-long observation of the world of economy and finance. Having had the opportunity to observe this world for 30 years without becoming part of the system, the author is able to behold it from the outside perspective. Similar to politics, which can destroy our humanity and force us to abide by political rules, the financial world, too, can blind us from seeing the obvious flaws within the system. The world that we have born into can affect our consciousness and distance us from both our humanity and the true nature of ourselves. This epoch of insanity is neither the first nor will be the last in the human story. We are living in a period of transition.
The book addresses the roots of the current crisis – indeed, the mother of all crises – and is designed to give the reader the truly big picture. We will take a walk through the centuries. We will address the economic cycles, which take more than 60 years to play out and which no next generation is ever keen to remember. We will tie all this to chaos theory, the universal law of development. And we will also touch upon ethics, the systems of wealth and poverty in our history, and even happiness – the true goal of any economic activity.
The book is simple, clear and emotional. It is a good read for both clearheaded high school students and retirees, not to mention the millions of people trying to figure out what in the world is going on. Also, reading a book should be fun. The author’s sense of humour carries the story from beginning to end. It’s like reading Terry Pratchett.