Perception May Be Reality - Volume Three

  • Published: December 2007
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 426
  • Size: 5.5x8.5
  • ISBN: 9781425119225
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Volume Three of Perception May Be Reality was written with the realization that actions of individuals and countries of the world continue to present reasons for consideration of facts and events. Each of us regard and are affected by them in the context of our own existance, as the author's epigrams in this book may describe.

In addition to further epigrams, this volume includes more optical illusions as examples of shifting perceptions. It also includes modern artifacts, for the following reason: artifacts that provide assistance in current living such as libraries, hospitals, buildings, bridges, ships, harbors, aircraft, airports, highways, railroads and universities can be just as commemerative of the spirit of achievement as any monuments exalting the events of the past.

These observations were not written to have you accept or reject the author's perceptions, but to have you examine your own.

Volume One presents epigrams, optical illusions and insignias. To purchase Perception May Be Reality - Volume One or to view sample excerpts, Click Here!

Volume Two presents additional epigrams, optical illusions and the new component of animal facts. To purchase Perception May Be Reality - Volume Two, or to view sample excerpts, Click Here!

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