God and the universe in New Vision book series


                    New Vision book series is the story of brilliant individuals getting together and creating an organization called New Vision that will be in charge of saving the planet and humanity. Through its enlightened vision of the world New Vision will, thank to its time travel mastery, create several projects to be able to save the planet and humanity. 

                   New vision members share the Freemasonry core values being built upon three basic tenets : Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth. Brotherly Love is the practice of the Golden Rule. Relief embodies charity for all mankind. Truth is honesty, fair play, and adherence to the cardinal virtues of Temperance, Fortitude, Prudence, and Justice.

                   All New Vision members recognize Christ message is important as it helps understanding Freemasonry principles coming from christianism. 

                  New Vision members although following Christ's message  share the enlightenment philosophers values and the belief of one supreme being.

                    New Vision book series main topics : understanding the universe, the creation and humanity's role in all of it will often take you into spiritual journeys. 

                    About christianism you will notice that the catholic church and the Vatican are New Vision's enemy, New Vision fights the ideas of hierarchy and political power which is the only thing the Catholic church and the Vatican represent and for 800 years the Catholic church has been fighting Freemasonry. 

                        New Vision book series is before all the story of light against darkness of truth against lies and of the good against bad. 

                       As in all ten volumes we are searching for truth, questionning about humanity and the universe you will notice the main idea that is revealed has mainly pantheistic explanations. 

                        Because just as many of the enlightenment philosophers New Vision members share the idea  "That conviction of reason—bound up with deep feeling—that is revealed in the experiential world, forms my concept of God. Thus, it can also be designated, in the customary manner of expression, as pantheistic (Spinoza).”  So wrote Albert Einstein in 1934, thereby inserting his ‘relation to the world’—that, in another connection, he also designated as ‘cosmic piety’—into the tradition of Jewish philosopher Baruch de Spinoza (1632–1677)


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