As great as the grains of sand upon the earth's shores, so too are the stars and planets that exist in the cosmos. For centuries, man has gazed the heavens, not in search, but in anticipation to reconnect...
Faith of The Cosmos: The Beginning, proposes that, the only explanations we can generate for our creation, and where we are going, revert back to this bold concept; we are of nonhuman origin, and this concept is supported by religion, science, and theory. It's story confirms these truths with evidence using a blend of science, historical facts and imagination, revealing gripping suspense that provides a strong position on the age old questions, "where do we come from, and where are we going?" These questions have been the source of many great mysteries.
They seem to transcend the boundaries of many of the supposed “concrete notions” that we have developed of humanity's position in it all; for even if you never waver from your science, or religion, with these questions, you are undoubtedly forced to perpetually reevaluate what your beliefs are. They are mind opening questions that either reinforce your belief systems about our creation, or introduce you to new possibilities.
As the author puts it, "My own personal journey for clues has lead me to a firm belief system. It is my personal belief that everything in existence, in its truest sense, was spawned from the same genesis, the same creator. Essentially, everything in the universe is the composition of “star stuff,” if you will.
If we apply the theory of evolution on a cosmic scale, the one theory of humanity’s own development that has so far, stood the test of time, then we can see and understand that everything, everything in existence has its origin from one source, and in that sense, we are all universally connected, and by all, I mean all of creation, everywhere."