Max Cohen is the author of Beyond Mysticism: The Rise of Homo Sapiens. During WWII he served as a Naval Radioman on SBD dive-bombers and J2F6 amphibious biplanes, logging over 220 flights. Over the course of five decades he worked as a trucker, a draftsman, a piano tuner, and finally as an inventor and entrepreneur. The New Hampshire novelist Ernest Hebert characterized Mr. Cohen as a philosopher in the mold of Eric Hoffer.
No documents tell the how, when and where of events of the Neolithic period, yet many of the artifacts that we use today were invented then, as were such technologies as the husbandry of plants and animals. So also did the worship of a god begin within the walls of settlements. The manner in which such worship occurred and then spread reveals patterns of thinking that have survived even to this day. Now—at the outset of the Nuclear Era—a new dimension in thought is needed.
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