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1. How can you claim that this is done for the first time in human history? 2. Does the encyclopedia really detail more than 150 subjects? 3. Does the book empower women? 4. Does the book really offer everything one needs to know about religions? 5. Are there many differences between man and woman? 6. Does the book actually give the exact date of the start of Modern Civilization? 7. Does the book discuss about the future civilization of all mankind? 8. Is the book of fact or fiction genre? 1. How can you say that this is done for the first time in human history? This is the first time it's been done! Religious leaders have written about religious past; historians, anthropologists and evolutionists have written about secular past of mankind; similarly, politicians, economists and scientists write about the present; futurologists and Nostradamus have written about the future. Nobody has ever written a book encompassing all the above. This is the first time in history of mankind that this book discusses religious and secular past, present and future civilizations of mankind. Holding this book gives you the joy of holding a work that has created history! 2. Does the book really detail more than 150 subjects? Without a doubt! As a multi-volume collection, an encyclopaedia discusses far more subjects than this book. On the other hand, despite its contents being too vast and having very few linkages, neither many people access it nor has it empowered average Jane and Joe. With this book, although it's discussion of more than 150 subjects is fewer, it offers much more. Encased in the subject of women's power, this book logically links a diverse range of subjects like the atom bomb, Islam and future speculation. Almost like a novel, it continues to arouse interest in the next subject until a successful climax is reached. The discussion about future alone invokes interest, especially amongst Nostradamus's fans. Unlike an encyclo-paedia, this book is written by a single author. With all the above being present in a single book, men and women will be able to relate to it comfortably. 3. Does the book empower women? Although it is surprisingly written by a man, her previous oppressor, this book achieves its status for women and to women. It notes both the traditional disrespect in family and patriarchal disrespect in society. In the latter, being less intelligent and passive, she would be determined fit only to rare kids at home, as she would contribute less to progress of mind and civilization. This book offers help by noting female acts helping both the development of prehistoric mind and society to the present civilization as never done before. Furthermore, aside from the commonly known differences, it notes more than 50 differences between the sexes. Beyond numbers, these intimate details, possibly unknown even to most feminists, will make them more aware of themselves. These facts are crucial to understanding in both men and women. Illumination of gender-specific powers in relation to modern civilization will fascinate female readers. This amounts to some fulfillment of craved praise suggested by the old “please say it even if you don't mean it” to make them feel good. Success statistics – like Obama's “Yes we can.” does more. This book is being published at the right time when women want to challenge orthodoxy – today's “girl power.” In this current direction, femocracy (woman's world) will eventually set in. Beyond just empowerment, this book offers everything that women need to know, as a complete written work for women – a “Woman's Bible.” Unlike 200 years ago, this will make sense to women and become essential for those who want to progress in this day and age. Making parents know, for example, that it is not bad to have a daughter. It deflates woman's suppression, and women who lack direction, get direction. They will suddenly feel empowered. 4. Does the book really offer everything one needs to know about religions? As opposed to just what Muslims believe or just what Hindus believe, in terms of their respective doctrines, this book discusses what believers should believe. In contrast to religious followers writing about their unique faiths, for the first time in history, this book details everything one needs to know about four major faiths. Thus quoting scriptures not practice. it airs all about Islam, Christianity, Judaism and Hinduism. With people exploring various religions, it almost becomes a must read for the religious-minded. This book also helps understanding of different religions in a comparative sense. 5. Are there many differences between man and woman? . Further to the few commonly known differences between sexes and researchable differences, this book offers an unparalleled way to outline more than 50 differences. Being an unknown, this will fascinate both male and female readers. Beyond listing these differences, giving meaning to them by asserting the implication of those differences in relation to modern civilization is where this unique mechanic drives the book forward. 6. Does the book actualy give the exact date of the start of modern civilization? Disregarding the vagueness of enlightenment, it gives the exact date, when modern civilization started as never before. Furthermore, never done before, it classifies 7 types of revolutions, which have formed the modern civilization. Beyond that, it discusses the contribution made by great individuals like Marx, Freud, Einstein etc., pocket civilizations like Roman and Greek civilizations and 4 religious civilizations. See contents. Looking at forces that cause discontent and forces that unite humanity, it refutes clash of civilizations and sees smooth progress of modern civilization towards eternity. 7. Does the book discuss about the future civilization of mankind? Future happenings belong to the realm of prediction alone. For comparison's sake, it becomes a must for futurologists and Nostradamus's followers. This book envisions a single civilization in the future, unlike predictions of the latter. A complete picture of future civilization is given in the book including what will happen to education, politics, family, etc. 8. Is the book of fact or fiction genre? Authors usually write books of a clear genre (e.g. romance, sports, travel) and these books are easily put in fact or fiction sections of libraries. With it containing both fact and fiction – religion to science to philosophy – this encyclopedic book is difficult to classify.
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