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Paul Hague, at present the solitary author of this website, was born in England in 1942, thereafter being educated primarily as a mathematician. He then spent some twenty years of his business career with IBM, in the 1960s and 70s in sales and marketing in London, and in software development in Stockholm in the 1990s, when he took early retirement.

Since 1980, he has been using the semantic modelling methods of information systems architects to heal his fragmented mind, thereby understanding what is causing scientists and technologists, like himself, to drive the pace of evolutionary change at exponential rates of acceleration.

Surprisingly, this is a research project not on the agenda of any scientific institute, technological company, or governmental or non-governmental agency in the world. So, for the most part, we are managing our business affairs with little understanding of why we are behaving in this blind, sleep-running fashion; of where evolution is carrying us all in the most frantic rush.

The result of the awakening Paul has been through is a megasynthesis of all knowledge—the much sought-for theory of everything—which shows that meaningful structure-forming relationships are causal, whether they be psychospiritual or physical, ultimately being created by Life, emerging directly from our Divine Source, thereby unifying Western reason and Eastern mysticism in Nondual Consciousness.

A more detailed psychospiritual autobiography is available called ‘Returning Home to Wholeness: A Brief History of Me’.

If you feel moved to contact me, I can be found at wholeness at paragonian point org. You are most welcome!

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Who are we? Humanity’s place in the overall scheme of things.
The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.
George Bernard Shaw
Maxims for Revolutionists

In general there is an enthusiasm for the idea of having new ideas, but not for the new ideas themselves.
Edward de Bono
Use of Lateral Thinking
 
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