Edi Bilimoria is a student of the perennial philosophy for over half a century. He has given courses and lectured extensively in the UK, and internationally in California, the Netherlands, India, and Australia, to encourage the cross fertilization of ideas in the fields of science, religion, and practical philosophy. Edi has published widely in the disciplines of science, engineering, esoteric philosophy, and occult science.
Unfolding Consciousness constitutes a watershed in the history of science and philosophy. A matchless work in four volumes, it draws on science and the Mystery Teachings of all ages to reveal the primacy of consciousness, not matter, being the key to unlock innumerable conundrums about the universe, nature, and human beings on all levels of existence, seen and unseen.
Learn more about Edi’s latest book series, Unfolding Consciousness: Exploring the Living Universe and Intelligent Powers in Nature and Humans. A tour de force on science and the philosophia perennis in three Volumes plus volume IV that contains references, resources & further reading. The complete set of 4 volumes is presented in a slip case.
“I know of no other work of such scope and depth relating to the ultimate questions raised by human existence both in terms of our origins and destiny.”
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The Profane and the Sacred
The Creation is an oratorio written by Joseph Haydn (1732–1809), which depicts and rejoices in the creation of the world as described in the Book of Genesis. The Chorus, The Heavens Are Telling opens with the words: ‘The heavens are telling the glory of God, The wonder of his work displays the firmament.’
Man’s place in the Universe
When you consider the scope, width and erudition of this work, it is not surprising that it took its author over 20 years to complete. Most philosophical books take a single view of the problem of consciousness, either scientific or philosophical, but Edi Bilimoria takes a much wider, more inclusive view…
Bridging the Chasms Between Matter, Mind and Spirit
“This is a magnum opus in every sense of the word. For its thousand pages, spread over three volumes, are not just about the link between traditional and esoteric science…