This is the age of uncertainty. This is the time of emotional upset and nervousinstability. This is the era when man, surveying the universe from atop the heap of hismaterial accomplishments, sees his insignificance in comparison to the stars,understands how puny is his strength in comparison to atomic power. This is the timewhen man, in his headlong rush to master the elements and harness nature's energies,has come far enough to know that he treads the wrong path to his own security. Forthere is no security in machines or electricity or electronics or atomic power.
What am I? What caused me? Why am I here? Where am I going? These are thequestions of the human soul that demand an answer. Their resounding echoes are inthe offices of our psychiatrists, in our penal institutions and our homes for the insaneand depraved and wicked. Their anguished cries are on our battlefields, in ouruprooted families, in every charred ember of every burned village and pillaged townthat exists in the wake of the hordes of humanity who have cut off their ties from Godand from hope and from divine reality.
For man is not an animal that exists upon the earth for a day, a freak of existence in amaelstrom of chaos. The human soul does not exist who at some cloistered momenthas not reached out with timid fingers and touched God.
No circumstance or fact or event or thing exists that does not have a reason, and so itis with man. All harnessing of nature's elements and powers, all creation of materialwealth and possessions are but passing fancies, things of the moment, for man entersinto life naked, and naked he departs. The only thing, the single important thing thatconcerns his existence on earth, is the discovery of his soul.For man is not body alone. No human being can bear to live who regards himself asonly a freak occurrence in a freak circumstance. Man is spirit, clearly and withoutdispute. Man is the essence of the mighty intelligence that guides and controls theuniverse. Man lives in this intelligence; he is a part of it and the whole of it. He is assmall as his temporal life and as great as his spiritual life, for the intelligence fromwhich he comes is greater than all, greater than the far reaches of space, greater thanthe power that holds the planets in their courses. This intelligence is man's to use ashe sees fit. It is God-given, a divine birthright, and is denied to no man except byhimself.
In the pages of
The Key to Power,
you will learn of the unlimited power that is yours.You will learn how you can turn this power to work for you, here on earth, to makeyour life majestic and overflowing with good.
The Key to Power
is not a religion or asect or a society. In its entirety it is a series of essays aimed at revealing to you yourpower over all things. You will learn that there is only one mover in all creation and