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New Insights into the System of Human Souls – The Meaning of Life - British

New Insights into the System of Human Souls – The Meaning of Life - British

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This is the British copy of the book: "New Insights into the System of Human Souls – The Meaning of Life -"

Many of us are disorientated. The Church, state institutions, sects, science, philosophy and mediums cannot answer all the questions we have, e.g. what is the meaning of life or what is the meaning behind being human? Ralph von Muehldorfer proves the existence of the human soul by showing us the different soul classifications and using them, he describes our purpose here.
This is the British copy of the book: "New Insights into the System of Human Souls – The Meaning of Life -"

Many of us are disorientated. The Church, state institutions, sects, science, philosophy and mediums cannot answer all the questions we have, e.g. what is the meaning of life or what is the meaning behind being human? Ralph von Muehldorfer proves the existence of the human soul by showing us the different soul classifications and using them, he describes our purpose here.

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Special thanks go to the many friends, who patiently listened to my theories and encouraged me to write this book and to Nora Strassmann from Zurich, who gave me her drawing "Der Schatten da, das ist die Seele des Menschen" (that shadow is the soul of humanity) for use as a cover.


New Insights into the System of Human Souls
– The Meaning of Life Ralph von Muehldorfer
translated by Matthew Finnemore

This free download contains part of the original text only. The list of around 4,000 “liberated souls” from 3.500 B.C until today are missing. You can buy the book as a paperback by Amazon or other book shops using the following ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-4452-5117-2 Naturally, the book can be ordered in your local bookstore for £ 12. If you do not want to wait for the post to deliver your book, or you want to save the packaging, you can purchase the complete book as an E-book (printable pdf.) on LULU for £ 8. For academics there is also a Download available with working links to the biographies I have found on Wikipedia. The links will help you to research all the information I based this book upon. This requires the latest version of ADOBE Reader 8.0. You can order it here: http://stores.lulu.com/finnemore


Imprint © 2008 Ralph von Muehldorfer, Dresden 2010_01 translated by Matthew Finnemore Cover picture by Nora Strassman, Zurich Publication and publishing house: LULU ISBN: 978-1-4452-5117-2


Contents (only at full version) Preface ..........………………………..…………………………………........ The Workings of the Soul .…………….....………………………………… The human Soul .......…........................…………………………………….. Searching Souls .................................……................………………………. Present Souls ................................…...................….............……………...... Liberated Souls ...............................………………………………............... Liberated souls before Christ ………………………………......................... Liberated souls 0 - 1000 A.D. ………..………………………….................. Liberated souls 1001 - 1500 …..…………………………………................. Liberated souls 1501 - 1700 ….......…………………………….................... Liberated souls 1701 - 1800 ……………………………………................... Liberated souls 1801 - 1900 ……………………………………................... Liberated souls 1901 - Present Day .……………………….......................... God ................................................................................................................. Devils and Demons .....…………………………………………………....... Communication between souls .…………………………………................. Relationships ...…………………………………………………................... Soul mates ................……………………………………….......................... Soul mates cont. …………………………………......................................... Examples of giving souls capability …………………………………………........... Karma …..............……………………………………………………………..................... Conclusion ..........…………………………………………………………….................. Cycles of the Souls, a Graphic Representation ………………………................... Five Necessities for positive Development of the Soul ........................……........ The Meaning of Life ….......………………………………………………………........ Definitions …...........…………………………………………………………................... Ralph von Muehldorfer ……………………………………………….......................... Translators Epilogue....................................................................................... British Liberated Souls .........…………………………................................. Information ……………………………………………………………............................ 7 8 9 11 12 13 15 18 21 26 31 36 54 63 64 65 66 67 68 70 71 73 74 75 75 76 77 78 78 80


Preface Dear Reader, Know thyself - the unsolvable task set by the oracle of Delphi. Many people today are confused; the Church and state institutions, sects, science and "mediums" are not able to give a satisfying answer to the question "what is the meaning of life?" We are all searching; some of us try and find completeness in addiction; others see it in someone else, be it their partner or a social group; the latter more often than not rigorously hold onto to their mistaken beliefs, making it hard to convince them to go a different way. Those who are seeking, think they have found the answers, merely when someone confirms what they have found as correct. They don't continue to ask themselves "is this right?", or look for another answer to the question, because the process of asking and searching would be uncomfortable. Going against the current opinion often means dealing with harsh resistance. We live in a world where information is in plenty and readily available, full of possibilities and supposed chances. The result is chaos making people fall back into their own little worlds. I am going to show you a different point of view. By taking off the unimportant parts, like peeling an onion, the core of our existence on this planet can become visible to everyone. Fundamentally speaking, everything people need to know about this system is already in us. Nature religions, philosophy, psychology (which should know better), and every church on this planet contain only parts of the truth, alongside a lot of very confusing information and ancient knowledge. The best book on how to improve your soul's development is "Ethics for the new Millenium" by Dalai Lama. I would like to give this book precedence over my theory and would recommend that the book be read first, to avoid repetition, because in my eyes quoting something said by a competent figure, or indeed re-interpreting it, is unnecessary. The world view of modern Tibetan Buddhism is the basis for further contemplation. It offers a clear world view when seen together with my composition and the views of Jiddu Krishnamurti. The teachings of modern Tibetan Buddhism can offer everyone the chance to find themselves and also other well-known facts.

Ralph von Muehldorfer


The workings of the soul We, as citizens of this planet, are all part of the nature around us and subject to its boundaries. This can be seen in our instinctive behaviour. The survival of the fittest can be seen in every social group on this planet, and as part of the will to survive. Everything else has been described by Marvin Harris in his book "Our Kind: Who We Are, Where We Came From, Where We Are Going". However, as human being, we differ from other life forms in four significant ways • we are aware of things (we have a conscience) • we have common sense and moral values • we have an aptitude for art and music • we have the constant desire to be one with other human beings (the desire for redemption and the desire to procreate and give souls from older family relationships a life again.) The last point results in our desire to leave a positive impression on the other souls in our family. By behaving in a positive way in this life, we hope to remain in their memories and be given life again at a later date. The most important difference between humans and other life forms on this planet, however, is that humans are able to make choices. We can choose our way without any assistance, where we live and, meanwhile, even our gender. Humans can free themselves from old moral ideas, social and economic constraints. As humans, we are able to develop ourselves as we wishe, to say, think and do what as we see fit - at least in western countries. That is our modern society's real achievement and that is why this is the best society in which we can live. The internet has enabled people to experience and learn about other people's feelings and thoughts from around the world. Of course there are some groups of society who do not accept this new freedom and vehemently fight against the thought of it. Although it's probably only a matter of time before these groups also adapt their way of thinking. In our western world there are many that are lamed by a fear of this new freedom. Something seems to have "inspired" people. Therefore many believe in "god" or another external energy that drives us. Countless essays, philosophies and texts try to create an explanation for this phenomenon. Since psychology has failed to discover an answer, it is time to do away with all the unnecessary information blocking our path and to show the real clear picture. The definition of important basic terms has to be changed. People have one soul. Everyone's consciousness depends on how developed their soul is. Every soul has the same goal: they are in search of happiness and want to avoid sorrow. Liberation - the return to unity is our main motivation and the deity within our being. We are not striving to liberate the individual itself, but to liberate the soul housed within. The human body is merely a tool for the soul in its game to attain liberation. The soul gives the human form a conscience and a consciousness of his surroundings, the human form gives the soul the ability to act. Thus the soul can expand its consciousness, can improve itself and rise towards liberation (becoming one with the source). This book aims to describe this system in a comprehensive manner and to develop new ways of thinking. It is the first conclusive description of the source of our soul for 3,500 years. It will serve to help those seeking answers, create new ways and concentrate their way of thinking on something new. It is an unfortunate fact that people first start to comprehend something when it has become tangible. The main point about values and morals is that they cannot be tried out straight away like a new car or computer. That is why technology is developing at a rate of knots and our morals and values are behind the times. However, that should not stop us from always trying to convey our message. Thanks to the internet, which apparently can reach every corner of the world, and for the "present souls" in every country (approx. 10% of the population of the world) this vision can be realised, if people can open their minds.


The human soul The so called big bang split a large energy form into millions of individual energy forms (souls). According to the law of conservation of energy, all elementary parts are striving for unity with each other. All parts have the same energetic charge and through that they are attracted to each other and to unity (Johannes Tauler *1301: "The soul is of godly origin and strives back towards unity"). Every Chinese school of Daoism strive to return to the source, Daoism has many names for this, for example, the return to unity, return to the state we were in before heaven and earth were created, or before the creation of the cosmic embryo. This is the main problem all souls have. Although every soul has the same way to go to return to unity (liberation), they have a repellent effect on each other. Osho notices that the human is always alone, no matter how much he tries to escape his loneliness. We are scared of darkness and prefer to be part of the masses of fans at a sports or music festival or to find a partner whatever the cost, in order to not be alone. However, the soul needs to be alone, because only by being alone can the soul find the force of attraction back to unity. That is an immutable law. Unfortunately, that is where we can find the egotism that most of the souls have. The soul can only find redemption when this egotistical behaviour ceases to happen. "You should love each other, as yourself". This starts to happen when the souls start to love themselves, along with all their faults. If they can do that, they treat each other with an altruistic love for each other and can serve humanity (see agape). Interaction with other people is the purpose of life - this is how we find salvation. A soul gives the person consciousness and tries "with him and through him"
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to find a loving attitude to others (share and sympathy) to help other souls achieve the ability to act in this realm to contribute to the vision of a better life in the future to change the opinion of the masses - even against hard resistance To do that we have to communicate with each other across the world and teach those are in the dark that means we have to promote the knowledge we've gained. The internet and the media are there to help us achieving that.

Our presence on this planet together with animals is a means to an end. A soul's proper home is not on earth, but with the "godly" unity that it once had to leave. In his work "De Anima", Aristotle wrote, "the activities of the soul are not separate to the material body". The soul cannot exist alone; it has to have a body, in order to work towards redemption. In our human perception of time, the way a soul has to go to reach liberation seems endless and barely tangible. The process a soul takes to develop lasts several 10,000 years. It "lends" its consciousness to a physical body again and again, always in the hope of finally reaching unity with all souls.


The levels of the soul's development are: 1. Unrestricted souls that a) have yet to give their consciousness human form, or b) "Souls of the dead", that have not returned to human form by having been given life by other souls already in human form, or c) "forgotten souls", that have no chance of being given human form 2. Searching souls (approx. 90% of all souls that have currently given their consciousness human form) 3. Present souls (approx. 10% of all souls that are currently in human form) 4. Liberated souls (99 souls of this kind are given human form on this planet every year) 5. Transferral to the highest power in our soul's universe -> God In his work "Questio disputa de Anima" in 1268, Thomas of Aquinas first noted the different groups of souls. "The ontological order of humans is based on the spiritual soul's universal cognitive faculties and in its immediacy with God". The human image carries all of the soul's information (see communication). This is the key to understanding the Oracle of Delphi ("know thyself"). The legislatorial leaders and powerful people in this world always want to impede people from recognising the position of their souls in the spiritual order so that they can secure their own earthly status. By seeing our own souls in a mirror, we can see that, alongside the current social earthly consensus, there is a spiritual world that is showing us the right way to go. Recognising that way would mean contradicting many established earthly systems. Therefore people do not need an earthly leader, but a competent teacher (e.g. the Dalai Lama), who can teach them to obey the spiritual laws and to follow the right way that leads to spiritual development and to further humanity as a whole. If the entire of humanity were to develop in a positive way, there would be more chances for other souls (and in the end for one’s own soul) do develop positively, thus making a better chance for liberation. Conclusion: Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha) has described how to move the soul from an egotistical to an altruistic way of thinking. First you have to love yourself (accepting all faults), then observe and finally share. However, this is not to be taken as simply giving away your possessions (in the way St. Martin gave away his cloak), but in actively taking part in their development and helping others (cf. Liberation). An important goal of Christianity is to place God's son Jesus at "God's right hand", thereby obtaining a place with the "liberated souls". Further reading:
- 926 BC Zarathustra (man is free to choose the right and the wrong way) - 427 BC Plato (philosopher; recognition occurs when the soul has knowledge gained before birth) - 331 BC Cleanthes (philosopher: godliness is our reasoning) - 220 BC Hermagoras of Temnos (founder of the doctrine of stasis) - 354 Augustine of Hippo (the bishop of Hippo Regius, founder of the dualism, body and soul) - 774 Kuekai (Buddhist monk in Japan, founder of the Shingon-shue) - 1165 Ibn Arabi (sufi, advocate of religious tolerance + "The holy spirit leads the soul") - 1225 Thomas Aquinas (immortality of the soul + the union with the human as a tool) - 1301 Johannes Tauler (theologian, The soul is of holy derivation and seeks the return to unity) - 1433 Marilio Ficino (philosopher, proved the immortality of the soul in Theologia platonica) - 1638 Nicolas Malebranche (philosopher, separated the human body and soul) - 1843 Richard Avearius (philosopher, developed the "economic principle" for the spiritual life ....) - 1875 Carl Gustav Jung (founder of analytical psychology) - 1895 Jiddu Krishnamurti (neither methods, religions or teachers lead to the truth) - 1913 Schalom Ben-Chorin (religious studies specialist, fought for the Christian Jewish dialogue) - 1960 Ralph von Muehldorfer (tasks identified "present souls" for the spiritual community) 10

Searching souls Around 90% of all people have a "searching soul". "Searching souls" are primarily egocentric. They do not know the way. They orient themselves before others and constantly make "priority lists" so that they can compare themselves and their position. They are not able to search in themselves and often lose themselves in what is happening around them. Like children they constantly search for a leader or role model. They constantly attempt to emulate every kind of trend, idols, parents, colleagues, managers and other apparently successful people (and also try and do things better than them). To achieve that they swallow every opinion known, discard them only to use them again at a later date. "Searching Souls" need constant information and positive recognition that results of information; ranging from neighbourly gossip, talk shows, newspapers and the news on the radio and television to selfhelp books and magazines of all kind. Every kind of information is consumed, but not saved, because the information itself is unimportant for the soul and its development. It is irrelevant if something bad happened somewhere in the world, or what colour Queen Victoria has dyed her hair or whether the XPLC's shares have gone up or down. "Searching souls" portray the chaos in our world that has always been present. The various views and opposing views, claims and disclaims change constantly. Fulfilment for the inner spiritual emptiness that these souls feel is sought in addiction and consumption. It is also a way of escaping reality. Excessive activity leads to false competition and people with "searching souls" are usually overworked. They hold on tightly to wrong beliefs, manners and ways of thinking. They set wrong standards. "Searching souls" constantly search for recognition of their momentary knowledge and, for that reason, often try to give their opinion. They like to discuss, especially in order to see how other people react to their opinion (need for recognition). They act like little children, who repeat the opinions of adults by rote. They cling to their earthly life and look for happiness in this world (e.g. in a partnership). They see obtaining material things (money, social status, partners and children) as maximums and can become philistines or myrmidons of wrong idols. They ignore their "inner morals" for the sake of the smallest advantage and are therefore capable of anything. They create an oasis of contentment on this planet, which, however, does not satisfy them for long. Seneca wrote in 51 A.D.: But one man is possessed by an avarice that is insatiable, another by a toilsome devotion to tasks that are useless; one man is besotted with wine, another is paralyzed by sloth; [...] many are kept busy either in the pursuit of other men's fortune or in complaining of their own; many, following no fixed aim, shifting and inconstant and dissatisfied, are plunged by their fickleness into plans that are ever new; some have no fixed principle by which to direct their course, but Fate takes them unawares while they loll and yawn..." Constantly comparing yourself to others creates eternal competition. The stakes are constantly set higher, people have to be further, taller, better, richer, fatter - every superlative is open to competition. The plethora of possibilities to compare and compete turns into torture. Stanley Kubrick showed the solution in his film "Eyes Wide Shut". Michael Korth wrote his book "Die Kunst der Bescheidenheit" (the art of modesty) in 2005. His book is about letting go of wrong convictions, turning away from societal consensus and a loving attitude towards our fellow human beings. Only in doing that is it possible to transmutate into a "present soul". Naturally among the "searching souls" there are great differences regarding their spiritual development and the work they do for others. There are "inactive souls" (approx. 52%), others are "already on their way" (approx. 37%) and yet still others are "highly developed" (approx. 11%).

Present Souls "Present souls" have qualified themselves and have received access to the spiritual world alongside their human hereditary traits and cosmic moulding. As a "present soul" the soul is able to ascertain all spiritual information regarding other souls, after a period of practice, for example: • type of soul (searching, present, liberated) • spiritual moulding (inward, outward, giving, taking, comparative) • the gender their partner had in their last incarnation • actual spiritual status (read their emotional store) This makes them superior to the "searching souls": • they therefore believe they are "better" than others, because they see more and have a deeper understanding • they are often driven from their inner desires and emotions, have a creative drive and are ready to act upon it • they cannot deal with the "imperfection" of their fellow human beings • they often pull away from the real world, because they believe that due to the amount of ”searching souls", they would not be able to change anything • therefore they often create their own little oasis and often withdraw into it • they tend to be decadent (Without power, degenerated as a result of over refinement (Duden). typical example: the film Gattaca). Nevertheless they are.... • • incredibly reliable (primary characteristic) full of integrity • able to think for themselves, i.e. they do not orientate themselves according to others, to tide of events, fashion or other trends. • able and willing to be creative • independent • consequential • extremely willing and able to learn • attentive • interested in cultural or societal topics • often artistic (at least in their free time) • they naturally help other souls without wanting anything in return (e.g. Salvation Army or other organisations etc.) • bound strongly to what happens on earth • realist • never in financial or existential hot water • never without work for long These souls are aware of their superior status. They tend to be decadent, a drive they have to overcome by interacting with "everyday life" in order to rise spiritually and be liberated. I call these souls "present souls". I assume that every one soul in ten belongs to this group. As with the "searching souls" there are great differences between the "present souls" regarding their spiritual development and the work they do for others. 50% are "inactive", 44% "already on their way" and 5% are "highly developed". Approx. 1 % is decadent. After a "present soul" has found its way back to humanity then it becomes liberated. It is interesting to note that among the Kailash people, suppressed by China, in Tibet there is a high amount of "present souls". They are peaceful, happy and laugh and celebrate together, despite any difficulties forced upon them. Did you know that most of the charitable organisations on this planet were founded by "present souls"?


Liberated souls After a "present soul" has learned and internalised its last lessons, it becomes liberated. The individual consciousness is augmented to serve the clear purpose of the "godly society", humanity. In its last incarnation on earth, the "liberated soul" acquires important information or discovers things that are important for humanity, like Prometheus was given the task of giving man fire. He carried out his mission despite being under threat of drastic penalties. A "liberated soul" serves the field fitting to the individual (Mozart had a great wealth of musical knowledge from a past life). The liberated soul does not act of its own volition, but on behalf of the "society of liberated souls" (see God"). The mere existence portrays their importance for humanity. Alexander Pope wrote a famous poem about Sir Isaac Newton: “Nature and nature's laws lay hid in night God said let Newton be! And all was light.” A "liberated soul" does not look to others for the way and could very easily be alone. After completing their assignment the "liberated soul" is transferred into the "highest power of the spiritual universe" and loses its individual character. In the "godly community" the soul has everlasting life. For us, they are seen as people that become our role models or enable us to develop. During their life they probably were not famous at all, or they were outsiders who did not stick to societal norms, patterns of behaviour or ways of thinking. They were ready, if need be, to die for their ideas (e.g. Joan of Arc, Jan Hus, Galileo, Qui Jin etc.). Often, decades after their death, their ideas are seen as having substance, are taken up by others or made to a (economic) success. It can also happen that they spent their whole life supporting someone else, as Margerete Peutinger supported her husband or Theo van Gogh his unsuccessful yet talented brother Vincent. Vincent’s work did not become the most paid pictures of all time until the 20th Century. The "godly power" works through these people. They are proof that the human race is lead by the power flowing through them, even if the individual is not aware of this. See Meister Eckhart, who assumed that God (Author's note, as an "extricated Soul") is constantly creatively active". Below there is a roughly sorted list of "liberated souls". The list is by no means complete. By the end of January 2008, I found approximately 3000 "liberated souls". These souls organised, arranged and in doing so became the founders of important ideas, for example, Leonardo da Vinci, who described the first flying machine, not Lilienthal, who merely realised the idea. Go through the list of individual "liberated souls" and take the time to find out what makes them so special. You can gain a completely new picture of our world history. Every one of them found important key facts in their lives from totally different areas of life. Their fields of interest are as colourful and varied as the human race itself, be it in science, art, sociology or views of the world. The "liberated souls" are proof that our souls are permanently being developed - therefore there is no finished godly ideal world (that can look into the future), moreover clear specifications within which we can develop. Humankind, however, is made to suffer constant painful setbacks, be they caused by humankind itself (e.g. war, damage to the environment etc.) or from external forces, e.g. natural catastrophe. This is the only way to explain why, despite the Romans, Greeks and Indians already having bathrooms 3,500 years ago; the Europeans they threw their excrement on the street and did not regularly have a wash. This list could almost become endless. It is also a fact that the efforts of the "liberated souls" often remain unsuccessful, because humanity ignores them. A fascinating example is Democritus, who described the function of atoms and molecules in 460 B.C. Nuclear physics did not become a recognised science until the 19th century. 2,300 years later! Maybe we have to get used to different time dimensions? Alas, humanity is too impatient, constantly wanting to develop and constantly only seeing the individual horizon, solely depicting the span of his own life.


The ancient Greeks placed the principle of these souls with their Gods, the forward thinking Prometheus, who created man, lead him and gave him knowledge. Just like a modern ocean steamer which has been set on a certain course and can no longer be stopped, Prometheus continued with his intention although he knew he would be severely punished. "Liberated souls" are people, like all of us; however, they are possessed by a great mission, which can actually be realised. They are practical, speak in a clear way that can be understood by everyone and have no glorified unworldliness about them. They have published many books in their mother tongue, because they constantly want to share their knowledge with everybody. “Liberated souls" are among humanity's real benefactors and benefactresses. They create thoughts and ideas that can actually be realised and can be of use to everybody. Their blessing are completely selfless and, because of that, incomprehensible for many people (e.g. harmonising the East-West balance of power by Guenther Guillaume, or the autocratic system under Lee Hsien Loonq in Singapore). If we look back further in time, we can see that people found the Galileo’s ideas of those of Giordano Bruno strange - today we laugh at their ignorance and that of those leading society at that time, the same way that future generations will laugh at us. Buddhist-Indian World view There is no creative God in the monotheistic sense that can be made responsible for anything. Every soul is responsible for the world around them. However, you get help from "liberated souls" (Buddha), who are on this planet for the last time. A jivanmukti (a person liberated from the cycles of rebirth) has already been extricated, so they are not an individual in the sense of the spiritual society, but they are a messenger sent by the highest power in our spiritual universe with a special assignment. They consciousness is "godly". The believers in this world have failed to realise that Buddha are always developing new areas for the spiritual community. How many liberated souls are there? I am of the opinion that every year 99 "liberated souls" are born onto this earth, i.e. given human form by and through people. If we look back 3,000 years, since history has been recorded in a useful format, then we see that around 300,000 liberated souls have lived on the earth. Unfortunately, we only know part of it - also, because we only have the horizons of our own history. In particular the souls of women are missing, whose work was less spectacular then Joan of Arc and who became the victims of the Mathilda effect, for example the great Abigail, one of David's wives approx. 1,000 B.C; or Trotula, the midwife; or Louis Henriette of Brandenburg, who used her dowry to rebuild Brandenburg after the Thirty years war. The Dalai Lama said: "It is misnomer to believe that a spiritual world can be reached by withdrawing from society. We can only progress by turning to the real world in a loving way." This is exactly what the "liberated souls" are showing us. They have been among us since the dawn of time. They work in every walks of life, they show us, help us, protest, discover and fight for a better world in the future in which other souls have better chances to develop. The "liberated souls" are fallible (consequently so is god - God is in all of us) and sometimes use methods that can be seen as dubious in retrospect. However, that is one of the main principles of our spiritual world. Everything is an attempt to carry things onward. They are either successful or unsuccessful and so we start again tomorrow, or in many years, decades or centuries. Predestination does not exist. Direction from a higher power (god) is only a serious attempt to remedy any defects in this world. Therefore, even if we want to believe it, we cannot look into the future. We cannot be certain how things are going to end - it all depends on our honest and serious efforts to improve the current state of affairs. We will be rewarded by becoming one with the "greatest power in our spiritual universe".


Liberated souls before Christ
Sorted according to year of birth (as far as this was known) - the links for further information, where available, are to WIKIPEDIA - Approx. 15 Million. BC the first intelligent beings came on land - 6 - 7 million BC the homosapien learns to walk - 30,000 BC humans recognise numbers - 35,000 BC humans have learned to use fire - 7.500 BC Noah saved a number of people from the flood (Phoenix: the natural catastrophe on the Bosporus with resulting period of migration) - before 5000 BC the "invention" of the written word (first primitive incisions) - 5000 BC first sundials in Egypt - 5000 BC the discovery of the wheel and the first ships built - 4500 BC the Egyptians discover how to bake bread - 3060 BC Menes (unifies Upper and Lower Egypt to create the Egyptian kingdom) - 3000 BC first uses of astrology proven in Egypt - 3000 BC invention of the first plough and weaving loom - 2700 BC Imhotep (universal genius, created a new irrigation system along the Nile) - 2700 BC Tien-Lcheu (Chinese philosopher, inventor of ink) - 2500 BC first fishing canal and sewage canal made in the town Harappa (India) - 2500 BC high culture in Mohenjo Daro - 2223 BC Shar-Kali-Sharri (Sumerian king of the Acadian Empire dissolved the ruling house) - 2025 BC KAWIT (wife of Menuhotep II, had a significant influence on Egyptian unification) - 2000 BC The tower of Babel is built (first high rise building in the world) - 1587 BC Tetisheri (fought for the liberation of Thebes) - 1250 BC Hunefer (royal scribe who had great influence) - 1250 BC Agamemnon (created a blossoming kingdom in Mycenae and lead war against Troy) - 1200 BC Joshua (acquired Canaan and was a descendent of Moses) - 1090 BC Heribor (founded the first Theban theocratic state) - 1100 BC invention of the compass and paper production in China - 1000 BC Abigail one of David's wives (sacrificed herself to save her husband Nabal's tribe) - 999 BC King Hiram (founder of the Phoenician kingdom - traded between Orient and Mediterranean) - 930 BC King Solomon (brought peace to Israel, created 12 self-administering districts) - 926 BC Zoroaster (people are free, they can freely choose between the right way and the wrong) - 726 BC Micha (Jewish prophet denounced the claptrap of many religions - attacked those in power) - 708 BC King Manasses (a free thinker who rebuilt Judah and introduced Assyrian pagan practices) - 660 BC Callinus (Greek poet, inventor of Elegy) - 670 BC Kalimachos (Counsellor to the Ptolomaeic queen and manager o the library in Alexandria) - 652 BC Cyaxares (freed the Medes from Scythian rule) - 643 BC Solon (lyricist, gave the Greek state a new constitution) - 637 BC Aisymnet (changed parts of the constitution to protect the workers against the aristocracy) - 624 BC Thales (founder of philosophy and modern science) - 610 BC Anaximander (found the "Origin of life") - 587 BC Pythagoras (Mathematician, developed Pythagoras' theorem) - 563 BC Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha) - 560 BC Ergotimos (created modern pottery) - 551 BC Confucius (founder of study based behaviour in China) - 550 BC Miltiades (saved Athens from the Persians and won the Battle of Marathon)


- 549 BC King Darius (renewed the Persian Empire by introd. an exemplary administrative structure) - 540 BC Heraclitus (philosopher: strongly criticised the citizens of his city) - 526 BC Laozi (wrote impressive chronicles about the history of China) - 514 BC Harmodius (freed the way for Athenian democracy) - 510 BC Cimon (obtained a ceasefire with Sparta) - 500 BC Phidias (most famous sculpture of the classical era, the first person to mix materials + builders in the Acropolis in Athens) - 492 BC Sunzu (military strategist, wrote "The Art of War" "Peace is the point of war") - 484 BC Herodotus (realistic theorist, considered state forms, constitution and the future of Europe) - 480 BC Scylax of Caryanda - (discovered new sea routes) - 480 BC Antiphon (lawyer for the defence, defended the defendants in murder cases) - 470 BC Aspasia of Milet (female philosopher and a famous business critic) - 469 BC Socrates (philosopher, did not believe in the Greek gods, but in love - executed) - 465 BC Hippocrates of Chios (mathematician and teacher of geometry ...), - 462 BC Critias (very controversial politician, also wrote poetry and the first tragic trilogy) - 460 BC Leucippus of Milet (founded a school of philosophy in Abdera) - 460 BC Democritus (physicist, first postulated that matter is made up of atoms) - 460 BC Micon (Greek painter and sculptor) - 447 BC Aristophanes (Greek comical poet, creator of modern political satire) - 444 BC Conon (strategist, strengthened Athens with his policy of alliances and conquests) - 443 BC Erinna of Thelos (...) - 437 BC Archytas (mathematician, saw arithmetic as the basis of science) - 436 BC Isocrates (opened a school or rhetoric in Athens) - 430 BC Lysander (the first to decode military messages using sky tale) - 430 BC Hippias of Elis (mathematician, discovered important geometrical formulae) - 427 BC Plato (philosopher, realisation only occurs when the soul has gained information in former life) - 426 BC Xenophon (author, wrote "Cyropaedia") - 407 BC Hippocrates of Chios (astronomer ...) - 401 BC Ctseias of Cnidus (criticised the decadence of the Persian court) - 400 BC Ephorus of Cyme (cleric, wrote the first universal history of Greece) - 400 BC Hanno the navigator (Phoenician, found new routes for journeys and trade) - 400 BC Ephoros of Cyme (Greek historian, separated historical and geographical events) - 392 BC Diogenes of Sinope (philosopher, criticised the needs of the people in classical Greek period) - 390 BC Phryne (challenged the Greek establishment as a woman, unthinkable at the time, and won) - 385 BC Mencius (Chinese philosopher, saw the innate good in people) - 384 BC Aristotle (showed the most important mathematical relations) - 373 BC Aristoxenos (defined all musical terminology used today) - 370 BC Callisthenes of Olynthus (Alexander the Great's cleric, rejected proskynesis of worldly rulers) - 366 BC Zhuangzi (Chinese philosopher, developed a world perspective which is still valid today) - 363 BC Hecataeus of Abdera (historian, researched Egyptian history) - 362 BC Euclid (mathematician, brought the knowledge of his time together) - 362 BC Pyrrho (truth is ascertainable by neither sense nor judgement) - 356 BC Alexander the Great (created a blooming Persian empire with a humane government of the defeated) - 350 BC Megasthenes (travelled India as a Greek and in doing so contributed to understanding among nations) - 339 BC Dromichaetes (king of the Getae) - 331 BC Cleanthes (Philosopher, second head of the stoic school, godliness is our reason) - 312 BC Callimachus (Librarian in Alexandria, father of the library) - 306 BC Hiero II of Syracuse (developed and built ships of up to 81 m in length)


- 294 BC Xun Zi (Chinese philosopher, A person's evil nature can be overcome by learning) - 285 BC Hegesias of Magnesia (rhetorician, fought for the independent rights of the people of Gaza) - 280 BC Mantheo (to be added) - 276 BC Chrysippus of Soli (organised the Stoic doctrine into ethics, logic and physics) - 275 BC Eratosthenes (chief librarian of the Alexandrian library that housed the complete knowledge of classical Greece before it burned.) - 273 BC Mahinda (proclaimed the welfare state and brought Buddhism to Ceylon) - 262 BC Apollonius of Perge (Greek mathematician, researched conic sections - 260 BC Mimamsa (debated the Indian philosophy) - 256 BC Emperor Gaozu of Han (Chinese emperor, founder of the Han dynasty) - 226 BC Nagasena (Buddhist mage, who wrote a fundamental introduction to Buddhism) - 220 BC Hermogenes of Tarsos (founder of the stasis doctrine) - 207 BC Livius Andronicus (founder of Latin literature) - 200 BC Hero of Alexandria (engineer, inventor of the aeolipile - used heat as the motive force) - 189 BC Hipparchus (astronomer, founded modern scientific astronomy, first to measure the solar year) - 178 BC Panaetius (philosopher, founder of the middle Stoic school, created the doctrine of ethics, the soul of Epiurus!) - 155 BC Menandrou Daos I. (...) - 150 BC Critolaus (built a school of philosophy in Phaselis) - 133 BC Philo of Larissa (did not trust mans ability to ascertain the truth) - 123 BC Antiochus of Ascalon (philosopher, with “Sosus” he defied the sceptical doctrine of Philo) - 106 BC Marcus Tullius Cicero (lawyer, represented, amongst others, the simple folk against corrupt civil servants) - 100 BC Publilius Syrus (developed mime as a theatrical form, which is known today as sex & crime + action) - 98 BC Lucretius (condemned the fall of the aristocracy, pacifist, doubted the existence of the gods) - 94 BC Clodia (bright woman, full of life, who was politically active) - 70 BC Diodorus Siculus (Greek historian) - 70 BC Virgil (master poet of the classical period) - 68 BC Horace (poet, criticised the then contemporary state of affairs) - 63 BC Strabo (created a contemporary work on classical history, edited by Groskurd) - 63 BC Nicodemus (Pharisee, fought for the suppressed Jews in Jerusalem) - 60 BC Geminus (astronomer, the first to assume the world is a sphere) - 52 BC Yang Xiong (wrote the first dictionary of the Chinese dialect of "Fangyan") - 43 BC Ovid (poet, wrote about love and four Epistulae ex Ponto, among other things) - 35 BC Theodorus of Gadara (...) - 33 BC Vipsania Agrippina (married Ceaser Tiberius ...) - 25 BC Aulus Cornelius Celsus (doctor, described the 4 signs of inflammation, among other things) - 10 BC Gaius Stertinus Xenophon (famous doctor of the asclepieion on Kos) - 10 BC Claudius (Roman emperor, refused to be venerated as a god) - 2 BC Judas Iscariot (Judas fought against the Romans and used Jesus for his own ends) - 1 BC John the baptist (the actual founder of modern Christianity) - 1 BC Seneca the Younger (philosopher, denounced the power of Rome and became a naturalist).


Liberated souls 0 - 1000
3 Paul (apostle, first Christian theologian and a very successful missionary) 22 Vitruvius (engineer, extended the water supply network in Rome) 39 Titus (Roman emperor, lead extensive emergency aid measures after Vesuvius erupted) 40 Saint Timothy (missionary and 1st bishop of Ephesus, worked with St. Paul) 40 Martial (criticised the difference between the rich and the poor in ancient Rome) 49 Cai Lun (first documented the creation of paper) 50 Pope Clement I (as a bishop he kept a small congregation in Rome by teaching them about faith and love) 51 Domitian (Roman Emperor, reformed the body politic and introduced education for children) 51 Pope Primus of Alexandria (5th bishop of Alexandria)

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Liberated souls 1801 - 1900
- 1801 Philipp Eduard Devrient (intendant, enforced rules governing rehearsals that are still used today) - 1801 Jacques Triger (geological engineer) - 1801 Gustav Theodor Ferchner (physicist, contributed to the breakthrough of atomism) - 1801 Auguste Arthur de la Rive (physicist, carried out experiments on wave optics, amongst other things...) - 1801 Vincent Alexander Bochdalek (anatomist, researched evolutionary deformities in people)

Liberated souls 1901 - Present Day
- 1901 Edmund Josef von Horváth (Author, characterised the petty bourgeois/philistine) - 1901 Jean Gremillon (French film producer of the avant-garde: accused the government of waging war ) - 1901 Halide Nusret Zorlutuna (Turkish author, wrote Bir Devrin - Aaron's soul) - 1901 Alberto Hurtado (founded the homeless project El Hogar de Cristo; saved hundreds of children from the streets.) - 1901 Linus Carl Pauling (electron structure of atoms – Nobel Prize – was against nuclear testing) - 1901 Enrico Fermi (physicist, developed the first nuclear chain reaction) - 1901 Wilhelm Hanle (physicist, discovered the Hanle Effect)


God The big bang split a large energy form in millions of individual energy forms (souls). According to the law of conservation of energy, all elementary parts must find unity with each other. To do that, however, they have to be given the capability which is only achieved in connection with a human form that gives it them. In return the soul gives the human form consciousness during its lifetime. Every soul is a "searching soul" first of all. If these souls are able to change their consciousness from the individual to the group etc. e.g. helping other people without thinking of themselves, they rise. In their next life they return as "present souls". Alongside their human hereditary traits and cosmic moulding "present souls" also have access to the spiritual world. As a "present soul" they are able to classify other people's souls and, after some practice, are able to read into their emotional store. This makes them superior to the "searching souls". "Present souls" are liberated for acts of great good. Only by giving themselves wholly, without egotistic motives, to other souls is it possible for them to rise to the godly society. In their previous life, "present souls" had the task of giving something special to humanity - the same way Prometheus did, (see the list of "liberated souls"). After completing this last task, their consciousness is transferred into the "community of liberated souls". Humanity has given this group of souls the name "God". I will continue to use that label. God is a collective of souls that have been honoured for their amazing deeds for humanityand whose consciousness is supplemented by "liberated souls" after the death of their human host. God has been the total of all the "liberated souls'" consciousness since the beginning of the world. His consciousness is in a constant state of development, parallel to the process of development which humanity is undergoing. God is not able to create anything of his own accord. Dorothee Soelle, an evangelical theologian, has said "God has no other hands but ours". This invalidates all the creation myths of every religion and theology. Our spiritual community simply uses the existing natural system on this earth to further develop itself. It didn't create the system; however, it constantly tries to improve the conditions for other souls. God merely influences everything by means of "liberated souls" which fight for humanity and change in the world. Like everything else in this world, the outcome is uncertain. The human host can become ill, or die, or possibly have the misfortune of being the wrong gender, which, for reasons of social behavioural doctrine, "may only occupy itself with one thing or another", or it may be persecuted or killed by others for its statements, etc. It is all an attempt to bring humanity forward. "Liberated souls" need to be supported by "present souls" (approx. 10% of the earth's population = 660 million people), by working together to improve the "liberated souls'" ideas and helping them to implement those ideas. "Present souls" are able to recognise "liberated souls", because they have access to the spiritual world and direct access to God. They can experience God as soon as they have integrated this discovery into their waking consciousness. For that reason they often reach other conclusions than the rest of us. God's system and conditions are clear and simple. It's autocratic and immutable. In 265 BC, the Chinese philosopher Xúnzĭi taught "heaven has definite rules, earth has definite regulations."


It is high time that we thoroughly review the world view of "God", even if this goes against the convictions of millions of people and writes off preachers and other "men of the cloth". It will give established religions the foundation they have been looking for and also bring them down to earth. Since every soul is a part of the original energy form, it follows that every part of us is also a part of God. C.G. Jung hit the nail on the head when he said, "God lives in the soul". Further reading:
331 BC Cleanthes (philosopher: our common sense is deity in us) 98 BC Titus Lecretus Carus (doubted the existence of gods) 204 Plato (philosopher, the universe was not created at the whim of a god) 573 Johannes Klimax (abbot, recognised that only "love" can lead to unity with god) 788 Shankara (Hindu philosopher, our redemption is our responsibility) 1225 Thomas Aquinas (immortality of the soul and its unity with man) 1257 Meister Eckhart (philosopher, recognised that god creates now - see "liberated souls") 1301 Johannes Tauler (theologian, the soul is of godly origin and is striving for unity with him) 1433 Marsilio Ficino (philosopher, proved the immortality of the soul in Theologica Platonica) 1511 Michael Servet (humanist, questioned the doctrine of the trinity, was burned as a heretic) 1535 Luis Molina (saw deity in man's freedom of will) 1638 Nicolas Malebranche (philosopher, saw body and soul as two separate entities) 1873 Therese of Lisieux (nun, devotion to other people is god on earth) 1883 Yogananda (monk, noticed similarities between Buddhism, Hinduism and Christianity) 1929 Dorothee Soelle (theologian, "God has no other hands but ours")

Devils and Demons Satan, hell, demons, negative spirits or shadowed beings, and everything else termed evil, are all figments of man's imagination. They are merely suppressed desires or even fears coming to the fore. The potential of being "led into temptation" is an ever present part of people themselves. As the resonance principle says: one person is susceptible another not. Whoever believes in this kind of hocus pocus, will find his personality changing for the worse. Since all souls are energetically connected to each other, people with medial abilities can pick up on the "negative" vibes sent out by others and then start to believe in demons and such. In actual fact they are receiving the negative vibes sent by other souls. Interestingly enough, the only people interested in this kind of thing are usually those who are negatively poled themselves. Unfortunately the mass media uses this phenomenon in film, TV, press and literature. Unknowing souls could be greatly harmed by this sort of thing. Present and liberated souls are immune. There is definitively no such thing as Satan or other devils. The most probable reason for the creation of these dark worlds is man's need to explain and rationalise the negative sides of life and to find someone responsible for his own fallibility. Many are prone to look for blame in others and also to learn from unpleasant things. We are all responsible for our own actions. Nevertheless, even today there are witch hunts, only the demons have been given names: substance abuse, terrorism, foreigners, Hutu/Tutsi etc. There are, however, real threats that aren't man-made. We are under threat by natural catastrophes and catastrophes from outer space. These are the real apocolypses. However, it is wrong to give God the blame for this. Any possible end of the world will be of natural causes. It is not God's revenge on bad people. On the contrary, the godly community is interested in helping all parts of energy find their way back to the whole. Revenge has nothing to do with it.

Communication between souls All beings on this earth are connected to each other. We communicate with each other by sending and receiving vibes. The vibes create a resonance with other beings which is then compared with their own emotional store (consciousness). If the comparison proves positive, the two believe to have come to a unified result (Wolf Singer). If the received information is perceived to be relevant for a being then a reaction (or a decision) is made by sending and receiving vibes. This system works immediately and across the globe.

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Karma Karma is the influence of the current of previous life on a life form. Whoever does not make the effort to resolve any issues, is in danger of being confronted with them in a later life. People have to be clear about this! If a soul behaves in such a way that it’s rather forgotten than remembered after its host dies, then it squanders the opportunity to regain capability. It is forgotten and remains in the "intermediate realm" (eternal "damnation"). It is especially important that our spiritual community's living conditions are improved so that we can ensure a better place for when our souls return (see visions).

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spiritual community

liberated souls present souls 660 million Intermediate Realm for every soul 10 % searching souls 6,100 million Intermediate Realm for every soul

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Living souls choose which soul they want to give capability to.

©07/2008 Ralph von Muehldorfer


Five Necessities for the positive Development of the Soul ........ People have to understand that our collective assignment on this earth is to better the quality of the conditions we live in, and everyone has to do their part. To that end, the following are necessary:

Health No positive spiritual development is possible without a healthy and capable human form. This involves: clean water and fresh air, healthy and sufficient food, preventative health care and a suitable place to stay. Communication Communicating with other souls promotes peace and harmony and also ensures material security for other people by means of burgeoning trade. The necessary use of each other's skills helps everyone. 3,000 years ago in Israel, King Solomon showed the world, how, by means of active communication a country can blossom within a few decades and obtain material and intellectual/cultural riches. He managed to bring opposing ethnic groups together under one central administration. Recognise the soul and the great force of the spiritual universe The basis of this statement is taken from Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha). Nothing needs to be added to it. Souls need to find a ways to go from thinking about themselves as individuals to thinking of society as a whole. It is all about sharing. However, this is not to be taken as simply giving away your possessions (in the way St. Martin gave away his cloak) or sharing useless bits of knowledge, but in actively developing an interest in other people. Education Thomas Jefferson, author of the American declaration of independence, demanded that people be given a basic education (he spread the "light of knowledge"!). Do things for other souls (Ralph von Muehldorfer) Every capable soul has four tasks ahead of it: 1. to understand itself and honour its own needs 2. to give capability to as many related souls as possible 3. to accompany those souls in life 4. to develop the spiritual community further.





The Meaning of Life A soul has no chance of developing or becoming extricated unless it voluntarily takes on things for other souls and, ultimately, the spiritual community. That is an immutable law in our spiritual world, the actual home of every soul. That is the meaning of life. At the moment most people think of money or their own advancement when they think of doing something for others. Every good thought is turned into "monetary value" and examined to see how valuable it is, before putting it into a business plan. There is no booking number in the accountancy department for the spiritual use of something. If everyone just saw every activity in this world from an economical point of view, then we are heading for the biggest catastrophe humanity has ever known. Every challenged and wish for the positive development of our souls are in the five necessities listed above. They will provide the basis for any new vision of a tenable social system. Everything anyone does can be evaluated using that system.


Translator´s Epilogue Ralph was a very flexible client and working with him was great fun. The book’s topic really interests me, making it a joy to translate. I have read quite a bit about the subject matter in the book, but this book gave me new insights into the subject itself, making my awareness of the human soul and the workings of the universe itself grow immensely. British Liberated Souls
- 1022 Harald Godwinson (defended England against the Norman invasion) - 1028 William the Conqueror (King of England, carried out amongst other things, the first census in England) - 1118 Thomas Becket (Archbishop, promoted jurisdiction for criminal clerics, contradicted the king) - 1167 Gerald of Wales popularised the Arthurian saga (Arthur gained victory over the lancers in 150 AC) - 1185 Layamon (English poet, had an extraordinarily large vocabulary of Anglo-Saxon English) - 1190 Robin Hood (English Hero, fought for the poor) - 1275 Robert Mannyng (fought for written English) - 1285 William of Ockham (Franciscan friar who promoted the differentiation of faith and knowledge) - 1342 Julian of Norwich (recognised god's willingness to heal all people) - 1516 Henry Howard (English poet) - 1544 William Gilbert (Elizabeth I's private physician, discovered electricity) - 1544 Cuthbert Mayne (English priest, converted to Catholicism and was sentenced to death) - 1557 Philip Howard, 20th Earl of Arundel (converted to Catholicism ...) - 1561 Robert Southwell (jesuit, who helped the Catholics living in hiding in England ...) - 1564 William Shakespeare (wrote and produced plays that simple people could relate to) - 1578 William Harvey (anatomist, described the exact path of blood circulation) - 1596 Elizabeth Stuart (turned her exile in the Hague into a spiritual centre for the reformation) - 1608 John Milton (political philosopher, wanted to reconcile the Anglican and Catholic church) - 1616 Nicholas Culpeper (doctor, taught preventative medicine and self-healing) - 1624 George Fox (preacher, founding father of the Quakers) - 1626 Richard Cromwell (diplomat ...) - 1635 Robert Hooke (physicist, discovered plant cells) ... - 1635 Thomas Burnet (theologian, wrote Telluris Theoria Sacra ...) - 1643 Isaac Newton (physicist, paved the way for today's mechanics) - 1644 Henrietta Anne Stuart (negotiated the secret treaty of Dover) - 1663 Thomas Newcomen (invented the steam engine) - 1671 Anthony Ashley Cooper 3rd Earl of Shaftesbury (Philosopher, wrote Inquiry concerning virtue) - 1688 Alexander Pope (English philosopher, wrote "Essay on Man") - 1693 John Harrison (father of the modern ship's chronometer for precise navigation) - 1724 Adam Ferguson (social ethics, morals are important stones on the way to fulfilment) - 1754 William Murdock (physicist, invented the gaslight and airtube in 1792) - 1763 George Morland (English painter, who painted pictures as fine as a colour photograph) - 1765 Emma, Lady Hamilton (and example of an active woman who was absolutely free and tirelessly served England) - 1771 Robert Owen (British entrepreneur, founder of the co-operative movement) - 1772 Samuel Taylor Coleridge (philosopher and critic, wrote Sibylline Leaves) - 1775 Jane Austen ( made it as an author, despite societal reservations) - 1778 Joseph Lancaster (modern educationalist - established vocational schools) - 1778 Humphry Davy (chemist, discovered the elements sodium, potassium, barium, strontium, magnesium + boron) - 1781 George Stephenson (invented the security light for miners) - 1783 William Sturgeon (physicist, created the first electro-magnet) - 1785 Adam Sedgwick (made Cambridge into a modern education and research institution) - 1786 David Low (Scottish professor, researched into the world's land distribution)


- 1788 George Gordon Byron (poet, supported the Greek independence movement) - 1791 John Mercer (found a way to embellish materials - mercerised cotton) - 1791 Michael Faraday (discovered electromagnetic induction) - 1797 Sir Charles Lyrell (professor of geography, "humans are older than we thought") - 1800 William Talbot (invented the photo negative as a way of making photos; made the imprints portable) - 1800 George Bentham (botanist, created a unique herbarium) - 1804 Sir Richard Owen (biologist, discovered the trichina in domestic pigs) - 1809 Charles Darwin (modern theory of evolution) - 1809 Edgar Allan Poe (author, father or the who-dunnits) - 1811 Dr. James Young (chemist, discovered the uses of the oil shale) - 1812 Charles Dickens (author, protested against his current situation) - 1813 Thomas Andrews (physicist, heat generation in chemical processes) - 1813 John Snow (doctor, father of epidemiology - fought cholera in London) - 1814 John Ramsbuttom (discovered safety valves on pressure cookers) - 1815 James B. Francis (engineer, invented the Francis Turbine with adjustable vane wheel) - 1820 Florence Nightingale (fought rebelliously for health care for the poor) - 1820 Herbert Spencer (philosopher, used the theory of evolution to explain society's evolution) - 1823 Alfred Russel Wallace (philiosoph, socialist and activist of the English land reform) - 1828 Joseph Swan (developed the first usable light bulb and bromide paper for photographs) - 1832 William Crookes (physicist and chemist, discovered thallium) - 1832 Edward Tylor (founder of cultural anthropology) - 1832 Lewis Carroll (author, wrote Alice in Wonderland) - 1832 Charles Haddon Spurgeon (Baptist priest, one of the most famous preachers of the 19th century) - 1838 William Henry Perkin (developed dyes) - 1855 Houston Stewart Chamberlain (wrote the bases of the 19th century on 1200 pages) - 1856 George Bernhard Shaw (wrote the British labour party’s basic policy statement) - 1857 Ronald Ross (doctor, discovered that moskquitos carry maleria -> Nobel Prize 1902) - 1860 Karl Max, Prince Lichnowsky (English ambassador, warned about the 1st world war) - 1862 Mary Kingsley (ethnologist, researched parts of Africa) - 1863 Henry Royce (engineer, developed high-performance motors) - 1866 William Thomsen Kelvin (physicist, thermodynamics, Kelvin scale – still used today) - 1869 Edith Craig (British theater director...) - 1877 Francis William Aston (developed the mass spectrometer) - 1881 Alexander Fleming (Penicillin) - 1883 Alexander S. Neill (educationalist, believed in the good of children, did away with corporal punishment) - 1884 Guy Maunsell (construction engineer, built the world’s largest Spannbetonbrücke) - 1887 Henry Moseley (proved the correctness of atomic numbers in chemistry) - 1890 Robert Aylmer Fisher (geneticist, Darwin’s successor...) - 1890 Stan Laurel (actor, alongside Oliver Hardy was one of the funniest comody duos of filming history) - 1892 George Paget Thomson (physicist, discovered electron defraction on a metal grid -> Nobel Prize) - 1892 Sir Robert Watsen-Watt (physicist, invented the radar) - 1898 Ralph Howard Fowler (physicist, father of statistical mechanics) - 1900 Charles Sutherland Elton (ecologist, one of the first environmental activists, coined the term eco-system) - 1903 Ernest Walton (physicist, broke different lighter elements with rapid protons) - 1910 Dorothy Mary Hodgkin (structure of vitamin B12 -> Nobel Prize 1964) - 1913 Peter Glenville (ambitious film and theatre producer, researched Thomas Becket) - 1916 Maurice Wilkins (the first to prove DNA structures - Nobel Prize for Medicine 1962) - 1919 Robert Hanbury Brown (physicist: developed the intensity inferometer) - 1944 Alan Parker (British screenwriter wrote “Mississippi Burning” and “The Wall”)


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5. Here is the first reading “Karma, what is karma?“ as a German Video.


The problem with reading the book on the PC or a laptop is that most people have to deal with constant interruptions; e-mails come in, your friend contacts you on MSN or Skype or, for some reason, your computer crashes. Is it not the best thing in the world to sit in your favourite chair, reading a book, wrapped in a blanket with a cup of tea? I think we all need this time to ourselves. We start to relax and really understand the author's point of view. We have kept the price low at £12. As many readers, however, do not want to wait for the post, they can print it out. The printable download costs a mere £8 on LULU and can be used as soon as the money is taken from your credit card. The download versions are more up-to-date than the printed copy, because they are updated every 6 months with the new “present souls”. Here is the link to all English versions: http://stores.lulu.com/finnemore Regardless which version of the book you decide to take, we would like to take this opportunity to wish you pleasant reading and ask you to recommend the book to your friends and family so that everyone on the planet will soon have a copy. Berlin 18.12.2009 Ralph von Muehldorfer and Matthew Finnemore

This free download contains part of the original text only. The list of around 4,000 “liberated souls” from 3.500 B.C until today are missing. You can buy the book as a paperback by Amazon or other book shops using the following ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-4452-5117-2 Naturally, the book can be ordered in your local bookstore for £ 12. If you do not want to wait for the post to deliver your book, or you want to save the packaging, you can purchase the complete book as an E-book (printable pdf.) on LULU for £ 8. For academics there is also a Download available with working links to the biographies I have found on Wikipedia. The links will help you to research all the information I based this book upon. This requires the latest version of ADOBE Reader 8.0. You can order it here: http://stores.lulu.com/finnemore


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