If you are a philosopher and have delved deeply into space -- time consciousness and how it is likely to save Western Civilization, this book may be a pushover. For the rest of us ordinary mortals, the book is virtually unintelligible, and for the average bookshop, unless specializing in matters psychic and allied subjects, it is certainly not a book for regular stock. The author's thesis is that instead of going on to another Fall of Rome, we may go on to perfection because of the space-time consciousness. Once developed -- the problem is, how to utilize this ""sense of destiny"". And -- so what? Sorry.