See what they're saying about "The Peasant and the King!"
"I have long thought that Pantheism and Perennialism each needed its own instructive mythology, an optional gospel of sorts for those who want to go much deeper than the platitudes of 'all is one' or 'all religions point to the same truth.'
"The Peasant and the King managed to accomplish both and so much more. In a world of theological checkers, Waldo Noesta is playing five-dimensional chess. How else can you describe a game where the objective is to climb outside of linear time and defeat yourself, so you can go back to the board and teach Black and White that they are on the same side?"