Hi. I’m Matthew. This blog is for the book, The Existence of Light: A Layman Attempts Theosophysics, but you can just call it The Existence of Light. I do, any way. This blog will serve as a source for updates about the book, links relevant to the book, and a place for questions/comments/reviews/psychoanalytic critiques about the book from readers like yourself. That last one is very important because I really do care *sincere eyes and tilt of head*.
However, I would ask that all comments be constructive, whether they are in favor or opposed to the book. As stated in the book, I would appreciate it if the criticism were a little more detailed than, “you suck.” And, by “more detailed” I do not mean specifications (or illustrations) as to that which I may suck. As this blog exists for the promotion of discussion, and suggestions of “what” you would like me to stick “where” do not serve that end, I retain the authority to cull such criticism at my own discretion. So, there.
If you happen to have stumbled upon this blog, gotten to the end of this page, but have no idea what I’m talking about, here are a couple of links to where you can purchase The Existence of Light. You know — if you wanna.
Update: Due to the limitations of my cheap-seat status of blog ownership with WordPress, there is not, to my knowledge, a way by which to field your comments, questions, etc. directly, forum or comment board style. This leaves me with few other options. My solution is to post on this site as planned, with various links related to the the scatterbrained subjects of the book. I will try to make sure I cover all of the topics brought up in the book that might lead to questions, and then you may locate the post most related to your questions or comments and comment from there. Consider each post I make as the start of a forum thread, and we will go from there. If you cannot find a post related to your question please say so in a post that at least comes close and I will try to make a post about your specific request, since someone else may have the same question. Also welcome are recommendations of another method by which to field questions that might be better/ more efficient.