Reclaim the foundational  

  thoughts and deeds  

  of the great ancestors  

  of humanity  

Time to equip yourself with the greatest knowledge from world history!

Dear friend and fellow student of world history,

Our day-to-day life can seem uneventful, but this doesn't have to be the case. Since—in reality—you are the beneficiary of an ancient heritage of dazzling depth and beauty


By the sheer fact of being a human being, you are connected to the heroes of the past, who through their titanic acts have moved the world incrementally forward.

This page is your call to adventure! It is time for you to reclaim this heritage!


And how will my book accomplish this?

  This book contains the greatest gems of wisdom from hundreds of books. As a result, this book contains a lifetime worth of reading, saving you tons of time!


  Ever read a book by a theoretical physicist? Physics gave me the logical skills to understand parts of history inaccessible to general historians and allowed me to explain complex concepts in simple terms.

  Have you EVER heard of a SINGLE BOOK that gives you in-depth insights into the ideas of Stone Age shamans, Sumerian astronomers, Greek logicians, Indian yogis, Chinese moralists, Japanese Zen masters, Roman politicians, medieval knights, Italian humanists, Portuguese explorers, French revolutionaries, English scientists, American founders and more.

  While most world history books give you a bland “generic” summary, this book will zoom into the actual human beings of the time, allowing you to experience the world through their eyes.





So now for some more detail about what's actually in the book. To get a basic idea of the topics, you can look at the table of content below.


If you're a book-lover like me, reading these chapter titles will feel like walking in a candy store. I invite you to imagine how the knowledge in each of these chapters will impact your life!


Part 1: The Dawn of Man

1       Shamanic Visions

2       The Seeded Earth


Part 2: The Rise of Civilizations

3       The Divine Kings

4       The Celestial Lights

5       The Epic of Gilgamesh

6       The Covenant


Part 3: Eastern Philosophy

7       The Forest Philosophers

8       Emptiness

9       The Way

10     Zen


Part 4: Ancient Greece

11     The Age of Heroes

12     Sacred Geometry

13     Know Thyself

14     Democracy

15     Alexander the Great

Part 5: Ancient Rome

16     The Roman Republic

17     The Roman Empire

18     The Stoics

19     Forgiveness

Part 6: The Middle Ages

20     Submission

21     The House of Wisdom

22     The Philosophers’ Stone

23     The Quest

24     The Noble Heart

25     Abelard and Heloise

Part 7: The Renaissance

26     The Individual

27     The Schism

28     The Voyages of Discovery

Part 8: The Enlightenment

29     The Nature of Knowledge

30     The Scientific Revolution

31     The Divine Clockmaker

32     The Death of God

33     All Men Created Equal

34     I Have a Dream


Part 9: The Industrial Revolution

35     The Age of Machines

36     Workers Unite!


Part 10: The Second World War

37     Hitler

38     The Atomic Bomb




By this point, you might be wandering what got me to write the book (and read the thousands of pages of source material).


It all started when I was about sixteen years old. I used to hate reading, but it turned out that this was just because no one had ever given me something worthwhile to read.


This all changed when I saw a documentary on Star Wars (geek alert, sorry) in which director George Lucas claimed his life-changing mythological themes were derived from the work of his teacher—a man named Joseph Campbell.


Suddenly, I felt compelled to pick up one of his books! Although his work is historically outdated (much of it was written in the 60s), it developed in me a deep awe for history.


I recently found a diagram I made when I was 20 years old, in which I already outlined a plan to create an updated version of his grand overview of world history.


In time, I got better at reading, often making 16-hour days, reading 200+ pages of tough material + making accurate notes.


Finally—13 years later—after rewriting my work many times, I’m finally happy with the result. I decided to call it “THE GREAT WORLD HISTORY BOOK.”