The purpose of my life has been to discover the purpose of life.  The answers are out there, if anyone chooses to
look for them.  Truth can be found in religion and science as well as books, movies, and music. In particular, the
novel
Illusions by Richard Bach, the song “Innuendo” by Queen, and the Pink Floyd albums The Wall and Dark
Side of the Moon
.  Through these works of art, most concepts of the Universe can be understood.  The truth can
be found, but only if a person chooses to look.
      In this essay, I will attempt to outline the truth as best I can.  For all who want to know the answers, they can
be found here, in this documentation of my life’s work.  However, with this truth comes an entirely different
perspective on everything—a perspective that makes it almost impossible to live in this world.  To any and all who
may read this, be warned that if you choose to believe the truth, it will change the way you perceive everything.  
The purpose of this essay is to let all those who want to know the answers find them.  Also, it will serve as a solid
document containing all the theories I’ve spent my lifetime finding.  Finally, it should serve as a suicide note, for
once I am finished, I plan on leaving this world.

Three Dimensions of Thought
      To understand this essay, you must understand the differentiations between dimensions of thought.  There are
three dimensions of thinking.  The first is 1-dimensional thought, which is what most people of this world use to do
most of their thinking.  This is the thought produced in your brain, and it covers everything solid and concrete that
is absolutely and undisputedly there.  In 2-dimensional thought, there is more than what is simply there.  Most
poetry and song lyrics are 2-dimensional, containing metaphors and symbols, which represent things different from
what they are on the first dimension.  Then there is the third dimension, which is simply the truth.  It is logic where
there is none, like in a dream.  All dreams have meaning, but only in the third dimension.  This essay explains the
concepts of third dimensional thought, but using first dimensional language, which limits the amount of truth I can
convey.
      What is written on this paper is the truth, no exceptions.  If you choose to believe any of what I say, you must
believe it all, because there are no contradictions when it comes to reality.  The more complicated the answers to
the meaning of life become, the further from the truth they are.  There are only three true statements that can be
made to apply to everything, and I will explain each of them in detail.  The only three fundamental truths of the
Universe are:  1- Life is experience, 2- Existence is infinite, 3- Fate is a choice.

Life is Experience
      There are three elements that make up the whole of existence.  They are space, time, and life.  There must be
space for anything to exist, for without matter, there would be nothing.  That’s the most obvious truth there can
be.  But what fewer people will accept because it is beyond 1-dimensional comprehension is that there are infinite
types of matter existing in the universe.  The universe consists of far more than merely planets, solar systems, and
galaxies, but of everything imaginable.  There must also be time in order for there to be existence.  Without time,
nothing would change, and matter would be like a still picture frame, or a film paused at one point.  It is obvious
that time must exist, but it is less commonly believed that there are infinite types of time.  Things change all around
the universe, but in an infinite number of ways.  Time can also be moved faster or slower, forwards or backwards,
or stopped.
      So then, what is the meaning of life?  Couldn’t the universe exist without living creatures to experience it?  If a
tree falls in the forest and nobody is around, does it not make a sound?  The answer is no.  In order for the
universe to exist, there must be souls in existence, moving in, out, and around it.  The meaning of life is
experience.  Emotions, despite popular scientific believe that they originate in the mind, come straight from the
soul.  Without living souls to experience space and time, and feel the emotions these inspire, neither could exist.  
And just as there are infinite types of matter, and infinite ways things can change, there are infinite emotions that
can be felt.  The most powerful emotion, though, can be felt everywhere at every time throughout the universe,
and that is love.  Truth and Love are the only things that remain constant throughout existence.
      Our lives take us into the Universe, into any part we choose.  We have an infinite amount of lives to live, an
infinite amount of experiences to have.  Before we begin a life, we decide what experience we want to have, and
we enter the universe in the space and time where we can have that experience.  In these lifetimes, we are free to
do whatever we choose, and we are free to change our minds about our decisions, unless we choose not to allow
ourselves to change our minds.
      Richard Bach uses the word “illusion” to describe the lives we live.  This is a very accurate perception of the
truth.  Time, space, and life, are all illusions.  Nothing that goes on anywhere, at any time, or to anyone affects the
underlying “reality.”  Reality is divinely indifferent.  It doesn’t care what experiences we choose to have, what
times and spaces we choose to feel emotions at.  Richard, in his book
Illusions, analogizes our lives to motion
pictures.  We walk into a film knowing what we’re going to experience: romance, horror, action, comedy, fantasy,
etc.  But what happens in the film doesn’t affect what happens around us, only our emotional outlook on things.  
We can choose any film we want, and we’re free to change it, see it again, or walk out in the middle.  Our lives
our films, and we are the actor, director, producer, and screenwriter.

Existence is Infinite
      The being referred to as “God” is actually an infinitely different amount of beings.  God is a character created
my man to explain the inexplicable.  Recently, in this world, man has turned to science to explain the order of the
universe.  God and science are both names for the same thing:  an explanation of time and space in the illusion.  In
reality, God is simply a being in which all emotions of every soul are felt at once, all time, all space, and all that has
ever been exists in God.  In short, God is existence.
      The Is, the combination of all time, space, and life, of everything and nothing is incomprehensible to a singular
soul.  How all things that exist can be combined in one presence is a phenomenon incapable of being understood.  
The phenomenon of omnipresence, of existence everywhere and nowhere, lies beyond the realm of dimensional
thought.  God exists on the fourth dimension, a plane of infinite existence that stretches through the realm of
everything and nothing.  God creates all time, space, and life.  It is a part of every soul, and every soul is a part of
it.  It has no past, present, or future, it resides in no location, its emotions belong to no one, it just Is.
      This does not mean anyone else’s perceptions are wrong.  If a person believes that God sits on a throne in
the clouds, and punishes the wicked whenever they do wrong, they are absolutely correct, because it’s what they
believe.  Truths we hold in the illusion are the truths of our perception.  Whatever we believe is the truth, is truth in
this lifetime.  What I outline in this essay are the truths of the entire Universe, that do not differ, but it is your
choice whether or not to believe them.  If you decide not to believe what I say, then what I say is not true.
      God is existence.  Existence is infinite.  What does infinite mean?  Well, on the first dimension, infinite
existence means that if you sent a space ship on a course to the edge of the universe, it would never reach it.  On
the second dimension, infinite existence could suggest that a soul could live forever, and never experience
everything.  Both these explanations are correct as far as the truth goes.  But on the third dimension, what infinite
existence means is that anything a soul could possibly imagine, anything at all, exists somewhere and at some time
in the universe.  
      All a soul has to do is imagine a world, and the Is creates it.  A soul could imagine a world where there is no
God, and the Is will create that world, and that world will in fact have no God.  Another soul could then imagine
the very same world that is ruled by a God, and the Is will put that soul into the very same world as the other
soul.  Only for this soul, the world will have a God, or two, or infinite, however many are specified by the soul.  
Two souls living in the same world, but with two different perceptions.  Both are right, because of the one truth
that holds true for all truths: Existence is Infinite.
      Pink Floyd touched on this very truth in the album
Dark Side of the Moon, probably without knowing it.  
Throughout the medley of music, songs come on with lyrics of both dimensions.  “Time” and “Money” have very
1-dimensional lyrics, while “Breathe,” “Us and Them,” and “Brain Damage” journey into 2-dimensional logic.  But
the very last song, “Eclipse,” is one of the rare works of art that stretch into the third dimension.  The last two lines
of the song are “and everything under the sun is in tune, but the sun is eclipsed by the moon.”  Translated into 1-
dimensional terms, this means that everything you experience really happens, but eclipsed by the moon.  The
moon being a symbol for Truth.  The dark side of the moon is a place where there is no truth.  Everything
happens, but it is only truth under the shadow of the greater truth, that Existence is Infinite.  The last thing said on
the album, very faintly, says it all: “There is no Dark Side of the Moon really.  Matter of fact, it’s all Dark.”  There
is no world where nothing exists; the entire universe doesn’t exist.

Fate is a Choice
      So now comes the time to face the unpopular side of this philosophy: freedom.  We have the freedom to do
whatever we want to do.  We decide what we want when we come into this world.  We are shown everything
that will happen before it happens.  We then enter the illusion, and forget all other lives we’ve had, all other truths
we’ve known, all other realities that have existed.  Unless, of course, we choose to remember them, as Jesus had,
but I won’t get into that.  While inside the illusion, we are free to change our minds, stop the film, turn it off, or do
whatever we want.  But in most lifetimes, we don’t let ourselves do that.  The fact is, whatever happens to us,
happens because we wanted it to happen.
      Evil is an illusion.  There is no evil, only that which exists in a soul’s imagination.  Some souls choose to live
their lives as a bad guy, and there is nothing wrong with that, because any victims they claim are only victims
because they chose to be.  There are no conflicting desires.  Everyone gets exactly what they want.  If a soul
chooses a life of persecution, they will get it, and all the rich drama that comes with it.  Of course, they want to be
persecuted, but they don’t want
to want to be persecuted.  If a father of a murdered girl understood that his
daughter died because he wanted her too, the emotion would be lost on that.  The concept that crime and injustice
exists because we want it to is not an easy thing to accept.  The universe is a perfect place, and everyone
experiences exactly what they choose to experience.  The perfect universe is a concept impossible to accept for
all those who choose to be victims, and that is okay.
      Fate is the current that carries us along in this world, which I call Millennium Earth.  In this world of finite
things, there will be an end.  Every event that has ever happened leads to the end of the world, a judgment day in
which evil and injustice will be obliterated, and the human race can live in harmony.  When that day comes, each
soul will make a choice: to believe in the truth offered to them and live eternally, or not to accept, and perish.  
Those who believe are those souls who are in existence today, living free to move in and out of the illusion at any
time or place, and having every experience they desire.
All these concepts can be found in the lyrics of Queen’s song “Innuendo”, and in my book of the same title.  This
end-of-the-world saga is the truth of this world, but merely an innuendo to the whole truth of the universe.  There
is no death.  Even those who choose not to believe and perish are still free to change their minds.  All events are
causes that lead to the one effect: judgment day, but nothing makes it so we can’t change these causes.  All paths
lead to life, no matter what paths we choose.  We can change whatever we want, but in the end, the fate of our
world remains the same, and the truth does not stray from the one fact that Fate is a Choice.  In “Innuendo”
Queen sings of all the truths of the world, all the injustices of life, and then makes the bold statement to stand out:
“You can be anything you want to be.  Just turn yourself into anything you think that you could ever be.”  This
concept of truth behind truth can only be understood on the third dimension, and cannot be accepted on the first.  
It is the hint made by Queen, by Richard Bach, by Pink Floyd, and by me.  “Through our sorrow, all through our
splendor, don’t take offense at my Innuendo.”

Millennium Earth
      We all live in different worlds, but we all share this one space-time I call Millennium Earth.  The world around
us is currently home to six billion souls.  I call it Millennium Earth because this world exists only at this time, and
only at this point in space.  All our history, from the prehistoric age, to biblical times, to the last century, was all
different worlds.  Even now, each individual soul lives in its own world with its own truths and own choices.  We
all have one thing in common: we chose this space-time.  We all have one thing uncommon: why we chose this
space-time.  Based on my own observations and experiences, and a little help from the “bleeding hearts and
artists,” I have come up with my theories as to why we live the way we do.
      Society in Millennium Earth is designed to divide.  Pink Floyd calls it The Wall, which is a very accurate
symbol for the divisions created by us in our worlds.  We use The Wall to divide people from each other, people
from themselves, and to divide the illusion from the truth.  Everywhere there is crime, hunger, hate, disease, and
countless other “injustices of God.”  Bad things happen to good people because it’s their choice.  We all came
hear to live in a world with The Wall.  I chose this life to have the experience of tearing down The Wall, and
seeing the truth behind the illusion.  Most people will not have chosen this life to do that, so they will not want to
believe the truths I tell them, and that is okay.
      It is possible to live “Outside The Wall.”  In any illusion, the wall can be torn down, and the underlying truths
of infinite existence, purpose of life, and choice of fate can be seen.  Once this is understood, and it can be seen
that nothing is real, we can change the illusions to our liking.  We can perform magic, but only if we let ourselves.  
In the past of space-time, people who lived beyond the illusion performed magic and were called wizards,
witches, or prophets.  In Millennium Earth, no one chooses to do that.  Because I know the secret of the illusions,
I can perform magic, but I don’t want to, or I would have chosen a world where this was possible.  Before I
came in, I decided not to let myself perform any miracles.
      Outside The Wall are the people who love us.  Inside The Wall, we have those we love, but they take on
different forms, those of our friends, our lovers, and our family.  They are our spiritual family.  There are infinite
members of each family, and there are infinite families.  We choose which members of our family we will enter a
life with, and which parts they will play.  A lot of the time, our actual family contains none of the members of our
spiritual family.  But we are always in the same world as our soul mate, a cosmic partner with whom we are
connected to beyond the realm of emotion.  Sometimes we choose not to find our soul mate, or we choose for
them not to recognize us.  In this world of suffering, very few people allow themselves to love their soul mate, and
that is okay.
      This is a perception that is not easy to live with, but is the truth.  Very few people who live inside The Wall
would like to believe that they only struggle because they want to.  That is because Millennium Earth is specifically
set up to do everything it can to block the truth that we are free.  To be free and happy, all you have to do is stop
struggling.  As a guide to living this way, simply follow three rules: 1-Don’t do any work unless you want to, 2-
Quit any organization you do not want to be a part of, 3-Don’t respect anyone who does not respect you.  
Respect is an understanding of another soul’s decisions, an understanding that whatever they choose is the right
choice.  These rules are the rules of a fool, but a fool who knows the truth.  You won’t get very far in this world
by living by that code, but rest assured, you will get what you want, as long as you understand that you want even
those things you don’t want.  As Led Zeppelin says in my favorite song of this lifetime, “Yes, there are two paths
you can go by, but in the long run there’s still time to change the road you’re on.”
      So once you stop living inside The Wall, what happens?  Pink Floyd laid it out precisely in
The Wall.  Once
you say “Stop!  I wanna go home, take off this uniform and leave the show,” you will find yourself to be “waiting
in this cell because I have to know, have I been guilty all this time?”  Following will be the trial of your lifetime.  As
everything that has ever happened to you, everyone you’ve ever known, all the bricks in the wall come back to
build themselves around you, the worms will eat into your brain.  But in the end, the worms (the people who judge
you) don’t matter, because you decide the verdict, and though it sounds terrible to “tear down the wall” you will
do it, and “the ones who really love you” will “walk up and down Outside the Wall.”
      Basically, there will be consequences to your actions, but they will be whatever you choose them to be.  It is
possible to live a life without consequences, but we don’t want to.  Millennium Earth is for those people who want
to struggle.  For those of us who change our minds, and decide to stop struggling, there is always the option of
suicide.  If there is anything that all religions, philosophies, and societies of Millennium Earth agree on is that
suicide is wrong.  But in reality, suicide is just walking out when you’re finished.  Millennium Earth can’t allow
people to accept this as a reasonable choice, because if we can just end our lives, our struggles don’t seem
reasonable.  But all death is suicide, because we’ve all chosen to die at some point.  And it is a perfect world, so
nobody dies without their consent, and the consent of all others.  Any pain brought to anyone’s life by death or
suicide is there because they have chosen for it to be there, and that is a truth that Millennium Earth will never
allow them to accept.
      Death is not the end.  You can always come back and try again.  You can choose to return to a world
identical to Millennium Earth, but with the ability to perform magic, and to remember previous realities and lives of
your choosing.  It can all be done.  Anything you can possibly imagine can and does exist at some place and at
some time with some emotion.  Believe that, and the rest will follow.  Or don’t believe it.  Whatever you believe is
true, is true.  Whatever you decide the answers are, they are.  Whatever you decide God is, it is.  Whatever
pleasure or pain you want, you can have.  Whatever you decide to be real, will be reality.  Nothing really exists
anyway.  In the end, only Love is real.  So make your choices, and enjoy the experiences.
The Meaning of Life
Kem Stone - May 2000