The Crucifixion of the World

An Insight into Autism

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
234 Pages
Reviewed on 12/10/2017
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Author Biography

Who I am and where I come from is not important. I have lived for several decades in many different parts of the world. I have always felt like an outsider, not belonging to a particular group or to any ideology. Not belonging to anything has left me free to observe and question everything, from science to politics religion and art, and many other things besides. While others may aspire to live morally, I have always adopted a loosely moral approach to life which has given me certain freedom to keep an independent mind.

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Reviewed by Ruffina Oserio for Readers' Favorite

Mind-boggling and utterly entertaining, The Crucifixion of the World: An Insight into Autism by Dogov Spring combines both religious and philosophical thoughts to discuss autism. Here is a book that looks at the human conundrum from very interesting perspectives. To understand the phenomenon of autism, the author gives a critical analysis of some of the key moments in human thought. This is a powerful book that explains how autism is a form of crucifixion. The author does this by using Plato’s Myth of the Cave, the tomb of the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamen, and the Sphinx. He also shows how the works of Martin Luther, King Henry VII, and the Archbishop of Canterbury support his claims. But what does the “the sound of the one hand clapping” in Buddhist thought and the Mona Lisa have to do with his theories on autism?

This book has a lot for the reader and will be an enthralling read for fans with different interests — theologians, philosophers, scientists, biologists, architects, and more. The book is packed with interesting information and facts that will blow the reader’s mind. I enjoyed the insightful thoughts the author shares with readers. For instance, here is one of the realistic thoughts that grabbed my attention: “Ideologically we are engaged in creating wealth but producing poverty. We are programming the masses for enlightenment but producing mass-ignorance. We advocate freedom but the result is slavery, and we are free-speech warriors; we place freedom before the speech because we are more emotional than logical, or we speak before we think.” Dogov Spring’s writing features many such thought-provoking concepts about human reality. The Crucifixion of the World: An Insight into Autism is entertaining and a surprising discovery.

Stephen Fisher

The Crucifixion of the World: An Insight into Autism by Dogov Spring is an account of how the author views the world. It's history, as viewed from both sides of the ongoing debate between Evolution and Creation. He has found a common ground for both arguments, and logically explains both sides with a unique approach that brings them into cohesion, touching on subjects such as Adam and Eve and the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, the differences and similarities between Christianity and Catholicism. His views cover many subjects between the World Cup, Jesus and the 12 disciples, and yes, even autism.

Dogov Spring does a convincing job of separating and bring cohesion to many of the different religions and theories that have plagued mankind since the beginning of time. His works go into detail that ties everything together with his calculated observations and interpretations. His writing is absolutely flawless as he easily shifts from one subject to the next. His use of drawings, known works of art, and descriptions of many of his subjects are vivid and clear. Good, Knowledge, Tree, and Evil. These four distinct words are used with different variations of terms that vary between governments, nations, and religious metaphors. Life's many mysteries are all explained as Dogov Spring leaves no stone unturned. The Crucifixion of the World is work best read with a hungry mind that is open to the infinite possibilities of the universe, both spiritually as well as physically, to reach his points of view. Well done!

Divine Zape

A brilliant, well-researched, beautifully written, and intriguing book that offers a fresh and revolutionary interpretation of autism, The Crucifixion of the World: An Insight into Autism by Dogov Spring is a gripping book packed with information and insightful passages. In this book, the author offers a completely new and fresh perspective on the nature of autism, underlining the fact that it is a form of crucifixion. This view is supported by compelling evidence in the areas of philosophy, politics, and religion, such as the Archbishop of Canterbury, Plato and his myth of the Cave, the tomb of the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamen, the Sphinx, and many others. Most of all, it’s a book that explores the mystery of Christ and offers surprising points on how the scientific theory of evolution is flawed.

But there is more to this book than the fact that it takes a look at autism and sees the crucifixion of Christ as a symbol of the world’s crucifixion. The author has simply used autism as a fitting analogy to bring to readers powerful interpretations of the world, of human nature and the ultimate destiny of humanity. Dogov Spring shows great skill in research and his work is ground-breaking. The originality of his concept had me spellbound and I must say that I didn’t expect what I found in this book. In the introduction, the author spells out that every human being is a world in themselves. That is interesting, but the claim that comes after that is even more interesting: “Mental affliction is a form of crucifixion, and the crucifixion of Christ can be read as an allegory of what happens to human beings.” The Crucifixion of the World: An Insight into Autism proves all these claims in a way that will have the reader thinking about and rooting for this book. It is filled with great discoveries and powerful insights into human nature.