Theophania Publishing (October, 2013) – 216 pages
The genius philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844 – 1900) was far ahead of his time when he envisioned the challenges and pitfalls of the growing secular world. This world, he claimed, had ‘killed God,’ and by doing so, had created a terrible vacuum of meaninglessness and nihilism. Hence, as Nietzsche stated, mankind must now take on the duty and responsibility of filling the world with a new inner meaning and new ethical content out of his new love of life. Nietzsche referred to the one who would be able to withstand such an awesome task as the Übermensch (super-man), a new type of man who would result from a true evolutionary leap.
‘The Mystical Enlightenment of Friedrich Nietzsche’ is Shai Tubali’s attempt at continuing and expanding Nietzsche’s enormous endeavor so that mankind can acquire the tools necessary to form the long-expected ‘super-man’ from within.
Shai delves into the exciting result of the creation of the ‘super-man,’ which is an authentic spiritual world that flourishes and thrives precisely because the God of religions perished; it is a world where Darwin merges with the Buddha, mystical enlightenment blends with evolution, and a great union between genuine spirituality and genuine secularity occurs.
This book is suitable for both advanced readers of Nietzsche and for those who have never encountered his teachings.