2009 . . . .
Understanding our most ancient heritage . . .
Embracing our paradise destiny!
PART ONE: Revisiting Our Ancient Heritage
Chapter 1: Where Was Eden?
Chapter 2: The Colonization of Earth
Chapter 3: The Fall of Eden
Chapter 4: When Did Eden Fall?
Chapter 5: The Marooned Edenites
Chapter 6: Cross-Breeding
Chapter 7: Atlantis
Chapter 8: Project Sothis
Chapter 9: The Second Epoch
Chapter 10: Last Chance for Peace
PART TWO: Remaking the Noble Savage
Chapter 11: Who Are We, Really?
Chapter 12: Why Do We Behave Like This?
Chapter 13: Working on Ourselves
Chapter 14: Getting Help From Others
Chapter 15: Remaking Summary
PART THREE: Rethinking Society
Chapter 16: Society, One of Five Living Systems
Chapter 17: Life’s Nested Structure
Chapter 18: Who Decides What?
Chapter 20: The Next Frontier
PART FOUR: Resetting Our Inner Clock
Chapter 21: Heart Meditation
Chapter 22: Mantric Exercises
Chapter 23: Our Noble Destiny
“ . . . fascinating, relevant, and
Founder, Club of Budapest
“Informed readers . . . should find this
book both fascinating and challenging.”
Professor Emeritus of Religion
President, International Institute of
Integral Human Studies
“ . . . thought-provoking and exciting.”
Fellow, American Board of Disability
"Your book is so timely for this day and
"I am reading “The Project,” not like a
novel or science magazine, rather like the Bible, which I
read often. My wife is a behavioral scientist, nurse,
writer, and now a chaplain. I am Indian-born, educated in
UK, lived most of my professional life in USA, also Canada,
and made extensive international travels since a young age.
I can relate to what you write and have had many, many
personal experiences... Good work!"
enjoying your book. Thank you for writing it."
"There are things out there trying to
communicate with us, and they do it in the most mundane of
ways. "The Project: The Past, Present, and Future of
Humanity" discusses Instrumental Transcommunication, where
researchers attempt to connect with angels and spirits
through typical communication devices such as telephones,
computers, radios, and television. After joining a group
using this process, author Mark Macy began to believe. Macy
relates the truths of the world that have been presented to
him. From his visions, he brings his readers thoughts and
ideas, making "The Project" a fascinating metaphysical
- - Midwest Book Review
"Mark- Thank you for your great writings. I have nearly read
all of The Project, and it is so wonderful. I received an
email (excerpt below) and immediately thought of the book
and the reference to savage-vs-noble side. I must admit that it is a challenge
to focus on the noble side throughout the day; the savage
side seems to take over without much effort, and I find it
takes over as if second nature. I just mean that simple
things can easily be turned around to focus on the worst
aspects of humanity. I am trying to make it a morning
practice to meditate and focus energy on making positive
changes, less assumptions and work to lighten my vibrations.
I have noticed a difference.... I pray the world
is ready to shake off the heavy weight and elevate to new
I recently completed reading "The Project"
You, clearly, did a huge amount of research,
sharing ancient as well as more modern wisdoms and knowledge.
E-conometrics - marvelous! Now, if we can just get these ideas
in the heads-and-minds of the movers-and-shakers in Washington,
DC. OR, better yet into the hands of Hollywood-types who are
willing to create a movie around these great concepts ???
Congratulations, it is a fine piece of work! I read it almost as
though it was a 'text book'. Maybe, one day, it will be ??
Wishing you continued success,
Sandy Tofflemire (Los Angeles)