I've spent most of my life solving various problems. I did it as a student, and then also as a regular worker, engineer, businessman and scientist. I did this because, despite my involvement in the usual everyday life, I was disturbed by existential questions such as where did I come from, what will happen after my death, and whether there is a First Cause for it all.
That is why I spent a lot of time in my adult life on participating in the activities of various religious denominations. It began with a several decades-long friendship, still from the student period, with a well-known Catholic priest-poet. Then came the time for a short-term engagement with various smaller Christian denominations. During my postgraduate studies, I spent over three years in the Far East, during which I learned in practice the main religions of that part of the world. Finally, I devoted many years to a large world religious movement, in which I became a missionary and with which I traveled a large part of the world. As a businessman, I have had the opportunity to visit the United States, African countries and Israel many times, where I also gained a lot of knowledge on the issues of interest to me through meetings with the right people. When I got to know the mechanism of operation of churches, religious groups and even sects, I decided to approach religious phenomena like a scientist. This last activity took over ten years of work and is still ongoing.
To sum up the "religious" part of my life, I must say that I was a believer first and then I stopped being a believer. It was then that I decided to take the distance of an independent researcher towards religion. Armed with objective knowledge, especially in the field of physics, I started looking for God. I have done and continue to do so without prejudice, without being burdened with any tradition, without listening to the sermons of clergymen from various denominations, and without treating the Bible, the Koran and other such books as an undisputed revealed truth. I treated these books as consultative sources, as one of the documents that must be taken into account when examining theological phenomena.
Already at the beginning, most scientists envied that they had specific research methods, tools, programs and analytical systems. They had their microscopes, chemical laboratories, hadron colliders and radio telescopes. Meanwhile, I did not have any such tools yet, because the object of my research was God, the spiritual world and immaterial beings. For my research, I had only logical reasoning and testimonies of other people who had experienced various spiritual experiences, and who then, having understood them in their own way, described them.
However, I decided to use the experience of other scientists who, when they could not get to know the objects of their research better, then created new tools for themselves, even at the cost of huge expenditures. This was the case, for example, with the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland or with the Hubble Telescope. I did not want my head to remain my only tool, so I created "virtual" tools and logical lines of reasoning to study the phenomena that humanity has struggled with from the beginning. This is how my analytical system called essenceism was created.
The main object of my research was, is and will be God. I want to know who He is, where He is and how He works. This is the content of most of my study.
So far, my works have been published in the form of various books. These are popular science works: the first with a general profile: "The Touch of Eternity", and the next are a series of scientific analyzes concerning the modern view of religion:
Essenceism 1: "God is not from this world"
Essenceism 2: "We are from this world"
Essenceizm 3: "Evil is from this world",
Essenceizm 4: "Vision not from this world ",
Essenceism 5: "Eternity is not from this world",
Essenceism 6: "Unreal gods from this world",
Essenceism 7: "Love from this and not from world" - ( this publication later ),
Brochauzem: "The True God does not know evil"
I also published a fiction novel entitled "A touch of hope".
My name is Janusz Mazur and I live in Warsaw. I used to be in business in the field of military and I was a scientific researcher cooperating with military institutes. I am now over 70 years old and retired, although I am still a research scientist. I studied at the Warsaw University of Technology, and then continued my studies in France, South Korea and the USA. I completed my PhD studies in South Korea at the University of Assam and Chonan. I gained "religious" knowledge while traveling around the world. I have participated in many religious and scientific discussions. I have analyzed not only the Bible but also the Quran, read Vedic writings, reviewed the Tipitaka and a number of other famous religious books, including the "Uranti Book", "Divine Principle" and "In the Light of Truth". A few years ago, I included the greater part of my religious-scientific views on specially prepared websites. It was then that I created an analytical system of essenceism dealing with the subject of God's existence. All my books refer to the content on my websites (in Polish and English).