About the Author
Prof. Robert Stewart is a retired clandestine operative who was recruited, while a student at U.C. Berkeley, into a special program for humans with Paranormal abilities. He holds a D.Sc in Astronomy & Biology from Berkeley, and an Honorary Doctorate in World Religions from Provident University in Delaware. His fields of expertise are Martial Arts, child extraction from cults, world religions, science, and the Occult. Musician was his deep cover or camouflage life.
Prof. Robert Stewart is a multi-instrumentalist (saxophones, piano, flute, drum, vocals, etc.), composer, and producer. His two major label albums (“The Force” and “In the Gutta”) were for Quincy Jones and Qwest/Warner Bros. records. He is known for his unique – personal sound and remarkably inventive improvisations declares Los Angeles Times journalist Bill Kohlhaase, as the lead tenor saxophonist on the Pulitzer Prize winning “Blood on the Fields” by trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, and as the protegé of saxophonist Pharoah Sanders. Jazz critic Jason Ankeny declared Stewart to be one of the most impressive jazz saxophonists to emerge at the end of the 20th century. Drummer Billy Higgins refers to Stewart as "perhaps the most important young artist to come along in decades."
In his 7th book, Stewart delivers an exegesis on Buddhism, using The Dhammapada (“Path to Eternal Truth”), which are the verbatim words or declarations of Gautama Siddhartha Buddha himself. Any doctrine other than this and the books of his rules (codes of conduct) have been defiled and should be shunned for this reason.
Hence, if you are new to Buddhism, you will receive the original, verbatim declarations of Gautama Buddha, which are the foundation of his undefiled Theravada Buddhism which means “School of the Elders.” I wish you the best in your quest to attain Enlightenment – Transcendence.
Prof. Robert Stewart
OTHER BOOKS WRITTEN BY PROF. STEWART INCLUDE:
The Real Mind of God: A Comparative Scriptural Analysis
Jesus: The Evidence
Gender: Issues & Solutions
Islam & Jihad (Holy War) Explained
Science and Cosmic Messengers
50 Music Compositions of Saxophonist Robert Stewart