“Spirit calls Nature” published!

The book “Spirit calls Nature” is ready and online!

This was the most intellectually challenging work and research of my life, but it was definitely worth the effort. Modesty aside (I know that it sounds a bit arrogant but allow me that…), considering how pseudo-sciences and quantum woo-woo on the one hand and a pervasive narrow-minded and blind materialism on the other are both dominating our culture, I contend that, to the best of my knowledge, this is the most coherent and up-to-date scientific investigation that establishes a bridge between consciousness and matter, East and West, Spirit and Nature. There is no need to resort to controversial subjects like parapsychology. As far as possible, statements are based on down-to-earth peer-reviewed articles in mainstream journals and a genuine introspective knowledge on the relation between science and philosophy and spirituality, philosophy and evolutionary biology from a scientific and teleological perspective, and much more.

Overall, it is a 560 pages read. Not an easy read, but I promise you that, if you will go through it until the end, you will see science, life, evolution, and reality from a much more integral perspective.

The paperback and Kindle (second and revised) edition is here: Link
(Note I: If you are not a US resident, check it from your nearest Amazon portal.)
(Note II: You might find elsewhere an outdated version in 3 volumes. Please ignore that. This is the most recent: Link)

And, last but not least, if you consider the book worth a mention, suggest it to others and leave a positive review! 🙂



  1. Wagish on January 14, 2022 at 8:01 am

    Here also in my undergrad philosophy courses, I used to ponder on the different thought methods of Western and Eastern Philosophy; the Western one often had analytic and reductionist ways where as Eastern ones pretty much opposite focused on wholistic non-reductionist viewpoints. Making a synthesis between the 2 used to be my private pet project where I concluded due to anthropocentric reasons, the body of knowledge on both sides developed as such; despite the fact that I found a great deal of the analytic tradition too in Indian Philosophy (https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/early-modern-india/). Reading this book and having a good base background will help you to traverse these uncertain times of Pandemic and climate change and may even give good clarity on how we should view ourselves and the world.

  2. marco-masi on February 27, 2022 at 11:00 am

    Hi Agnimire,

    thank you for your interest in my book.

    Unfortunately, that certain famous multinational online retailer does not allow me to upload the book in an epub version. However, I have an epub file that can be mailed. So, in principle, you can purchase it for the same price via PayPal (my is linked with email address: x).

    Would be that an acceptable deal for you?


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