This book incorporates a vast process of thought which includes philosophy, theology, biblical knowledge, insights from world religions, as well as ancient and recent history, in its narrative. The Jesus of this book is not the historical person the Catholic and the Christian Churches propose to believers, but one who grapples with his identity and mission from within his subconscious mind. This subconscious mind of Jesus, the book proposes, is one that derives its vitality from different sources: Jewish, Egyptian, Greek, and Indian.
However, the predominant quintessential element that permeates the subconscious mind of Jesus and gives meaning to his existence and mission, is the sacred feminine. This work therefore unambiguously asserts that women are primordial beings of the manifest world, the primeval life-giving force that pervades both womb and tomb. The divine feminine thereby emerges as the indispensable key in determining the real identity, mission, and destiny of the man Jesus of Nazareth.