It is not because I am a millionaire. Honestly, I'm not.
I did not invent the system and I don't approve of it. One way or the other you have to make money, though, otherwise a piece of paper with no actual value, or else no food, no shelter, and no retirement plan for you. Does it have to be this way? Yes, it does. At least this is what the creators of the system want you to believe.
Next to religion and political forms of government, money is the most wicked invention ever in the history of Earth people. It was meant to trap everyone into dependence of the material and of the ones actually running the show behind elected officials. When you think about it, we could easily get rid of religion and political forms of government, if it was not for the monetary system. Indeed, big money is what allows political and all belief systems, not just religion, to keep a tight grip on humankind.
Money generates enslavement to the system for the benefit of those in charge of civilization Earth. Wealth accumulation becomes political power. Political power and massive wealth accumulation translates in special privileges. Special privileges, massive wealth accumulation and political power trigger greed, and greed leads to inequality, social injustice, war and destruction. This is pretty much what we had on this planet for as long as we can remember.
The trap is tight and almost inescapable. The only way to break the chains is by experiencing awareness of the trap, and then the truth will set you free.
Given the lack of name recognition, the lack of credentials in the fields discussed and, equally significant that the way the topics discussed in the book is bound to upset 90% of all potential readers, including the main profiteers of the system, it was fair and safe to assume literary agents would not exactly rush to get involved. This is too heavily standing on the side of political incorrectness, and university presses are not exactly fond of outsiders with no degrees in the prevailing theory either. So I decided one my first options would be to go underground, which makes lots of sense under the circumstances but may not help with distribution, or with the house in Maine for that reason.
The system is also meant to break you psychologically when you do not comply and it forces you to play according to the rules established by those who control it. "The dude abides," goes a famous line in a famous movie, and yet choosing submissiveness out of primeval convenience is not exactly something a human being should be proud of or aim for in life.
Not being vetted by a serious publishing house and not being edited by an industry overseer makes it possible this book will not fit the official narrative. Truth be spoken, sure thing, A Time of Change is not meant to appease or reinforce existing beliefs and narratives. It is meant to to do the opposite of that, to reveal what for the greater good it needs to be revealed, and, once again, the truth will set us free.