Vaul Impera investigates the fundamental philosophical aspects of power, demonstrating fundamental aspects of the relationship of power itself, and the relationship of power to human nature. Examining what power is, Vaul proceeds to discuss what power is to people, and in a convincing argument, illustrates how to increase in power, and also to determine if one is powerful. In the second writing of Immortalaeism, Vaul illuminates the philosophy of empire. Concerned with the element of rulership, which was discussed in power, Vaul provides a beginning for the philosophy of empire, which he simply uses as an empirical demonstration of power, indicating it is written to be an appendix, demonstrating power in organisation. Lastly, Vaul relates a spiritual book called Immortalae, which was produced through a spiritual endeavour that lasted thirteen years, from the time Vaul was eighteen. Attempting many religions experiences and philosophies, Vaul communicates his spirituality, which he has founded and established as his own religion, which in eventuality, includes all three written works into a paradigm that Vaul labels, Immortalaeism. Vaul provides spiritual answers that surround the notion of the holy grail in the final book. All three writings are transmitted through his personal experience on the subjects, and are a product of his life circumstances.
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