Arguably one of the most controversial yet inspiring dramas ever written according to readings and critics, Rominus: The Initiation grew to prominence in the underground literary world shortly after its release in the fall of 2011. Within a year of its debut, it had garnered four literary awards and 4.8 stars on Amazon and Goodreads.com. Even Hollywood took notice with mega-director Bryan Singer (X-Men: Days of Future Past) praising the story and offering to produce it. Rominus currently sells for hundreds and even thousands of dollars per unsigned copy (depending on edition) and is in talks to be a major motion picture.
Rominus: The Initiation is an epic saga that follows the journey of a young man named Julian who discovers that his life is more important to the future of the world than he could have ever imagined. Originally written as fiction, this novel carries many non-fictional elements including specific instructions on how to awaken more of your mind’s power and understanding.
It is a psychological fact that people do not absorb as much information when they sense that they are being “spoken to” rather than when they feel they are a third-party observer. When a person is entertained they are distracted and their guard is down. This leaves the mind free to absorb information without limitations because the person feels removed, unattached and safe, which means that the person spends more time absorbing knowledge rather than trying to analyze it. Understanding this, Jonathan spent a decade incorporating many of the Thought Mechanics teachings into the story of Rominus in order to bypass the reader’s subliminal filters that limit their ability to absorb large amounts of information.