Here is Al’s autobiography. He was a very modest and humble man who eschewed fame. But at the same time he was frustrated by not being accepted by well-known scientists. His theories and hypotheses were often very future oriented and focused; too futuristic for many to accept or understand. So in some ways this autobiography is a justification of his positions. He was famous to those who knew him on a personal level serving as model and mentor to many younger people. He was known as a bridge between modern conventional science, and the possibility of a new science, but even more uniquely a bridge between science and the sacred. Often we find experts in science OR experts in the sacred, but rarely do we find someone equally at home in both simultaneously.