The Third Advent takes as one of its theme the prophecies of a 12th century Italian mystic, Giacomo Di Fiore, who saw that the three ages in the history of religion, would be the Age of the Father, said by the author to correspond to the time from Lord Krishna through to the birth of Lord Jesus Christ, the Age of the Son, from the advent of Jesus to the present time, and The Age of the Mother, the age of the feminine re-asserting itself in spirituality, the fulfillment of the prophecy of Lord Jesus Christ that after him would come The Comforter, which the author asserts is the Holy Ghost, or the Divine feminine.
The Third Advent is, in part, a history of the last 6000 years in which the author discusses why the great religions, philosophies and economic systems have, in turn, failed to create an environment in which we can all live in peace, prosperity and harmony. He goes on to propose that it is only through individual transformation, that mankind can enact the changes necessary to save itself and the world we live in. In this context, The Third Advent presents a message of great hope: that we can change our core being and thence ourselves through the unique discovery of en masse Self-realization through Sahaja Yoga. The Third Advent explores the possibilities for transformation at individual and corporate levels.