Some forty years ago the author decided definitely to devote his life to a synthesis of knowledge. He was at that time inspired by the last pioneering writings of scientist, Arthur Stanley Eddington, with whom he was in scientific contact. He soon discovered that the key to a universal synthesis lay in integrating two apparently incompatible domains of research: those of exact science in a formalism allied to that of the Eddingtonian Fundamental theory, and the psychology of the unconscious. This intuitive conviction proved to be gradually correct in all domains of the writer's cognitive endeavours. In 1996 he had printed a review of the result of his prolonged work, but although containing all the products with ample reference to scientific and literary sources, it remained largely inaccessible to any reader who had not acquired his kind of trans-professional knowledge. The present book is an attempt to make up for this deficiency - as far as it is possible.