Dylan Tauber began writing his book "Double Mirrors" in 1994 which revolves around his Double Mirror Theory, submitted as a paper for a class in Columbia University, where he graduated in 1996. Dylan was the summer associate editor of the Columbia Spectator newspaper in 1994. In 1996 Dylan founded and began to publish his writing through this web site. In 1997 Dylan began keeping an online journal, years before online blogging would become mainstream. In 2000 he published his Double Mirror theory on, as well as Ones and Zeros, a new theory he developed in January, 2000 while living in Jerusalem. In 2001 Dylan published two books with Xlibris, "Double Mirrors" and "The Doorway." Both books are meant to be experienced together with the music albums with the same names he recorded not long before publishing the books. The two books are now available for ebook download at and iBookstore for $2.99 each.

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“Double Mirrors” is an autobiographical account of a spiritual journey by Dylan Tauber, starting in a yeshiva in Milwaukee and ending with a round the world journey to find a Pacific island with dolphins and seclusion.
In addition to philosophical and spiritual examinations, Dylan Tauber shares some of the personal experiences, anecdotes, triumphs, and tragedies, that brought him to these realizations. The work begins with light autobiographical writing, and gradually increases in depth and philosophical content, with the extended Double Mirror Theory.
"The Doorway" is the second book in the Double Mirrors anthology.
It is an autobiographical account of the continued spiritual journey that led Dylan Tauber to discover his theory of Ones and Zeros, the origin of the universe, and the nature of love as the defining force in all that exists.
The Ones and Zeros theory came to Dylan Tauber while he was in wired Jerusalem seclusion at the turn of the millennium. "The Doorway" is written in a conversational informal style of writing that suited this chronology beginning with the book "Double Mirrors." The last half the book is more of a journal and culminates with an escape to a Pacific island where Dylan could work without distraction, and also relates other travels throughout the South Pacific, Central, and South America, swims with dolphins, and even an adventure with a hula dancer named Eve.