Jefferson has written a book with his theories called 'Receding Galaxies.' 'Receding Galaxies' is a specialized book concerning Astronomy (a branch of Astronuclear Physics), in which the movement of the galaxies is fully discussed. By using several of Jefferson's Universal Laws and logical deductions, Jefferson concludes that all galaxies travel in predetermined elliptical orbits. With the completion of his first book, 'Scientific Articles,' Jefferson soon discovered the science community was not ready for all of his theories and laws. He discovered that any new field requires everyone to take one step at a time and take them carefully. He declares he left portions of 'Scientific Articles' unexplained because science was not ready to take the first small step in understanding them. UNTIL NOW.

According to Jefferson, due to recent events involving the Hubble Space Telescope, the Pathfinder's mission to Mars and experiments at Fermi labs, he said he felt the sciences were heading in the wrong direction. He based his views on recent findings of the Rover and other platforms. During the Pathfinder mission, a magnetic field was discovered about the planet Mars only to be refuted by an astronomer. The instruments were correct in their assessments, Jefferson says. With the discovery of the sixth quark, scientists believed they have discovered the base of matter. According to Jefferson, that assumption is totally incorrect. Jefferson says the quarks are made up of matter which can be further divided, therefore the base of matter is smaller than the quarks. In reference to the Hubble Space Telescope, Jefferson states the telescope can only see light that was emitted 15 billion years ago. "Astronomers did not understand what Hubble (the telescope) was sending them," Jefferson said. "They were confused by the truth."

Who is Jefferson? Jefferson states he is a prophet, and all of his knowledge is given by God. According to Jefferson, these books he has written are divine revelation and prophecy in dealing with astronomy and physical science.