So what I discovered, and this is the core of my work, is that around 1910 Steiner and Aurobindo and Inayat Khan each articulated a very detailed map of human unfoldment between birth and age 21. And it’s essentially, I believe, I would argue, it’s the same map. They had different cultures, which Steiner had to deal with translators. With Inayat Khan he had to deal with the fact that he was a Sufi and he didn’t necessarily talk directly. But about this, he talked pretty directly. And then Aurobindo was great because he wrote in English. He was very clear, once you understood his system. He was a very clear writer.