Great geniuses cannot be measured exclusively by their IQ.

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14/09/2022 5:37

There are thousands of geniuses in IQ, but only a few are considered great geniuses—the ability to retrieve ideas from nature's library of knowledge.

Albert Einstein.

What distinguishes excellent geniuses is a rare combination of talents, IQ, curiosity, imagination, personality, connection to the Cosmic–Akashic Library, and daring to face conventions. On the Internet and YouTube, you can find dozens and hundreds of comparison videos between great geniuses in various fields, where the leading indicator that ranks between geniuses is IQ!

  • IQ tests are not the ultimate measure because you can learn and improve your score through learning and memorization. IQ tests usually measure language, reading comprehension, math, and logical reasoning, but many other skills are not measured. 
  • Albert Einstein, one of the greatest physicists of all time, had good mathematical skills but was not a prodigy like Isaac Newton.  Therefore, people tend to attribute to him a fairly routine IQ without realizing that IQ's measure does not measure curiosity, imagination, and the ability to obtain information from the Akashic library of human knowledge, a particularly rare trait.

The main reason there are so few great geniuses is that the ability to connect with the Cosmic Library is an extremely rare trait. This explains why no new Einstein has yet arisen in our generation. Connecting to the cosmic library containing all the universe's knowledge (called the Akashic Library) requires a state of deep meditation that only a few can achieve.


The primary variables that predict extraordinary geniuses. 

The product of the scores and probabilities gives the result separately.





Total Score/ Notes

Description of the influencing factors

IQ test scores in geniuses

A combination of the Synergistic talents

A curious personality with a developed imagination

A bold, persistent character who is not afraid of criticism

A suitable environment is critical to success

Connection to the Cosmic–Akashic Library

The maximum score is 2500 points. Exceptional achievements can be achieved, even without being a genius with a 200 IQ!

Range of values







The scale of the natural logarithm, e. (*)





Curiosity and Imagination


Luck and destiny

Akashic Library



Heredity plays a huge role in creating geniuses, but without a connection to the Akashic Library, no great geniuses can exist!

Approximate prevalence to max values. (Log scale)








(*) The talent to connect with the Akashic Library is rare. The ability is measured on the scale of the natural logarithm, e. To illustrate, a person who achieves a score of 10, compared to a score of 5, is 2.71 (e) in the power of 5, times more connected to the secrets of the universe.

If the factors influencing genius are independent, the probabilities multiply. It is worth emphasizing that a connection to the Library of Cosmic Knowledge is critical only for a small handful of geniuses in abstract or complex fields. 

The number 10 to minus 18 (10-18)) explains why there are so few great geniuses at the level of Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Nikola Tesla.


The three main axes that characterize great geniuses. 

  1. Heredity and personality. (IQ, Synergistic talents, Curiosity and imagination, bold chrachter.)
  2. A suitable environment is critical for success. 
  3. The mental-spiritual ability to retrieve cosmic information from the Akashic Library regarding fundamental questions of the universe is a sporadic feature usually only required in a limited number of areas.

Heredity is a critical component in genius, but heredity alone is not a sufficient condition for extraordinary genius. It takes luck, a supportive environment, and a supersensory ability to connect to the universe's cosmic library of all knowledge. Does genius have to be genius gifted with exceptional mathematical ability? The answer is no! Even Albert Einstein testified to himself that he had difficulties in mathematics. (Relatively, of course)


It is possible and even desirable to make comparisons on a consistent methodological basis.

Geniuses can only be compared in identical fields of activity, only within short periods. (A comparison between Albert Einstein and Newton is dimensionless.)

  • Comparing the contribution to humanity over the years of different personalities in different industries is possible, but not based on IQ. The title is not Who is the Number 1 Genius?
  • There are considered geniuses in literature, philosophy, music, art, axis, and sculpture whose place in history does not fall short of that of the great scientists. Whether they were able to get a score of 180-200 on the IQ tests doesn't matter at all.

The test is not the same in engineering fields that are an application of science. Usually, these are groups of scientists, and not one person and a team of geniuses are not defined as genius!


History must know how to appreciate the contribution of grand geniuses, but preferably, it should not be on an IQ scale only!


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