A very useful book for those who have downloaded "Hypotheses on Ulysses" (more than 40.000 the English version and more than 3.000 the Spanish version) and want to learn more about the Cosmo-Art. What are the Cosmo-Art Theorems good for? Human life is like a canvas painted by a painter. Every painting must be contained within a frame, and every frame needs a wall and a nail in the wall it can be hung on. Throughout human history there has never been a populace or a civilization that has not created a frame and a nail so it can hang its own painting up on the wall. But at every turn of history it often happens that the frame is destroyed, the wall falls down and the nail breaks. Human beings lose the meaning of life and while many destroy themselves miserably, others search without pause for a frame they can create and for a wall that can hold up their painting and their life. The search for a new cosmological viewpoint is essential when creating a new frame, a new nail and a new wall. This is what I have tried to do with my work on the Cosmo-Art Theorems.