Secrets of Reality - Part III: Masons, Serpent Worship & King Arthur

In his latest work, Secrets of Reality III, R. S. Tumber pierces through the hidden web of signs and symbols surrounding us everyday to reveal the dark mysteries of our past. Through a collection of artifacts, ancient texts, and modern imagery, Tumber explores the connections between the ancient Druids (today’s masons), global practices of serpent worship, and more. More

Available ebook formats: epub

Words: 48,690
Language: British English
ISBN: 9780993230943
About R. S. Tumber

Rajinder Singh Tumber (R. S. Tumber) was born in April 1983 at the British Hospital for Mothers and Babies in Woolwich, and raised in Kent, England.

R. S. Tumber is an award-winning cyber security specialist, sci-fi/fantasy novelist, multi-genre author, poet, Advisory Board Member of the UK Parliament committee on Artificial Intelligence, and blockchain investor.

R. S. Tumber has achieved the following: Winner for Security Consultant of the Year - 2017. Two-time finalist for Security Professional of the Year. Two-time finalist for Personality of the Year. Finalist for IT Manager of the Year.

Tumber has been working within the private and public sectors; most recently in aerospace and defence. With over a decade of experience in the domain of cyber security, his work in thought-leadership has been published in national and global magazines and newspapers.

In 2007, Tumber obtained an MSc Information Security from Royal Holloway, University of London. Prior to this achievement, Tumber studied at the University of Westminster, to obtain a BSc Computer Science (Hons).

However, Tumber yearned for greater knowledge - not just within the scope of Cyber.

For years, he has been fascinated with philosophy, astronomy, ancient history and other subjects beyond the public eye. Years of research and questioning of mainstream concepts have led him to write a range of eye-opening books, to inspire and enlighten those who are seeking a life of fulfilment; those who are not content with their current lives.

Tumber is a proud member of the Poetry Society. In 2017, he broke a world record, by writing the worlds longest love poem: Divine Verse.

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