Born November 30, in Auckland, New Zealand, this author shares the same birthday as the author Mark Twain. Although the years are obviously different; avid readers and alternative thinkers will stick with this author like paint to the picket fence in Huckleberry Finn.
David has always taken a keen interest in metaphysical subjects and he has traveled extensively, often in response to that interest. In his earlier years he witnessed, along with three other people, a sighting of a UFO mother ship and four smaller craft, and that was the catalyst for him to research. He has climbed the pyramids in Egypt, ridden camels in the Sahara desert, visited ancient ruins in Turkey and Ashrams in Northern India – much of his writing is influenced by the rich tapestry of life experiences. He has been a consultant to corporate entities, specializing in technical writing. He has had several articles published in New Zealand magazines and newspapers, received Honourable Mention for a short story he submitted for the Writer’s Digest writing competition and also shortlisted for an international script competition.
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Star Bred Prophecy- A Story of Star People and Starseeds Awakening!
The term “Star People” has its roots in Native American beliefs that the early inhabitants of this planet were genetic creations by visitors from other planetary systems. Escalating Earth changes and a possible magnetic pole shift form the backdrop of this story, where Isa and Dillon discover their link with extraterrestrials and the part they might play in the predictions of coming Earth changes.
The Blue Star Millennium - A Journey in Time
The power of positive thought in helping to shape our present and future world is emphasized through the medium of multi-dimensional visitors from the fifth-dimension and the Pleiades Star system. Extra-terrestrial Beings recalling Akashic records of ancient Atlantis interplay with actual historic events to create a surreal story that challenges the reader to separate fact from fiction.
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