Gordon McWhorter

Biography

The Center Of All Things is the final story in Gordon McWhorter's secret series, "Discourses in Reality". It finishes the tale started in 2009 with "A Seizure of Landscapes", where Jeff Mallory discovers he is living multiple lives at one time, dragging his son, Tyler into the mix with the second book, "Exponential Uncertainties." Gordon McWhorter takes us even deeper into the rabbit hole, giving us hints and clues in the third book, "Perpetual Existentialism" to then go even further, outside of mind, cheating death, and discovering a whole new world in "An Intellection on the Post Mechanics of Death".

The Center of All Things brings these four books into a conclusive heartbeat of finality. Follow Jeff Mallory in his last life as an old friend from his past tells him about The Mandela Effect and why this Earth is no longer real. The real Earth is 25,000 light years away, connected to the Moon and Mars by the enormous trunk of Yggdrasil. Take courage and strength as Jeff discovers the truth, braving the unknown, excelling past the decrees of reality to help his son, Tyler, break the Matrix, and fulfill the purpose of The One Thing.

Smashwords Interview

What do your fans mean to you?
Wow, that is the question, right? I am nothing without you. I do not exist without you. I am a speck of pollen orbiting another speck of pollen, which orbits a third. In my last book, The Center of All Things, this is the crux, the solution, the purpose for all the thousands of years of repetitive human behavior and believe me, we've been killing each other ever since we walked out of the trees. I AM YOU AND YOU ARE ME AND THERE IS NO SPACE INBETWEEN. My fans, so far that's my wife and my mom and this guy named Jeff Mallory who insists he is real, although I have proven to him time and time again that this is my life right now, no matter what The Mandela Effect is referencing in this ultimate mindfuck. LOVE YOU GUYS!
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
Utah is a black hole I tried over and over again leaving to start a new life in another state. Apparently, that doesn't work. It's like an itch you love to scratch. Ever take the inside of a Bic pen out of it's sleeve to use the non operational end to scratch the insides of your ears? Sometimes Q-tips are too soft. Am I deaf? Yes, in my right ear when I forgot to take it out one day and hugged someone good-bye. POP! Gone...
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Videos

Mandela Effect - Mind Blown!
ENJOY!!! :) gordonmcwhorter.blogspot.com Remember https://www.gofundme.com/discourses-in-reality Ends 09-17-17 as well as everything else in this strange, confabulously fake, unrealistic world. Anyone hear from Jesus lately? He's late! MUCH LOVE! Gordon McWhorter I BELIEVE WHAT YOU MEAN LIFE WAS LIKE A BOX OF CHOCOLATES NO DUDE, LIFE IS STILL LIKE A BOX OF CHOCOLATES NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU'RE GONNA GET A FIT OR A MISFIT NONE OF MY FRIENDS BELIEVE IN THE MANDELA EFFECT

DjMcWho - Death of OZ
DjMcWho's 2nd Album - Death of OZ The music behind the series, Discourses in Reality

Solstice Vibeophony
The new album by DjMcWho? Solstice Vibeophony is the 3rd album from DjMcWho? In collaboration with Gandhi Beats DjMcWho? brings you Seven original lyrical masterpieces graced with the looping genius of Gandhi Beats. In celebration of Humanity. #GoTeamEarth back into the #Stars

Books

Discourses In Reality
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 283,440. Language: English. Published: September 9, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure, Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
Discourses In Reality is the complete 5 book Science Fiction Series by Gordon McWhorter. Follow Jeff Mallory in his last life as an old friend from his past tells him about The Mandela Effect and why this Earth is no longer real. The real Earth is 25,000 light years away, connected to the Moon and Mars by the enormous trunk of Yggdrasil. Take courage and strength as Jeff discovers the truth.

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