Keith David Henry


Keith David Henry was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. By trade he is a Certified Systems Engineer, a Certified Trainer, and a published author. He has been an Information Technology professional for over thirty years, and has been an adult educator since 1986.

Keith's eclectic background includes more than thirty-three years as a religionist, an artist, a creative and technical writer, and an adult educator. His involvement with and interest in particle physics theory early on in his vocational career and up to this date, his proclivity toward astro-physics theory, and his general aptitude for scientific cogitation adds a technical edge to his fluent, easy-to-read, and pleasant writing style which is accented by his clever wit and skillful prose.

Keith's books explore a broad range of esoteric cosmology incorporating science, philosophy, and metaphysics into his quest to answer the age old questions, Who Are We, Where Did We Come From, Why Are We Here, and Where Are We Going. He believes that the quest for knowledge should yield many more questions than it does answers, emphatically asserting that "the question is much more important than the answer."

Having previously been an ordained Pentecostal Minister for a church in Philadelphia he later turned his sights to more esoteric pursuits, becoming conscientiously involved in the study and practice of various metaphysical disciplines. His reevaluation of mainstream religion coupled with his trademark sense of curiosity and propensity toward research opened up a whole new venue of expression for him. He prides himself on his wide range of general knowledge within this venue and has over the years become a Theoretical Metaphysicist.

Keith is the author of several books on Metaphysics and Philosophy and has recently published his first science fiction adventure novel. His latest book, Culture Is Not Necessarily Your Friend, is scheduled for release in the fourth quarter of 2011.

Keith is also the host of the Internet Radio program, Progressions of Consciousness which airs on the Community Listening Network via Blogtalk Radio. Topics include metaphysics, philosophy, religion, science, and other esoteric subjects of interest.

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TERRA: Return of the Divine Feminine
Price: $12.00 USD. Words: 51,460. Language: English. Published: September 9, 2009. Categories: Nonfiction » Philosophy » New age philosophy
This third book in the "Architects of the Aquarian Age Trilogy" illuminates the forgotten element of the Divine Feminine as preempted by patiarchal monotheism and delves into the esotery behind the Mayan calendar, our progression of consciousness as a species, and implications for humanity's post-2012 existence as we move into the next Mayan 26,000 year cycle commonly known as the Aquarian Age.
The Invisible Wolrd and Other Obvious Things
Price: $10.00 USD. Words: 29,230. Language: English. Published: September 9, 2009. Categories: Nonfiction » Philosophy » New age philosophy
This book, the second in the "Architects of he Aquarian Age Trilogy" series, explores the profound nature of the invisible world and encourages the reader to identify with the invisible origins of the material world. It delves into the physics & metaphysics behind the visible in laymen's terms and offers a unique perspective on the value of embracing the invisible as preeminent over the visible.
Don't Read This Book If You're Right
Price: $10.00 USD. Words: 39,850. Language: English. Published: September 9, 2009. Categories: Nonfiction » Philosophy » New age philosophy
This book, the first in the "Architects of te Aquarian Age Trilogy" series, is for the thinking person to help shape their perspective about the true nature of reality. It challenges the reader to rethink, not so much what they think, but why they think it. The open minded person will find lots of fodder for personal reassessment of their critical thought process.

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