A likeable pain in the ass who tries to make this world a better place.
When did you first start writing?
A long long time ago....
Why so many different types of books?
I enjoy writing, and throughout my books are hints and tips to individual growth and human evolution. Whether the non fiction philosophy, my novels or my erotica, which contains fun combined with life lessons concealed away. Philosophy is a bit dry for most people, so I thought that I would coat it in a bit of fun and fantasy to enable a wider audience.
This little book is designed to get you to think hard. It will hopefully cause you to challenge your beliefs and to find ways to help you develop your own intuitive skills. Along the way we will touch on the worlds of our everyday life, politics, religions, business, and spying. Hope that you enjoy the ride. So fasten your seatbelt and lets go.
From reading an Economist article that suggested that it is still a difficult problem to find submarines I offer a theoretical solution that could be effective, combining the skills of remote viewing with mathematics, big data and oceanography. Success could assist the effective location of missing aircraft in the oceans. Clearly finding submarines is not something that civilians should attempt.
The third instalment of a real life journey through the world of learning to remote view, with session data, thoughts, insights and analysis. This volume contains detailed thoughts and analysis of the United Kingdoms declassified remote viewing papers, as well as a playful challenge and shows the journey of getting to grips with meaningful databasing.
If you are new to Remote Viewing you might find this book about my own learning journey to be a useful signpost. If you are a scientist you might find the data provided on my sessions helpful. This book will not teach you how to remote view, that is a job for the experts, but offers a real life example of what one person can achieve. I explore commercial applications and include a challenge.
I decided to try remote viewing to see if there was anything in it, and whether I could do it. So for six months I read, interacted and tried, and this book shows the real life results for a beginner who has self learnt as best he can the techniques once used and now declassified by the US military. Are my results amazing? No. Am I now convinced that remote viewing works? Yes.
Having pierced through the veils in life and seen its beauty that is hidden in the plain sight of our everyday life, I now know that everything needed to answer the eternal questions, to find the grail, to remove the sword from the stone, is to be found in the daily grind of life. Ancient esoteric knowledge remains available to every one of us, if we want to find it.
I wrote this book to help me make sense of my life, and it has enabled me to see how I have got to where I am today. In addition to my journey through loneliness to happiness, working my way from a broken home in a Scottish council estate to qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in a global firm and beyond, I show my ups and downs and how I kept picking myself back up.
This book is about our very survival. It is a reflective look at the type of people we have become and about where we are going. In short this book is about you, an individual human being and how you fit into the bigger picture of life.
Donald Davidson is sent to Antarctica to perform a secret mission that will help do a little bit to return peace and harmony to this planet. Darker forces are not happy and Donald struggles with his own stupidity, near death, and misunderstanding of intentions, which enable him to experience a great many things on his journey. Will he fall back in love again? Sequel to Dragons Triangle.
A reclusive self-made millionaire, finds that his carefully constructed life is torn apart by the disappearance of his daughter, and the death of his two closest friends. Fighting to come to terms with these changes in his life, he looks for answers and it soon becomes apparent that he is both being used by darker forces, and is also a pawn in a bigger project of humanity.
A true story about when I nearly died and going down the white tunnel of light to the gates of heaven and back. A profound religious experience? A hallucination under the influence of fever? Having to face some not insignificant fears in hospital I was able to use the experience to walk positively forwards in life. An inspiring tale about how the British heath care system can work brilliantly.