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David Icke: The Perception Deception (or…It’s ALL bollocks – yes, All of it)

I’ve known about David Icke’s campaign to wake up the world since his infamous Terry Wogan interview in the early 1990’s. The things he says would be the subject of defamation lawsuits if anyone else had said them, but because … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s News: Why Canada’s Daily Newspapers are Failing Us

Although published in 1998, John Miller’s book proved to be quite prophetic in pointing out what was wrong with the newspaper industry in the 1990’s and how it could get worse in the 21st century. Meet John Miller John Miller … Continue reading

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The Wellspring: Channelling for the White Brotherhood

I had the opportunity to help the author get this book published in 1993. What Fenella Rundell wrote then is as relevant now as it ever was. Maybe we can take a few lessons here. Foreword The Wellspring cover   … Continue reading

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A Knight Journey: Awakening to The Power of Dreams

I was introduced to Samantha Carr (via Facebook) by my daughter Amy. Samantha’s book was published in 2009. A lot of her experiences echoed my own. I feel connected to her. Meet Samantha Carr Samantha Carr Birth Chart   Samantha … Continue reading

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