A Brief Bio
My interests are many and varied. They encompass metaphysics, religion, parapsychology, science, quantum mechanics, dream interpretation, and lucid dreaming.
Psychic experiences have been a part of my life since I was nine years old, including precognition with some precognitive dreams. Because these strange occurrences continue, I keep a record of them.
New Thought magazine published two of my essays: The Missing Link of Quantum Mechanics and Citizen of The Universe.
I am an unpublished novelist and have written two novels: An Indictment of World Leaders and Why Does The Lion Roar?. I have had three agents, but none could persuade a publisher to read a manuscript.
AN INDICTMENT OF WORLD LEADERS - - Thriller
After the end of the cold war, many world leaders thought the possibility of nuclear war was over. But the danger became even more ominous when a brilliant mathematician dismissed mere possibility.
Professor Hellman spoke of something far more serious—probability. He shocked the world with the headline conclusion of his theory—NUCLEAR WAR IS INEVITABLE.
But Burt Stephens, an investigative reporter, discovered the only way to prevent nuclear holocaust. Yet his astonishing solution would be so difficult put into action, that the world might not beat the apocalyptic deadline.
WHY DOES THE LION ROAR?- - Literary Fiction
David Malcom’s breakup with his wife had been painful, and he would’ve been astonished to know that their divorce would forever be a link in evolution’s chain of causes, and that the effect thereof would be a valiant struggle to save an innocent man from the gas chamber.
In the loneliness of single life, David was fighting depression. He began to have precognitive dreams, which caused him to wonder how the future could be foretold. It seemed that there was only one way that could be possible.
The future would have to be already decided, he mused, and that would threaten free will. A captivating news headline seemed to support his thought.
CRIMINALS COULD SOON PLEAD ‘MY GENES MADE ME DO IT,’ The Gazette (Colorado Springs) Thursday, July 24, 1997 (from the Toledo Blade, Bar Harbor, Maine)
Today’s astonishing genetic discoveries have revived an age-old mystery: Is man free, or is his life determined by fate?
Why Does The Lion Roar offers an answer to this fascinating question.
We obey our own destiny best when we listen to our heart. No amount of conscious reasoning can prevail against this intuition, and only by following its dictates can we discover our true selves. U. S. Andersen, The Magic in Your Mind