Even though I was born with an artistic bent, having drawn my first picture at the age of 7, and even though I excelled at art and mechanical engineering in school, I also excelled in maths, English, music and other academic subjects. Which led me to wonder what I wanted to do with my life.
At the age of 9 I was given an Airfix model airplane to make. I believe it was a German Albatros D V. For the next 10 years I built over 30 model aircraft and had them strung up in my room hanging from the ceiling. To this day I remember most of them. Strangely enough I never made a Spitfire, which was my favourite aircraft of WWII. But I had a Hurricane! I also had a B29 bomber and a Concorde amongst others.
When I was 16 I bought a radio controlled model airplane kit made out of balsa wood parts (which is nowadays called a pattern kit) that was created and distributed by MK Kato in Japan. The kit was purchased, along with an O.S Max 45 FSR engine, from Kingo Hobby near Copenhagen. The model was a Blue Angel Jr. and I purchased it with all the money I had earnt while working in Denmark at a Hotel in the summer of 1979. I didn't know it at the time, but this model was the pinnacle of pattern radio control flying in the late 70's and early 80's. I spent the next year building it, failing my Physics A level exams in the process. In the end I couldn't finish it because I had purchased the wrong size of fuel tank for it and the shop in Denmark had closed down by the time I got to that point in the build. I ended up giving it away to the building superintendent where I lived.
This passion for aircraft turned into a goal to become an RAF pilot and I worked towards that throughout my school years. But when on a working holiday abroard, the Falklands War broke out and my enthusiasm for being an RAF pilot went out the window as I was not willing to fight wars that I did not agree with.
I then thought about becoming an Architect and then a Dentist. For some reason the idea for doing these vocations didn't fill me with as much passion as wanting to be a pilot had done. So I stayed at school until I was 19 and eventually went to the London College of Furniture and Design and did a diploma in Interior Design and Furnishings. I actually started the second year (of a two year course) as I had done a lot of the work for the first year in school. So I ended up with a Diploma in Interior Design and Furnishings after only 1 year.
The one module that I really loved was working in plastic. For that module I had to draw something and then represent that in acrylic. I drew the end of a conch shell with its delicate geometry and focused on this area to make the acrylic piece. I was very successful and created a beautiful transparent aquamarine sculpture based on this drawing. I was told by the course teacher that he wished he could give me a higher mark than he could as the execution was so outstanding. I think it was this module and this piece that got me my diploma. Sadly, the London College of Furniture and Design is no more as it has been superceded by the Sir John Cass faculty of Art, Architecture and Design at the London Metropolitan University.
Certain experiences that occurred when I was about 16 or 17 caused my family to become very concerned for my well being. It even caused me to wonder why I was feeling the way I was. During this time, which lasted for about 5 years, I became extremely depressed and I could not understand what was happening as there was no logical reason for me to feel the way I did. I was to eventually discover what the root of all this was in March 2007, nearly 28 years later.
In 1984 my family purchased a self-development course for me, called Self-Transformation Seminars, to participate in as they saw that something needed to be done about what was going on with me. I really didn't feel like doing anything of this nature but I went and did it anyway.
It was one of the best things that I ever did.
I experienced very dramatic changes and because of what I experienced I had a ton of questions about Life. Things had changed dramatically for me. But everything 'out there' was the same. Something had changed inside me and I wanted to find out what that was.
So began a 30+ year adventure into researching the Universe we inhabit, the world we live in and finding out about the true potential that I and each one of us has.
My research took me into all areas of life: Alternative Technologies - especially the technologies discovered by Nikola Tesla and Viktor Schauberger, Alternative Health - which uncovered the cause of cancer and also its cures, AIDS and its beginnings, the fact that Vaccines are designed to kill or maim babies, children and people and not prevent illnesses, Quantum Medicine, how our body works, simple protocols to cure just about anything, and many other health discoveries (all outside of the 'Mainstream'), Human Potential - which covered the spiritual and mental aspects of Life and Living, Law - which uncovered the absolute fraud of the (monetary) slavery system we live. What I learnt about covers taxes, mortgages, debts, your given name, your birth certificate, one's standing from a legal point of view, the nature of authority and its usurpation by anti-social people (governments and religions), etc., Matter, Energy, Space and Time, the nature of - how one can tap into and communicate with the intelligence inherent in so-called 'inanimate' objects, Remote viewing and its related abilities, Water and its very unique properties, and many other areas too much to mention here.
What I have researched and discovered has come at very high personal cost and has caused a lot of heartache for myself and others. Yet the information would not have been uncovered otherwise.
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