Thursday, July 28, 2016


Since I am going to be traveling the next couple of days and most likely won't be able to post tomorrow, and since it is my BIRTHDAY today, I've decided to give you a present. Here are TWO blog posts in one! Oh, and the second one is pretty controversial, have fun with it. Have a great Thursday, Friday and weekend everyone.


Do all myths have some kind of basis in reality? Here is an interesting fact, for centuries paintings, stained glass windows and sculptures have depicted people, usually Saints, with a halo. A glowing radiance emanating from them.

Kirlian photography was not invented until 1939. That is, the ability to photograph some type of energy given off by living objects. We can add to the list, the Kraken or giant squid, the ancient city of Troy, and others.

If we consider all of the evidence that has been collecting throughout the last couple of centuries, we are finding that there is more truth behind these myths than there is fiction. That isn’t to say that there aren’t some purposeful deceptions, but the myths that have existed and been perpetuated for centuries usually have some basis in reality.

This leads us to the Senses Novels. The entire series is based on the premise that Reality Is Not What You Think, or, that our perceptions drive what we know as reality. For the longest time scientists believed that the Coelacanth was extinct for over 66 million years. In the 1930’s one was caught. In that one moment, reality changed…again.


As I’ve stated in past posts, I am currently working on book number four of the series. This volume has a number of interesting paths in it. During the course of the novel, a question is raised, does God make mistakes?

In 1 Samuel 15:11 we have the statement that “God regretted making Saul king.” Now, why would God have cause to regret anything? Wouldn’t an omniscient God have the ability to know in advance who would and would not make a good king? Did God error?

No, I am not going to try to answer that question here. You will just have to wait until book four is published to see how the question is resolved and under what circumstances. If, however, the question has intrigued you, I would suggest that you start reading the series with book one, AURA. You can get AURA for FREE on AMAZON.

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