Novelist. Author of APSARAS and tales from the beautiful Saigh Valley. First person to quantify spiritual values.

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Monday, 29 November 2021

Christmas present idea

 It's that time of year again. What to do about presents, particularly for those who have everything.?

Why not give a book? Why not give one of my books; there's plenty of choice and they're not bad, or so I'm told.

Please go to my Amazon page to see the titles:

(Apart from 'Antiquities Roadshow they are not suitable for young children).

for those living in and around Mojacar I am happy to sign copies. 

Monday, 22 November 2021

Creeping insurgency

 From as long ago as 2015 this blog has been suggesting that a 'Trojan Horse' strategy has been at work in the UK but now we have seen evidence that the next stage in the exercise is at hand. Please see previous blogs:

What has changed? I suggest that the vilification of British institutions, most recently, Yorkshire County Cricket Club, is the most strident demonstration that the next phase in the take-over of the UK is underway. As suggested in the earlier blogs the first phase was the absorption into the populace of peoples from abroad complete with their different cultures and values. Of course when numbers were small it made little impact but a toehold was made. Indeed, small numbers of immigrants were probably beneficial, allowing for an introduction of fresh blood and genetic strengthening of the population. Over the decades, immigration increased but the emphasis changed from mostly Christian folk from Commonwealth and English speaking countries to Muslim people escaping the ravages of war and poverty. It must be borne in mind that in the move they brought with them the baggage of their past including their religion which endured over the generations. One cricketer of Pakistani origin objected to being called a 'p**i' yet was discovered to have sent antisemitic messages when he was younger. That hypocrisy was overlooked as sponsors deserted the hapless cricket club in numbers, dismantling a century of glorious history and sporting goodwill.

Now the numbers of non Anglo-Saxon peoples in the Country and their sympathisers have swelled to a new, critical level where they can start to challenge British culture, British value and even British history in an attempt to demean the indigenous population. They have begun to devalue the glorious British history and dismantle the statues and symbols of a past that brought great advances and civilisation to huge swathes of the globe. The immigrants and their heirs are beginning to cast off their obligations, as guests, to adopt the British way of life and take on the mantle of conquerors and impose their way of life. The Black Lives Matter movement is a manifesation of this change and so too the introduction of Black History in some schools possibly suggesting that to be white is somehow, shameful.

We have reached a critical point. The British people, welcoming and generous by nature will only stand so much of this treachery. They see a thousand more immigrants a day arriving at the UK shores, mostly Muslim from Iraq, Syria and others with no serious attempt to return them as they claim 'human rights' to resist repatriation. Is it time for the UK to adopt a more hardline approach? Is it time to be nasty to be kind? Is it time to say enough is enough like some other Countries? The Prime Minister's remit is to protect the people of the UK, its history and culture, not the rest of the world and time is running out for him to act.

Politicians looking to the polls are reluctant to speak out for fear of being branded 'racist' or 'fascist'. New Parties will spring up with new leaders, dubbed right wing and probably proscribed. With nowhere to go the people will react and it will not be pretty.


Tuesday, 9 November 2021

Is our universe unique?

Is there any other universe like ours?

The Davies Hypothesis suggests that dual universes emerge from an absolute nothingness called the Pleroma according to the equality: 

P = 0 =  f [ (±x)² + (±ix)²] where 'i' is the square root of minus one.

Here we have nothing composed of something, two seemingly positive terms cancelling each other out. but how do we get a universe? The 'x' could refer to anything; a cabbage for example, but this is very unlikely to result in a viable universe.

 I suggest that 'x' represents the very ingredients and recipe for making a viable (dual) universe including all the laws of nature we observe? Although there are endless possibilities, the pleroma is eternal and infinite, very few result in a successful, viable universe suggesting that perhaps ours is a unique solution, making us, as witnesses, very special indeed.

If it is a unique combination of physical constants then other viable universes would be made of the same elements as ours, obey the same rules of nature, etc, but evolution may have followed a completely different path, possibly rendering such a universe as unrecognisable. 

I suggest that because ‘x’ is possibly the same in all viable (dual) universes, impingement and coalescence may occur. One can infer from that that in some far off reaches of our universe, too far to be identified, there may be vestiges of a totally alien world including life.

Friday, 22 October 2021

Past or Future. Which is more interesting?

 At the 'now' moment, the future and past coincide but as time moves on and the 'now' moment changes we can make some deductions on the nature of these aspects of time.

The future remains unknowable because it is yet to come into existence but the past has been experienced and can be accessed by a brain working in the three dimensions of time via memory. That is not all, the invention of writing has been crucial in the recording of the past, replacing  an oral tradition of passing on history as stories where what had been forgotten or unexplained was replaced with imaginings that through embellishment became unicorns, angels and gods.

The human brain has a great capacity for storing life's experiences and across the world this amount of information allows for a considerable recording of the past. I suggest that this information will be passed on to successive generations meaning that each of us is an encyclopedia of the earths history. Why then do I know so little? Because you don't need to access all this data in day to day life although some of it may be retrieved and appear in dreams. Images you never knew you had.

What of the future? At every point in the universe, except the origin, there will be an older part where development has been longer. If one could instantly travel to this older part you may glimpse THEIR future but because of the vicissitudes of nature it may be a vision of scientific advancement or a sterile desert of stagnation.

You can never know your own future. The 'imaginary' time working of your brain allows you to predict or anticipate what comes next but you cannot know for sure which leads me to nature's greatest paradox. How come there can be no 'now' moment, the present, without there being a non-existent future?

The answer, of course, can be found in my inexpensive booklet:  Spiritual Man: An Introduction to Negative Dimensions

Monday, 11 October 2021

Scrap HS2. Build nuclear.

 Successive UK Governments have been found out for allowing British utilities to be sold off to foreign Companies and investors or allowed to perish on the vine. All the time it is short term expediency ahead of long term planning as painfully demonstrated by the UK's current energy shortfall. At the mercy of overseas owners the price of Russian gas has gone through the roof, the French are threatening to cut off electricity; all at a time when the wind has dropped and North Sea oil has all but run dry. 

In the Sixties the UK were world leaders in nuclear energy technology but demands from coal miners led to Labour's decision to cut back on investment whilst the US and France, oblivious to Union demands powered on ahead. But that's in the past. What to do now.

It costs about £20bn to build a nuclear power station. The unwanted HS2 project is scheduled to cost £200bn. Why not scrap the train and build ten new, state of the art, safe, nuclear power stations to be run by the state? 

Use the land already cleared for the train to build affordable housing.

Saturday, 2 October 2021

The Death Penalty. A deafening silence

 In the wake of the trial of policeman, Wayne Couzens, there has been universal silence on the question of the death penalty. Why is this?

It is true he pleaded guilty at the trial, thereby saving the family of murdered Sarah Everard from going through what would have been a harrowing trial but nevertheless his crime was so heinous that many, possibly a majority, of the public might support his execution. That politicians and lawmakers don't want to reintroduce the death penalty should not mean that the majority of the public are denied a say in the matter. The UK is, after all, a democracy; isn't it.

Friday, 1 October 2021

Eric the god eating penguin

 I am grateful to Quora for this image by an unknown author

Of course, many of a religious disposition will scoff at this perfectly reasonable argument whilst many others will argue that to even think about the existence of God is blasphemous and cannot therefore be entertained. 
One has, sometimes, to remind oneself that this is the twenty-first century CE.

Wednesday, 15 September 2021

Sentencing of paedophiles

 The UK news this morning tells of a young girl groomed on line by a 46 year old paedophile posing as a sixteen year old. Why is this allowed to continue? Seven years ago this blog suggested a remedy. See:

This man was imprisoned, released and reoffended causing LIFE-long distress to his victims. He and all the others should at the very least be physically castrated but preferably executed as a warning to others. Do not ruin childhoods and lives. EVER. 

Thursday, 9 September 2021

The meaning of 'mafia'.

 I have previously suggested that at least two of the laws of Islam bear some resemblance to those of the Mafia.


Further to my knowledge I learn from Puzo, in his book 'The Sicilian' that the word 'mafia' in Arabic means place of sanctuary and the concept of 'omerta' came to Sicily in the tenth century with the Saracens. 

If the UK authorities take measures to stop the influence of the Mafia I don't suppose they'd do the same ........ No. 

I don't think so!

Wednesday, 1 September 2021

The Afghan Monarchy

 As Afghanistan starts life as an Islamic Republic under the Taliban, I am reminded that not so long ago the Country was a monarchy. I have written previously, 

(see: ) of my belief that a sound and established constitutional monarchy such as exists in the United Kingdom represents the best basis for stable governance of a Country and its people. I wonder how many Afghans mightily wish they had such a future with a chance of a peaceful life with the hope of prosperity and the freedom to enjoy it.

I wish the people of Afghanistan all the best.

May her god save the Queen, Elizabeth II