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

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Friday 17 May 2024


 Having just read the novel called 'origin', written by Dan Brown I thought I might comment on his two basic questions posed in the novel; where do we come from and where are we going?

'Where do we come from?' is a question that has exercised mankind from earliest days particularly those who fall into one of the two camps,. science and religion. To the religious minded they already know the truth. God created the heavens and earth; the Bible says so and then created Adam and Eve. Simple.

For the scientifically minded, the consensus seems to be that life came into existence from a primeval soup starting with the chemistry/physics/ biological chance formation of single cell lifeforms. The problem here, though, is from whence came the laws of these disciplines in the first place. Who or what made the laws?

In conventional science there is no answer because scientists claim that in all current theories there can be no knowledge of what happens at time zero. Even Einstein struggled to explain the infinities etc. however, I think I have a solution and it involves absolute nothingness.

When nature decreed that the square root of one had two, not one, correct answer it validated negative numbers. By this simple ruse it was possible to identify nothingness as a balance of positive and negative values paving the way for a dual universes. Something from nothing.

Clearly, it is necessary to have the correct recipe to create viable, functioning universes but in the infinite nothingness that is reality, there are an infinite number of combinations or permutations. When they occur these serendipitous conjunctions, which must include time and the essential constants, spark a creation process. Remember that everything needed for a viable universe is already part of the infinite nothingness.

Once the new universe is created one of natures prerogatives is achieved. Nature abhors  nothingness as it abhors a vacuum and therefore once started the new universe  continues to expand converting nothingness into more something, a duality, the universe we know and exist in (Plato's 'phenomenal')and another we cannot know (Plato's 'noumenal').

The universe will therefore continue to grow into the infinite nothingness I call the pleroma. But what of mankind? In the book, Brown takes the view we came from a single cell creature born in the primordial soup. By the end he suggests that we will be part mechanical, humans fused with robots with an enhanced brain capability.

When we ask what is the future of the human race, survival of the fittest will still be the prime consideration. The human brain will not be able to evolve as rapidly as technology enhanced hybrids and humans will eventually become extinct.

Tuesday 7 May 2024

It's happening. Don't say you weren't warned 2

 In this blog 0f 2019 we warned of the danger of immigrants being allowed to stand for election to positions of power. See:

Well, so many have been elected I'm beginning to wonder if my worst fears are being reaised and this is a concerted plan that will eventually lead to the UK becoming an Islamic state. One Muslim faction have sent an eighteen long list of requirements that have to be met if Keir Starmer and the Labour Party want the Muslim vote. Remember that Islam takes no prisoners. There is no real tolerance of non-Muslims; their God, Allah, is with them in every aspect of life and don't you forget it.

There is a precedent for this; the Muslim takeover of the Iberian peninsular in the eighth century. It took over six hundred years to expel the Muslims and restore a Christian rule.

Monday 6 May 2024

It's happening. Don't say you weren't warned

 The English local Council elections have just been held with a huge swing to the Labour Party.

The Tories unde Rishi Sunak have failed on almost all their promises particularly that concerning immigration. In November 2021 this blog highlighted the danger of unmitigated Muslim immigration into the Country. see below:

Well, the numbers have reached such a level that Muslims, men in particular, are taking up Council positions, voted in by ever growing numbers of their fellows. One newly elected Councillor in Bradford reportedly shouted 'Allahu Akbar'! on his election. Only the tolerant English would tolerate this upheaval in our nations demographics with the attendant threat to our history, culture and way of life.

The Rwanda scheme is useless. The Country needs leadership with balls to turn back the boats in mid channel and return those Muslims already in the UK or risk the Country becoming an Islamic state. Londonistan is half way there already with a large number of wards in Muslim control under a Muslim mayor.

Sunday 7 April 2024

Gaza atrocities

 The world is horrified by what is happening in Gaza but not one commentator as far as I can tell has stated simply that all those, everyone, who have died in the conflict would be alive today if Hamas had not committed the atrocity in October.

Sunday 24 March 2024

The Easter miracle. True or false?

As Easter approaches people marvel at the Christian miracle of the resurrection of Jesus. But is it true,

See my blog of nine years ago

 Indaloblog: The Resurrection retold (

Tuesday 20 February 2024

The state needs to kill more delinquents

It is clear to me that to save civilisation, to save young people and those who contribute to meaningful life that the state must eradicate those that kill, steal, cheat and behave in a manner contrary to good society.

This means that the courts should routinely sentence to death those found guilty of:-


Some cases of manslaughter



The defrauding of pensioners or old people of their savings.

The ruination of children's lives by maltreatment to the extent that they will be traumatised all their lives.

The list will be added to as necessary.


Because as the population of the planet rises to about nine million, it is an unsustainable level and can no longer support those that make a negative contribution to sustaining human life. It is true that natural life naturally adapts to having cheats in its numbers; cuckoos come to mind and parasitic wasps but this should not be used to support similar behaviour in humans.


Naturally we must have a means of execution that cannot go wrong and satisfies the victims and general public alike. I suggest the following:

A series of 5 machine guns trained on the target, secured to a chair with the chest region clearly marked. Only one of the guns is loaded with live ammunition. 5 volunteers including victims and their families' and friends can be selected and randomly allocated a gun. On the command the guns can be triggered. No one will know who is responsible for the death.

Friday 2 February 2024

The Islamic threat

People in the UK are beginning to realise what a threat to the UK's peace exists in the shape of radical Islamicists. Over the last few years hundreds of thousand of Muslims have left their Muslim homeland to perversely seek a better life in the Christian UK. Now, their numbers are such that they can begin to exert their will on a largely secular Country, confident that their people in positions of power as councillors, are dictating the future for the indigenous culture, habits and customs.

This blog has warned this would happen. See: Indaloblog: The ISIS manifesto ( 

Monday 22 January 2024

The future of transport


I believe that the government made a bad decision when they chose to electrify cars rather than the roads.

High costs, high maintenance, high depreciation, low range, lack of charging stations etc etc make the future of electric cars bleak. It could have been so much better.

Here is an extract from my novel, 'The Lamb at Nettlesham', which proposes a happier outcome.

The predicted massive increase in the use of private cars will cause the complete seizure of the country’s road capacity by early next century. The Green Paper will address those problems and set out a new strategy to satisfy the nation’s need for mobility in the future, whilst keeping expenditure on infrastructure and its maintenance to a minimum. As we proceed, we will have to bear in mind the need to find alternative and more efficient fuels as the global supply of oil diminishes.

Private Transport.

As the nation’s wealth increases so more and more citizens will own and run more cars. It is simply unfeasible to keep building more and larger roads to accommodate this trend. It is proposed therefore that by 2025, all private, freewheeling, transport will be outlawed. Instead, people will be able to own private ‘pods’ that will run on a network of rails driven by electricity.


The same manufacturers that now produce automobiles will make these. They will be constructed so as to run on the network but can be designed to all the usual formats and standards as at present. That is the number of seats and degree of luxury can be as varied as it is now, including drink cabinets as drink driving is avoided.

Pods will be fitted with batteries and wheels so that it can move from one’s home, say, to the nearest hub. Once there it will engage with the network by means of an undercarriage arrangement, which also initiates the payment system. Once engaged, one simply inserts the postcode of the destination and press go. The pod is taken automatically by the most efficient route to your destination and you are billed for each trip on ‘a per distance travelled’ basis.


The network is to be designed jointly by all the motor manufacturing companies who will own and run it. It is to be designed so that it will operate along converted highways and move pods along at a speed consistent with the status of the original road. For example, on old motorways it will be expected that the pods will be propelled to up to 200 mph, automatically maintained at a safe distance from each other. On an original three lane motorway there will be room for six pod lanes.

As the pods move from higher tariff roads to lower, the speeds will be reduced accordingly.

The design of this network will begin immediately and new legislation will be introduced to compel all manufacturers to contribute to the transition or risk losing a license to sell their vehicles.

The electricity to run the network will be provided by a new and safer generation of nuclear power stations.

Commercial Transport

All containers will be loaded onto larger flat bed pods at special network hubs located at railway marshalling works. The railways will be converted into the new rail system. Once at the destination, the containers will be collected by battery driven vehicles for delivery to the recipients whether factory or shop. The layout of future trading estates and shopping centres will need to bear in mind these changes.

Thursday 11 January 2024

Conservative candidate selection process

 It is well recognised that as it stands, the Conservatives will badly lose the next general election. The current crop of Tories have lost their way as taxes remain high and economic growth is weak. There are some excuses, of course, but nevertheless one cannot but feel that the Country is rudderless, run by an unelected Prime Minister and a cabinet, with a few exceptions, of mediocrity.

The Conservative selection panels, up and down the Country, looking for new prospective candidates, might well ponder on the qualities of their new aspirants. Dare I suggest that all they need is to ask each candidate their reply to just two questions:

1. Would you support the re-introduction of the death penalty for some crimes?

2. Would you support the re-introduction of fox hunting?

It is unlikely that either of these measures will come before the commons again but a positive response to both will tell the selection committee a lot about the suitability of the candidate whilst two negatives should point to the exit.

It;s only a suggestion.

Monday 4 December 2023

Return of Elgin Marbles

 Having recently seen pictures of the Elgin Marbles, I have changed my mind with regard to the Greek claim for them to be repatriated to the Country of origin. 

Looking at them, broken and to my mind, ugly, can we not, with our super-skilled masons make copies, exact replicas, and return the originals to Athens on permanent loan with one or two caveats. For example if they are at risk because of war or  natural disaster they should be returned to UK for safe keeping.

Meanwhile, the British public would be able to appreciate the artistic majesty of the pieces whilst winning immense goodwill from one of our allies and NATO partners.

ps. How do we know that those currently on show at the British Museum are not already replicas?