A Leader of the People for the People. What Would That Look Like? Here’s My Interpretation.

In my blogs I’ve written about the sycophantic nature of elected civil servants who don’t honour their promises, are self-indulgent, power-hungry (though they have none, they are puppets that get discarded when their usefulness is over), and get elected on personality rather than policy. What would a leader of the people, for the people look like to …

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I’m Living in a Twilight Zone Episode. Rod Serling, Mind Getting Me Out?

When this ‘global manufactured crisis’ was played out on an unconscious and acquiescing human populace the first feeling that ran through my CPU and then my body was anger. I was utterly pissed that the public would fall for a fake, manufactured illness that has swept over the globe killing millions. The jury’s not out for me, …

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Paradigm shifts. The foundational Experience of the Oho Ake Universe.

There is a narrative that flows through the novels of Harmon Sueno and also in the novel, Rigmarole, by Dick Swabb (to be published in 2021) that has been with me since my conscious awakening. Paradigm shifting. In Entwined and United, the paradigm shift is brought about by many characters with extraordinary abilities, knowledge, and determination against the will of the cabal that has utilised a dark …

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Pablo Wairua, the Indigenous Superhero. The Tip of the Arrow.

In the novel United, Pablo Wairua is the fulcrum that necessitates the epochal shift from an age of darkness, into an age of light, expansion, and knowledge. This young man, born to a Quechua mother, and a Tuhoe Maori father is the greatest Tohunga (an expert skilled in mystical occult knowledge, a healer, and in Pablo’s lineage, a warrior-priest) …

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Markus. A long way from Lyra, United’s other Immortal Hero.

 Markus, is a character from the Harmon Sueno novel, United, who came to me when I heard about the Pentecostal snake handlers in the Appalachian mountains quoting this verse from the Gospel of Mark,  Mark 16:17–18 ‘17 And these signs will accompany those who believe: in my name they will cast out demons; they will speak in new tongues; they will pick …

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Shadow and Soul series : The Books of Harmon Sueno, Pablo wairua and Lord Buford Somerset

Taking the Oho Ake universe into Amazon KDP exclusively wasn’t a move that I had strategised. With Draft2Digital, I would have had a wide distribution for the ebooks, across the world, including with Amazon, as well as dozens of other digital book retail stores. Due to their censorship of some of the content in the books (which was taken completely …

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All roads lead to parihaka. Te Raukura, the Feather of Peace.

My whakapapa on my father’s father’s side of the family goes back to Opunake, Te Atiawa (Taranaki Maori Iwi/tribe). I’ve felt that connection flowing through my veins like a persistent warmth for my entire existence in my body, but not as strong as when I came back to Te Ika a Maui in late 2002 from Vancouver, …

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Warrior with a Poetic Heart, Shining a Light, Facing the Dark.

Setting very strong boundaries has been an issue for me my entire life experience in this body. I grew up in a home where violence was a daily occurrence. My father was verbally and physically abusive, his raging anger and alcoholism had a better marriage than both his other two marital contracts ever did. As a consequence of this, …

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Awakening to truth through imagination

In my childhood, I had many experiences that could be perceived as supernatural or paranormal. What was defined as ‘real’ was a matter of conjecture, and for me, the last word on what was simply an active imagination or an aspect of heightened sensory awareness came from the mouths of my caregivers. I grew up with visitations from parasitic …

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