Paranormal World | God likes Tolstoy more than me

There is a type of paranormal phenomena that no one seems to talk about anymore, maybe because it's so difficult to talk about. Here is an example. One night I was having a discussion with my adult daughter about the lamentable lack of interest in literature today, especially among young men. I was referring not … Continue reading Paranormal World | God likes Tolstoy more than me

Rescuing History | How the Boomers ruined everything

Who got the world into this current political/cultural/economic mess? I have to confess - it was my generation, the 'boomers'. Boomers elected Donald Trump. Boomers voted for Brexit in the UK. In my province of Ontario, Canada last year boomers elected Doug Ford as our leader, who has proven himself a match for Trump in … Continue reading Rescuing History | How the Boomers ruined everything

Rescuing the Past and/or Anthropology and/or Psychology |How reading and writing preceded Talking

In one of my books – not sure if it's in The Shyness Guide or my first novel, The Birdcatcher (could be both) - I said that reading and writing are older than speech. That's an idea that I have never seen anywhere else. But this week, re-reading the James Hillman/Michael Ventura book, We've Had … Continue reading Rescuing the Past and/or Anthropology and/or Psychology |How reading and writing preceded Talking

Paranormal World | Children who speak of past lives |Rajul Shah and the Mountain

Rajul Shah was born in Vinchhiya, India, in the state of Gujarat, on August 14, 1960. She would become another child who psychologist Ian Stevenson would examine in his life-long investigation of the phenomenon of children talking about a past life. One day when she was 2 1/2 years old, Rajul came running into her … Continue reading Paranormal World | Children who speak of past lives |Rajul Shah and the Mountain