Hello! I truly hope you have been doing well. I know it’s been a few months since my last post, so I just wanted to check in and give a quick update.
I’ll cut right to the chase. 2020 has sucked. Hard. In fact, I’d refer to it as a dumpster fire. From a global pandemic to societal unrest and political chicanery… it’s been crazy to say the least.
However, you know me – always the eternal optimist. As such, I’ve tried to make the proverbial lemonade out of the situation by focusing on my research. Additionally, the constraints of social distancing and physical isolation have awarded me an opportunity to redirect my attention and knock out a laundry list of projects that had been piling up. So, that’s definitely a positive!
I’ve definitely restricted my public persona and have only done a few small public events. Thankfully most of the larger events (I’m looking at you DragonCon!) decided it was prudent to cancel this year due to COVID.
Now that 2020 is getting smaller in our rear-view mirror, I’m looking ahead to 2021 as being the most productive, fulfilling, and engaging year ever! Let’s all keep our fingers and toes crossed!
Over the past eleven months (wow, has it been that long already?) I’ve been involved in developing a ground-breaking project based around my understanding of the connection between resonance, quantum entanglement, and human consciousness.
I don’t want to say too much yet, but my research over the past twenty-five years coupled with two of my books (“The Resonance Key” and “The Grid: Exploring the Hidden Infrastructure of Reality”) helped to lay the groundwork for what can only be described as “game changing.”
Basically, this project is the culmination of my life’s work and will redefine our beliefs surrounding physical death… and what I refer to as the continuity of life.
So… there we have it. A quick recap of what I’ve been up to. I appreciate all of the folks who have personally reached out to me and/or kept in touch via social media.
I’m looking forward to seeing everyone again soon! Be well and take care of yourselves.