On the Necessary Return to a Rational Understanding of the Nature of Man and the Universe

“The Ultimate Tyranny in a society is not control by martial law. It is control by the psychological manipulation of consciousness, through which reality is defined so that those who exist within it do not even realize that they are in prison. They do not even realize that there is something outside of where they exist.” – Bringers of the Dawn

A Time of Change is an uncompromising, uncensored, disturbing for some, yet in the end enlightening piece of investigative journalism into claims made by religious, scientific, and governmental organizations regarding the origin, the nature, and the purpose of life.

Addressed and made accessible to ordinary people, members of the academia and everyone else in-between, this project took ten years of intense research work and a lifetime of observing to complete. Most significantly, the unique aerial image of civilization Earth it provides will demolish every single misconception about the nature of being human and the origin and the purpose of life on this planet.

Meant to serve the greater good, the project has materialized as two volumes of thoroughly analyzed information deliberately extracted from a multitude of fields of knowledge producing a logical sequence of revelations that will forever change our perception of reality.

“… a weighty blend of philosophy, psychology, science, history, and spiritual reflection … Controversial? Absolutely. A Time of Change reflects the process of change by examining (and often refuting, with equal deftness) the contentions of Christianity and Islam, right and left-leaning ideals, new age, traditional religious and scientific thinking alike…” - Diane Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review.

Originally a two-part work, the book was released in the current two-volume format in March, and then April of 2016, through e-distributors around the world. However, the author feels more confortable allowing free access to it. In addition to that, this is an improved version. Click on the links below and read the most up-to-date version of it.

A Time of Change – Volume 1.

A Time of Change – Volume 2.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016


Work on the book started in 2006. It was more or less finished in 2013. For the last three years I have been constantly doing additional editing of the manuscript, and the process is not over yet. Mostly is for clarity but there have been instances when I found errors that had to be addressed. There is always the temptation of taking what is believed by the general public and promoted by serious sources, on TV, in specialty journals or by other authors passing for experts, as being fact. There are many instances though when, once you decide to look into the matter, it turns out that specific claim has no bases in the evidence we have. This is one of the reasons I took on this project, to expose the reality behind many of the claims made by religious organizations, historians, scientists, spiritualists, politicians and media organizations, a reality that once you become aware of it will change your perception of reality and subsequently the way we live on this planet. 

Tuesday, August 30, 2016


I spent the last weekend of August in the Berkshires, western Massachusetts, one of the most culture saturated rural area of America. The Boston Symphonic Orchestra runs its summer season here, at Tanglewood, in Lenox. They have the Shakespeare & Company at The Mount, a former residence of famous American writer Edith Wharton, the Berkshires Theater Festival, the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, or “the Clark,” in Williamstown, which used to be the home of Superman, actor Christopher Reeve, the art studious and the galleries nested into the woods, and the woods is precisely where you are going to find Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, in Becket. It’s a special place, a sought after destination for many Americans in the Northeast during summer.  

It is also highly priced, and don’t expect to find a room in a Stockbridge, Lenox and Lee B&B or inn for under $250 a night during the season (fancy breakfast included). That is if you make your reservation in time. If you are an onepercenter, you will be able to book something very nice at only $600 a night, or so, and I imagine that mint on the pillow must taste fantastic at those rates while the rooms are Hollywood divine. A burger at the Red Lion courtyard is around $25, and a plate of ordinary pasta with a little bit of pesto and a few pine nuts in it, if you are a vegetarian that’s the vegetarian thing they offer as an entrée at Café Lucia on Church Street in Lenox is $23 (service is great.)

Saturday, August 13, 2016


Earth people have more than once resurfaced from the bottom of the dark pit of self-destruction to become what they are today. They did that though with a little help from wiser, kinder, very knowledgeable members of the brotherhood of humans, individuals inhabiting this and other universes.