The absurdity of religious beliefs is pointed out directly, as it must be, but there is also grace, humor, insight, style and the urge to fully live, unfettered by superstition. Long ago, people were... More > thrown out of the tribe for not believing in the moon god, but that god is long gone, along wth the gods of Mt. Olympus and others who had to be moved so far away as to become invisible. Is our present day God any more real? Is He a leader? Is He a good role model. Should we follow his ways? Was God made in Man's image? Is it all just a myth? What do other insights have to offer? Lavishy illustrated in color.< Less
Explains the lore and legends of the flowers athrough the epic poem. Flora Symbolica. the greatest poem I've ever written. Every page is illustrated with art or photos. See also 'Flying... More > Free'.
Heaven’s patron of arts, grace, and license,
Left us sweet-smelling plants, with flowered scents
And aromas redolent—florescence
In flush and prime of days reminiscent.< Less
ToeQuestors from www.toequest.com discover the Secrets of the Universe, as well as the humorously dangerous implications that follow their possession of the Holy Grail of the genuine Theory of... More > Everything. With the world’s future hanging in the balance, they sharpen their wits and skills through the teachings of the learnéd Grand Masters. Extraordinary mixed media color photo composites of tropical and otherworldly scenes beyond compare. Many poems as well. Fun science, too. Much original humor. There is no greater quest than to know whence we came and what we are. Humerous and meaningful. Amazing science poems between chapters. Many Theories of Everything looked at.< Less
An extension of Omar Khayyam's Rubayiat into modern times. Lavishly Illustrated. The Rubàiyàt stuck a chord in me which was already resonating to Omar's frequency, so, I wrote my own.... More > Somehow, inexplicably, the verses came to me as I lived through all the experiences described therein-for I dared not write of any philosophies which had not been tried and proven. My quatrains, like Omar's, aim into the heart of life's dilemmas, offering simple common sense solutions. In this hectic, complicated world of ours we often forget that it is the simple things in life that are still the most enjoyable and inexpensive-for, everyone dies, but not everyone lives. The spirit of Omar's Persia-fume has reached me, across the centuries, as he had hoped it might, and has overtaken me unaware, inspiring me to live and write, in that order. Illustrations of my best quatrains. Full text included.< Less
The absurdity of religious beliefs is pointed out directly, as it must be, but there is also grace, humor, insight, style and the urge to fully live, unfettered by superstition. Long ago, people were... More > thrown out of the tribe for not believing in the moon god, but that god is long gone, along wth the gods of Mt. Olympus and others who had to be moved so far away as to become invisible. Is our God any more real? Is He a leader? Is He a good role model. Should we follow his ways? Was God made in Man's image? Is it all just a myth? What do other insights have to offer? Lavishy illustrated.< Less
Is it that with grace, humor and style that we will describe all the realms of life, as well as answer the ultimate questions, some in seriously comedic adventures? We will it.
Is the cause of the... More > universe itself causeless? Yes, and we will learn why, just be-cause.
Did the laws of the universe come from Nothing? Just about, but there is some further ado about near 'nothing'.
Does everything amount to a total Nothing except for the quantum fluctuations of uncertainty? Certainly.
Will we disprove the Supernatural? Naturally.
What does the sum total of the information content of Everything add up to? Nothing. Nil. Null. Not a thing.
Do we really learn Everything here, such as what is the origin of the universe and also the explanation of that which produced it. Yes. Really? Yes, for sure; you can count on it.
Are any other of your books kind of like this one? Yes, see 'Butterflies At the Edge of Forever'.< Less
An Exploration of the Joys of the Human Condition and the Astounding Secrets of the Universe and the Mind Through the Life of a Loving Couple Engaged in the Ultimate Relationship Across the Centuries... More > and into the Future. Escaping from a monastery-abbey that engulfed itself in the flames of ignorance, such as the one in in the book “The Name of the Rose”, they, our ever returning couple, salvage a mysterious book of quatrains that guides them through the joys and follies of the human condition as they live out its words, for the proof of all writing is to live it. So close in thought that they need not even be named at first, our couple takes a picaresque journey through the first part of the book to solve the difficulties of life as they are encountered in their travels through the forested countryside. Alive and positive, it makes you want to run right out and live. Includes the Book of Quatrains and the Journal. Some illustrations. Magical and Mystical.< Less
Flora Symbolia: An epic poem on the lore and legends of the flowers as taken by Eve from the Garden of Eden. Color Symbols: Lore and Legends of the colors. Elfin Legends: Lore. Universals—The... More > New Rubayiat: Extension of the Rubayiat into modern times. Brain Waves: The mysteries of the mind and the secrets of the universe. Misc. Poems: Many more short poems.< Less