I was born in Leicester, England, on April 29th 1952. I daydreamed my way through school, never took a major exam and left to be a professional soccer player at the age of 15.
I played most of my career with what was later diagnosed as rheumatoid arthritis and my final season was a daily agony before my career ended literally overnight when I was just turned 21.
A series of amazing synchronicities or ‘coincidences’, which I describe in my books, led me to becoming a newspaper, radio and television journalist, a sports presenter with the BBC and a national spokesman for the British Green Party. These experiences helped me to realise what an irrelevance the mainstream media and politics are at informing the public what is really going on in the world.
I have written around 20 books and travelled to more than 50 countries researching and talking at public events and, as the world takes ever more blatantly the form that I described in earlier books, the interest in my work has exploded. I hope that I have shown people that, no matter how bad and hopeless things may look, you can survive and prosper if you are prepared to keep walking in your chosen direction and never give up.
My words are designed to inspire all of us to be who we really are, to fling open the door of the mental prison we build for ourselves and to walk into the light of freedom.
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