Over the years I have written eleven published books, and here they are
- the latest publications come first
The ancient sites of West Penwith, Cornwall
and what they tell us about megalithic civilisation
the world's prospects mid-century
Published online as a website and in PDF format - available free
Power Points in Time
and how time passes
Ancient Festivals, Lunar Phases,
Planetary Line-ups and Historic Moments
Living in Time (1987) - see the bottom of this page
- the human side of globalisation
The underlying theme of the book is that, in order to resolve global-scale issues of our day, we need bravely to look at the underlying issues which cause us to believe that nations and peoples and their interests are more important than global interests. This is vital because addressing the issues of the 21st Century involves cooperation and a loss of sovereignty which affects both our real lives and our national prejudices and judgements.
These prejudices and judgements often conceal aspects of a nation's or people's own lives and realities which they don't want to look at. So they project outwards on other people and cultures, and here lie the roots of the causes of war, nationalism, racism and the cultural and religious frictions of our time. Yet, to resolve such issues as climate, resource shortage, population and conflict, such social and psychological issues must also be resolved. This also concerns the essential happiness of societies within nations, and conflicts between social subgroups.
The book thus looks at collective identity and the fears, guilt and shame of nations and peoples. It also looks at what needs to be done about them - a truth process which involves owning up to current facts, unresolved historical shadows and public dishonesties in every nation.
The Kingfisher Illustrated
History of the World
This in itself requires national self-examination in each nation followed by enough forgiveness and resolution of the past and its conflicts for nations and peoples to cooperate sufficiently on a global scale to deal with essentially global issues.
The Only Planet of Choice
Essential Briefings from Deep Space
Gateway Books, 1993. First edition.
Three editions: first (mine) and second are out of print and third currently in print
It is of limited appeal, partially because historians have an ideological dislike for the idea that there can be evolutionary cycles in history, and partially because astrologers' historical knowledge can be poor and selective. But for those who research these things it has been and remains an important source work.
The Historical Ephemeris tracks the motions and cycles of relationship of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, with those of Jupiter and Saturn added as faster-moving qualifiers of the nature of the times. But what is most remarkable is the observable correlation between historical and astrological events which is demonstrated in the ephemeris.
The Ephemeris contains notes on groundrules for the study of astro-historical cycles together with extensive timeline tables, which present the observable facts. It also contains charts of all outer-planet configurations and tables of the motions of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto over a period of 2,800 years.
Available secondhand in print, and online archive version here.