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I materialized in Montreal in 1946. Not sure who dropped me off or why, but I would like to thank them some day for the fabulous journey so far.

Background Information

I graduated from High School in 1964 in Quebec, worked for eight years in the telecommunication industry and then dropped out. By that I mean I left the comforts of civilization to live in the forest in Northern British Columbia. I spent ten years living with and being a part of the forest and her creatures.
I spent time among the Cree aboriginal peoples learning their culture. I studied comparative religions, metaphysics, quantum physics and philosophy on my own while living in the forest.

Birth Place
Montreal,  Canada

I have published six books on a variety of subjects, including Log House building, a humorous look at forestry, philosophy, a cartoon history of the BC Gold Rush and a novel about reality, shamanism and life on the other side of the veil.
I have no certificates on my walls but I like to tell people that I'm certifiable. Ten years of living the way I did and the experiences I've had gave me a very different view of our civilization than the status quo version.

Additional Information

My latest book Ghost peoples - The Sinixt: Recovering from Extinction was released in the spring of 2009. It is the story of a cross border nation that was declared extinct in Canada but are still recognized in the US and their struggle to be recognized in the northern 80% of their home territory.

Contact Information
Box 214
950 Crescent Bay Rd. 
Nakusp  V0G1R1   Canada
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