The Glade of Light by Dr. Pelham Mead

The Glave of Light (the sword of light) By Dr. Pelham K. Mead III The Celtic old ones say that in the beginning of time the good Gods and the evil Gods made a peace for short period of time. The good Gods would reign during the day and the evil Gods would rein in the night. As a symbol of their peace a Glave of Light or a Sword of light was fashioned out of the rare stones of light. This sword was unlike any sword shaped by man or God for it was forged of diamonds and quartz … Continue reading The Glade of Light by Dr. Pelham Mead

The Century School of Gymnastics Ltd. 1970-1990

The Century School of Gymnastics Ltd. purchased a Dodge 15 passenger van back in the early 1970’s to transport gymnasts to meets and to carry equipment to exhibitions around New York State. The roof rack was custom built by a metal shop in Suffern, New York. The fabulous paint job on both sides and the front of the Van was done by a motorcycle painting artist in Tempe, Arizona near Arizona State University where we were attending the National Gymnastic Clinic there during a Christmas Vacation. The whole custom paint job of a ghost tumbling cost only $300 at the … Continue reading The Century School of Gymnastics Ltd. 1970-1990

37 Miracles of Jesus Christ

This list is what I based part of my novel, Jesus and John on. I selected only the healing and medical Miracles that Jesus could have done without divine assistance, but by years of medical and healing training with the Essenes. 37 Miracles of Jesus # Miracle Matthew Mark Luke John 1 Jesus Turns Water into Wine 2:1-11 2 Jesus Heals an Official’s Son 4:43-54 3 Jesus Drives Out an Evil Spirit 1:21-27 4:31-36 4 Jesus Heals Peter’s Mother-in-Law 8:14-15 1:29-31 4:38-39 5 Jesus Heals Many Sick at Evening 8:16-17 1:32-34 4:40-41 6 First Miraculous Catch of Fish 5:1-11 7 … Continue reading 37 Miracles of Jesus Christ

The Tale of the Templar Squire

Everyone knows who the Templar Knights were and how they came to ruin. This story is told from the viewpoint of a small boy who begins as a Page in the service of the Grand Master of the Templars Jacque de Molay. The story takes place on the island of Cyprus where the Templars and the Hospitalizers have their headquarters. After several defeats Jacque de Molay goes to France seeking support and funds only to be betrayed by the French King who is broke and wants to seize the Templar treasure. The Page and several close friends of de Molay … Continue reading The Tale of the Templar Squire

Sister Angelina CIA Nun

Sister Angelina is my newest project soon to be published this fall and also in TV script format for a pilot series on TV. Sister Angelina is a Nun who has breast cancer and upon returning to the USA for treatment, she begins to question her vocation as a Nun. She can speak Swahili, French, and English and has 15 year of teaching experience in the Congo and Burundi. She is the perfect candidate for the CIA and the Vatican Holy See to place undercover in the Kamenge Convent in Burundi to discover how three Nuns were brutally murdered in … Continue reading Sister Angelina CIA Nun

Sister Angelina CIA Nun

Sister Angelina CIA Nun is a story about a real murder of three Nuns in Burundi in September 2014. The fictional part of the story is how the Vatican Holy See contacts the CIA for a political favor in sending an agent to investigate these brutal murders of three Nuns. The CIA finds and hires a Nun from the Sisters of Charity in New York who had served 15 years in the Congo and Burundi and could speak Swahili, French, and English. Sister Angelina came back to the United States after discovering she had breast cancer. While being treated for … Continue reading Sister Angelina CIA Nun