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Peter is a philosopher, seer and geomancer, who gives teaching and training in the core truths of the Western wisdom traditions, and conducts geocosmological pilgrimages, educational tours and mystery schools in special landscapes of the world.

 

 

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Second-Seeing Shakespeare

On April 6th 2020 my new book ‘Second-Seeing Shakespeare’ will be published as an eBook. It will be available via Amazon and other booksellers, including BookBaby, whom we have used to publish the eBook. The book will be available as AZW (Kindle) and EPub files, and on BookBaby also as a PDF file, for $9.99.

Second-Seeing Shakespeare
 
The book is a Sherlockian investigation, designed to lead the reader on a step-by-step uncovering of clues hiding in plain sight which show that the prima facie evidence suggesting that William Shakspeare of Stratford-upon-Avon wrote the Shakespeare works is not what it seems. Instead, it is a double-truth showing a very different authorship, and the involvement of a philanthropic secret society dedicated to the enlightenment and good of all humanity. It is a great Shakespeare treasure trail, which reveals an esoteric wisdom, secrets kept for centuries and truths with the potential to turn everything around so that a better and more enlightened world might ensue.

Sweet Swan of Avon

This title is applied specifically to Shakespeare. There is far more to this than meets the eye, and part of that mystery is associated with Stratford-upon-Avon and its position in the landscape zodiac of Britain - a landscape zodiac known to the Celts and later the 16th/17th century Rosicrucians, with whom Shakespeare was involved. I and my wife Sarah and my friends are focusing more and more on this great Sweet Swan of Avon centre, which corresponds in the heavens to the star Deneb in the constellation of Cygnus - a key focus of ceativity and enlightenment. See the FBRT website for details of the events we are running there.

 
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