Saturday, February 28, 2009



In an interview with John Demartini, from THE SECRET, John said that the biggest impediment to using the LAW OF ATTRACTION, is that we give over our power to what we perceive is a "higher moral authority." This moral authority is the CHURCH and all of its dogma. You know: you are not worthy of happiness; your are all sinners; the poor shall inherit the earth; life is meant to be one of pain and suffering unless you follow our dogma.

Well, I beg to differ. Both Brian Doe and I expose a lot of this dogma in the first two books of the WAKING GOD TRILOGY: BOOK I THE JOURNEY BEGINS and now THE SACRED ROTA: BOOK II, which has just been released by LITERARY ROAD PRESS! (

WAKING GOD BOOK II: THE SACRED ROTA opens doors that many would prefer stay closed. Continuing with the fast paced action of Book I, humanity is beset with growing problems reminiscent of the ancient Biblical plagues. The battle between the Archangel Michael and Mantrella (a.k.a. Lucifer) intensifies as conception of the Old Testament’s Adam becomes a certainty. The rise to power of the UN’s David Dajjal, a puppet of Michael’s, sets the stage for world domination by the Bilderberg Group. New information is revealed about the Tarot Code, the blueprint for man’s future spiritual and physical evolution, and the role of the church’s Sacred Rota in the epic conspiracy to keep humanity in ignorance and ancient institutions in power. Will the hidden god seed in our DNA be activated with Adam’s birth or will secret powers maintain their domination of our destiny?

It is within the first two books of the trilogy that religion is exposed for the demon that it is. We see the LAW OF ATTRACTION at work, but for others, not for you. Why can't you manifest your heart's desires? Perhaps it is because you have given control of your life over to those who seek to dominate and control under the guise of promises of life everlasting.

“I read Waking God II The Sacred Rota, by Brian L Doe and Philip F Harris. This is a sequel to Waking God, published in 2006, or really a continuation of a three part story. It is a science fantasy theological thriller, odd as that combination may seem to be. The final battle is developing, and while they do argue theology, there are also people getting killed wholesale as the several themes slowly integrate. I am agnostic, with no belief in the supernatural, but as before, I found portions of the discussion more interesting than the action. Here's when Lucifer harangues an Archangel: “You create demons and false hopes of redemption. You build them mighty temples and give with one hand and slaughter with the other. You have kept them separate and ignorant and give just enough to raise empty hopes. You destroy their prophets and burn their seers. If they question, you put them to the rack and crush all semblance of free thought. You give them a doctrine of poverty and offer riches in your fantasy heaven. Kill in the name of god and your treasure shall be immeasurable. You divide them and thus conquer them, and tell them they have no responsibility but to be good sheep and to follow your demented dictates.” This strikes me as an apt description of global religion. I was intrigued by the Tarot discussion, because I did some research there, thirty years ago, when writing Tarot and devising my own 100 card Animation Tarot deck, because the established decks are clearly incomplete. I conjecture that one author in this collaboration knows how to write, and the other knows his occult lore, because they clearly have done their Tarot homework. So this is a novel worth reading, but it will help to have an open mind. I fault it for developing serious characters who may then be thrown away, or suddenly having new significant characters for whom there was no prior reference. (But it turned out I had forgotten that one of those was in the prior novel. That will be clarified in the published edition of this one.) So I think it needs better overall organization, but there is nevertheless much here that you probably won't find in the tacitly expurgated traditional press.” PIERS ANTHONY

If you are totally happy and all of your life desires are manifest, do not read this book! But, if you are lacking fulfillment and are seeking to gain control over your life, THE SACRED ROTA is an eye opener.

The Sacred Rota: Waking God Book Two

Brian L. Doe & Philip F. Harris

Print ISBN 1-934037-49-2

Saturday, February 7, 2009


Anyone who has ever built or remodeled a house knows that the right tools for the job makes things go a lot easier. Currently, we are in the process of re-building our economy, politics, social life and even the very nature of our spirituality. The old structures and dogmas are in decay and are, in fact, terminally ill. Many are looking for guidance and news ways of doing things. From worn out health care systems to worn out religions, humanity is on a quest – willing to explore the new and the innovative. As society entered the Age of Reason and the Industrial Revolution, a great deal of ancient wisdom was lost and ignored; we through our spirituality out with the ‘bath water.’ If it was ancient, it was relegated to the abyss of must caves. Times are definitely changing. Google the Law of Attraction and almost 10, 000,000 web sites emerge.

It has been said that “all that is hidden shall be revealed.” Today, from Oprah to Larry King and just about every useful talk show, those who are willing to guide humanity into a Great Awakening are emerging. Books, videos, guest speakers, teleseminars, webinars, YouTube, social networks and the internet are the new outlets for this growing resurgence, and perhaps insurgent, wave of spirituality. Everything is evolving at a rapid pace and one tool that will help you keep pace is a new magazine called, VOICES OF THE ANGELS. No, this is not a religious magazine.

Voice of the Magazine - A magazine for multi-dimensional living is a quarterly publication whose mission is to provide people with tools for self-empowerment. They present articles, cutting edge information and products for helping people get beyond current perceptions, perspectives, belief in limitations, and for moving forward on the path to mind, body, and spirit oneness and enlightenment.

In our Spring, 2009 issue they present information on such topics as "Nostradamus and the Tarot Code" by Philip Harris, "Your Soul's Plan - Did You Plan Your Life Before Birth?" by Robert Schwartz, "Beyond the Law of Attraction - What No One is Telling You," and "What is Multi-Dimensional Living" by Dyan Garris. And we find out why chakra balance is so important to manifesting and virtually everything we do. They explore small space living with Jay Shafer who has made an art form out of living happily and efficiently in less than 100 square feet. They delve into crystal healing with Ashley Dalke and we discover the beauty and effectiveness of Vogel healing tools with Ann Churchman.

While other similar magazines focus on self-improvement from a mind-body perspective, and barely scratch the surface of incorporating the spirit into our daily lives, this one takes everything several steps further with the approach of helping people live as integrated, whole human beings. It's no longer enough to "improve." The editor says, “We must empower ourselves as we move forward into ascension. It's time to fully integrate into expanded consciousness.”
So who are the Angels behind the voices?

For many years Dyan Garris has been counseling clients in order to help them move forward in their lives. She is clairvoyant, clairaudient, and clairsentient. In addition, Dyan is also what is known as a voice recognition psychic and trance channel. Throughout her career she has taught many people how to use the power of the energy contained in their chakras to unblock the energy field, and use the techniques of integrative healing to unlock their potential and transform themselves into the best they can be. She is the creator of a Spiritual Toolbox™ full of tools for people to use for multi-dimensional living and transformational, integrative healing. She is author of several books and "Voice of the Angels - A Healing Journey Spiritual Cards." Ms. Garris is a #1 charting New Age musician and composed a series of CDs for Automatic Chakra Balance™, relaxation, help in sleeping, and vibrational attunement of mind, body, and spirit. Garris is a frequent radio guest and is the author of numerous articles on manifesting and self-empowerment. Dyan was featured on the cover of "Self-Improvement Magazine" in their December/January issue. More information: Media inquiries: Nikki Leigh. Music promotion: Ed Bonk. Please note: Ms. Garris also provides Manifesting Therapy.

Ann Churchman has over 15 years of experience as a counselor utilizing numerous healing modalities. She has extensive training with children, adolescents, and families in a variety of treatment settings. Her educational background is in Clinical Psychology and more recently, her training has focused on a spiritual approach to helping others. Ann's true aspiration in life is to help others through her career as Editor for Voice of the Magazine. Ann offers Angel Readings where she will channel your team of angels and share the loving messages your angels wish for you to hear.

There are many more contributors to the Voices so you are urged to go to their web site for more details. The following URL will also give you a YouTube synopsis of the magazine: . In March, the first hard copy of the magazine will be issued and will hit many New Age/ Spiritual stores. Add this magazine to your growing arsenal of tolls as we re-build the world.


Thursday, February 5, 2009


Nature provides us with many lessons that we all too often overlook or ignore. Take a newly created pond. While initially almost lifeless, it soon becomes the home for millions of bacteria and one celled organism. Water loving plant seeds arrive on the winds of a spring breeze. Frogs find it a haven for their eggs. Bird droppings add more life. Almost miraculously small fish appear. Insects begin to thrive and their eggs add to the pond’s foods supply. Mammals come to quench their thirst and take up nearby residence. Soon predators arrive and a system of checks and balances develops that keep populations under control. All becomes interdependent and the eco-system thrives through diversity.

This stable and thriving eco-system is then visited by a new predator-one with no natural enemy. It soon begins to devour the larger of the pond’s inhabitants. Smaller populations then begin to grow and overcrowd the system. Competition for food leads to a system in distress and the extinction of smaller organisms. The food chain is disrupted and other organisms begin to die out. Scavengers disappear and carcasses once consumed become the home of disease. The system collapses and the once bountiful pond becomes stagnant and putrid. The new predator moves on to its next pond.

Biological diversity keeps the natural environment healthy and thriving and this is a major lesson that should be embraced and studied by economic and political leaders. While anti-trust laws fought some of the early abuses of the Industrial Revolution, later generations found the need to add occupational safety, child labor, consumer protection, and regulatory legislation to combat the growing power of the business elite. In other words, efforts were made to abate the abuses of the economic pond’s major predator. The problem is that those who were being regulated found the way to become the regulator. The growing complexity of the financial systems meant that those being regulated had to advise those who sought to reign in the power of the few. It is clear, that the small fish in the economic pond where losing their battle to maintain a healthy and balanced eco (nomic)-diversity.

Once thriving small town banks were devoured larger financial institutions and small town stores were gobbled up by the ‘mall’. The economic predator grew in size feeding off of the small fry’s and smaller economic species began to die off. The new predator got so large that not a single aspect of society was beyond its grasp. It consumed politicians, the media, social reformists, medicine, literature and foreign policies. It even managed to take over the production of currency and secreted a deadly virus called credit. But like all predators that consume its eco-system, they were destined to collapse the system. This is what we now call the ‘financial crisis.’

The eco (nomic)-system in which this predator lives now borders on extinction. The odd thing is, the prey on which it feeds has grown so accustomed to its presence that it is now offering up sacrifices in the hope of staving off the inevitable. It is feeding it more food, money, and helping it consolidate its power. It is devouring its own offspring, growing even larger, and spelling certain destruction of the system in which it flourished. It has nearly totally eliminated any competitor and yet it still desires to consume even more. In order to survive, the world needs to restore eco (nomic)-diversity. The world, to restore balance, needs more than one bank; more than one oil company; more than one store to shop in; more than one form of energy; and, more than one producer of food. The monopolies are back and they are using our money to grow even bigger.

In order to restore eco-diversity, the notion that ‘big is better’ must be replaced by the old mantra, ‘small is beautiful.’ Smaller, diverse systems create a healthy economic environment. Does this create economies of scale? No. However, it does preserve ‘economies.’ Economic mutualism and the consolidation of perceived economic power has infected the economic organism. If one part of this organism is diseased, it infects the entire economic body and spreads like an unstoppable cancer. Anti-biotic bailouts will not work- the disease has developed immunity. The recent economic stimulus packages are like penicillin, but the diseased organism will not respond and the cure may actually increase the spread of the infection.

A plant that depletes the soil of nutrition will soon die. No amount of added water or sunlight will save its life. Farmer’s in the dust bowl learned this lesson the hard way. Our economy is a plant that has depleted its source of nourishment - the consumer. Add all of the bailouts you want to the plant, but it will still die. The soil, the consumer, needs the nourishment. Want to end the current financial crisis? Then we must fertilize the soil and diversify the plants.

Sunday, February 1, 2009


Despite all of the power of mega-corporations like Exxon, Citibank and the barons of Wall Street, they cannot turn the economy around. Despite all of the trillions of dollars that governments are pouring into bailouts, they cannot jump start the economy. All fingers are pointing to one ‘savior,’ consumer confidence.

For generations, consumers have been told, and they believed, that they were at the mercy of the rich and powerful. They created products and told the consumers it was what they needed and the consumer, like lambs led to the slaughter, followed their dictates and spent untold billions. When the cash ran out, the powerful created their own money, called credit, and enabled the consumer to spend money they did not have, thus indebting them to an endless cycle of ‘buy now, pay later.’ When the bills finally came due, the system collapsed because credit is not real money. Using what money is left in the system; governments have given billions to help Wall Street recover their losses. They have also promised billions to extend more credit to the consumer, using consumer money to cover the bill. To the surprise of economic pundits, consumers are still not spending. Why, because they lack confidence. The implications of this one simple fact are astounding.

The simple truth is this, consumers have always had the power to control the economy and their future, and they were simply convinced otherwise. Those in power knew the “Secret,” while the consumer believed that there was no secret. It was simply the way things worked. Power and money, so they were convinced, were invincible. As the consumer believed, it was given unto them. Form, followed thought and the reality created was the result of accepting the beliefs of others. Books such as THE SECRET, JESUS TAUGHT IT, TOO: THE EALY ROOTS OF THE LAW OF ATTRACTION, THE MASTER KEY SYSTEM, THINK AND GROW RICH, WAKING GOD and many others have been hammering the message of the Law of Attraction and the fundamental truth as taught by Jesus and Buddha and Mohammad and all great spiritual leaders, …”as thou hast believed, so it be done unto thee.”

So what does it mean, as implied at the Davos Economic Conference, that “consumer confidence” is the real power behind the throne? Consumer confidence is merely a state of mind in which the consumer believes that all is well. It means that the consumer believes that there is a reasonable expectation that the economic system is functioning properly; that bills will get paid; that products are worth buying; and, that they will be able to pay for purchases without any undue hardship. This is why all of the bailout will not work. Consumers are no longer confident in the system and as they believe, so it follows that the system will not work. Let’s face it, for decades consumers have bought poor quality products; products that were dangerous; products that were destroying the planet; products made for slave wages and by child labor; and, products it really did not at all need. It was foretold that “all that is hidden, will be revealed.” This prophecy is coming true as the consumer now has a clearer understanding of an economic system that has kept in financial bondage.

What does this all mean? Quite simply, the consumer can now create a new economic reality. Here is my list that will renew my consumer confidence and get me buying again:
1) Produce products that are safe and totally environmentally friendly.
2) Produce products of high quality and workmanship.
3) Produce products in which fair wages are paid for the work and which are not produced at the expense of children, woman or minorities.
4) Produce products that are necessary and truly useful and not just a bunch of junk.
5) End the practice of charging usurious interest rates for credit and stop those ridiculous fees if you are a day late.
6) Help people get caught up with bills rather than trying to drive them deeper into debt. We have forgiven billions in debt of foreign nations; why not do the same for consumers?
7) Make products that are safe and that are healthy. Stop adding addictive substances to food and chemicals that that are poisoning out children.
8) Stop brainwashing consumers with the endless barrage of misleading commercials.
9) Be honest!
This is my short list and each could be turned into a book. But what must be understood is that consumers have the power. No matter what news you listen to it should be quite evident that the words, “consumer confidence” are the key to economic recovery. However, the economic powers would like you to return to ‘business as usual.’ I do not believe that this will happen; it cannot happen if we want our children to have a planet to live on.