Tuesday, March 21, 2017

#HearTheWatchmen 2017 Dallas

HEAR THE WATCHMEN 2017 in Dallas  March 31-April 2 at the Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Conference Center.



Surprisingly absent is STEVE QUAYLE. ( http://www.stevequayle.com/ )

I have offered all the of the speakers who hold Twitter accounts free copies of THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG or THE BOOKS OF OG, ENOCH AND THE GIANTS.

LA Marzulli ( http://lamarzulli.net/ ) is probably the top of my list who would get the most out of it.

If you are attending the HEAR THE WATCHMEN 2017 in Dallas TX and would like a copy of either THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG or THE BOOKS OF OG, ENOCH AND THE GIANTS, please find me on my TWITTER account and make a request.


The LOST BOOK OF KING OG fits right into the Genesis 6 Giants era. It is a scholarly tome that features the transcribed words of KING OG OF BASHAN, the Rephaim giant.


This is about all I have left to say on the subject. If you have questions, please contact FATHER MARTIN, he is the source of this translation and the current marketing push. 
( http://www.nephilimwerewolf.com/ )

I am back to finishing off my novel THE GONTEEKWA.

In Darkness,


Saturday, March 18, 2017

The Book of Og

When I first heard Father Martin say this, I thought it was a little much.
However, as I have looked around for a similar level of blasphemy, I could find none.

So how a priest such as Father Martin can one moment call THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG a "super-blasphemy" and then next say that the book is "inspired" is really beyond me.

In fact, it betrays an even deeper level of blasphemy that I ever knew was possible.

There will be more on this subject soon.

The BOOKS OF OG, ENOCH AND THE GIANTS available here. 

In darkness,



There is a debate afoot.

Are the verses of THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG inspired?

Father Martin has an opinion that agrees with the above marquee. However, as far as I can tell, Father Martin no longer calls himself a practicing Catholic or Christian.

There will be more on this subject. Father Martin has several essays on the subject. He has informed me that they will be going up on his website.

In darkness,



Wednesday, March 15, 2017



I must say that this publishing deal has really taken it out of my friend Father Martin.

The translation of THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG has driven him very close to madness as far as I can tell. His new philosophy of the "sanctuary of fear" grates on my nerves. His paranoia is limitless. Our conversations are constantly interrupted by his paroxysms of fright in one way or another. The man is a bundle of wrong nervous energy.

THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG and a possibly supernatural experience outside of his translation duties have driven him to this point. He gets into it a little in his website. I took his key essay, "Satan's Work is Done" and I have added it as an Afterword to the verses of King Og. I felt it was necessary, because in all truth, the book opened an avenue which in turn attempted to break Father Martin's spirit. I could go on, and this whole paragraph is really an aside. I suppose the truth is that once Father Martin and I were very close. Now I see him drifting away, into an odd, fear-based insanity.

What has happened though, is that Father Martin and I were able to communicate solidly enough to get THE BOOKS OF OG, ENOCH AND THE GIANTS to press.

Father Martin argued for this specific volume, and he specifically asked that the first 36 chapters of THE BOOK OF ENOCH and that the Manichean BOOK OF THE GIANTS be included.

I argued that the BOOK OF JASHER should be included. Father Martin scoffed, informing me that the 5 versions that are available aren't the genuine text that is referenced in the Bible. Father Martin made it clear that he wanted only real documents in this tome.

As I questioned the presentation of the first 36 chapters of the BOOK OF ENOCH, he silenced me by summoning the logic of the HOLY SPIRIT. Father Martin believes that the BOOK OF ENOCH is inspired by the HOLY SPIRIT. He believes this because in the Book of JUDE, two of the 25 verses are dedicated to THE BOOK OF ENOCH.

Father Martin and I argued for days about this point. I am of the position that if the HOLY SPIRIT inspired anything, it was probably only what JUDE transcribed in his short epistle. FATHER MARTIN feels that the verses in JUDE are in place to illuminate what the BOOK OF ENOCH had to say. Father Martin also makes a compelling argument that this is why the Manichean BOOK OF GIANTS is also included in this volume. The BOOK OF GIANTS features the very same Enoch, by the way.

Now I am no Jesuit priest, like my struggling translator friend. I have let Father Martin have his way with the production, and in the end, the book is great. In fact, I feel it is one of the most important religious books released in this young century.

THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG is available here.


The notes on the assembly of THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG are here.

FATHER MARTIN writes his musings here (there isn't much, because of his travel schedule and basic fear of computers).

I plan on releasing my werewolf novel THE GONTEEKWA sometime in July. You can find sample chapters here.

In darkness,


Monday, February 27, 2017


If you have been following the saga of my never ending disagreements with Father Martin, then you are in for a miracle. Somehow we got it together and finally published


Keep Father Martin in your prayers. This fear thing he is going through has aged him severely. I truly hope that under all of his shuddering and fidgeting that he finds peace. Chaos has become his lover, so to speak.

When I do manage to cut through all of his whispery, twitchy angst over the phone the message is clear to me - he has gone mad. Father Martin has taken on too much of a mental burden with The Lost Book of King Og and the subsequent attack he suffered though. His perception of reality has been twisted to the point of snapping. Yet he still manages to function within society. I have even joked with him, saying that "Unhinged Priest" sounds like the perfect name for a PG-13 horror film starring him. No, it didn't go over well, but that's what friends do. They poke and prod and try to help.
 He wants none of it. The man has gone full-sourpuss.

I still call Father Martin a close friend. I don't know where I would be in life without him. The man has given me some great advice over the years. In fact, he is probably the only man that truly understands why I myself fell away from the faith. As I watch the man suffer under wave after wave of self-inflicted fear, I wish that he too, would give up his faith and engage his spiritual enemies differently.

I felt it was best that I take his "Satan's Work is Done" essay offline and throw it in the Lost Book of King Og as an afterward. I figure that if people read it directly after reading King Og's verses, that they will get it best then. For a man to literally embrace the sensation of fear as his own Christ, this is an abomination on the deepest level. Yet when faced with the weakness of the name of Jesus and the lack of power of his blood, Father Martin felt he had no choice. He embraced that which saved him in the end, he embraced fear.

I could go on, but I'll stop.

We're Published!


Feb - 2017

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Father Martin's Insanity

When dealing with forbidden texts and questions close to your heart of hearts, there can come a breaking point.

The real-time processing of Nephilim, Rephaim, werewolves and a general re-interpretation of the flood myth would be enough to throw anyone over I suppose. Especially if you're a Jesuit.

I believe that is what Father Martin is experiencing.

While I am thankful for all of the Gonteekwa and King Og insight that he has given me, there is going to have to be a break in our communication.

His musings, and his latest Vatican reveals will be at his website NephilimWerewolf.com

I will always have a deep respect for the man.



Wednesday, August 24, 2016

The Cosmic Egg of Fnark - By Philip Kindred Dick

It's kind of a relief to just throw that title, THE COSMIC EGG OF FNARK out there.

Let me re-tell you what I told you back here with some more details.

When I graduated from the University of Victoria in 1996, the gift that my father gave me was huge.

He'd mentioned for years that he'd collaborated with Philip K Dick on something, but never mentioned what. I'd asked him more and more over time as I studied Dick's work and bumped BLADE RUNNER up to one of my all-time favorite moves.

[I am going to call BS on Dick though. That quote of his "It is just as I imagined it!" as he watched some dailies of Ridley Scott's BLADE RUNNER has got to be a bald-faced lie. DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP does not even come close to the tone that SCOTT set. But hey, I guess it's subjective.]

So my father sent me his only copy of THE COSMIC EGG OF FNARK. In the satchel of papers that I received, there is a publishing contract, and a note from DICK's himself suggesting directions to go in.

Now I don't know exactly what my father went through with this thing, but he never landed the fish. There were no notes of his additions to the thing, it was all DICK's words.

The advice my Dad gave me was to "take a run at it." His take on it was that this was a big exercise. That there was talent of my own to sharpen. I asked him regularly what format he saw me producing it in. His response was to just start writing.

At the time I was working as a secretary at a real estate office. On-shift I pieced together a re-telling of the 26 page treatment through the eyes of a much younger man. Its nothing I'm proud of. I never let it see the light of day and parked the thing.

There have been opportunities and paroxysms of interest over the years, but nothing interesting.

A few years ago, I wound out clocking a lot of time with the TALKING MAGPIES. Those guys know how to write and have comprehension of plot and nuance that I appreciate. In fact, the draft that we wrote is one that I am proud of.

However, as we loaded up the war machine to get it published or into the hands of someone who really cares about ushering DICK's hidden writings into some sort of media form, stuff got wonky.

We got a lawyer on the job. We looking into copyright law and rights. The whole time we were pinging the DICK estate nonstop to see if they were interested in it on any level. My ultimate thought had always been that the kids of PKD would want to know something about their old man that they might not have known before. I'm left to consider that pre-production for Amazon's THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE was in full-swing and they couldn't be bothered.

I have just come off of a 3 week braintrust with the Magpies again, trying to lock the story down sans DICK. We like the work that we have done. The window-dressing around the spine of the plot is stuff that makes me excited. Its some of the best sci-fi I have dealt with in awhile. I know that I am biased because it is my own (combined with the Magpies') writing, but I'm telling you, the ramp-up that we do to the story is enough to keep you on the edge of your seat. We ramp up the mystery and the chaos up until the 3rd act, and then the revelation of the FNARK is made known.

Here is where I am finally at: The spine of plot in THE COSMIC EGG OF FNARK is corroded. What PKD originally presented was a twisting, convoluted story that ultimately questions the value of human life and immortality.  In fact, a lot of what he was wrestling with in DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP is present. However, that corroded spine isn't strong enough for the muscle that we want to hang on the limbs. That corroded spine is the last of DICK's DNA in the project, but it doesn't really hold up. Also, I find that with all of the shackles of the copyright lawyers, its hard to smooth over some of the sutures that we have done with the plot.

We're tossing in the towel.

We have a cooler story we're working on anydamnways. One that touches on such grand subjects such as immortality and infanticide. Its much truer and closer to the zeitgeist than THE COSMIC EGG OF FNARK.

So for all of you who surfed in here based on the title of this blog, yes, its true. There is another PKD manuscript out there and I have it. The MAGPIES have a copy of it too. That's it. We really tried to get it out, but we couldn't do it. The story captivates my imagination, but without the DICK estate involved, its dead in the water.

I have to bring it all back to my old man (who died in 2007). I followed my marching orders. I did in fact "take a run at it." I know he would have liked what we did. He also would have liked the TALKING MAGPIES as well. At the end of the day, this project was a salute to the old man. I feel I did right by him.