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Zendor the Barbarian - Part Deux: An Adoptee's Quest for Identity - a new millennial myth about harmony among people and planet. Paperback – November 11, 2011
From the Back Cover
Do you believe in extraterrestrials? Do you believe they could be living here on Earth now? What if you were one and didn't know it? What if the more you learned about yourself, the more your life became a complete mystery? What if you had an insatiable curiosity about extraterrestrials, only to find out you are a human hybrid or an extraterrestrial yourself? What would you do? In whom would you confide? How would you resolve the challenges in belief systems that were threatened by your mere existence? Would you remain sane? Zendor the Barbarian is a fictional story about an adoptee [ET] searching for identity and bridging science and spirituality in the process. His life unfolds as his curiosity builds, with things not quite adding up along the way. Zendor the Barbarian wields a sharp intellect and insatiable quest for understanding the weird stuff that happens to him as he questions the nature of reality and his place in it. He's told early that his 'mission' is to facilitate a new world order, one of harmony among people and planet. His interactions with extraterrestrials, spiritual beings, nature spirits and human beings imbue his quest with an ever-expanding perspective of natural order. How does he do it? You'll love how the subtle details evolve.
About the Author
Orphaned and adopted young, Bruce began having experiences of apparent extraterrestrial origin at 8, witnessing his trips to an orange cigar-shaped cloud on a monthly basis and at 18, had a out of body experience beyond the near-death type that gave his life direction and purpose.
In the summer of 1988 after asking the proverbial question, "Who am I?" internally he was answered externally with, "You are Zendor." 'Zen' became his moniker during production of a television show a couple of years later called One World.
Dudley Lynch, author of Strategy of a Dolphin and Mother of All Minds offers, "I consider Zen to be one of those superlative examples of what the human brain can store and serve up in unique and appealing ways at will on most any occasion or assignment. To say his range of knowledge and interests are "eclectic" is engaging in understatement. And this is what makes his services as a "possibilities coagulator" for his clients so valuable and exciting."
He served as Web Director, Conference Chair and President-Elect for the Phoenix chapter of the American Society for Training and Development; Coordinator for the Phoenix Institute of Noetic Sciences community; and is a member of the American Counseling Association, International Association of Facilitators and World Futures Society.
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