The Blood Tears of Jesus

To my amazing Christian friends in the UK.

A few months ago you asked about Book Two of the “God’s Mysterious Tower”  Series. I am happy to report it is finished! I guarantee you a fantastic spiritual journey. Release date: March 4, 2016. Here is an excerpt.

The Blood Tears of Jesus

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My objective in this book, and really all books that I write, is to expand the reader’s perspective and force him or her to look deeper into the issue at hand.

I write a great deal about spiritual anomalies. The old preachers taught us that the Bible was infallible. In fact, there are multiple errors and contradictions. The Dead Sea Scrolls have forced theologians to quietly rewrite the old King James version. We know somewhere out there in a dark cave or hidden tomb, there are more discoveries to come. But a Bible in constant overhaul is a difficult proposition for most Christians. It’s easier to remain in the comfort of a familiar truth than to embrace a new truth that cancels out the old one. Columbus discovered America. I learned that in high school. I don’t want to hear about the Vikings who came two or three hundred years before Columbus got here.

Look at II Chronicles 9:25 and then at I Kings 4:26. Was it forty thousand or four thousand? And before you seek the answer in the Jewish history archives, you must make a critical decision. Are you seeking spiritual knowledge outside the 66-book Protestant canon? Didn’t your pastor tell you NOT to seek spiritual knowledge outside of the Bible?

This is where I want to take my readers, to a high mountain where glaciers of misinformation melt beneath their feet and profound spiritual truths fall upon their heads like rain. Book 1 did it. Book 2 will go even further.


Seven hours into the flight to the Republic of Benin, Marcellus sat down in the seat next to me and gently shook my forearm. I had dozed off into an ethereal dream-scape where vast meadows of bright red flowers hid me from the giants. The flowers had mouths and sang heavenly songs, a specific song that inundated the fields with glistening raindrops of crimson and gold and made the flowers grow until the giants became dwarfs beneath their foliage.

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Behold, these are the blood tears of Jesus that rain down upon us, a flower told me. They will subdue your enemies and wash away the stain of suffering for all ages to come.

I wanted to stay there amidst the singing flowers and glistening red rain. But the ground started to shake in another world and pulled me away.

 Read the Prologue  – Here:

Read Book One Here

The Fake Signer at Mandela’s Funeral

It’s unfortunate that so much attention was paid to the fake signer at Mandela’s funeral, one of the greatest leaders of our time. But such is the current cynical nature of humankind. Our minds are prepped for disaster, a complex way of thinking and filtering that dominates our frontal lobe and enhances our ability to get through the uncertainty of each day. It’s like a shield of negativity that protects us from the worst case scenario by preparing us to expect it and then through the repetition of saying it and hearing it, dilutes its sting.


So we don’t talk so much about President Obama’s historic inauguration but rather we focus on Beyonce’s lip sync; not about some dying cancer patient getting treatment, but rather the healthcare website going down; not about the great catch in the final seconds of the Superbowl, but rather Janet Jackson’s breast falling out.

Although it seems like a scene taken straight out of Psych, the elevated discussion of the fake signer is part of a complex mitigation process attached to our society’s ability to cope with constant uncertainty. It’s how we have learned to survive, by bringing it up, beating it down and slowly transforming it into today’s normality.