Wednesday 6 March 2013


Hi again just before kicking off into the NDE, kicking off maybe not a good description?  From a respected and great honest man. I did have correspondence with the late Dr Willis Harman and Dr Mitchell when they formed The Institute of Noetic Sciences now

Dr Edgar Mitchell  Astronaut giving evidence about UFO and ET.


I was born on the 7th November 1938 at 22.10 hrs at the City Road Hospital near Bow, making me a cockney, the hospital was bombed during the 2nd World War.  I was conceived in Anthill Road Bow and both these places were near to the Blackwall Tunnel.

The Blackwall Tunnel is a pair of road tunnels underneath the River Thames in east London, linking the London Borough of Tower Hamlets with the Royal Borough of Greenwich, and part of the A102 road

I was born into the Jewish Faith and this was later to save my life.

Many families were evacuated to the country side to escape the bombing. For a short while we were in Tebay in West Moreland a small farming community, now as picture depicts built into a service station and few of the original cottages left, I visited some 30 years back and found some elderly folk who remembered my family and baby me.

The Construction of the M6 motorway. The old village is underneath and was demolished, however I found some of the old cottages and the farm house where we stayed.

Our stay there was not pleasant, I fell out of a window, my mother was sick, my Dad was agitated, and my Brother had trouble with the local ladies. I do not know what made us move back, I suspect my family wanted to be among Jewish people and so we were moved to High Wycombe Buckinghamshire, where the was a small synagogue and and Jewish Community.

One day my dearest beautiful late Mother took me for a pram walk, in one of those old prams.  The pram plays a most important role in the NDE build-up.  The nearest I could find to depict this is below.

The pram did have a seat and two straps that went across my lap, I am not sure it there was a chest one. I was constantly rubbing the right hand strap against the iron body, I remember a thin piece of metal that harnessed the strap.

My mum used to take us over the 'rec'[recreation ground] near to our house and across the road, down a lane and into the park/fields, and go round and come back by the river, which had banks like a canal and and a small waterfall. This walk was in winter and in latish November and apparently bitter cold. My mum had been a brilliant swimmer[I am not] and was a robust women.

The top photo is me at the age of 5 and half and the one below the recreational Ground with the river at top and Fryers Lane to  right leading down from the house.

Anyway, as we came near to the waterfall I leaned to the left and the strap broke and I fell out into the freezing cold water and floated out to the middle. I somehow dog paddled to the bank where a passer by and my mother pulled me out.  A few yards more and I would have drowned going down the waterfall.

It took nearly 45 minutes to get home and I was shivering cold. This went onto be a severe cold and eventually congestion of the lungs, pleurisy, and then pneumonia. I was put on some awful tablets named M and B.  

Sulfapyridine, original UK spelling sulphapyridine, is a sulfonamide antibacterial. At one time it was commonly referred to as M&B.
Sulfapyridine is not prescribed for treatment in humans any more. However, it may be used to treat linear IgA Disease. It is a goodantibacterial drug, but its water solubility is very pH dependent. Thus there is a risk of crystallization within the bladder or urethra, which could lead to pain or blockage.
Discovered by May & Baker Ltd and logged in their Test Book on 2 November 1937 under Code No M&B693.[1] Successfully used to treat Winston Churchill's bacterial pneumonia in 1942. In a subsequent radio broadcast he said "This admirable M&B from which I did not suffer any inconvenience, was used at the earliest moment and, after a week's fever, the intruders were repulsed." In 1944 M&B693also saved Nero, the Royal Circus lion, from pneumonia.[Glasgow Evening News January 1944.]
The drug sulfasalazine is structurally one molecule of mesalamine linked to one molecule of sulfapyridine with an azo bond.

M & B 693 was one of the first generation of sulphonamide antibiotics, It has been reported as the first chemical cure for pneumonia. It could either be taken in tablet form or the powder could be placed in wounds. It was used so widely during the Second World War that May & Baker had difficulty keeping up with demand. It was later largely superseded by penicillin and sulphonamides.

On a Friday night November 20 1942 I was clinically pronounced dead by a Doctor Thomson and Young.  They wanted a post mortem done but my mother  said it was the Jewish Sabbath and it would have to wait until Sunday the 22nd.  In the Jewish Faith the day starts at dusk.

I was then taken to the morgue at High Wycombe General Hospital.  I was in the morgue from 19.30 Friday 20 November 1942 till awakening at 10.00 am Sunday 22nd November 1942. A person was saying prayers in Hebrew and when I awoke, he was startled to say the least. He called the doctors and I was saved from a post mortem and burial by half and hour.

Going up the drive you can see a lower and upper Bay Window.
This is where I passed away, at the bottom window which  was my mother and fathers bedroom. The address 200 West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe, Bucks.

I lay in the bed, hot and sad and as I stared at the wall of the house opposite me[which housed a family named the Benyon's] I felt as if I was going up the wall, and then went slowly out into space.  There was not a tunnel as in many NDE accounts. I had not a body and was a free awareness so to speak.  I perceived lights like stars and shapes like planets all in an inky, jet black stark blackness, there was a massive Bright light and I knew if I went into this there is no coming back, coming back to where?  Then a torso and bust of a figure appeared, like a black and white picture, he had a round face with a black beard and looked very ordinary.  I heard him say  My name is Joseph.  He indicated to me to look down, as I had no body where was down, however it seemed to appear, and I saw a ball blue, green and white. I knew I had to go back to this ball, I really wanted to go into the light.

The ball was turning slowly and I remember counter clockwise, reluctantly I began to go towards it,slowly at first then really speeding, it got larger and larger, and gigantic, then I impacted with it and awoke in a cold dark place and banged, and was let out of the box which was in the morgue.

Several things to mention, I did not know what this ball was until early space flights in late 50's and early 60's, I realised I had seen the Earth from deep space as it were in 1942, I kept doing drawings and was told it was a dream I had and I had been very ill. I was telepathic until the age of 9. I used to say 'why is that grown ups think one thing and say another'. I could and still  'see' auras.  I used to sit in trees and watch wild life.  The other kids thought me weird.  I was a sickly and not a healthy child and for a while after the NDE I was a thin as a rake.  By the way my Hebrew name is Yosef ben Moshe Mordecai . Joseph the son of Moses Mordecai.

e many other World War II-era bombers, the B-29 remained in service long after the war ended, with a few even being employed as flying television transmitters for the Stratovision company. The B-29 served in various roles throughout the 1950s. The Royal Air Force flew the B-29 and used the name Washington for the type, replacing them in 1953 with the

The next part involved an American Airman named Joe.  The Americans came to Booker Aerodrome near our house and as they had not built billets for them the villagers were asked to temporarily house them.  Joe's dad had been in the USA merchant navy and studied Ju Jitsu at Dojo [exercise hall] which was run by Zen Buddhists Monks.  On seeing me so pale and skinny he started to teach me Ju Jitsu and Za Zen [meditation Zen Style], also we put down mattresses and the Benyon Kids and the Bragg's boys from the other side joined in. My mum sewed together two pyjamas to make a Jitsuogi. [suit].  This Dojo was in the garage behind the house, the garden was huge, with many fruit trees and a orchard

You can just about see the garage behind me on bike.

 A little side track. During the war a famous band arose from the USA and conductor Glen Miller, he gave his last performance at High Wycombe Guildhall.

Alton Glenn Miller (March 1, 1904 – missing in action[1] December 15, 1944) was an American big band musician, arranger, composer, and bandleader in the swing era. He was one of the best-selling recording artists from 1939 to 1943, leading one of the best known big bands. Miller's notable recordings include "In the Mood", "Moonlight Serenade", "Pennsylvania 6-5000", "Chattanooga Choo Choo", "A String of Pearls", "At Last", "(I've Got a Gal In) Kalamazoo", "American Patrol", "Tuxedo Junction", and "Little Brown Jug".[2]While he was traveling to entertain U.S. troops in France during World War II, Glenn Miller's aircraft disappeared in bad weather over the English Channel.
James Stewart the Actor took the par Of Glen Miller in the Hollywood film of his life.

Birth nameAlton Glenn Miller
BornMarch 1, 1904
ClarindaIowa, United States
DiedDecember 15, 1944 (aged 40)
Plane missing over the English Channel
GenresSwing musicbig band
OccupationsBandleader, Musician, Arranger, Composer
Years active1923–1944
Associated actsGlenn Miller OrchestraBeryl Davis

Guild Hall High Wycombe  Bucks.

There is a piece of history which is notorious regarding this area. There is a church with a Golden Ball on top of the spire.
It is West Wycombe church and has caves one can visit or could that housed the infamous ' Hell Fire Club'.  

The Hellfire Club was a name for several exclusive clubs for high society rakes established in Britain and Ireland in the 18th century, and was more formally or cautiously known as the Order of the Friars of St. Francis of Wycombe.[1] These clubs were rumoured to be the meeting places of "persons of quality"[2] who wished to take part in immoral acts, and the members were often very involved in politics. Neither the activities nor membership of the club are easy to ascertain.[3][4]
The first Hellfire Club was founded in London in 1719, by Philip, Duke of Wharton and a handful of other high society friends.[5] The most infamous club associated with the name was established in England by Sir Francis Dashwood,[6] and met irregularly from around 1749 to around 1760, and possibly up until 1766.[7] In its later years, the Hellfire was closely associated with Brooks's, established in 1764. Other clubs using the name "Hellfire Club" were set up throughout the 18th century. Most of these clubs were set up in Ireland after Wharton's were dispelled.[8]
The club motto was Fais ce que tu voudras (Do what thou wilt), a philosophy of life associated with François Rabelais' fictional abbey atThélème[7][9] and later used by Aleister Crowley.

 Golden Ball on top of spire at Church.

Hell fire caves under church

Ah well folks thanks for sticking with this.  I like the tea room bit, it all seems so cosy, you know they have had over 2 million visitors. A bit of sleaze attracts many, not much has changed with today's politicians and celebrities. There used to be a large monument of a huge penis outside and the poor mill girls from up north were faced with that before the people's went in for their shenanigans.

This experience of the NDE has shaped my life and is the clearest memory etched into my brain as it were.  I gave up all religions having tried everyone in some form or other. I am regarded by some as a kosher Buddhist and by others as non religious Jew and a deserter. It is the inspiration to keep on going on and to welcome the return to that 'space' when the call comes to travel back home. Do I fear Death? No. Maybe I fear living in pain and a slow horrible ending. Yet all things are transient and even that passes with the passage of time.  And time well another blog sometime on that.

Well I trust you enjoyed the journey and wish you well and thank you . Be Well.  Geoff. 


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