As a young boy living in England, where I was born, I was always interested in the supernatural. At such an early age it was mostly ghost stories as most young boys are attracted to, but after moving to South Africa with my parents, at the age of twelve years I discovered the books of Lobsang Rampa in the local library and got completely engrossed in reading and learning about the methods of astral travel, telephathy, ESP, and much more. The years continued on and I added more and more knowledge to my young brain. I can attest to the fact that knowledge is addictive.
In my late teens I became involved in the Methodist Church, to the point where I was considering and planning on becoming a Minister. This however was not the plan for me, and due to circumstances, I moved away from the structure of a conventional Church, and continued on my way into the Occult.
My actual practice into all things Magical began in 1995, so the road has been long and interesting. During the past sixteen years I have studied and practiced a variety of religions, paths and traditions. Some of them include Wicca, British Traditional Witchcraft and Anglo-Saxon Heathenry (my roots cry out to me in this regard), Ceremonial and Ritual Magick, Chaos Magick, Kabbalah, Nagualism, and so much more. Although I have taken from all to form my own personal path, the main influences are Traditional Witchcraft, Chaos Magick and Daemonolatry.
Because of my diverse background, I find that a lot of comparative work takes place in my writing. I like to find bridges between different religions and traditions and build those bridges to find the larger picture that is being presented. It is my belief that all religions are correct to some degree, all holding pieces of the puzzle, or keys to the doors that when put together, will form the entire truth of the Cosmos. It is up to us to find those keys and start to unlock the doors to reach a higher awareness.