Author: Daniel

Pilgrim’s Business

Here’s why I submitted the suggestion Cass Business School be renamed Pilgrim’s Business School: The school is located opposite Bunhill Fields, where two of Britain’s greatest men are laid to rest: William Blake and John Bunyan. Both were visionaries and are still celebrated despite this secular era, and whose work echoes throughout the City today. Many of you would have…

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Titans in Africa

Few anticipated the waves made by the undersubscribed bout fought in Los Angeles on December 1st. Some did – the inner circles of team Wilder and team Fury, and those who pay attention to be afforded a glimpse of destiny. The sporting world is now catching up with a drama that has been building for years. Some would say the…

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General Election

“…Hush, don’t speak. When you spit your venom, keep it shut I hate it. When you hiss, and preach, about your new messiah ’cause your theories catch fire. I can’t find your silver lining. I don’t mean to judge. But when you read your speech, it’s tiring. Enough is enough… The United Kingdom continues to accumulate feelings of frustration. In the face of trends set out…

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Summer Lecture

Having been asked to give a lecture at the Temporary Temples Crop Circle Conference 2014 I delivered a talk titled Some Powerful Hand Unseen. Here’s the transcript: Time. Time has being used against us. Today’s a significant day. Saturday 26th July is the first day of the Mayan New Year. To be known as the year of the Red Solar Moon. Which…

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Egyptian Equinox

Moonlit mists drifted westward before we ducked beneath to preside over Cairo, the fabled ‘encampment of Mars.’ The place buzzed with jarring sensation akin to phasing electricity trying to make a stable connection over-and-over again. We made our transfer to the hotel in the back of cab from where we peered sidewards. The spontaneity of every moment was eye-opening. There were…

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