Remembrance Day and Afghanistan

  1. Can you share a little bit about your experience in the Canadian military (what regiment you were with, how you got involved, where you served, anything else you are comfortable sharing – for example, I think you’re writing a book about your experiences?). 

I was part of the Battle Group in Afghanistan during Operation Athena from 2009-2010. I’d been a reservist with The Royal Westminster Regiment in New Westminster but was hired by 1 PPCLI Regular Forces in Edmonton. There were a few of us reservists attached to the Battle Group. My role overseas was as a rifleman and to carry a bomb jammer to block remote-controlled explosive devices. This sometimes put me in dangerous situations. Continue reading

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Brother XII: A Canadian Cult Leader’s Use of Black Magic

Brother XII

Much has been written about Brother Twelve – Canada’s infamous cult leader of the 1920s and 1930s. He was, after all, the charismatic leader of the Aquarian Foundation and later the leader of a similar offshoot group as well. Edward Arthur Wilson – as Brother Twelve was legally named – would swindle hundreds of thousands of dollars from his most faithful followers. In the end, however, they would rise up against him, and a battle would ensue involving legal proceedings, “psychic attacks,” “black magic”, protective First Nations magic, and attacks conducted by discarnate spirits. This war would be waged in the courtrooms and upon the soil of Vancouver Island, but also on the spiritual planes, as well. In the end, Brother Twelve would flee the field with his closest of confidants – Madame Zee – but he would still ultimately perish on the run. Even the facts surrounding his death, however, have been contested to this day. While the following article may sound a little fantastic, it’s important to remember that according to sources, all of the people involved actually believed that these events were real…

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