The Battle of the Archangels stimulates men and women who want to know aspects of the afterlife and enjoy reading an imaginative and astounding story that gives enlightenment, action, and an unusual reading experience. Help understand in a fictional and scientific role the complexities of the quantum essence that is contained within our biological computer: the brain. Only men or women with an ‘open’ mind should read …………….
Robin G Howard, a widower and Yorkshire man, lives in Margate,UK with his mad energetic daughter, a pathetic pension, a crashing computer, and scary rent and energy bills.
He writes a different kind of science fiction his genre slightly blurred with fantasy, supernatural experiences and a touch of the paranormal. Key events in his life lead him to believe that there is more to our existence than is known. Shown in his writing are the ingenious and surreal effects that propel the reader via his protagonist, Jim Long into advanced landscapes and situations. Just after he was born in August 1939, the Doctor advised his mother to have him christened, as he may not last more than a few days. Fortunately, the Doctor was wrong by at least 72 years! His father an officer in the Fleet Air Arm went missing on a flight in April (presumed dead) when Robin was only 18 months old. In August, the makeshift aircraft carrier that he served on was destroyed leaving only three survivors.
Into his life came the era of the 1940's/ 50's, a rich era of adventure and imagination on the silver screen of the cinema became an escape for two or three hours from life. The sale of comic books thrived in supernatural and science fiction fantasy. In 1952 at the age of 13, Robin invented the Jim Long space agent character forgotten until 1990 when he started to write the stories. His main love writing was shelved for a period of time in the 60's and 70's as he became part of a comedy vocal duo act.
The inventive forces of fictional writing were amplified as he grew older trying to understand who we are and what we represent. That we are genetically evolved from advanced alien life forms does not seem an unusual thesis for discussion and that God the Creator is in existence but not as we know it. These are some of the themes he touches upon in a theosophic profundity. Our planet has developed into an ever physically materially dominated world consumed by motives of self interest and thus losing much of its spirituality. One of his firm beliefs is that the creation of a fictional book from the brain of the writer is derived from their imaginative processes and ethereal transmissions from the astral. He does not see the realms of the astral but aware if its existence by scenic perception through channelling, experiencing the mood, feeling and emotions rather than a visual encounter.
In Soulgate-temple of souls (2006) he wrote of a dreadful worldly financial collapse and in Divine Fanaticism (2010) the advent of a terrorist backpack atomic bomb.
In his new publication Battle of the Archangels (2012) the realms of the astral are explored in depth showing the different environments encountered in the out-of-body afterlife. He explores the meaning of life and God and differences between the Archangels with some in disagreement as to their purpose. The author leaves a mischievous trail of disruption as Jim tries to come to terms with the unchartered domains of ethereal and metaphysical worlds and the surprising final outcome.