the end of evil
After a third short visit to the United States, in 1988, Michael moved permanently to the Bay Area in late 1989. Thereafter, for ten solid years, he studied film, philosophy and esoteric subjects intensely, eventually leading to his first television and radio appearances in 1998.
Raised in Belfast, Northern Ireland, during the height of the “Troubles,” Michael began his revisionist studies by analyzing subliminal images in pop videos, billboards and magazine ad copy. He also began studying criminology and satanic cults after a spate of bizarre ritualistic murders occurred in Belfast in the mid-1970s.
After twice visiting the United States in the early eighties, Michael ventured out into the field to make a close study of Ireland’s numerous ancient cyclopean ruins and megalithic sites. This research proved invaluable and provided him with clear evidence of a “hidden hand” at work behind academia, religion and the socio-political world. His interest in Ireland’s past was chiefly inspired, in 1978, by the music of Andy Irvine and by Irish artist Jim Fitzpatrick, author of the outstanding Book of Conquests. Jim has since complimented Michael on his works.
Brought up by staunchly Marxist parents, Michael became intimately aware of the fraud of Socialism from an early age. He was also convinced that the story of the First and Second World Wars had been utterly misconstrued by the media. The calculated destruction of Celtic, Germanic and Nordic culture remains a central interest.Picture
Through his association with the Paul Solomon Foundation and his own world-renowned grandfather, Tara Singh, Michael witnessed at close hand key figures and orgs in the “New Age Movement,” and was able to see not only the movement’s occult underpinnings but its ability to create specific forms of delusion and magical child syndrome in those who blindly follow most Eastern and New Age precepts and personalities.
After a third short visit to the United States, in 1988, Michael moved permanently to the Bay Area in late 1989. Thereafter, for ten solid years, he studied film, philosophy and esoteric subjects intensely, eventually leading to his first television and radio appearances in 1998. That same year he created his first website, taroscopes.com, which featured his Taroscopic Mystery School. The website and online school are dedicated to the research and advancement of the four great Hermetic arts, and accepts members from all parts of the globe.
Michael’s tutorials in the Divination Arts began in 1997 in the San Francisco Bay Area. These weekly in-person classes on his Taroscopic System continued after his move to Seattle in 2001. Classes in the Washington area continued for three years. During these years, Michael also gave many public talks at conferences and other venues throughout the West Coast. As other projects demanded attention, his Astrology and Tarot classes moved exclusively online.
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