Family and Forgiveness by Papa Francisco

Given that this is a site dedicated to family, since The Conjunction of the Realms is written mainly for families, I considered this text appropriate because it holds within it an answer for all families of the earth. I’m not a Catholic but certain principles transcend walls and are universal. When I found the text, it was […]
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Two new trailers for The Conjunction of the Realms (Part One)

It has been a while since I last posted, but the reason for the lack of communication is acceptable. In January of this year I started publishing a magazine exclusively on the iPad called LIVING HEALTH Magazine and concurrently attended an Advanced Cinematography Workshop, which required that I participate in various full-day shoots. It was a tremendous experience […]
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Creating Unforgettable Family Moments

It has been a while since I last posted a blog here. With so much happening, I have only found time to work on new projects (two of them related to THE CONJUNCTION OF THE REALMS) and study for my new Advanced Cinematography class. Today, however, this trend changes and I would like to introduce […]
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With Imagination You Could Create Worlds Unseen…

Remember when you were a kid and thought you could fight the darkest monsters or simply fly over a pristine lake? With your imagination you could create worlds unseen and visit them whenever you wanted. But then you grew up. And the worlds you so deliberately crafted disappeared in the past. That is, until now. […]
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“The Vesuvius Escapade” Coming in 2014

In “The Conjunction of the Realms (Part One),” Maureen Cardoso is the Kingsley’s youngest daughter. As a child, she dreamt of being a scientist; she followed current discoveries and was fascinated by DNA sequencing, molecular structures, and genomes. By age ten, she had memorized the periodic table of chemical elements. In spite of her scientific […]
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The Mysteries of Easter Island

In “The Conjunction of the Realms (Part One)” Grandpa Kingsley and others make a trip to Easter Island with the purpose of investigating a murder. From Northern Ireland to Easter Island. What is the connection? And why? To answer properly, one must first understand that there is no distance in the world of imagination, where […]
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Who Were The Enlightened Writers?

In the book “The Conjunction of the Realms (Part One)” I make mention of a war that took place in the realm of imagination first, but it then permeated into the realm of man. Various kids who have read the book, asked me if I could elaborate on this war and explain in more detail […]
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Positive feedback all the way from Germany!

I wanted to share a positive feedback for “The Conjunction of the Realms (Part One)” from Hanni, a native German who lives in Munich: “It truly amazed me to read such a positive book about love and family, and it seems to make one dreaming… Normally I don’t read fantasy so I don’t have much […]
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O Boto Cor-de-Rosa (The Pink Dolphin)

The pink dolphins are not cartoon characters nor are they to be compared with pink elephants. Well, they can be cartoon characters. In “The Conjunction of the Realms (Part One)” the pink dolphins play a huge part in helping transport the humans to the world of imagination, but in the case of Paulo Cardoso or […]
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The “Hobbit” in Real Life

(or in the case of “The Conjunction of the Realms, Part One” could it be “Laddy” in real life?) Another one of Paulo Cardoso’s documentaries: the archaeological discovery of a very small humanoid-type, possibly a contemporary of humans, but supposedly now extinct. Or perhaps they are visible only with the mind’s eye. Homo floresiensis (“Flores […]
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