The Tin Trumpet: Or, Heads and Tails for the Wise and Waggish

D. Appleton
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D. Appleton
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Dec 31, 1859
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262
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Description This e book is about my experiences and what I have seen through my extensive counselling and therapy as I translate in a language that many can understand my experiences as I come out of the shock from a great war of my conscience that was fought over a period of 32 years for the right just to live a normal life, free from the control of society, governments and satanic inspired people who wanted to create in me a new species, devoid of all the godly values that Christ bestow on mankind when he died on the cross and rose from the dead to eternal life. Both spiritual and natural. It is about my discoveries as being considered the vile, because of my mental illness, in a affluent society that only consider the poor as commerce to be sold and bought, to fight their wars and die without living. Mostly in America and how the normal community treated me as an individual. It shows how many people just wanted to experiment on me as their guinea pig so that in the world of commerce they would be able to use my spiritual knowledge to fool many into believing that they are wise. It shows what those who believe in the humanist theory that we evolved from apes and life just happened without a reason that has led to so many wars as mankind is no longer held accountable for their actions and so to bring peace we as the more advance nations send troops to foreign lands to kill in the image of making a better world. About the Author Horace Smith at the age of ten was sodomised by a paedophile ring that existed in the black Jamaican church, in a satanic ritual service to gain power over his soul, which is quite common in the Jamaican and African religious communities, here in London in the 70s. This tragic event led to severe mental health problems that has existed in Horace's life for 32 years to date. It was in 1991 that on his return back to London and after seeing a consultant at SLAM he was diagnosed wit paranoid schizophrenia and hearing voices and seeing delusions, but with the help of treatment and medication, Horace is able to live a near normal life.
DescriptionThis book looks at culture being one of the greatest causes of ill health, and our affinity to it. Culture is a set pattern learnt by a group of people. If we look at Hitler and the Nazis, they had a culture based on a pattern, and that was to conquer the world. So did the Roman Empire. Culture is based on a set of rules that support an idea that is long dead. More people are breaking away from their ancestral routes. For instance most Asian cultures. Young women are now beginning to look outside their culture for lifetime partners, sometimes meeting the resistance of their families.However, there is some irony in this book. This book shows that the sane are insane with their animalistic behaviour. While Peter is struggling to break free from his ancestral routes, he thinks of himself as white as he was growing up, which spared him from all the tragedies that black men went through. He uses the white television heroes as his teachers. Eventually Peter breaks free from his ancestral routes to live his life.About the AuthorBorn in 1964, Smith suffered sexual and psychological abuse as a small child at the hands of his local church minister. Struggling to cope with the effects this had on him and being bombarded with religious and bullying abuse he developed schizophrenia at the age of 15. Smith has, despite all the odds, worked hard to regain control of his life by taking on board the advice of his counsellor. He has travelled and worked and his life is now taking an up turn. We are proud to be publishing his first two books and hope there are many more to come.
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