Author Archives: Philip Newman

About Philip Newman

Senior Concorde Flight Engineer Retired, Philip Newman, writes in support of sustainable energy technologies. His extensive travels in the Pacific, Antarctic, and tropical rainforests, his love of a good story, and his conviction that the Ancients were sophisticated solar technologists, all contribute to his series of novels about Meira, a green super-heroine.

Headwaters

Recent reports from a Chinese research team identifies the origins of the Indus, the life-blood river that runs almost the length of Pakistan, lie on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plain high in the Himalayas. In that same region, Greater Himalaya, the origins … Continue reading

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The Wind Just Changed

From the balcony where I sit to write I can see the wave patterns on the sea and the bend and sway of the palms along the shore. Until yesterday the drift was left to right, then the wind changed, … Continue reading

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Looking Back

Posted on 17th June, 2011 by Meira.   In his book, Secrets of the Sun Sects, Christopher Jordan tells us that ancient Sun cultures did not actually worship the Sun: they simply used it. The worshiping apparently came much later: … Continue reading

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