Saturday, November 12, 2005

This Web Log is long overdue for updating.

My thoughts were to a large extent elsewhere than Blogs for much of 2004 as my mother was terminally ill in Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Buckinghamshire, from the end of June until 11th October. From then onwards, apart from sorting out the estate, mostly, almost entirely, done by my brother as he is retired, I have been more concerned with surviving and putting up a larger collection of interconnected Web Sites.

There was a development in June 2005 when I recorded a contribution for a Discovery Channel Programme on predicting the future, with Barbara Ford-Hammond of Alton, Hampshire. Filming was mostly in Blenheim Gardens, Denvilles, Havant with my house becoming a television studio for many hours. More details of that are on my Business Web Site ( under “Press Release” (

Hopefully that will break the logjam I find myself in.

To be heard in Havant, Hampshire, UK, (as well as the County as a whole, to some extent) you have, it would seem, to resort to the Internet and have sufficiently unusual connections to be of interest to an International Television Company.

In order to develop business of immense value to Havant, Hampshire and the South of England generally I am not only having to go out of Hampshire but, in many ways, out of the Country.

Welcome to what passes for democracy and representation in Havant.

You can easily find me by entering “Richard King, Havant”, “Richard King, Engineer”, or “Richard King, Healer”, in an Internet search, especially non-Google for the greatest number of results; as long as you remember my name “Lorelei, Legend” or Loreleis Links” will also do. Thereafter, you can find all my Web Sites from any one of them.

One outcome of those months through the summer of 2004 was a series of pre-death experiences totaling thirty to fifty hours depending on definitions, how they are counted, etc. Some of those are recounted on my Richards Psychic Realm Web Site (, I know of no one who has had that much, though only some of the less demanding ones are recounted on the Web until my family becomes more acclimatized to such matters.

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