The Nature Of God by Archie Crawford
Discover the exciting truth about The Nature of God based on ancient wisdom and modern science: Where you go at and after death, what it is like, and much more.
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About the Author
Archie was born in Glasgow, Scotland on the 22nd April 1922 where he lived for 21 years before being drafted into the British Army in August 1943. In 1944 he was shipped out to India, Burma (now Myanmar), Malaya (now Malaysia) and other countries in the Far East. He took part in the invasion of Malaya landing via a landing barge on the Moreb beaches located on the West Coast of that country. He was "Mentioned in a Dispatch for distinguished service" for his actions in setting up ship-to-shore VHF communications during the invasion and for installing and maintaining a technically advanced secret digital radio link from Singapore city to the town of Changi on Singapore island. Digital communications was virtually unknown at that time. He left Singapore for home in August 1946 after the war with Japan was over.
After two more years as a telecommunications technician in Glasgow he was promoted to engineer and went to work in London, England. In 1954 he took a post in Nigeria, West Africa for two years where he single handedly, planned and built VHF radio links in the bush, including constructing one 100 foot and two 150 foot towers. The next two years he spent in Lagos, Nigeria where he was in charge of a major workshop with some 50 Nigerian staff. His main work there was design of telecommunications equipment and development and technical support for all telecommunications equipment in that country. Following this he was hired by Nigerian Railways as a Senior engineer to take charge of its telecommunications network which operated over 2,500 miles of railway track covering all regions of the country. He had 11 expatriate staff and his Nigerian staff numbered over twohundred.
In 1961 Archie was hired by the United Nations and went to Egypt for four years during which time he solved a major problem at Cairo airport where for the two previous years planes were frequently diverted to Beirut. Promotion for this work saw him working on an island on the river Nile just off Cairo called Zamalek where the Egyptian Government, in a consortium with the United Nations, was building a multi-million dollar international training institute. He designed the various laboratories for this school and built them using local Egyptian staff.
From Egypt he was hired in 1965 by the major Canadian telecommunications company presently called Northern Telecom. He was engaged in the company's marketing department and carried out numerous marketing activities. Transferring to RCA Canada in 1972 he continued with defining marketing strategies for that company. In 1978 he moved to Teleglobe, Canada where he went back to engineering. In this company he was deeply involved for nine years in the planning of trans-oceanic submarine cable and global satellite systems.
He retired in 1987 and now lives in Montreal, Canada where he pursues his lifelong interest in spiritual matters resulting in the publication of this, his second book. His first book, Spreading the Light: Meaningful Answers to Spiritual Questions, is also available from Trafford Publishing.