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Theologian, historian, and musician, Jim Willis earned his Bachelor's degree from the Eastman School of Music, and his Master’s degree from Andover Newton Theological School. An ordained minister for over 40 years, he served as an adjunct college professor and guest lecturer in comparative religion, cross-cultural studies, and contemporary spirituality. His background led to his writing 20 books on religion, the apocalypse, spirituality, and arcane or buried cultures, specializing in research bridging lost civilizations, suppressed history, and the study of earth energy, dowsing, and out-of-body experiences.

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Concern for spiritual growth in contemporary society prompted his book Faith, Trust & Belief, while his love for long-distance bicycling led him to make several cross-country bike trips and inspired his biking trilogy, Journey Home, Snapshots and Visions, and Savannah: A Bicycle Journey Through Time and Space.

Upon retirement he was determined to confront the essential spirituality that has inspired humankind since the very beginnings of time.  The result of this quest is chronicled in his books, The Dragon Awakes: Rediscovering Earth Energy, Ancient Gods and Supernatural Gods.

Recent books include Censoring God: The History of the Lost Books, from Visible Ink Press, The Quantum Akashic Field, from Findhorn/Inner Traditions, and American Cults: Cabals, Corruption, and Charismatic Leaders, also from Visible Ink Press, as well as his first work of fiction, The Wizard in the Wood: A Tale of Magic, Mystery, and Meaning.  

A frequent contributor to podcasts and radio shows both internationally and nationally, including George Noory with Coast to Coast AM, Cliff Dunning with Earth Ancients Radio, Rex Bear with The Leak Project, The Paranormal Podcast with Jim Harold, Energy Stew with Peter Roth, Rafa Martinelli, Dark Sun Rising and others.  Recent interviews are listed on Jim's YouTube channel, as well as on our Media page.


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