NEIL FREER was a generalist, futant, futurist, lecturer, author, poet, contributor to the Arlington Institute think tank; advisory board member of the www.exopolitics.org
institute. He taught college courses in Philosophy and History of Religion, gave private and public seminars and lectures and has done over three hundred radio and TV interviews.
Neil is the author of Breaking the Godspell, '87, which explores the archaeological, astronomical and genetic proof for our being a genetically engineered species and presents the ramifications of this new paradigm of human nature that resolves the Creationist-Evolutionary conflict.
In his second book, God-Games: What Do You Do Forever? he explores the ways in which we will live when, individually and collectively, we attain the unassailable integrity afforded by the restoration of our true, part alien genetic history. He outlines the racial maturity of the new planetary civilization and describes the new human.