Bruce, Robert S. 1955-

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BRUCE, Robert S. 1955-


Born July 2, 1955, in London, Surrey, England; son of Robert (a mechanical engineer) and Wynnifred (a writer; maiden name, Priest) Bruce; divorced; children: Benjamin Paul, Robert Jesse, James Connor, Kathlene Margaret. Ethnicity: "Australian." Politics: "Citizen of Planet Earth." Religion: "Hermetic mystic." Hobbies and other interests: Cooking, fishing, camping, scuba diving, teaching, fiction writing, "deep thinking."


Agent—c/o Author Mail, Hampton Roads Publishing Co., 1125 Stoney Ridge Rd., Charlottesville, VA 22902. E-mail—[email protected].


Writer and workshop presenter.


Astral Dynamics: A New Approach to Out-of-Body Experience, Hampton Roads Publishing Co. (Charlottesville, VA), 1999.

Practical Psychic Self-Defense: Understanding and Surviving Unseen Influences, Hampton Roads Publishing Co. (Charlottesville, VA), 2002.

(With C. E. Lindgren) Capturing the Aura, Blue Dolphin, 2002.

Author of short stories and poetry.


Mastering Astral Projection: A 90-Day Guide to Out-of-Body Experience, with Brian Mercer, publication by Llewellyn Worldwide Publications expected 2004; research on Kundalini dynamics, "romancing the eye," new energy ways, astral missions, advanced astral dynamics, advanced psychic self-defense, and matters beyond belief.


Robert S. Bruce described himself as "a mystic and hands-on metaphysical researcher who has provided a free consulting service to the global Internet community since 1992." He told CA: "For over twenty-five years I have been active in researching the mechanics, energetics, and dynamics of all things considered paranormal—especially out of body experiences, the human energy body, Kundalini, clairvoyance, healing, and psychic self-defense matters, including exorcism. My Web site, carries a great deal of my written work, including tutorials, short stories, and poetry, all of which are free for reading or downloading."


ONLINE, (May 9, 2003).

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