About the Site
Launched in November 2010, this web site contains a historical compilation of personal articles and blogs written by myself, between between 2004 and 2011, on various subjects including psychology, NLP, philosophy, social anthropology, religion, spirituality, esoteric symbolism and occultism.
The NLP and Psychology articles grew out of a series of blogs I wrote from 2004 to 2006. I have attempted to integrate psychological models, theories, and approaches from famous authors, both academics and life coaches alike, such as Anthony Robbins, Richard Bandler, John Grinder, John Gray, Taylor Hartman, Eric Berne, Abraham Maslow, William Glasser, Gavin DeBecker, Paul McKenna and John Cleese. I have also included some of my own ideas and observations on a variety of issues.
The articles on religion, esotericism and occult philosophy were written between 2008 and 2010 during my 'transitional' phase (see below): an examination of the historical roots of Christianity and Gnosticism, debunking non-Biblical concepts present in contemporary Christian culture, and an overview and analysis of Left Hand Path occultic philosophy and esoteric symbolism. Subsequent re-editing involved the removal of bias and factual errors.
About the Author
I'm Fabian Dee and I live in the UK. From my mid teens onwards, I was into anarchism and hardcore punk, which morphed into cannabis smoking, psychedelics, the jungle and festival scenes, and superficially, the occult. I started developing a strong interest in Chinese martial arts, oriental medicine and psychology from the age of 19 or so.
After 10 years of psychological addiction to cannabis, and several failed attempts at stopping for more than a month or two, I became an evangelical Christian and finally quit in 1995. I synthesised my ideas and rudimentary understanding of NLP and psychology with my own Christian faith. I always felt an outsider in the various congregations I joined, and I lacked spiritual confidence.
After heavy emersion in the Christian conspiracy internet scene from 2004 to 2008, I started engaging in religious and esoteric studies, which gradually changed my relationship with and view of God. I later became an agnostic.