Robert’s books are the product of his passion his for cosmology, biological anthropology, psychology, and health.  With a sincere belief in the adage that our past defines or future, Robert’s literary expression is a reflection of his enthusiasm for history, and how it has impacted and helped shape our lives, and will continue to impact the lives of generations to come. Having renounced his Christian religion as a teenager in favor of a profound belief in the natural order of the universe, he became increasingly interested in why people are drawn to religious faith; the foundation for their chosen faith; and why there exists such disparate divisions in belief among those who proclaim denominational superiority.

Serving in the Royal Australian Navy during the Malaya Emergency, Robert became a veteran before his nineteenth birthday. For his military service and his subsequent years in law enforcement he was awarded a total of five medals. Following his graduation from Palmer College in Davenport, Iowa, in 1978 with a degree of Doctor of Chiropractic, Robert was admitted as a Diplomate of the United States National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. In addition to studying Nutrition, Health & Counseling Psychology, and Human Development, he undertook a one-year residency in Bone & Joint Radiology. A former Assistant Director of the Palmer Public Clinic, Robert also served on the faculties of Palmer College-West, and Los Angeles College of Chiropractic.