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Remember Oliver 'Bobby' Jobson?

 

     

Bobby now

 

When did you attend at Priory?

1954-1961

 

Who were your most unforgettable teachers?

They were all very good but Mrs. Earle. was my favourite. She never gave us a break and was strict as ever.

 

Who were your best friends at Priory?

Ricky Vyse, Tony Rerrie, John McNaught (deceased). Jeffrey Wilcox. John McFarlane. Van Martin.

       

Who are you in touch with now?

Ricky Vyse et al.

 

 Who would you like to trace if we could?

Katherine Hill. Myfanwy Morgan. Sarah Bell.

 

 What's the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?

You don't want to know!!

 

Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?

That's to embarrassing to mention.

 

Where do you live and what do you do now?

I am an Inspirational Lecturer and Author of the book: Expanding The Boundaries Of Self Beyond The Limit Of Traditional Thought Discovering The Magic Within. ISBN: 0976498804.

 

Raised a Roman Catholic and wanting to become a priest, Jobson questioned the teachings of his religion, which seemed divisive, intimidating and discriminating toward humanity. Such factors, he believed, had led to many wars fought in the guise of "my God is better than your God." This zeal seemed to be the direct opposite of what Jobson’s psychic memories revealed.

 

Disillusioned, he was propelled into a lifelong search and study for truth and the nature of “GOD”. He traveled the world extensively, researching the different philosophies, cultures, religions and languages of various faiths. In his travels he interviewed academics, clairvoyants, mystics, astrologers, gurus, rabbis, priests, imams and other spiritual persons, dedicating his efforts to the research and study of the essence of life.

 

As he ventured into the veiled realms —ontology, theosophy, eastern philosophy, religion, Kabbalah, metaphysics, UFOs and psychic phenomena —Jobson’s odyssey took him through a learning process of experiences. In this book he presents an hypothesis revealing who we are, why we are born and what our duty in this life is. For readers interested in expanding awareness, he shares a path to enlightenment that will enable each one to reach their greatest human potential.

 

A certified hypnotist, the author has intuitively counselled others since the age of nineteen. He continues to guide those who seek his assistance, nationally and internationally, from personal sessions and class presentations to academic and spiritual groups and organizations in the USA, Britain, Europe and India. His thought-provoking technique challenges participants to look within.  He is a published poet who has received awards for his poetry, a few of which are pertinent to this volume, and was listed in the International Society of Poets Who’s Who. He has been interviewed on a number of radio programs regarding his philosophy.

 

His formal education began in Jamaica, where he attended the internationally accredited Priory School and Munro College. In 1967 he graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, UK, receiving the Queen’s Commission as an Officer; he retired from the service in 1976 as a battle group commander.

  

Jobson’s skills extend to the entrepreneurial world, taking him into a range of venues, including developing a table sauce formula, acting as an executive producer of spiritual and pop music and holding directorships on various boards, among them an international procurement company exporting US manufactured commercial and industrial goods and services. His interests and hobbies have included martial arts, skydiving, soccer, boxing and travel.

 

His newly published book is more than a spiritual odyssey―it is a self-improvement tool.

source:- http://www.oliverjobson.com/

 

 

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Very good indeed.

 

  

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