This is a very personal autobiography, an Orwellian journey of self discovery, rebirth, love and friendship in the face of appalling psychological and psychic battles. Except this is the real 1984. It is a story of intrigue, illusion, psycho-ops and astral surveillance that has great relevance to contemporary events. There is a mysterious but convenient death of a government scientist and the murder of activists amid evidence of secret service involvement. The action comes thick and fast with the high drama of the Greenpeace protest on Big Ben and shades of a Masonic conspiracy that sank the Rainbow Warrior. Peter brings to bear his undoubted credentials as a rational scientist and his insight into dark and hidden worlds borne of his yogic training with the mahavatar Babaji. After reading his story you many never look at conspiratorial worlds of politics, nuclear technology and the environment in the same way again. It you are a scientist, you may never look at reality in quite the same way either.
In 1984 Peter Taylor worked as an internationally respected biologist specialising in marine radioactive pollution. As an independent scientist he was appointed to the British government's Holliday Commission and acted as researched adviser to the Department of the Environment's radioactive waste programme. At the same time he actively represented Greenpeace at International Conventions for the protection of the oceans. He has published widely in science journals, and was regularly interviewed by press and TV. Behind the scenes, as a yogic initiator, he acted as teacher and guide to many people awakening to a contemporary spiritual path.