Hitler's Secret Order: Assassinate Einstein
Ed Metzger, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) ’58, an actor in movies and TV, feels his biggest accomplishment has been the national acclaim for his one-person show, “ALBERT EINSTEIN: The Practical Bohemian.” He has performed the show at major theaters including The Kennedy Center. Being privy to much secret information from Einstein relatives, he has completed my first book, “Hitler’s Secret Order: ASSASSINATE EINSTEIN.” He is seeking a development situation to bring this story to light.
The Path of the Reluctant Metaphysician: Stories and Practices for Troubled Times
Dr. Michael Mayer, Omega (Syracuse University) ’69, a licensed psychologist in private practice and Tai Chi teacher in the San Francisco Bay area, is the author of 20 publications on bodymind healing. His most recent Ben Franklin Award-winning book, “The Path of the Reluctant Metaphysician: Stories and Practices for Troubled Times,” tells the story of Brother Mayer’s journey from his time at Syracuse University (and at ZBT), traveling to California to become part of the mind-body health revolution, and teaching the integrative, East-West healing approach he developed at various leading edge venues including at universities, conferences and integrative medical clinics. But this book is not just an autobiographical story about Michael’s life; it is oriented to help the reader find how stories and practices of ancient and modern healing traditions can help any of us to deal with troubled times. Visit www.bodymindhealing.com.
May I Join You?
Henry (Hank) A. Klausman, Rho (University of Illinois) ’62, authored the article “May I Join You?” in American Whitewater magazine.