Ewan Lillicii is a Las Vegas philosopher, political enthusiast and writer with a first-hand style of writing that stays with you until last call. Among his heroes are Henry Miller, Hunter Thompson, Warren Zevon and the Scarlet Woman. Getting into enough trouble to claim street knowledge and doing enough good to look in the eye of anyone. He's an author with a wealth of stories garnered from a lifetime of finding himself in unique situations. Ewan is a writer who dares to tell the most truth that his readers can handle while crafting fictionalized dramas that you simply cannot put down. His first book, Sile Smithwich, is a story of emergence from intense grief to effortless joy while coming to an awareness of psychological projection of love for his ex-girlfriend Kelly.
His next offering, Kelly Yvonne, is a tale of supernatural adventure in a desperate search to find Kelly in the hot and shadowy corners of Las Vegas. Kelly Yvonne is a short-story prelude to Island, Book 2 of the Perennial Martyr Ã¢â‚¬â€œ a 3-book series. Perennial Martyr chronicles their journey from shallow lovers torn apart by destiny and bad behavior to a team of two friends sharing a single focus on their road to a brand new life. Book 1: MuÃƒÂ±eca is available in March on Amazon.com
Areas of Expertise
Philosophy - Metaphysics, Philosophy - Political philosophy, Monetary Policy, Economics - reality based
An idea worth spreading
The correct metaphor of Sacred Geometry is not a fractal design. Instead, think of a fractal as a metaphor for the "geometry" portion. Geometry is symmetry - math, science. The "Sacred" aspect is asymmetry - intention, choice, options, chance. A better metaphor would be a fractal image with unique and non-repeating patterns of color, texture, size and shape.
I'm passionate about
Philosophy, art, story structure, sacred geometry, D'jinn, scarlet woman, politics, social architecture, metaphors as behavior modification
Talk to me about
Politics, monetary policy, gold standard
People don't know I'm good at
Understanding and separating details of our life from the structure on which they are supported, in reflection of Sacred Geometry.
My TED story
I first discovered TED in 2009 while working for Sun Microsystems which graciously hosted the event for us live. As someone keen on the Institute of Noetic Sciences I found the talks to be amazing works of artful thought.