About Me

Kenneth J. M. MacLean has a B.A. in Political science and a B.S. in Computer Science. He is the author of 8 published books and 4 eBooks, over 70 published articles, and three educational movies. Ken has been studying science and metaphysics for decades, in an attempt to explain the untimely death of his mother from leukemia at the age of 29. Ken is a freelance writer and researcher, a website designer, and a book editor. He is interested in geometry and has written a textbook describing important 3 dimensional solids called polyhedra.

An accomplished editor with experience in creative writing, academic witting, and technical manuals, Ken has been editing professionally for over 15 years. For more information, go to MacLean Editing Services

Ken has not lived in an ivory tower. For 25 years he owned a contracting business in which he met people from all walks of life. From these experiences Ken learned how to relate to the poor and the rich, the uneducated and university professors, and people from different cultures and religions. Ken has learned that the common denominator of all human beings is a divine presence that transcends cultural and religious backgrounds. This understanding is reflected in all of his work.

“True love is empowering people to see their greater potential” is Ken's favorite quote, from John Payne.

Ken has been happily married for almost 40 years to Jennifer, and lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan with their 2 cats.

9 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Dear Ken,
    Only very seldomly I find (and experience) peoples´ thougts and ideas that are so convincing as yours. Many thanks for explaining the simplicity of complexity.

  2. John Berg

    Thank you for writing.
    You have explained many of my thoughts and speculations very convincingly, and I will be back for more.


  3. Silvie

    Dear Ken

    I was meditating today and the thought of Oneness came to my mind. I thought about how amazing to realise that the billions of living creatures on earth are actually connected to one core gravity of the Mother Earth. One Sun and One Moon lit up the entire Universe, bright in the day and sombre in the night. How we are all breathing and sharing One Air. And I began searching for the connectivity across the Universe, the vibrational energy we are all emitting and affecting one way or another the world is today. And magically I stumbled on your articles and blogs that blown my mind away. I just want to say thank you so much for writing and sharing. Your knowledge and insights are inspiring for the quest in creating a better world to live in. Hope you'll keep up the good spirit and help us learn. Light & Love to you always.

  4. aidawedo

    I like your blog, please keep writing, it is very enjoyable.

    In the early twentieth century, certain masters/enlightened beings predicted that what we call "mysticism" and "science" would merge together some time in the next hundred years. We are seeing this happen now with the great expansion of consciousness that is occurring across all realms, systems, institutions. Of course, much has to be released in order to usher in the new ways of thinking, the new tools and technologies, the Lightbodies.

    We have so very much support for our mission. We are reassured that it is *not possible* to do our ascension "wrong!"


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  7. tim sharpe

    In your book when talking about the Dodecahedron, you state that it is structurally unsound. Could you provide me with a reference that explains this more? Cubes and rectangular prisms are also structurally unsound, but people make houses out of them all of the time.



  8. Tim Sharpe

    I need an answer for my question of Feb 5 2020 please. If you could just provide a reference for what you stated in the book "A Geometric Analysis of the Platonic Solids and Other Semi-Regular Polyhedra" 2nd edition, page 88, I'd appreciate it.

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