Simon grew up in a family that had links to British and American intelligence.

Simon's mother worked for Mi5, however while she was managed by mi5 she was in reality

working for the NSA.

 

Simons Grandfather was employed by the Secret Intelligence Service, better known as Mi6

in reality he was reporting to the CIA. Simons Grandfather was also a British Diplomat, holding the position of

Vice Consul and then Consul of the British Embassy in Pondicherry (Puducherry) India.

While in India he was awarded the OBE and CBE medals and turned down a Knighthood.

In 1936 he was one of - The Wise Men of Twelve - or called The Jury of twelve - who voted on the question

regarding King Edward VIII and if the King should be removed regarding Special Branches uncovering of a Nazi

plot to infiltrate the King. ( had nothing to do with wanting to marry a divorcee).

Over a secure teleprinter link he was asked in code . should the King go. or should he stay?

Grandfather voted .GO.

 

Simons mother raised him herself never re marrying. - from around 1965 until her death in 1979 she worked on secret

documents - which were printed in German and came from the British and American quarters of the then divided Berlin.

The documents related to crashed ufo's which had been retrieved by American forces and were sent for back - engineering

to operation paperclip German scientists.

During this period and before and after Simon had ufo experiences him self.

 

Simons mother died in suspicious circumstances in 1979 when she asked to be released from the work.

There after Simon received £2,000 which was pushed through his door in an envelope - with a note " Don't Look back

Dick Whittington" and with this Simon re-located to London.

 

In 2010 Simon went public with his experiences, and predictably was verbally attacked and ridiculed by the main stream media.

In 2013 Simon was invited to a tour of a space radar base in North Yorkshire, with a group of 20 serving and retired military.

Simon was the only civilian in the group - at the end of which he was given a commemorative

medal/coin - a limited edition of only 500 world wide celebrating 50 years of the USAF being based in North Yorkshire. It is number 86.

No one else in the group were given one.

This visit was a game changer - suddenly the British media stopped hounding him......

Simon went on to establish Connecting Consciousness a free to join organisation dedicated to raising peoples awareness

within a spiritual context.

Today the organisation operates in many countries and has thousands of members