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“Professor Wagstaff ” – who combines James Bond & Sherlock Holmes with Groucho Marx – is the code name of a freelance intelligence agent. He’s an expert on far too many things – and an all around wisecracking nudnik. Wagstaff deciphers clues only he can see as true Jungian synchronicities. After matching them up to the endless storehouse of narratives in his overloaded ...more
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Published 2012
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Janna Mashburn
Aug 13, 2012 Janna Mashburn rated it really liked it
There are no coincidences in Professor Wagstaff’s life, he believes in Jungian Synchronicities, which is defined “as is the experience of two or more events that are apparently causally unrelated or unlikely to occur together by chance, yet are experienced as occurring together in a meaningful manner.” There is a much better detailed and interesting explanation in the book for this; but you are going to have to read it to see for yourself.
Wagstaff believes the universe speaks to him through song
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Jim Berkin, originally from Rhode Island, now resides in (usually) sunny Southern California. Since sometime late in the Triassic Period, he's taught film & television, along with more history courses from nearly any era you could name on the timeline than there's room to list here. Much like one of his creations "Professor Wagstaff," he's also a gourmet cook, sports fan, pop culture ...more
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