Disillusioned with the official religion and institution, artifice and constructs offered as "reality," author Jeffrey Charles Archer hit the road and discovered things are indeed not what they say. Shapeshifters, skinwalkers, sasquatch, fairies and other fantastic creatures and extraordinary experiences make up the true tellings of Memories and Musings of a Post-Postmodern Nomadic Mystic Madman.
Jeffrey Charles Archer (1972-) grew up in Laramie, Wyoming, attended high school in Oklahoma and Oklahoma Baptist University, and was the Pastor of a the First Baptist Church of Connerville, Oklahoma during his undergraduate studies. Archer attended the University of Chicago for graduate school, and then hit the open road to find the truth he found lacking in the establishment and official discourse, via the path of renunciation. Realizing himself a yogi or "dilettante of a sadhu" after attending the observance of Shivaratri at the Hanuman Temple in Taos, NM, Archer has continued a mystic's path since, and claims to have experienced many extraordinary if not supernatural events in his mendicant wanderings, the which make up the content of much of his extant writings.