Friday, August 6, 2021

Bruce Olav Solheim Interview - Anzar the Progenitor


Photo Content from Bruce Olav Solheim

Bruce Olav Solheim was born in Seattle, Washington, to Norwegian immigrant parents. Bruce was the first person in his family to go to college. He served for six years in the US Army as a jail guard and later as a helicopter pilot and is a disabled veteran. Bruce earned his Ph.D. in history from Bowling Green State University in 1993. Bruce is a distinguished professor of history at Citrus College in Glendora, California. He was a Fulbright Professor and Scholar in 2003 at the University of Tromsø in Norway. 

Bruce has published twelve books and has written ten plays, five of which have been produced. The Bronze Star won two awards from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. The Epiphany was commissioned by the Kingdom of Norway and funded for a full production run with the original American cast. Bruce founded the veterans program at Citrus College and cofounded Boots to Books, the nation’s first college-credit transition course for veterans. Bruce is also a co-founder of Lockdown Theatre, which has produced three streamplays (online, live, remote actors) during the COVID-19 pandemic. He has published a trilogy of non-fiction paranormal books: Timeless, Timeless Deja Vu, and Timeless Trinity. Bruce has also published a comic book and a graphic novel featuring an alien hybrid character named Snarc. He has been on Coast to Coast several times and was a featured speaker at Contact in the Desert. Bruce is married to Ginger and has four children and two grandsons

    



What are some of your current and future projects that you can share with us?
I am working on a new comic book called Dr. Jekyll Alien Hunter. The lead character is a female college professor who is following in her father’s footsteps by researching ancient aliens. I am also working on Snarc #3, part of my comic book series featuring a human-alien hybrid character.

Tell us your most rewarding experience since being published.
Fulfilling a life-long dream of publishing my first comic book in 2019. Comics helped me learn how to read and the Snarc comic was 37 years in the making. Never give up.

Why is storytelling so important for all of us?
It is everything. Educational, entertaining, confrontational, inspiring, frustrating. It is how we live and what we live fo.

What was the greatest thing you learned at school?
That history is cyclical.

Can you tell us when you started ANZAR THE PROGENITOR, how that came about?
In 2016 my friend Gene died. A month after he passed away, he came to me in a vision and told me that it was time to start telling my paranormal stories. I had led a paranormal life since age four but never had an opportunity to fully explore that or openly share all my experiences. Part of that was my alien contact with Anzar. The book combines my documented research of how the spirit world, alien world, and quantum world are one in the same, with a chronological transcript of my contact with Anzar. He has been with me my whole life.

What do you hope for readers to be thinking when they read your book?
That the universe holds much more information and knowledge than what we know or even imagine.

What chapter was the most memorable to write and why?
The first chapter is always the hardest. I started the book by saying that I realize how difficult it is to believe someone when they tell you that they speak to an ancient alien mystic on a regular basis. I had to establish credibility and trust with the reader right away and the only way to do that is with honesty.

If you could have written one book in history, what book would that be?
Any one of J.R.R. Tolkien’s books.

Tell me about a favorite event of your childhood.
Crossing the Atlantic in 1963. It took 11 days.

Best date you've ever had?
Going to the park with Ginger, sitting in the grass and talking.

What was the first job you had?
Working with my father as a carpenter.

Which incident in your life that totally changed the way you think today?
Joining the US Army in 1978.

Where did you go on your first airplane ride?
To Norway.

First Heartbreak?
When my cat Ralphie had to be put to sleep.

You have the chance to give one piece of advice to your readers. What would it be?
Keep love in your heart and always operate from a position of love.


Anzar is an ancient alien mystic whom I have known most of my life and have been in weekly direct contact with since 2018. Anzar the Progenitor documents my spirit communication with this ancient alien, including his prophecies, sage advice, and commentary on the world. The book has extensive endnotes and includes my research on the nature of this communication through mediumship and my theory of how the alien world, the spirit world, and the quantum world are the same—a quantum nexus. We can no longer wait for government disclosure about UFOs and aliens. The time has come for personal revelation through a leap of consciousness in a new Era of Reconversion. We are all related and we are the aliens.

You can purchase Anzar the Progenitor at the following links below.

1 Winner will receive a $10 Amazon Gift Card.

*JBN is not responsible for Lost or Damaged Books in your Nerdy Mail Box*
a Rafflecopter giveaway
jbnlatestinterviews

18 comments:

  1. Lately it is the song Called she and you By Ztao

    ReplyDelete
  2. Usually something old, no particular song, just whatever strikes my fancy at the time.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I love the old stuff and "Come and Get Your Love," is my favorite. I often hear it while grocery shopping in Walmart.

    ReplyDelete
  4. You don't mess around with Jim -- watched STRANGER THINGS , now the song is stuck in my head.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Move Along All American rejects

    ReplyDelete
  6. Stones You can't always get what you want

    ReplyDelete
  7. I love the song Shallow by Lady Gaga.

    ReplyDelete
  8. "Most frequent song played" I have a bunch of those.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Silence is Golden by The Tremeloes

    ReplyDelete
  10. Right now it would be Daydreaming by Aretha Franklin.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Paradise City by Guns N' Roses

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  12. No particular song, like those from Broadway musicals best.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Famous friends by Chris Young and Kane Brown

    ReplyDelete