Stephen Skinner is an
internationally acclaimed author and lecturer. He was responsible for
introducing the science of feng shui to the West, and wrote the first
20th century English book on the subject in 1976. His first profession
was that of Geography Lecturer, but now he spends time writing, teaching
and researching feng shui and the Western Hermetic tradition.
He was responsible for
launching and publishing the first full colour magazine on feng shui, Feng
Shui For Modern Living, which was distributed in 41 countries with
translated editions in German and even in Chinese. At its peak the
English edition sold over 121,000 audited copies per month, and Stephen
was nominated at the PPA awards as UK 'Publisher of the Year' (the UK
print media equivalent of the Oscars).
was educated at Sydney University graduating in English Literature,
Geography and Ancient Greek Philosophy. His interests include feng shui,
ancient civilisations, geometry, travel, computers, magic and the Middle
Ages. He is the author of more than 30 books published worldwide in 20
different languages. His books have had introductions by such diverse
people as Colin Wilson, HRH Charles Prince of Wales, and Jimmy Choo shoe
designer to the stars.
The software comes with a full tutorial about how to use the program,
but you may like to get more detail about Feng Shui itself. We recommend Stephen Skinner's range of books:
Recommended Books for
use with the Software
Version : Stephen Skinner's "KISS
Guide to Feng Shui"
Version: Stephen Skinner's "Flying
Star Feng Shui"
Version : Stephen Skinner's "Guide
to the Feng Shui Compass"