Daniel Louis Crumpton is a philosopher, political activist, and researcher of spirituality and comparative religions. He has compiled his research into the novel “Then Came the Flood” (on sale now at, AMAZON.COM, BARNESANDNOBLE.COM , WESTBOWPRESS.COM, BOOKSAMILLION.COM and ZENINTHECAR.COM), which offers an alternate and daring perspective to the events transcribed in the book of Genesis. Daniel was also an editor and frequent contributor to the political/spiritual/news website ZENINTHECAR.COM as well as the producer of ZEN IN THE CAR T.V. which covers topics ranging from political activism to enlightenment.
Daniel does not identify with any particular faith, however describes himself as a Sophian-Helio-Gnostic. He uses his experience and knowledge of the metaphysical as well as the occult to guide others to their individual understanding of enlightenment so they might be free from the bondage of Plato's cave. His message of wisdom, compassion and balance is heard by many who wish to see free and tolerant societies where all are allowed to walk their unique path without fear of condemnation.
Latest posts by D.L. Crumpton (see all)
- Female Christian Ministers: A Perspective - June 16, 2017
- Podcast 33: What is Truth? - May 11, 2017
- Podcast 32: Bikini Hypnosis, Lightworkers Suck and back to you Chuck! - April 27, 2017
In my campaign to inform the masses about the CannaSense program, I was invited to appear on the Freedom of Joyce Show with Tere Joyce, a comedian and cannabis activist. Seeing as how this was the first appearance I have made on this show, my approach to the Constitution, Bill of Rights and a persons individual responsibility to apply them was a new one to the host. Quite a few of my positions and statements were challenged here (goody, goody) and at the end of the day I think I made it clear that the Rights in the Constitution are absolutely worthless if we as individuals do not acknowledge them and assert them as our own. This one is well worth a listen for those of you skeptical about cannabis as a medicine and as a right. Enjoy!