ENTREPRENEUR JASON JOWETT, IS RESIDENT OF THE GOLD COAST AUSTRALIA, AND A STUDENT AT GRIFFITH UNIVERSITIES BUSINESS SCHOOL. INVENTOR AND DESIGNER OF A REVOLUTIONARY APPLICATION DUBBED PLANETOLOGY. ESTABLISHING A PARADIGM-SHIFT INNOVATING ANCIENT TRADITIONS IN ASTROLOGY WITH NEW MODERN 3D DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND USER INTERFACING FOR SMART DEVICES. THE VERY EXCLUSIVE DESIGNER PRODUCT IS CURRENTLY UNDER-PRODUCTION, REQUIRING SUBSTANTIAL FINANCIALLY VESTED INTERESTS. THE PRODUCT CAN BE EXPECTED TO CONTRIBUTE TO PROGRESSIVE GLOBALISATION AND AS SECOND GENERATION SOCIAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGY FORMALISE STATE COMMITMENTS TO THE UNITED NATIONS COVENANT FOR SOCIAL RIGHTS.
This title central hub for news and content releases by Jason Jowett. Includes links to his primary information blogs, social media and business pages.
Horoscorpio Business Enterprise
The startup Business Horoscorpio currently provides free product teasers as meditations. The product plan and presentations are on offer presently via Speaker Deck at https://speakerdeck.com/jasonsteven and Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/jasonstevenjowett
The Alchemy Book Series
A progressive science book series set across six books, handles the themes of time travel, the dreamtime, ancient arts of alchemy and the heart of the religious order. Available as ebooks or via Lulu POD.
The Book of James and other Interest Articles
The Book of James is the latest literary release by J.S. Jowett, and is a modern adaption to the 1597 issue by King James I. Originally titled Demonology the literature was the Kings initial publication, in a long career of books and dedicated service under the divine right of the British Royalty prior to the British Revolution. The modern adaption is available as hardback via Lulu. Accompanying the revolutionary adaption of his dialectic on witchcraft, and little known dark ages period piece, is the blog Great Brittania. Including a historical review series set about Great Britain’s influences worldwide, dating back to the stoneage.
The most intriguing inclusion in the Great Brittania blog is a work was recovered by Brynjólfur Sveinsson, followed by the Bishop of Skálholt. Brynjólfur attributed this original manuscript to Sæmundr the Learned. Voluspa the first of the great Norse poems, or Eddas, has since undergone translation into English and the adaption issued by Jason Jowett in 2015 articulates distinctive original characteristics. Voluspa the Seasons Prophesy is available free via the historical blog Great Britannia http://www.greatbrittania.blogspot.com.au/2015/02/adaptation-of-norse-poem-called-voluspa.html