Farewell Philip Jones

It is with deep sorrow in my heart, that I have to tell the readers of these pages, that our dear friend and freedom fighter Philip Jones has passed away.
Seen from my eyes, it was way to early.

It did not take long for the cancer to get a hold on his body, from not long ago when he was diagnosed with cancer, until today. After an operation at the Odense Universitetshospital, the body of Philip was unable to hold on to life and gave in.

Philip was a freedom fighter from the heart, he has always looking for the truth. His search has resulted in lots of solid research and many writings about "the social construct".

Philip Jones articles will always be on this site for reading and research.

Thanks for you warm and joy for life, I will always be deeply thankful for that you have given me.

God be with you Philip - Rest in peace.

You will stay in my heart


0 #1 Niki Raapana 2009-11-25 07:02
This is very, very sad news. The last time I corresponded with him he was in love and anticipating a new life. My sincerest condolences to his family and close friends. I didn't know him well but I found him to be a kindred spirit and a fine writer. He will be greatly missed.
0 #2 Caledonia 2009-11-25 10:32
Very sorry to hear these sad news. My condolencies to his family.
I corresponded with Philip a few times and will miss him.
0 #3 susan zahedi 2009-11-29 12:58
I 'd like to offer my sincere condolences to Philip's family. He was a great researcher and knew what he was talking about.
I too corresponded with him and enjoyed reading his articls.
Rest in peace brother.
0 #4 Jean Bush 2010-03-19 05:15
Philip & I corresponded every day, several times a day, for 7 months. He was the love of my life & I his. We always planned to meet someday. I will grieve for him the rest of my life. And why not? He was the finest man I ever knew and a man like no other. I love you, Philip, I'll see you soon.
0 #5 Sisse 2012-02-01 09:42
What I find shocking and sad is how you have all bought in to a sick mans ramblings and seen them as great truthes. There are not many truths in the words of Philip John Jones - an elequent listing of unsual and creative observations - but a complete invention of facts to suit. Hypocracies and lies. It fills me with such sadness to read his words as I knew him very well and know that he was not well.

Jean Bush - I understand very well how you must feel - but please understand that you were seduced by words and fantasies. Philip´s wife was there by his side when he died. He was not a fine man when he corresponded with you. He was not a "man like no other" in the midst of all his repeated and habitual unfaithfulness.

I sincerely hope he rests in peace - his mind was truly troubled in this life.

With kind regards Sisse - his number 3 out of 4 wifes.

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