|An early ampule of insulin, circa 1920s|
|Dr. Frederick Banting in later life|
I will admit that the first week of my study in London was largely fruitless. The staff at Banting House were helpful and polite, yet they seemed uninterested in the type of alternative research I was conducting. They may have thought I was crazy, but crazy or not I was determined! There was a certain energy that surrounded Banting House, and I could feel it even before I could place it. My breakthrough came not there but after some research at the local university, where I met a person (who has asked me not to disclose their name or relationship to the institution) who had special access to writings of Banting's that had never been publicly disclosed. On the promise of discretion, I was given two days access to these materials, which amounted to about two hundred pages of notes, and it was within them that I found the linkages.
|Helena Petrovna Blavatsky|
It was at my end of my trip in London, after my great discovery, that I began to make deeper connections to Tecumseh, who, I found out, was also bound to the area surrounding the city in remarkable ways.