Eliza Earsman was born and raised in the southern uplands of Scotland.
Police work and experience has brought her into close contact with most of those named in Days of Elijah (Revised): A True Story. See e.g. the bombing of Pan-Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, in December 1988.
Eliza as a result has become an agent provocateur re: the British Mountbatten-Windsor royal family, their Scottish Ritual Freemasons inner circles and their atrocities.
Eliza is a member of several international literary communities. Her travels span such countries as the United States of America, Canada, Israel, Spain, Jordan, Portugal, Holland, Central and Eastern Europe, France, Australia, Scotland, Ireland, Malaysia and Korea.
Although Eliza’s autobiographical works do not always follow conventional means, her brutally honest depictions have done much to raise international awareness about Freemasonry. Her high-profile published works include
• Days of Elijah (Revised): A True Story
• A Collection of Verse.
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