The People of Chattacon 

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Phillip Paul Sacco

Moving from his home state of ill New York to Georgia in 1969, Philip Paul Sacco is pleased to call himself a Southerner although he is more often called a “Damn Yankee.” Having completed two science-related degrees from the Medical College of Georgia and the Augusta University, and being a student of Astronomy since the early 90’s Paul takes a different approach in bringing the stars to people by weaving the stories of the heavens in an entertaining and educational way. As a skilled magician, he also enjoys teaching spiritual principles in his stand-up routines as ‘One Magical Knight’ performing magic in full armor. If these antics don’t make you dizzy, just a sip or two of his ‘Elixir of the Gods’ (mead), certainly will.

His discussions “after midnight” are known to go to the extreme and explore the reality of time travel, wormhole travel, and alternate realities. Mr. Sacco has worked with the state DNR to establish a new chapter of astronomy at a local wildlife management area, and will continue his efforts to see the development and founding of a new observatory at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Management Area in the near future.

With the publication of his first book, Awaken the Warrior, he is now working hard to bring its message to the public. Containing a very important message for our troubled time, Mr. Sacco has used the information in Awaken the Warrior as a tool for counseling in state prisons, as well as presentations on character development for children in schools and church groups, or any other civic organization which feels they can make use of the information.

An avid role-play and board gamer since the age of seven, Mr. Sacco would like to see more educational material presented for use in the current genre of RPG games. He feels this would make the games more educational and concrete. Toward this end, Mr. Sacco is designing several RPG and board games based on clinical psychology and Biblical principles.

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