Trevor James Constable
1925 - 2016
BORN
1925
DIED
2016
Trevor James Constable

Trevor James Constable of San Pedro died March 31, 2016. He was born September 17, 1925, in Wellington, New Zealand. He is survived by his wife Gloria of 35 years, and his daughter Diana (Neroni) currently of Las Vegas, and grandson Maximilian Constable now living in Flagstaff, Az.
Mr. Constable was a prolific author of WW2 aviation histories, and pioneer in the subjects of ufology, and rain engineering. Professionally, he enlisted in the Merchant Marines at age 17 and worked for most of that time as the radio-electronics officer. Later he was employed by Matson Shipping and served as the Communication's Officer aboard the U. S. Maui for nearly two decades.
Besides his writing and research work, Mr. Constable was known to have a great understanding of homeopathy and good health, a love for cats, a remarkable vocabulary, and a wonderful sense of humor. Please sign the guestbook at www.dailybreeze.com/obits.
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A great man has left us!
September 22, 2017
I just learned about Trevor and his incredible etheric engineering work. Loom Of The Future has inspired me to pick up where he left off. I wish I could have met him and shook his hand and thanked him for his gift of knowledge. The world is a significantly better place for his pioneering research.
Brendan Carberry
January 2, 2017
The news just struck me now , 12 November 2016 . I felt a sudden emptiness . I read his book The cosmic pulse of life fascinated almost daily for years now ,like a bible . We loved you and we hope that you are together with Ruth , Wilhelm , Rudolf and the other avatars . Thank you for having existed among us . Nick Cohen
Nick Cohen
November 13, 2016
Trevor had an indelible impact on my life. First met him back in the 70's as a student out of UCLA of the paranormal out of Dr. Thelma Moss's lab, as we both had an interest in the work of Wilhelm Reich. Trevor inspired me to study medicine, and was always eager to keep me updated on his work..He was a great man and I will surely miss him.. Dr. P.L. Lajoie
November 6, 2016
July 12, 2016

Trevor James Constable lives still. Returned to The Creator for a rest; then back again amongst us to continue his magnificient work.

Good Work Trevor!

Bruce M. Forrester Jr
Dayton, Ohio
July 12, 2016
Extraordinary pioneer of etheric rain engineering. The world has great need of these discoveries being put into practice to end drought and wildfires, and restore agriculture to dry regions.
Mary-Sue Haliburton
May 11, 2016
A great man who was a remarkable influence on my life and the life of many.

Words will never be enough to honour the accomplishments and knowledge he has gifted to mankind. However, I have done my best to offer tribute: http://thomasbrown.org/trevor-james-constable/

His light will shine forever for those seeking an evolved science in harmony with nature.

I look forward to catching up on the other side :)

With sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Thomas Brown
May 9, 2016
He was one of my heros. It is sad to learn that his voice is now silent on all the fascinating subjects he has covered in his books and interviews.
David Ring
David Ring
May 5, 2016
He should be remembered as a Pioneer in the engineering of Human Consciousness
to shape the Earth for the benefit of ALL its inhabitants. - Dr. Rchrd
Richard Beierle
May 5, 2016
I only wish he left EXACT instructions on how to build his remarkable devices. He was a good guy.
m o
May 5, 2016
TC... May you enjoy your fellow PRODIGAL TITANS.
The Cosmic Pulse of Life,
chapter 9 quote: One must live things to judge them. W Reich.
chapter 10 quote: "Wisdom is crystallised pain". Dr R Steiner.
Pete n Ann
livingspontaneously.nz
pete Fairclough
May 4, 2016
The Alexander Library in North Las Vegas is hosting my exhibit "Gallery of Clean Energy Inventions". See padrak.com/vesperman. Page 178 of the file shows a photo of Trevor next to one of his etheric weather engineering devices. It seems a fitting memorial.

A former business associate Dennis D. Curran was also a friend of Trevor. Does anybody know what Dennis is doing these days?
Gary Vesperman
May 4, 2016
"I will see you in another life when we are both cats". In deep gratitude and love.
Mariah Thomas-Wolf
April 15, 2016
May you all find comfort in the love of family and friends. I'm sure you have some wonderful memories. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
April 11, 2016
Dear Mom,

I am so sorry for your loss. I will never forget Trevor's charming ways and terrific sense of humor. It was such a privilege for me to get to know him better when I visited your home in 2011. He loved San Pedro and he loved cats and he loved his beautiful wife Gloria who shared his life and cared for him as long as she possibly could.

See you on the other side Trevor! Godspeed.
Phyllis Rothwell
April 11, 2016
Our hearts go out to Trevor's family, especially his devoted wife, Gloria. Trevor was an extraordinary man; widely-read, full of enthusiasm, generous of spirit and always fascinating to talk to. He will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.
Roddy & Diana
April 11, 2016
Dear Gloria,
My heartfelt condolences on your loss of Trevor. He was a wonderful man and I am happy to have known him.
Take good care and blessings to you and those he shared his life with.
Irene Parkinson
Irene Parkinson
April 9, 2016
I'll miss his humor and smile
Ed Fitzgerald
April 6, 2016
Gloria,
Trevor was a true gentleman and a special friend,
I will miss his humor and that smile.
He now is on the other side with other brilliant people.
God rest his soul.
Ed and Marilyn Fitzgerald
April 6, 2016
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