I was involved in a staged motor vehicle accident that was caused by the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School.

By Andrew Mackinnon

Last updated: 2nd November, 2022


More information about the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School targetting me for harassment in conjunction with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) on behalf of the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan is available on the following three web pages:

The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) conducts gang stalking of Australian citizens.

I was targetted for harassment by the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School.

The Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School is involved in gang stalking.


I believe that I have been monitored by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) since late 1990, after the official Year 12 school year at Knox Grammar School ended in late 1990, before the Higher School Certificate I believe that I have been monitored by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) since late 1990, after the official Year 12 school year at Knox Grammar School ended in late 1990, before the Higher School Certificate (HSC) final examinations commenced in late 1990, when I was targetted for harassment by the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School in conjunction with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) on behalf of the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan, and that this monitoring has included the bugging of the phones that I have used in the dwellings in which I have lived since that time in late 1990, including the phone in the dwelling in which I lived at that time in late 1990, after the Year 12 school year had ended at Knox Grammar School in late 1990, before the Higher School Certificate (HSC) final examinations commenced in late 1990.

I believe that this bugging of the phones that I have used in the dwellings where I have lived was used on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991 to discover where I was going to be travelling by motor vehicle during the late evening of that day, after this information was communicated by another member of my family on the phone earlier in the late evening of that same day. My family was moving house the next day on Friday, 23rd August, 1991. Another member of my family communicated by phone to my grandmother, who lived in Killara, New South Wales, that I would drive to her place right away in order to drop some items off into her storage area.

On Thursday, 22nd August, 1991, on the way back from my grandmother’s place in Killara, New South Wales, I was involved in a motor vehicle accident on the Pacific Highway, Pymble, New South Wales, at the corner of Bridge Street, Pymble, New South Wales. A motor vehicle in front of me came to a stop at a green traffic light on the Pacific Highway at the corner of Bridge Street, Pymble, New South Wales at around 9:00 pm. By the time I realised that this motor vehicle was coming to a stop, it was too late for me to safely check my blind spot in order to change lanes.

I can distinctly remember that I made the decision in the moment not to check my blind spot because I knew instinctively that I could not risk the possibility that my head was not pointing straight ahead if I collided with the motor vehicle in front as a result of not being able to change lanes before colliding with the rear of the motor vehicle in front. I believe that this decision in the moment prevented me from sustaining a very serious injury as a result of colliding with the rear of the motor vehicle in front with my head turned somewhat to the right in order to check my blind spot. I do not believe that the person driving the motor vehicle in front expected me to instinctively neutralise the danger involved in colliding with the motor vehicle in front by colliding straight into the rear of the motor vehicle in front at an angle as close as possible to zero degrees. The motor vehicle I was driving remained within its lane during this collision and after this collision had occurred.

The reason why I can distinctly remember these details relating to not checking my blind spot is that the magnitude of the injuries that I could have sustained if I checked my blind spot was so great, that all of these details were imprinted on my brain at the time. Additionally, I have continued to think about this accident over the more than 30 years since it occurred, which has kept these memories in tact.

I was not tailgating this motor vehicle in front. We were both driving at a speed of about 70 km/h in a 60 km/h zone. There were few other motor vehicles on the road. This motor vehicle in front was more powerful than the motor vehicle I was driving. There was no reason for me to overtake it because I was not able to catch up to it, since it had a more powerful engine and a higher power-to-weight ratio than the motor vehicle I was driving.

This motor vehicle in front was a metallic blue 1970s Holden HQ utility. It likely had a 3.3 litre six cylinder engine with carburettor, that produced around 96 kW of power. It weighed in the vicinity of 1,250 kilograms, however it was carrying a chaotic-looking array of construction tools and equipment in its tray, including an overturned wheelbarrow, which would have weighed at least 100 kilograms in total. This motor vehicle in front looked like this, except that it was metallic blue in colour:

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This was the metallic blue colour of this motor vehicle in front:

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The motor vehicle I was driving was a white 1974 Volvo 144 sedan. It had a 2 litre four cylinder engine with carburettor, that produced around 60 kw of power. It also weighed in the vicinity of 1,250 kilograms.

After braking heavily, I ran into the back of this motor vehicle in front. After we both got out of our vehicles, I realised to my surprise that the driver of this motor vehicle was wearing the exact same pair of glasses that had just come off my face on impact and fallen to the floor of the vehicle I was driving in front of the driver’s seat, which were black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that I had worn since around 1986.

(These glasses were of a very mild prescription for short-sightedness. My driver’s licence specified that I was legally obligated to wear these glasses when driving a motor vehicle. When I was at Knox Grammar School, I didn’t wear these glasses all the time, however I did wear them in class in order to read the blackboard or whiteboard at the front of the classroom more clearly.)

(When I retrieved these black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses from the floor of the motor vehicle I was driving in front of the driver’s seat, I found that they were bent out of shape, presumably as a result of hitting the steering wheel or the dashboard of the vehicle I was driving or both after coming off my face on impact, before falling to the floor of this vehicle in front of the driver’s seat. I tried to bend them back into shape so that I could continue to use them, but I found that this was not possible. Therefore, I subsequently used my backup pair of glasses until I soon purchased a replacement pair of glasses.)

Suspiciously, the driver of this motor vehicle in front did not recriminate me in any way. He didn’t say, “What are you doing?”, or, “What’s wrong with you?”, or, “What have you done to my car?”. He was very calm.

We both asked each other if we were okay.

(I sustained a soft tissue injury to my right wrist (or possibly my left wrist), as a result of bracing myself against the steering wheel upon colliding with the motor vehicle in front, which took several weeks to heal.)

Being only nearly nineteen years of age in comparison to the driver of this motor vehicle in front, who was in his thirties, and feeling embarrassed about running into the back of this vehicle, I didn’t have the nerve to ask him, “Why did you stop?”.

There are three things that are suspicious about this accident.

> The first thing that is suspicious is that I have no recollection of the traffic light in front of us, at which the driver of the motor vehicle in front came to a stop, being anything other than green before he came to a stop.

> The second thing that is suspicious is that the driver of the motor vehicle in front was wearing the exact same pair of glasses that I had been wearing when the accident occurred, which were black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that I had worn since around 1986.

> The third thing that is suspicious is that the driver of the vehicle in front did not recriminate me in any way for colliding with the rear of his vehicle.


There is zero doubt in my mind that this was a staged motor vehicle accident.


I have a clear and compelling recollection of a male asking me to see these black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that I wore from around 1986 up until the day this motor vehicle accident occurred, being Thursday, 22nd August, 1991, by asking something like, “Can I have a look at your glasses?”, and possibly gesturing with one of his hands to indicate that he meant that he was requesting that I take my glasses off my face and hand my glasses to him so that he could look at my glasses more closely.

However, in 2022, more than three decades after this motor vehicle accident occurred, when I tried to remember the identity of this male who asked me to see these black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that I wore, I was not initially able to remember the identity of this male.

Obviously this bothered me, because I know with certainty that this communication between this male and myself took place, based on my clear and compelling recollection of this communication, so I obviously continued to think about who this male was.

In 2022, more than three decades after this motor vehicle accident occurred, it took me a significant amount of time to remember the identity of the male who asked me to see these black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that I wore.

I strongly believe that this male was a person whose first name was “Ben” who was in my first year of Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University in 1991 and who had blonde hair.

My recollection is that I was standing outside a lecture theatre at Macquarie University in 1991 with other students in my first year of Actuarial Studies, waiting for the students who were inside this lecture theatre and who had almost finished attending a lecture inside this lecture theatre to leave this lecture theatre so that we could enter this lecture theatre for the lecture that we were due to attend.

My recollection is that Ben asked me if he could see the black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that I would have been wearing at the time. Although these glasses were of a mild prescription for short-sightedness, by 1991, I was wearing these glasses most of the time, unlike earlier years like 1988 and 1989.

My recollection is that I thought that this was an odd request.

My recollection is that Ben had displayed discernible, latent hostility towards me on previous occasions, which was very similar in nature to the hostility that Patrick Noble and his five friends in the year above me at Knox Grammar School had displayed towards me at Knox Grammar School. It was a demonic, latent hostility that attempted to characterise me as not having any legitimate right to exist.


My recollection is that I granted Ben’s request anyway by taking these black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses off of my face and handing them to him, because I couldn’t see any harm in doing so.

My recollection is that in the space of less than thirty seconds, Ben looked at my glasses in my presence, turning them over with his hand while I watched, and said something like, “Thanks”, as he handed them back to me without any explanation.

My certain recollection is that I did not ask Ben why he wanted to see my glasses. I would have assumed that the reason he wanted to see them was that he thought they were desirable glasses.

However, I have a clear recollection that Ben’s manner and body language were not consistent with the idea that he wanted to see my glasses because he thought they were desirable glasses, which would have confused me.

I have a certain recollection that because of comments that Ben had made to me in my first year of Actuarial Studies in 1991 and because of his demeanour that I observed, I perceived that Ben viewed me with contempt.

I have never done anything adverse to Ben.

I have a certain recollection that I did not like Ben. I thought that he was arrogant and misguided. He reminded me of the arrogant and misguided students I encountered at Knox Grammar School and avoided.

I believe that the reason why Ben wanted to see my black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses is that he wanted to see if these black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses had a model number printed on them; he wanted to read this model number, if these black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses did have a model number printed on them, and he wanted to memorise it so that he could write it down at the next convenient opportunity.

If Ben had written something with a pen or pencil in my presence after handing my black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses back to me, especially if he had pretended to do it in an innocent, unrelated way, then it would never have even crossed my mind that Ben was writing down the model number of my black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses.

I have a vague recollection of imitating Ben after he handed my black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses back to me, and looking on the inside of the hinged arms of these glasses like Ben had presumably done, in order to try to resolve my confusion about why Ben wanted to see my glasses.

I have a vague recollection of seeing numbers and possibly also letters printed on the inside of the hinged arms of my black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses but not knowing what they meant.

Patrick Noble was in the year above me at Knox Grammar School. He is a Jew (i.e. Edomite) who presumably joined the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School and presumably became a Freemason.

linkedin.com/in/patricknoblezurich/

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Together with five of his friends in his same year above me at Knox Grammar School, Patrick Noble harassed me in an extensive manner at Knox Grammar School from 1986 to early to mid 1988 for around two years when I was in Year 8 to Year 10 at Knox Grammar School.

I have described the extensive harassment that I experienced at Knox Grammar School by Patrick Noble and his five friends in his same year above me at Knox Grammar School in detail in the bottom 60% of the following web page:

The Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School is involved in gang stalking.


Patrick Noble had a sixth friend in his year at Knox Grammar School, who never harassed me at Knox Grammar School but who I was instinctively wary of anyway, because he was Patrick Noble’s friend. Astoundingly, when I turned up to Macquarie University in 1991 to study first year of Actuarial Studies, I noticed that this sixth friend of Patrick Noble’s from Knox Grammar School was in the year above me in Actuarial Studies. We both looked at each other and we both recognised each other. Frankly, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. I couldn’t believe that Patrick Noble’s sinister influence had seemingly followed me to my first year of Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University.

I knew immediately and instinctively that this sixth friend of Patrick Noble’s would tell Patrick Noble everything that he learned about me, such as grades that I obtained in subjects that I studied at Macquarie University, by talking to other students in my year in Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University.

Patrick Noble already knew that I was studying Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University because I would have foolishly told him myself in late January, 1991.

On 21st January, 1991, there was a massive storm in the adjoining suburbs of Wahroonga, Warrawee, Turramurra and Pymble in New South Wales, to name just four suburbs in the vicinity of my family’s house that this massive storm affected.

In the aftermath of this storm, I was helping a neighbour who lived across the road and down the street in Ada Avenue, Wahroonga, where I lived, to clean up the trees and vegetation that had fallen onto their property as a result of this storm.

The effects of this storm were so extensive that many people in Ada Avenue, Wahroonga were walking around outside surveying these effects.

While I was helping this neighbour to clean up their property, I saw Patrick Noble talking to other people who were walking around outside. In the context of the extensive effects of this storm, we ended up talking with each other. Patrick Noble told me that he had just completed his first year of university, which I think, from memory, was a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology.

I was at a loose end because I had somewhat fallen out with my existing three friends in my year at Knox Grammar School while on a trip to Queensland with them in December, 1990 after I had finished the Higher School Certificate (HSC) in Year 12 at Knox Grammar School in 1990. I do believe that after spending most of the previous five years together at Knox Grammar School and then going on a trip to Queensland together in December, 1990, after we had finished the Higher School Certificate (HSC), the conditions were ripe for us to become well and truly sick of each other.

(One of my existing three friends in my year at Knox Grammar School used a clean, white handkerchief of mine that was amongst our equipment at a camp site on Fraser Island to clean up some egg yolk from some eggs that he was cooking for breakfast. When I asked him to wash this handkerchief of mine, he refused. Consequently, when we returned to Brisbane, I caught the train home instead of travelling with them to the Gold Coast.)

Patrick Noble invited me to his house. Foolishly, I went to his house and saw his sailboard in the granny flat on his property. I was very interested in sailboarding at that time, having made it my mission in life to purchase a sailboard after the Higher School Certificate (HSC) examinations in Year 12 at Knox Grammar School in 1990 ended. I had saved up about $1,500 from mowing lawns and doing gardening work. By the time I went to Patrick Noble’s house in January, 1991, I had already purchased a sail, mast, boom and probably also a mast foot. However, I wasn’t happy with the mast and boom that I had selected and I was planning on changing them when I later purchased a sailboard from the same sailboard shop in Mosman on Spit Road near Awaba Street, from which I had purchased these items of sailboarding equipment, driving there in late 1990 before the final examinations for the Higher School Certificate (HSC) commenced in my mother’s white 1974 Volvo sedan as the holder of a provisional driver’s licence. I would have told Patrick Noble a fair bit about my interest in sailboarding since I considered it to be harmless to do so.

I didn’t confront Patrick Noble about his extensive harassment of me at Knox Grammar School and Knox Preparatory School, because it appeared to have ended in early to mid 1988, which was about 2.5 years earlier by that time in late January, 1991.

Patrick Noble suggested to me that we should go sailboarding together and I foolishly agreed.

During the course of our conversation, it is inevitable that I would have told him that I was planning to study Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University, the first semester in first year of which was due to commence in about five weeks time in March, 1991.

As I was leaving Patrick Noble’s house, one of his friends in his year at Knox Grammar School, who was involved in extensively harassing me at Knox Grammar School, being Douglas Grant, arrived at Patrick Noble’s house.

Douglas Grant looked at me with an expression of contempt. Patrick Noble obviously noticed this, because he said something like, “He’s alright.”, to Douglas Grant.

I could not have cared less what Douglas Grant thought about me. I have never had any regard for Douglas Grant. The very fact that Douglas Grant was involved in extensively harassing me at Knox Grammar School, like Patrick Noble and his four other friends in his year at Knox Grammar School, was a clear indication that Douglas Grant felt threatened by my existence, which implies that Douglas Grant felt inferior to me and harassed me in order to seek to relieve himself of this feeling of inferiority, since I have never done anything adverse to Douglas Grant, Patrick Noble or any of Patrick Noble’s four other friends in his year at Knox Grammar School to justify being extensively harassed at Knox Grammar School by these six people.

After I left Patrick Noble’s house and returned to my house on the other side of Ada Avenue, I immediately reflected upon my meeting with Patrick Noble and acknowledged to myself that the entire tone of our meeting was inappropriate, since Patrick Noble never once acknowledged his extensive harassment of me at Knox Grammar School or apologised to me for his extensive harassment of me at Knox Grammar School.

I vowed to never meet with Patrick Noble on a social basis ever again. Therefore, I continued to avoid Patrick Noble. To this day, I have kept that vow.

I believe that it is likely that Patrick Noble asked his sixth friend from Knox Grammar School, who was in the year above me in Actuarial Studies, to find somebody in my year in Actuarial Studies who could ask me to see the black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that I wore on my face.

I believe that it is likely that this sixth friend of Patrick Noble’s asked the person named “Ben” with blonde hair in my first year of Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University to ask me to see the black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that I wore on my face, so that he could read the model number written on them, if there was a model number written on them, memorise this model number written on them, write this model number down on a piece of paper at the first convenient opportunity and communicate this model number to this sixth friend of Patrick Noble’s from Knox Grammar School, so that he could communicate it to Patrick Noble and so that Patrick Noble could purchase the exact same pair of black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that I wore, in order to use this exact same pair of black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses in the staged motor vehicle accident in which I was involved at around 9 pm on Thursday, 21st August, 1991, that was caused by the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School in conjunction with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO).

This sixth friend of Patrick Noble’s from Knox Grammar School, whose name I don’t know, who studied the first year of Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University in 1990 and the second year of Actuarial Studies at Macquarie Unversity in 1991, when I was in the first year of Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University, looked like Theodore “Beaver” Cleaver from the television program “Leave It to Beaver”.

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From this highly accurate likeness, this person can be easily identified to this very day.


The reason why the driver of the other motor vehicle with which I collided was wearing the exact same pair of black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that had come off my face as a result of the impact with this other motor vehicle, was to send a clear message to me that this was a staged motor vehicle accident that was intended to disrupt my life. This message was intended to be a vehement expression of contempt towards me.

However, the truth is that I did not understand this clearly and decisively until 2022, when I sought to understand when I had first been placed under surveillance by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO), because I instinctively avoided jumping to conclusions about this motor vehicle accident in which I was involved at the time it occurred on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991.

At the time that this motor vehicle accident occurred, I was at the start of a very challenging second semester of my first year studying Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University. In no way did I consider it to be feasible to drop everything and try to understand why the driver of the motor vehicle with which I collided was wearing the exact same pair of black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that had come off my face as a result of the impact with this other motor vehicle. Instinctively, I concluded that it was not possible to understand this. As it turns out, this conclusion was wrong.

However, the truth is that my investigative skills at that time were not sufficient to enable me to understand why the driver of the motor vehicle with which I collided was wearing the exact same pair of black and gold, Safilo-brand glasses that had come off my face as a result of the impact with this other motor vehicle.

As somebody who had studied elective German, elective French and elective Music in Year 8 to Year 10 at Knox Grammar School and who had studied English, Mathematics, German and Chemistry for the Higher School Certificate (HSC) in 1990, when I was in Year 12 at Knox Grammar School, so that I had not studied History or Geography in any of these years, apart from compulsory non-elective History in Year 8 to Year 10 at Knox Grammar School, which was a threadbare version of elective History, to say the least, the truth is that I was not capable of investigating this highly suspicious motor vehicle accident in which I was involved at the time it occurred on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991.

Most importantly, I had not read the Bible enough over the previous 8.5 years, to say the least, which is the most powerful means of developing the wisdom and the understanding that is necessary for effective investigation.


On the night of this motor vehicle accident on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991, I drove from my home in Wahroonga, New South Wales to the home of my grandmother in Killara, New South Wales along the Pacific Highway. I was at this destination for about 20 minutes and then returned home the same way along the Pacific Highway.

On both trips, to this destination and from this destination, I passed the Greengate Hotel on the Pacific Highway in Killara, New South Wales, which was a popular meeting location for former students of Knox Grammar School, including former students of Knox Grammar School who belonged to the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry and who were involved in gang stalking.

It would have been easy to spot the distinctive, white 1974 Volvo 144 sedan I was driving when it passed the Greengate Hotel on the way to my destination in Killara, New South Wales and on the way back from this destination.

The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) knew in advance that I was going to be making this trip in the late evening of Thursday, 22nd August, 2022, because another member of my family had communicated this information on the phone in the dwelling in which I lived earlier in the evening of the same day.

Today, in 2022, the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) communicates information quickly to people involved in the gang stalking of targets for harassment via phone to the mobile phones possessed by the people involved in the gang stalking of targets for harassment.

However, on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991, it was uncommon, as far as I can remember, for people in Australia to possess mobile phones. Therefore, at this time in 1991, it is highly likely and highly feasible that the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) communicated information to people involved in the gang stalking of targets for harassment via messages sent to palm-sized pagers possessed by the people involved in the gang stalking of targets for harassment, since, at this time in 1991, it was not uncommon for people in Australia to possess palm-sized pagers.

The Australia Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) communicated that I was going to be making this trip in the evening of Thursday, 22nd August, 1991 to the people in the area where I lived involved in gang stalking via the pagers that they possessed.

People involved in gang stalking in the area where I lived who were at the Greengate Hotel received this information from ASIO via the pagers that they possessed.

They watched the Pacific Highway, on which the Greengate Hotel is located, to spot me passing in the white 1974 Volvo 144 sedan I was driving, which was a distinctive motor vehicle that was very easy to spot, on my trip along the Pacific Highway to my destination in Killara.

They organised for the motor vehicle with which I collided to be ready to follow me and overtake me on my trip along the Pacific Highway from my destination in Killara.

The driver of the motor vehicle with which I collided watched the Pacific Highway, on which the Greengate Hotel is located, to spot me passing on my trip along the Pacific Highway from my destination in Killara.

Once the driver of the motor vehicle with which I collided had spotted me on my trip along the Pacific Highway from my destination in Killara, he followed me in this motor vehicle and overtook me on my trip along the Pacific Highway from my destination in Killara.

(However, I do not have any recollection of the motor vehicle with which I collided following me and overtaking me. The earliest recollection I have of seeing the motor vehicle with which I collided on the Pacific Highway was when I saw it in front of me while travelling at some point between the Ku-ring-gai Council Chambers in Gordon on the Pacific Highway and the major intersection of Mona Vale Road becoming Ryde Road with the Pacific Highway.

I assume that I had not paid any attention to the driver of the motor vehicle with which I collided following me on my trip along the Pacific Highway from my destination in Killara and overtaking me, because I did not have any reason to pay any attention to being followed and overtaken in this manner, because I did not have any reason to be suspicious about being followed and overtaken in this manner.)

After the driver of the motor vehicle with which I collided had overtaken me and positioned himself in the same lane ahead of me, he maintained a reasonable distance ahead of me so that I would not overtake him.

I had been driving in the middle lane of the Pacific Highway, Gordon towards Hornsby before crossing the major intersection of Mona Vale Road becoming Ryde Road with the Pacific Highway on the boundary between Gordon and Pymble. However, due to the S-lanes that were already in operation at that time on Thursday, 22nd August, 2022, the middle lane of the Pacific Highway, Gordon became the kerbside lane after crossing the major intersection of Mona Vale Road becoming Ryde Road with the Pacific Highway in the direction towards Hornsby.

I can distinctively remember thinking that this kerbside lane on the Pacific Highway, Pymble was going to run out in a few hundred metres (since I was familiar with this section of the Pacific Highway, Pymble, having driven it multiple times in the same direction towards Hornsby) and that I would simply continue following the driver of the motor vehicle in front until this kerbside lane ran out and both of our motor vehicles merged right into the next lane to the right.

I was not able to catch up to the motor vehicle in front, so I had no reason to overtake it. I was driving at a speed of about 70 km/h in a 60 km/h zone and I had no desire to drive any faster.

The driver of the motor vehicle in front allowed me to get closer by slowing down and then deliberately stopped at a green traffic light on the Pacific Highway at the corner of Bridge Street, Pymble while driving in the kerbside lane ahead of me.

Once I realised that this motor vehicle in front of me had come to a stop, I braked hard and ran into the back of this motor vehicle in front. The motor vehicle I was driving remained within its lane during this collision and after this collision had occurred.

I would not have made the mistake of running into the back of a motor vehicle in front that was stopping at an amber or red traffic light, especially because my health at that time on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991 was excellent and the only things that were in my field of vision immediately before this collision occurred were this motor vehicle in front and the green traffic light on the Pacific Highway at the corner of Bridge Street, Pymble above it.

In my opinion, running into the back of a motor vehicle in front that was stopping at an amber or red traffic light is negligent driving and my driving was not negligent the night this motor vehicle accident occurred, being around 9 pm on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991.

The white 1974 Volvo 144 sedan that I was driving had no radio in it and no other means in it of playing music that could pose a distraction to my driving. I was not distracted by the scenery to my left or to my right between the major intersection of Mona Vale Road becoming Ryde Road with the Pacific Highway and Bridge Street, Pymble, because there was no scenery to my left or to my right of any interest that would have caught my attention.

The reason why I was caught unawares by the driver of the motor vehicle in front coming to a complete stop was that the driver of the motor vehicle in front came to a complete stop at a green traffic light on the Pacific Highway at the corner of Bridge Street, Pymble, which I did not anticipate because I had implicitly assumed without any conscious thought that the driver of the motor vehicle in front was driving in good faith towards other drivers on the road at the time, such as myself, and because I had implicitly assumed without any conscious thought that the driver of the motor vehicle in front was thereby faithfully discharging his fiduciary duty of care towards other drivers on the road at the time, such as myself.

I was wrong.

The driver of the motor vehicle in front was not driving in good faith towards other drivers on the road at the time, such as myself, and the driver of the motor vehicle in front was not thereby faithfully discharging his fiduciary duty of care towards other drivers on the road at the time, such as myself.

It is possible that as soon as I collided with this motor vehicle in front on the Pacific Highway that had come to a stop at a green traffic light at Bridge Street, Pymble, another driver who was also involved in this staged motor vehicle accident drove another motor vehicle up to the end of Bridge Street, Pymble, at the corner of the Pacific Highway and Bridge Street, Pymble, so that the presence of this other motor vehicle on the road activated the metal-detecting sensor that was presumably in the road underneath it at this end of Bridge Street, Pymble, in order to cause the green traffic light on the Pacific Highway at Bridge Street, Pymble, at which the motor vehicle with which I collided came to a stop, to turn amber and then red as quickly as possible.

This would depend on this metal-detecting sensor technology being in use in the road at the end of Bridge Street, Pymble, at the corner of the Pacific Highway and Bridge Street, Pymble, at the time this motor vehicle accident occurred at around 9 pm on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991. Although I suspect that this metal-detecting sensor technology was in widespread use in Sydney, New South Wales at this time, I cannot be certain that it was in widespread use in Sydney, New South Wales at this time and I cannot be certain that it was in use in the road at the end of Bridge Street, Pymble, at the corner of the Pacific Highway and Bridge Street, Pymble, at this time.

Since I collided with the back of this motor vehicle in front on the Pacific Highway that had come to a stop at a green traffic light on the Pacific Highway at Bridge Street, Pymble and since I was therefore in an immediate state of heightened anxiety and heightened focus on this motor vehicle accident in which I was involved, I do not have an accurate recollection of there being another motor vehicle at the end of Bridge Street, Pymble, which subsequently turned left or right onto the Pacific Highway after the green traffic light on the Pacific Highway at Bridge Street, Pymble had turned amber and then red. However, this does not mean that another motor vehicle was not involved in this staged motor vehicle accident in this manner. Probably because there were so few other motor vehicles around when this motor vehicle accident occurred, I do have a vague recollection of another motor vehicle turning right out of Bridge Street onto the Pacific Highway, after I collided with the motor vehicle in front, and of the driver of this motor vehicle turning his or her, presumably his, head to the right to look at this motor vehicle accident that had just occurred, but I cannot be certain that this is an accurate recollection.

The New South Wales registration number of the motor vehicle I was driving was JDN-504, based on my memory alone.

The motor vehicle I was driving was insured with NRMA (i.e. National Roads and Motorists’ Association), which presumably paid the claim of the owner of the other motor vehicle involved in this motor vehicle accident, presumably on the premise that I was the driver who had caused this motor vehicle accident.

One of the reasons why the driver of the motor vehicle that I ran into was likely motivated to stage this accident, apart from being involved in gang stalking by the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that was associated with Knox Grammar School in conjunction with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) on behalf of the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan, was that it likely provided him with an opportunity to upgrade the old 1970s Holden HQ utility that he was driving.

Although the damage to the rear of this motor vehicle he was driving was not extensive, it is likely that this motor vehicle was deemed a write-off by the insurer of the motor vehicle I was driving, being the NRMA, on account of the deformation of the rear of this motor vehicle he was driving being too difficult to repair.

It is likely that the driver of this motor vehicle would have been paid the full value of the motor vehicle by the insurer of the motor vehicle I was driving, being the NRMA, which would have enabled him to purchase an upgraded, replacement motor vehicle. It is likely that the amount paid to the driver of this motor vehicle would have been greater that the amount he would have received had he sold this motor vehicle in the market for used motor vehicles before this motor vehicle was damaged in this motor vehicle accident.

The following factors indicate to me that the driver of this motor vehicle was a builder’s labourer:

> the chaotic array of construction tools in the tray of this motor vehicle, including an overturned wheelbarrow

> the ordinary manner in which the driver of this motor vehicle was dressed, including ordinary pants, ordinary collared shirt and an ordinary jacket

> the advanced age of the 1970s Holden HQ utility he was driving, which would have been at least 15 years of age when this motor vehicle accident occurred on Thursday, 22nd August, 2022 and which was likely the best motor vehicle he could afford to purchase and drive as a builder’s labourer


As a builder’s labourer, the driver of this other motor vehicle involved in this motor vehicle accident fits the profile of somebody who was both involved in gang stalking by the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that was associated with Knox Grammar School in conjunction with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) on behalf of the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan and was motivated to participate in a staged motor vehicle accident in order to upgrade his motor vehicle on account of not earning a high income as a builder’s labourer.

As a result of this motor vehicle accident, the damage sustained by the white 1974 Volvo 144 sedan that I was driving included its two front headlights hanging out of their sockets by their wires due to the force of the impact and the bonnet being bent across its length at an angle of less than about 15 degrees, presumably as a result of the front bumper bar of this motor vehicle, which was a prominent and formidable safety device, being pushed into the front of this motor vehicle. I drove this motor vehicle home after this motor vehicle accident occurred. I was so mortified about having run into the back of another motor vehicle in front that I did not carefully inspect the condition of this white 1974 Volvo 144 sedan after this motor vehicle accident the next morning of Friday, 23rd August, 1991 in the light of day. However, I did look at it this next morning in the light of day. The account I have given of the damage that this motor vehicle sustained is accurate. My father arranged for this motor vehicle to be towed away late the next morning of Friday, 23rd August, 1991 and I never saw it again.

This white 1974 Volvo 144 sedan was deemed to be a write-off by the insurer of this motor vehicle, which was the NRMA, presumably because nobody wanted it to be repaired, presumably on account of its age and seemingly outdated design. If it had an engine with fuel injection, instead of an engine with carburettor, then there would have presumably been more motivation for this motor vehicle to be repaired, since the 1974 Volvo 144 sedan with an engine with fuel injection is, in my opinion, one of the best motor vehicles that has ever been manufactured.

Obviously this motor vehicle accident caused a lot of people to lose confidence in me, which was everybody who knew that I had this motor vehicle accident and everybody who knew that I ran into the back of a motor vehicle in front, including everybody in my immediate family and everybody in my extended family. Since I didn’t conceal what happened from anybody, this amounted to a lot of people, including everybody I knew and everybody who they, understandably, ended up relaying this information to conversationally.


In hindsight, all I needed to do at the time was to ask the New South Wales police to investigate which secondary school the driver of the motor vehicle into which I collided attended. I would not be surprised if it was the same secondary school that I attended, being Knox Grammar School. The manner of this driver in the aftermath of this motor vehicle accident was consistent with the manner of a former student of Knox Grammar School, which maintained an unnecessarily strict disciplinary environment. He spoke in a measured, considered manner. Despite his ordinary clothes, he had the bearing of somebody who was educated at a misguided private school like Knox Grammar School.

The School Certificate and the Higher School Certificate that are issued to secondary school students in New South Wales by the New South Wales Department of Education records the secondary school that secondary school students in New South Wales attended at the time they sat the examinations for the School Certificate and the Higher School Certificate, respectively.

How many metallic blue HQ Holden utilities that were manufactured between July, 1971 and October, 1974 (or possibly later, to cast a wider net that includes later model Holden utilities which looked similar) could there be that were registered to owners aged in their thirties (or twenties to forties to cast an unnecessarily wider net) who lived within 15 kilometres of Bridge Street, Pymble, New South Wales and which, presumably, were written off so that they no longer existed after Thursday, 22nd August, 1991 when this staged motor vehicle accident occurred?


It has taken me more than 30 years to figure out why this motor vehicle accident occurred.

I believe that I was targetted for harassment by the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School in conjunction with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) on behalf of the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan because, on paper, I fitted the profile of somebody who could figure out that the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan has subverted the Australian federal, state and territorial governments and thereby undermined the best interests of Australian citizens, to say the least.

I believe that I was also targetted for harassment by the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School in conjunction with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) on behalf of the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan for sport, as a way of mocking the kind of person I aspired to become.

The truth is that my abilities when I finished secondary school at Knox Grammar School were diminutive. I didn’t study elective History, elective Geography or elective Commerce in Year 8 to Year 10. I studied elective German, elective French and elective Music in Year 8 to Year 10. I studied 3 Unit English, 4 Unit Mathematics, 3 Unit German and 2 Unit Chemistry for the Higher School Certificate (HSC) in 1990. Objectively, I didn’t know anything about anything when I finished secondary school at Knox Grammar School. All I had was a high level of raw cognitive ability without any knowledge of any value to apply it to. I don’t believe that I was viewed as a real threat by those who identified me as a target for harassment. I believe that I was identified as a target for harassment as an expression of the power of those who identified me, which was predicated upon secrecy.

The motor vehicle accident I have described is not the only incident which has led me to this conclusion. There was another incident that occurred after the official Year 12 school year ended in late 1990, before the final Higher School Certificate (HSC) final examinations commenced in late 1990, which has also led me to this conclusion. With the benefit of hindsight, this other incident indicated to me that the phone that I used in the dwelling in which I lived at that time in 1990 was bugged, because this other incident was dependent upon my location being known in advance. Another person communicated to me on the phone in the dwelling in which I lived the location to which I was going to be travelling by motor vehicle and when I was going to travel there. This other incident occurred at that location. I have described this other incident in detail in the top 20% of the following web page:

The Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School is involved in gang stalking.


Adherents of the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan who were in my year at Knox Grammar School are Chris Stammers (who was involved in gang stalking that targetted me in late 1990 at the shops off Bannockburn Road in Turramurra), Christian Tyson (who was involved in gang stalking that targetted me in late 1990 at the shops off Bannockburn Road in Turramurra), Brett Young (who was involved in gang stalking that targetted me from 1992 to 1998, crossing my path on four occasions from 1992 to 1998) and Richard McClelland (who was involved in monitoring followers of Jesus Christ at Christ Church St Ives Anglican Church in St Ives, New South Wales in the 1990s, which I attended from May, 1991 to early 1999).

linkedin.com/in/chris-stammers-85210944/

linkedin.com/in/christian-tyson-7859a4117/

linkedin.com/in/brettyoung2/

hallchadwick.com.au/people/brett-young/

statechambers.net/brett-young

Richard McClelland is a physiotherapist who lives in South Australia.


More information about the gang stalking activities of Chris Stammers, Christian Tyson, Brett Young and Richard McClelland that were directed towards me as a target for harassment is available in the top 40% of the following web page:

The Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School is involved in gang stalking.


All four of these people in my year at Knox Grammar School, Chris Stammers, Christian Tyson, Brett Young and Richard McClelland, likely belonged to the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School.

All four of these people in my year at Knox Grammar School, Chris Stammers, Christian Tyson, Brett Young and Richard McClelland, were likely Jewish (i.e. Edomitish).

All four of these people in my year at Knox Grammar School, Chris Stammers, Christian Tyson, Brett Young and Richard McClelland, likely know who is responsible for the staged motor vehicle accident in which I was involved at around 9 pm on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991.


Adherents of the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan who were in the year above me at Knox Grammar School are Patrick Noble, Cameron Howie, Douglas Grant, Adrian Bonanni (all four of whom were all involved in gang stalking that targetted me for harassment from 1986 to early to mid 1988, when I was in Year 8 to Year 10 at Knox Grammar School) and Mark Groombridge (who was involved in monitoring followers of Jesus Christ at Christ Church St Ives Anglican Church in St Ives, New South Wales in the 1990s, which I attended from May, 1991 to early 1999).

linkedin.com/in/patricknoblezurich/

zurich.com.au/advisers/contacts/investments-team.html

Cameron Howie died in a motor vehicle ‘accident’ on 2nd May, 2003, together with his wife and daughter.

linkedin.com/in/doug-grant-ab82bb5b/

amcham.com.au/web/About_Us/Our_Staff/Web/About_Us/Our_Staff.aspx

linkedin.com/in/adrian-bonanni-400464a8/

linkedin.com/in/mark-groombridge-464a92b5/

nac.asn.au/meet-us/staff/


More information about the gang stalking activities of Patrick Noble, Cameron Howie, Douglas Grant, Adrian Bonanni and Mark Groombridge that were directed towards me as a target for harassment is available in the bottom 60% of the following web page:

The Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School is involved in gang stalking.


All five of these people in the year above me at Knox Grammar School, being Patrick Noble, Cameron Howie, Douglas Grant, Adrian Bonanni and Mark Groombridge, likely belonged to the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School.

All five of these people in the year above me at Knox Grammar School, being Patrick Noble, Cameron Howie, Douglas Grant, Adrian Bonanni and Mark Groombridge, were likely Jewish (i.e. Edomitish).

All five of these people in the year above me at Knox Grammar School, being Patrick Noble, Cameron Howie, Douglas Grant, Adrian Bonanni and Mark Groombridge, likely know who is responsible for the staged motor vehicle accident in which I was involved at around 9 pm on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991.


Postscript:

In July, 1991, at the end of the first semester of my first year at Macquarie University in 1991, I received three grades of A, B, B for the four subjects that I studied during that semester. The subject for which I did not receive a grade was ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”.

Some students in my year in Actuarial Studies had obtained the examination paper for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, from the previous year, being 1990, from a student in the year above in Actuarial Studies. They were not meant to have access to this examination paper for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, from the previous year, being 1990. It was not officially available at Macquarie University in first semester of my first year in 1991 for students studying ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, to access.

I just realised that the way this examination paper for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, from the previous year, being 1990, would have originally been obtained in an unauthorised manner is that a student who sat the examination for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, in the previous year, being 1990, would have stolen one of the examination papers for ACCG, being “Accounting 1A”, that was sitting on a desk that had not been occupied by any student in the location in which the examination for ACCG, being “Accounting 1A”, in the previous year, being 1990, was taking place.

I never saw this examination paper from the previous year, being 1990, that these students in my year in Actuarial Studies had obtained, however I learnt after the examination for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, had taken place at the end of first semester in my first year of university at Macquarie University, being 1991, and after the results were released for other subjects that students studied during this semester, that these students in my year in Actuarial Studies had obtained this examination paper from the previous year, being 1990.

I spoke with at least two of these students in my year in Actuarial Studies, two of whom were much smarter than I was and had no need to obtain this examination paper from the previous year, being 1990, in order to maximise their results in ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”.

I was very angry, to say the least.

One of these students who I spoke to, who was much smarter than I was, told me emphatically that they had no idea that the examination paper for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, in first semester of 1991 was going to be identical to the examination paper for ACCG, being “Accounting 1A”, in first semester of 1990, which is exactly what happened.

In hindsight, what this student told me is not believable.

In hindsight, I made a serious error in judgement by not questioning this student further in a conversational way and obtaining the identity of the student in the year above in Actuarial Studies who supplied the examination paper for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, from the previous year, being 1990, to these students in my year in Actuarial Studies in 1991. Since I already had a rapport with this student, it would have been very easy to obtain the identity of this student in the year above in Actuarial Studies.

I was furious, however I displayed no significant anger towards this student.

In hindsight, I made a serious error in judgement by not obtaining the identity of this student in the year above in Actuarial Studies and reporting this identity to the staff responsible for the subject of ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”.

I made these errors in judgement because I hadn’t read the Bible enough, to say the least, over the previous 8.5 years.

What would have happened is that this student in the year above in Actuarial Studies would have received severe penalties from Macquarie University and the students in my year in Actuarial Studies who obtained this examination paper from the previous year, being 1990, would probably have been let off with a very angrily delivered warning, which probably would have included shouting.

This incident sent shock waves through several hundred students in first year university at Macquarie University in 1991, including myself, who studied ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, in first semester of 1991, since I am sure that I am not the only person who was severely negatively impacted by this incident.

Patrick Noble was in the year above me at Knox Grammar School. He is a Jew (i.e. Edomite) who presumably joined the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School and presumably became a Freemason.

linkedin.com/in/patricknoblezurich/

zurich.com.au/advisers/contacts/investments-team.html


Together with five of his friends in his same year above me at Knox Grammar School, Patrick Noble harassed me in an extensive manner at Knox Grammar School from 1986 to early to mid 1988 for around two years when I was in Year 8 to Year 10 at Knox Grammar School.

I have described the extensive harassment that I experienced at Knox Grammar School by Patrick Noble and his five friends in his same year above me at Knox Grammar School in detail in the bottom 60% of the following web page:

The Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School is involved in gang stalking.


Patrick Noble had a sixth friend in his year at Knox Grammar School, who never harassed me at Knox Grammar School but who I was instinctively wary of anyway, because he was Patrick Noble’s friend. Astoundingly, when I turned up to Macquarie University in 1991 to study first year of Actuarial Studies, I noticed that this sixth friend of Patrick Noble’s from Knox Grammar School was in the year above me in Actuarial Studies. We both looked at each other and we both recognised each other. Frankly, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. I couldn’t believe that Patrick Noble’s sinister influence had seemingly followed me to my first year of Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University.

I knew immediately and instinctively that this sixth friend of Patrick Noble’s would tell Patrick Noble everything that he learned about me, such as grades that I obtained in subjects that I studied at Macquarie University, by talking to other students in my year in Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University.

I believe that it is likely that the students in my year in Actuarial Studies who obtained the examination paper for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, for the previous year, obtained it from this sixth friend of Patrick Noble’s from Knox Grammar School.

This sixth friend of Patrick Noble’s from Knox Grammar School, whose name I don’t know, who studied the first year of Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University in 1990, including the subject ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, looked like Theodore “Beaver” Cleaver from the television program “Leave It to Beaver”.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beaver_Cleaver


From this highly accurate likeness, this person can be easily identified to this very day.

As it turns out, the examination paper for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, that I sat in June, 1991, at the end of the first semester of my first year at Macquarie University in 1991, was identical to the examination paper for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, that the students in my year obtained for the previous year, being 1990, from a student in the year above in Actuarial Studies, who was likely this sixth friend of Patrick Noble’s from Knox Grammar School.

The staff at Macquarie University who marked the examination papers for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, in first semester, 1991, realised from the sky-high scores that many students had achieved in the examination that many students had obtained the examination paper for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, for the previous year, being 1990, which was identical to the examination paper for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, that was issued at the end of first semester, 1991.

Consequently, several hundred students of ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, in first semester of 1991, were required to resit the final examination for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, three weeks in to the start of second semester of 1991 in August, 1991.

I resat the final examination for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, three weeks in to the start of second semester of my first year at Macquarie University in August, 1991, which was just before I was involved in a staged motor vehicle accident at around 9 pm on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991 that was caused by the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that is associated with Knox Grammar School in conjunction with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) on behalf of the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan.

I was in good spirits for the first time in a long time after resitting the final examination for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, three weeks in to the start of second semester of my first year at Macquarie University in August, 1991, because I knew that I had done well enough in this final examination for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, to obtain a B for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”.

I was finally starting to realise that if I simply threw myself into my study at Macquarie University, despite finding it very challenging to complete the work, as a result of embarking on Actuarial Studies just 3.5 months after I finished the Higher School Certificate (HSC) in New South Wales in November, 1990, for which I worked very hard in both Year 11 and Year 12, as well as in all previous years in secondary school, that I should be able to keep up with the course and overcome any obstacles that I encountered.

(After I resat the final examination for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, I obtained a grade of B in ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”.)

As a result of being involved in a staged motor vehicle accident at around 9 pm on Thursday, 22nd August, 1991, that was caused by the Knox Lodge of Freemasonry that was associated with Knox Grammar School in conjunction with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) on behalf of the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan, I no longer had access to a motor vehicle to drive to and from Macquarie University, which was difficult to travel to and from using public transport.

I was already struggling to keep up with the workload in second semester of my first year at Macquarie University in 1991 that was associated with the five subjects I was studying, as a result of being forced to resit the final examination for ACCG100, being “Accounting 1A”, three weeks in to second semester of my first year at Macquarie University in 1991, having become burnt out from study as far back as April, 1990 in Year 12 at Knox Grammar School and wanting to quit Actuarial Studies five weeks in to first semester of my first year at Macquarie University in 1991, because I could no longer study, which my parents dissuaded me from doing in an overtly coercive manner, so that I completed the four subjects that I was studying in first semester of my first year at Macquarie University in 1991 with enormous difficulty.

The loss of a motor vehicle to drive to and from Macquarie University meant that I was no longer capable of meeting the demanding requirements of the five subjects that I was studying, which included a very confusing two-part major assignment for COMP125, being “Computing Science I”, which was about a Turing machine and which required access to a computer that I did not own, so that I needed to use the computers in the library at Macquarie University, which was difficult to travel to and from using public transport.

At the end of second semester of my first year at Macquarie University in 1991 studying Actuarial Studies, I obtained the following five grades for the five subjects that I studied in second semester of my first year at Macquarie University in 1991:

A, B, B, B, F

I obtained an F for COMP125, being “Computer Science I”.



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