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Norman J. Penny

A career in the telecoms industry in UK and global roles has been paralleled by volunteer activities in the engineering profession culminating in chairmanship of the Council of the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) from 2006 to 2008. He is currently a Fellowship and Professional Registration Assessor for the IET.

In the 1950s he saw the Boar Stone at Knocknagael, a few miles from his home in Inverness - the beginning of the life-long "intrigue" of Pictish Stones. He found that a background in engineering encouraged logical analysis and in management encouraged synthesis - helping to make the connections between the Symbols on the Stones and the Mysteries of Mithras.

The author is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering & Technology, and of the Chartered Management Institute. His research and this discovery are, however, as an "independent researcher".


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