"I particularly enjoyed the humorous aspects of your childhood and gained great respect for your innate ability to explore challenges and turn adversity into a prosperous and stimulating adventure.

The book will be circulated within our circle of family and friends and I am eager to hear their feedback. The text is both clever and witty and I was disappointed when page 141 was reached."

- Theresa - Creative Director


"I must say that once I starting reading I could not put the book down. I got hooked and to walk with you through the pages, as you took us along with you as you navigated through life's ups and downs, with a lovely sense of humour and yet with a deep profound spiritual like through your preparation and then maturing into the great person you are.

I found it inspiring and well written and yet stimulating as you sent us on our own course using the book as a companion to help us navigate our own course through life.

Your insights into the "churchianity" and christianity are spot on and it makes sense when Christ says His yoke is light and His burden easy. The churches have taken it onto themselves by hiding this simple truth behind dogma, etc making people feel guilty about things you don't need to feel guilty about to give themselves power to manipulate the masses.

Your book gives one the guidelines to navigate through this myriad of rules and show the way clear so we can reach our own full potential.

Well done and I hope and pray this book will be read by many and give the the enlightenment they need."

- Deks - Dentist


"It is a brave thing to pen an autobiography as so little of one's life and experience can be committed to paper if we are not to fill a whole library with books!! And even that little will be read by each reader from his or her particular viewpoint and seen in a light other than that of the writer. We're a vulnerable breed!!

To share yourself and your unique viewpoint can only add enlightenment to the insights of others, all of which lends enormous fascination to our understanding of and experience of the human community and our interconnectedness.

Thank you so much for taking the plunge by going into print. I am sure many will enjoy the charm of the stories you tell"

- Harry - Anglican Priest


"I would like to thank you sincerely for the privilege of being one of the fortunate ones to get to read The Navigator.

I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed the book and concur with the adage that "We are spiritual beings enjoying an earthly experience"."

- Tony


"The Navigator is an engaging and amusing journey through the eyes of Raymond Kros.

It focuses on his life and personal philosophy, with some particularly interesting thoughts on the role of the Church in the history of South Africa and its effect on South Africa as a whole. The journey through his long and interesting life allows him to reflect upon what he has experienced and what he has seen.

His book may well be useful not only because of the wisdom therein but also because it encourages you to reflect upon your own personal journeys through life."

- Mark


bk01The first book, Space Station Earth, was published in 1993.

This is a loving and friendly book that gives the author’s understanding of why we are on this planet and what we can do to enjoy the stay.

bk02The second book,
A Soul Called Raymond
, shares with the reader a loving view on life and about a loving God, not the angry and vengeful God that some religions choose to profess.

It also gives answers to frequently asked questions about life & death.

bk03The third book,
The Navigator
, is an autobiography by Raymond Kros.

He tells of his life’s journey and why he has decided to make it his mission to challenge the teachings of the church which he believes do not teach the true teachings of Jesus Christ.