Orbis = The World
Ology = Scientific Study
Orbisology is a worldwide online magazine and a belief system underlining the symbiosis of spiritualism and science. Our fundamental guiding principle is that all things, including human beings, are connected. We recognize the fact that, if Mankind evolves from superstition and intolerance and instead embraces science and compassion, we can improve this world for everyone.
Orbisology believes that we can not only change this world, we can save it.
Through our insightful, thought provoking articles and features, Orbisology is a deceleration that we are all points of a universal consciousness which is the binding force of all life. We accept that there are no gods or demons responsible for our lives. Instead we are the creators and it is our responsibility, as custodians of this planet, to work together with nature and our fellow man to bring about the coming of The New Age.
Our articles and underlining philosophy actively promote understanding of the law of attraction and of how the mind governs the universe. We embrace the principles of quantum physics, the universal adoption of alternative medicine as well as energy healing and we hold the belief that we are all actively participating in creation rather than simply passing through the universe.
Orbisology believes that education should be used as a resource for empowering students for living in a global society as responsible citizens rather than as mere consumers, workers and debtors.
To be relevant, education must foster a deeper and more harmonious form of human development and thereby reduce poverty, exclusion, ignorance, oppression and war.
Increased globalization will bring enduring tensions between the affluent and the impoverished, the universal and the individual, tradition and modernity, long-term and short-term considerations, competition and equality of opportunity, the unlimited expansion of knowledge and the limited capacity of human beings to assimilate it, and the spiritual and the material. Whatever the diversity of cultures, and systems of social organization, Orbisology propounds the view that education will play a critical role in helping the Human Race meet the universal challenge of reinventing the democratic ideal to create, and maintain, social cohesion.
Orbisology was founded by Kizzi Nkwocha and Andy Oliay
Kizzi Nkwocha made his mark in the UK as a publicist, journalist and social media pioneer. As a widely respected and successful media consultant Nkwocha has represented a diverse range of clients including the King of Uganda, mistresses of President Clinton, Amnesty International, Pakistani cricket captain Wasim Akram, campaign group Jubilee 2000, Dragons Den businessman, Levi Roots and world record teenage sailor, Michael Perham .
The Voice Newspaper voted him one of the hundred most influential black people in the UK.
Nkwocha has also become a well-known face in both radio and television. He has been the focus of a Channel 4 documentary on publicity and has hosted his own talk show, London Line, on Sky. He also co-presented a weekly current affairs programme in Spain on Radio Onda Cero International and both radio and TV shows in Cyprus.
His books have included the fiction novel, Heavens Fire, the business guide books: Business, Business, Business !, Mind Your Own Business, Insiders Know-How: Public Relations and the bestselling social media paperback, SocMed: Social Media For Business. In 2011 he won the SIPA award for social media.
Andy Oliay is a media consultant, public relations specialist, actor and poet.
At 17, he was one of the youngest to be accepted into The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in London and received a scholarship from Anna Strasberg herself. At 19 he co-starred in Cold Light of Day, a British film which went on to win the Critics Award at the Venice Film Festival in 1990.
He has appeared in numerous television programmes on UK television, including EastEnders, The Bill, Beech is Back and Law and Order. He played the part of Stuart in Sandra Goldbacher’s movie Me Without You alongside Michelle Williams and Anna Friel. Along with all of this he has appeared in several music videos for Doves, Hopscotch and Duncan James
As a public relations consultant Oliay, has joined forces with Kizzi Nkwocha. They devised ManBand – a boy band made up of men over the age of 50 which received worldwide attention. Together they represent many of today’s news worthy individuals, including Guy Goma – the wrong guy interviewed by the BBC and Michael Perham, who became the youngest person to sail the Atlantic single-handedly at the age of 14.