Joseph A. Garduno (Dr.
A. Garduno was born in Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico.
He spent his early years there and in Taos.
Dr. Joe is the president of The College of Divine
Metaphysics - he is an ordained minister, a
paramilitary chaplain, and a published author.
Joe lived in Glendora, California for over
forty years, where he worked as a civil engineer.
He has an extensive background in philosophy and
psychology; he is a graduate of the National College
of Chaplains, an institution that includes members
of every denomination in the Armed forces. He served
as the California State Commander for all Chaplains
in the state, where he held the rank of Major General.
Dr. Joe and his wife Rosie have been married for
over fifty years. They recently moved back to New Mexico (P 0 Box 285, Arroyo Hondo, NM 87513).
Dr. Joe has written
numerous books, including:
Arroyo Hondo, a story about his home town
Museum for a President - JFK
A Spiritual Journey to the Land of Enchantment,
a book about the concept of God
Memories of the Sangre deCristo Mountains, a story about New Mexico
Moe, a true story about a smart chimpanzee
Ann Gordon (Dr. Ann)
is a teacher, editor, writer, consultant,
webmaster and avid student of metaphysical philosophy.
Born and raised in Utah, she earned her Bachelor's
degree in English and her Master's degree in Computer
Information Systems. She has worked as a classroom teacher, computer instructor, editor, technical writer, and instructional designer. Ann has created over twelve websites and two blogs. She has published articles in
magazines, has co-authored several books, and is
currently working on several more book projects.
In 1988 Ann began studying metaphysics in earnest and has studied metaphysics and the Law of Attraction every day since.
In 1990, she started editing and digitizing the
courses and catalogs for The College of Divine Metaphysics.
Perspective of Raising Children course and the History
of Metaphysics study. In 2000, she built
this website to help spread the word about the school.
In 2003, she became the Advisor and Vice-President, and in 2006 she
became the Director of the Online Division. She
still lives in Utah, where she works as a writer and editor (P O Box 910, Moab UT 84532).