About Simon (Svoreign) Edward Jepps
Simon Edward Jepps
, also known as Svoreign
in the spiritual world and Dr. Nürburg
in the blues world, (born 29th November 1978), is a musician, songwriter, poet, philosopher and spiritual counsellor from Somerset, England. He often works as a lounge Pianist, playing styles such as jazz, blues and classical. He also plays Accordion, Transylvanian Kaval and sings. Please contact
him for more information if you require a lounge pianist
or general musician
Simon (Svoreign) Jepps is passionate about artistic and spiritually grounding creativity. Amongst his creative works, such as poetry, music and philosophy
, Svoreign has also invented a fabulous Chess variant, Jeppseirawan, which not only greatly improves on orthodox Chess but magnificently increases the number of possible game scenarios and magically logical puzzles. This game was created to be spiritually grounding and embraces diversity of world cultures
, such as American Indianism, Hinduism and is designed to speak for all philosophies by being a catalyst of his own.
Simon (Svoreign) Jepps is at the forefront of supporting the harmonization process of inter-religious diversity and cooperation, and works to encourage religious diversity, creativity and cooperation
in accordance with his philosophy, particularly to help bring such religious diversity to remote areas if possible. Svoreign is a Jeppsian Monk, from Somerset, England.
Svoreign wishes to help the world overcome its collective mental block of religious integration. Implementing The Holy Truce
as an anchor into the world's conscience, he believes that the world can gain a better understanding of what it means to be a multi-religious world
, how it can be realised as truth and without sacrificing anything but our mere inability to be friends. His book's fundamental message, "One God but many faces, one message but many ways"
, is the doorway which leads to an abundantly spiritually creative planet... and beyond.
Aside from spiritual diversity, creativity and integration, Svoreign also reflects on his own, personal philosophy, which is described in The Jeppsian Book Of The Living
and considers himself a "Jeppsian" in that context. Svoreign considers himself not a "God is this, God is that philosophy", but a philosophy of truth
which, like all truthful philosophies, can interflow with others alike. It is not in his nature to seek any authoritarian style of practice such as 'final-prophet-religions', since he does not acknowledge the term 'final prophet' as harbouring any sense, and so he adamantly does not want to give that impression. Jeppsism, or commonly Svoreignity, is the name given to his philosophy.