On 4 March 2016 I will be giving a solo presentation of my latest research in Sedone, Arizona! For information on this event, please see the World Viewz Media website.
On 30 April 2016 I will be speaking in Lennestadt, Germany, at The Secrets of The Sphinx Conference. For information on this event, please see the Galileo-Park website.
Recently many people have asked me my thoughts concerning the comet hypothesis for the beginning of the Younger Dryas. In my assessment, the evidence does not support it. I think our Sun was the culprit. For more information, see my comments here.
Please see the links below for travel opportunities!
Coming soon, our new non-profit "Organization For The Research of Ancient Cultures"!
I'm very proud to mention that on 28 November 2014 I was awarded (in recognition of my ongoing research on ancient civilizations) the title of Honorary Professor at the Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy in Varna, Bulgaria.
The Wonders of Ancient Egypt Tour!
(Rethinking the Paradigm II)
May 20th – June 2nd, 2016
Please click the link above for an itinerary of the trip (PDF) with contact information for the organizers included.
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