Redating the sphinx
We discuss the serious scientific studies of the paranormal and include selections from fourteen seminal papers, 1886 through 2007, by major figures in the field, plus 100 pages of commentary.For more about my interest in this fascinating field, go to the Research Highlights page on this website.After critically analyzing the evidence, I have come to the conclusion that there was contact across both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans in ancient times.In Voyages I also discuss the impacts and close flybys of comets in historic and prehistoric times that may have affected early civilizations and perhaps spurred long-range migrations.
I am proud to add that my wife Katie designed the photo insert and co-designed the book's beautiful cover.Schoch is no scaremonger, no hawker of a pet theory.What we do with this knowledge is up to us, but once digested, it changes everything.” – Joscelyn Godwin, Ph.Among other things, I believe that the nineteenth-century British astronomer Richard Proctor may have been correct when he hypothesized that the base or lower portion of what was to become the Great Pyramid served as an astronomical observatory before the superstructure was built.(Also published in Russian and Spanish.) Voyages of the Pyramid Builders discusses pyramids around the globe, using this as an entrée to discuss the issue of transoceanic contact in ancient (pre-Columbian) times.
This book is available for order on Amazon and Barnes & Noble (among other sites), and is now out in not only English, but also Italian, German, Romanian, and Polish.