Michael Cremo is the author of Forbidden Archeology and is a member of the World Archeological Congress and the European Association of Archaeologists as well as an associate member of the Bhaktivedanta Institute specializing in history and philosophy of science.
Since 1992, Stephen Mehler has worked with and been a student of, Egyptian-born Egyptologist and indigenous wisdom keeper, Abd’El Hakim Awyan, popularly known as Hakim. Stephen has written two books, The Land of Osiris and From Light Into Darkness: The Evolution Of Religion In Ancient Egypt, based on his 14 years of work with Hakim and Stephen’s almost 40 years of research in the area.
In the early 1990s, Dr. Robert Schoch stunned the world with his revolutionary research that recast the date of the Great Sphinx of Egypt to a period thousands of years earlier than its standard attribution. In demonstrating that the leonine monument has been heavily eroded by water despite the fact that its location on the edge of the Sahara has endured hyper-arid climactic conditions for the past 5,000 years.
John DeSalvo, PhD, biophysicist, is a former college Professor and Dean of Student Affairs. He has researched ancient mysteries and the paranormal for over 30 years and has appeared numerous times on TV, including five episodes of Ancient Aliens, the Nostradamus Effect series, and America Unearthed.
Author, lecturer and guide, John Anthony West delivered a seismic shock to archaeology in the early 1990s when he and Boston University geologist Dr. Robert Schoch revealed that the Great Sphinx of Giza, Egypt, showed evidence of rainfall erosion. Such erosion could only mean that the Sphinx was carved during or before the rains that marked the transition of northern Africa from the last Ice Age to the present interglacial epoch, a transition that occurred in the millennia from 10,000 to 5000 BC.
Graham Hancock is a British writer and journalist. Hancock specializes in unconventional theories involving ancient civilization, stone monuments or megaliths, altered states of consciousness, ancient myths and astronomical/astrological data from the past.
Colin Henry Wilson was a prolific English writer who first came to prominence as a philosopher and novelist. He also wrote widely on true crime, mysticism and the paranormal. Wilson called his philosophy “new existentialism” or “phenomenological” existentialism,” and maintained that his life work was “that of a philosopher, and (his) purpose to create a new and optimistic existentialism”
David Hatcher Childress is an American author, and the owner of Adventures Unlimited Press, a publishing house established in 1984 specializing in books on unusual topics such as ancient mysteries, unexplained phenomena, alternative history and historical revisionism. Childress refers to himself as a “rogue archaeologist”.
From 1923 to 1951, Edward Leedskalnin single-handedly and secretly carved over 1,100 tons of coral rock, and his unknown process has created one of the world’s most mysterious accomplishments. To this day, no one knows how Ed created the Coral Castle. Built under the cover of night and in secret, at a time when there were no modern construction conveniences, Ed would only say that he knew “the secret of the pyramids.” When he died, his secrets died with him, and to this day scientists and thinkers still debate Ed’s methods.