David Hatcher Childress (born June 1, 1957) 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.
Fig. 2.2 Liu Gang, a Chinese attorney, purchased this map from a Shanghai antique dealer in 2001. A description on the map says that it is a copy of an original 1418 Ming-dynasty map which the artist Mo Yi-tong copied in 1763.
Articles Introduction by Graham Hancock. I don’t want GRAHAMHANCOCK.COM to be exclusively a Graham Hancock site, but a place where ideas and perspectives on the past can be put forward and discussed by other writers and researchers as well — and indeed by anyone with something interesting to say and the ability to say it.
The stone head of Guatemala is a largely apocryphal artifact, something that doesn’t have a firm existence outside fringe literature. The story begins in 1987 when a lawyer named Oscar Rafael Padilla Lara, a well-known ufologist and conspiracy theorist—he’s the author of the Enciclopedia ufológica de Guatemala (1999)—published in what was then the Ancient Astronaut Society newsletter ...
The Norse Sagas say that the Aryan race descended from the gods. However, the gods did not create our material and creative culture. We made history ourselves, because the gods created us with the abilities and strength that only members of the White Aryan race possess.