Summer is here and, just like the Heretic Magazine Issue 10, it is hot, steamy and something you have no doubt eagerly awaited for weeks. I know I have.
As you delve into our latest assortment of heretical holiday companions, remember that we call our magazine the Heretic because heresy is how we keep our sanity in a world where media and puppet masters create the agenda and manipulate the masses. Heresy is how we fight back. Heresy is good.
I am especially excited about Heretic Magazine Issue 10, for it includes my latest article, and one that I was inspired to write after I toured Mexico last year, and began studying the curious, Book of Mormon.
You’ve seen the musical, now feast on the facts. In From Mesopotamia to Mesoamerica; Hunting for History in the Book of Mormon, I comb the pages of the controversial Latter-Day Saint text in search of irrefutable proof that the peculiar tale actually does chronicle elements of real history. What I have uncovered may surprise you. It surprised me.
As always, you can check out the latest Heretic Magazine content here: http://thehereticmagazine.com/buy/
The Heretic Magazine Issue 9 is out, and I am very excited about this issue; fabulous insights from the some of the worlds most renowned and innovative voices.
You can watch my video editorial introducing the new issue here.
And of course each article is minted with the luscious designs of The Heretic Magazine Creative Director, Mark Foster.
I am also proud to debut my research into the magical Mesopotamian cultures and their veneration of the bee. Might the ‘bag’ that Assyrian and other ancient cultures around the world portrayed in their reliefs be related to bees? I explore that possibility in my latest article.
I hope you can check it out. You can purchase The Heretic Magazine Issue 9 here.
I always enjoy sitting down with Capricorn TV host, James Swager, and on this occasion I found myself speaking about all sorts of things, from the Book of Mormon, to Zecharia Sitchin, Atlantis, and of course bees. I hope you can check it out.
Being interviewed for Capricorn Radio
I am very pleased that Series 3 of Bruce Burgess’s ‘Forbidden History’ is finally on air. Like all documentaries, you film your bits and then wait for ages – often 6 months or longer – before the show debuts.
Presenting in Forbidden History Series 3
The fascinating series is of course presented by Jamie Theakston, who along with his contributors, uncovers the startling truth behind great myths, historical legends, conspiracy theories, ancient treasures, lost civilisations and war time secrets.
I hope you enjoy watching the six episodes as much as I enjoyed contributing to them.
Look for Forbidden History on the UK Yesterday Channel each Friday at 9pm, London time.
Also look for the show, in due course, in other countries, such as the AHC Channel in the U.S.
Lastly, here is a picture of me on the set with fellow presenter, Father Lionel Fanthorpe. All that separates us is about a foot in height, a bit of hair and a collar. Seriously, I have been a big fan of Lionel’s work for years.
With Father Lionel Fanthorpe on the set of Forbidden History
I am pleased to announce that Series 2 of the six-part documentary, ‘What on Earth’ starts on Tuesday the 26th of January, at 9PM (EST), on the U.S. Science Channel, and runs for 6 weeks. As with Series 1, I appear in each episode of the fascinating show.
I love the format of the program, which allows me to explore anomalous satellite images and investigate the curious truth behind them, such as Episode One of the new series, which includes “Desperate signs from lost veterans in Vietnam captured by satellite. A fleet of massive ships stranded in the middle of a vast desert. Strange walls stretching vast distances across Northern California. Just what on earth are they?”
I hope you can tune in and catch some of the show.