Road – News Archive

Road – News: December 20, 2011

Road – news    December 20, 2011 Atlantis Found! My involvement with so much of the mysteries of the ancient world began in the early 1990s, when I was entrusted with the material of a Belgian historian, Marcel Mestdagh. Almost twenty years later, New Page books’ anthology Exposed, Uncovered & Declassified: Lost Civilizations & Secrets Of the Past gave me the opportunity to relive Mestdagh’s …

Road – News: November 28, 2010

Road – news    November 28, 2010 World Explorers in China I was pleasantly surprised to see, last night, that the newsstand section of Barnes & Nobles stocks “World Explorer Magazine”, run by my good friend David Hatcher-Childress. The latest issue of World Explorer Magazine (Vol. 5. No. 8) features my article on the pyramids of China, as well as a most interesting article by …

Road – News: December 12, 2009

Road – news    December 12, 2009 Going Underground The December-January issue (January-February for US) of NEXUS Magazine is running my feature article – inspiring the cover artwork – on the latest discoveries on the Giza Plateau. Specifically, the latest discoveries made by British author/researcher Andy Collins are highlighted, as he has entered a long-lost tomb, which may give access to other parts of the …

Road – News: December 21, 2008

Road – news    December 21, 2008 Terra Preta could reverse global warming Ancient techniques pioneered by pre-Columbian Amazonian Indians are about to be pressed into service in Britain and Central America in the most serious commercial attempt yet to reverse global warming. Trials are to be started in Sussex and Belize early in 2009, backed with venture capital from Silicon Valley, on techniques to …

Road – News: December 1, 2006

Road – news    December 1, 2006 Crystal Conference Call On December 6, Ellie Crystal and I will have a conference event, titled “How Ancient Philosophies Help Define Our Current Lives”. Over recent months, I have been working together with a number of people who share my enthusiasm in trying to make past religions understandable and applicable to us and today’s society. Several decades ago, …

Road – News: November 14, 2005

Road – news    November 14, 2005 Ten years… Last weekend, Herman Hegge and I organised and were amongst more than a dozen of speakers at the Frontier Symposium 2005. This year’s conference was special, if only because it was the celebration of ten years of our organisation and occurred for the first time over two consecutive days. It was made extra special because of …

Road – News: December 27, 2004

Road – news    December 27, 2004 Ancient Peru site older, much larger Caral, the oldest city in the Americas, is actually a much larger complex of as many as 20 cities with huge pyramids and sunken plazas sprawled over three river valleys. The society and its people — known only as the Andeans — persisted in virtually the same form for 1,200 years before …

Road – News: March 1, 2012

Road – news    March 1, 2012 Atlantis Rising Visits a French Grail Chapel Issue 92 (March-April 2012) of Atlantis Rising is running my article on The Priest of the Grail, the story of the Grail Chapel in Brittany’s Trehorenteuc, and claims they have been rediscovered. Other articles are by Frank Joseph on the Maya, Tony Bushby on animated Egyptian statues, and other articles on …

Road – News: Atlantis Rising

Road – news    March 1, 2012 Atlantis Rising Visits a French Grail Chapel Issue 92 (March-April 2012) of Atlantis Rising is running my article on The Priest of the Grail, the story of the Grail Chapel in Brittany’s Trehorenteuc, and claims they have been rediscovered. Other articles are by Frank Joseph on the Maya, Tony Bushby on animated Egyptian statues, and other articles on …