Day of the Fish by Shannon Dorey

After many years of studying the religion of the Dogon Tribe of Africa, writer and researcher Shannon Dorey has uncovered a deep mystery behind their sacred symbols. This is a mystery that the author maintains was deliberately and extensively suppressed in most places of the ancient world by the Inquisition and the Roman Catholic Church. In Day of the Fish,Continue Reading

The Velikovsky Heresies by Laird Scranton

Two of the first books I ever read on alternative history were Immanuel Velikovsky’s ‘Worlds in Collision’ (1950) and his follow-up Ages in Chaos¬†(1952). I still recall the thrill of excitement that I felt reading the challenging astronomical ideas his books presented. In a time when information was strictly disseminated by a tightly-controlled scientific and religious order, Velikovsky’s ideas wereContinue Reading

The Science of the Dogon by Laird Scranton

The Dogon people of Mali, West Africa, are famous for their unique art and advanced cosmology. The Dogon creation story describes how the one true god, Amma, created all the matter of the universe. Interestingly, the myths that depict his creative efforts bear a striking resemblance to the modern scientific definitions of matter, beginning with the atom and continuing allContinue Reading

Sacred Symbols of the Dogon by Laird Scranton

Through an intense fascination with the mystical beliefs and mysterious practices of the Dogon Tribe of Africa, author and researcher Laird Scranton has once again re-evaluated the original published research from the 1930s within a more modern context. Sacred Symbols of the Dogon: The Key to Advanced Science in the Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs investigates the possible connections between the symbolicContinue Reading