As most of you know, there are a lot of wild things going on in the world right now. Years ago, when I started my quest for truth about ancient mysteries, I was in a very different mindset. My fascination with these topics started when I was young but in a way so seemed the rest of the world. It was a simpler time; a time when Time Life’s Mysteries of the Unknown series could still beguile and provoke the curious of all ages. Stemming from the fascination of my youth, I’ve spent my studies trying to locate any credible or new information about these so-called mysteries of the unknown. Sadly, while trying to find El Dorado, uncover the secrets of Stonehenge, or the mysteries beneath the Sphinx and Giza Pyramids, (of which there are many and soon they will be revealed), I have lost some level of innocence. The more I research and the more I speak to people around the world, I have found that these mysteries are not necessarily all still unsolved because someone hasn’t simply “discovered” some new data or missing piece of the puzzle. No. The truth is, some of humanity’s greatest mysteries have either already been solved then hidden from the public, or are currently being researched by an elite few chosen people, usually backed by multi-national corporations.
Many of you have been on this journey with me and may remember in older interviews I seemed skeptical of many of the theories presented by either the host or their callers. I can now say with great certainty that I have seen behind the veil. As a result, I’ve had to take a step back and gather myself. Finding out how deep the rabbit hole actually goes was jarring. While I am still fascinated by ancient sites and civilizations, I now see them through what academia refers to as a different “lens.” This new lens is both a blessing and a curse. It is like eating from the tree of knowledge, only to realize you can never go back to the innocence lost. The more your research “alternative” history and alt-arch, the more you realize that we are indeed living in a simulated universe. Who are the engineers?
This has been a roller-coaster ride, but no one ever said “waking up” was easy. Now, with all of the geopolitical changes we are facing, I feel it is more important than ever before to ramp up research into some of the most pressing issues today. What significant role can a historian play in the analysis of topics such as the Mandela Effect, Aliens, Moon Landings, Underground Bases, Geoengineering, etc.? Let’s just say, you are about to find out. As the French poet Jacques Yonnet once said, “A historian is a kind detective in search of the fact — remote or otherwise - that brings to a set of events apparently unconnected with each other, the link that unites them, their justification, their logic."1
1 Jacques Yonnet, Rue des Maléfices: Chronique Secrète d'une Ville (Paris: Libretto, 2012).