This web site is a collection of personal thoughts. They are not religious tracts nor are they scientific theses. Some you will find strange. Some you will find controversial. Most you will find unconventional. It is my hope that you will find them all thought provoking.
One of the great joys of the Internet is that, after many centuries of censorship, small and controversial ideas can be made available to a very large audience. You may dispute that there is still censorship of ideas, but you would be wrong. Unfortunately bigotry, censorship and misinformation are alive and well - not only in established religious and political thought, but in science as well.
Lorraine Evans in her book Kingdom of the Ark sums the problem up very well:
The fact that I had unearthed so many pieces of evidence, archaeological and historical, to show Egyptian settlement in the British Isles raised one question. Why had this all been ignored in academic circles? One of the main reasons, I felt, was that if such information was readily accepted then academia would rapidly have to rewrite huge chunks of history. This would throw certain traditional ‘historical facts’ into tremendous doubt. It is important to stress that many academics' careers are based on these ‘facts’ and to disprove them overnight would make these people redundant. During the research for this book, I soon discovered that some academics were quite willing to share their work off the record, but when it came to committing it to print they soon backed down and a wall of silence greeted me. None of them, it appeared, wanted to put their jobs on the line, to tell the truth. The sad reality of the matter is that we are relying on these people to tell us our history, but they seem content to operate under a veil of academic censorship.
As Voltaire said:
I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.
or to put it another way:
Everyone has the right … to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 19
For this reason I have included links to other web sites. Many have similar ideas. Some are the exact opposite. Some are just included as an excellent example of bigotry. The links are simply there to encourage you to think.
This site has only just begun. It is still very much under development at the moment, but feel free to browse what little there is.