My new non-fiction, Ancient Mysteries book Ancient Secrets, Future Warning is now available from Amazon in ebook and paperback form. The ISBN number for the paperback is 979-8-5331-6915-8. Here’s the book back-cover blurb:
A scientific analysis of the Great Pyramid shows that it wasn’t a tomb. Instead, it was a device created by a technologically advanced civilisation in 14,000 BC. That civilisation was later destroyed by two cataclysmic events. Further evidence, buried in our archaeological, geological and historical records, indicate that a few of its citizens survived, sheltering in the unlikeliest of arks. They passed on some of their knowledge to a priest-class, who have kept that information secret ever since, hiding it in coded stories and cryptic text. But puzzles can be solved and codes can be broken. Using science and logic, this book works out what they knew, and the purpose of those advanced devices. The results are astonishing, and could transform our understanding of the universe, and ourselves. Ghosts, alien civilisations, gods, physics, The Great Flood, Noah, Greek myths and the Garden of Eden all emerge in a new light. These revelations also come with a warning, for there is an ancient, Mesopotamian legend that tells of an imminent, global catastrophe, one that will occur when the Fox gnaws at the Ropes of Heaven. That time, according to the wheeling of the stars, is soon.
This book draws upon several articles I’ve written over the years, including an article published in Nexus magazine, as well as a previously published paperback. More info on the book, including its first chapter, is available on its own page on this website.
My new popular science book, Minds Make the World, is now available to buy from Amazon and other retailers.The ISBN number for the paperback is 979-8-5321-2232-1. It replaces my first attempt at this book, Solving Reality, which I’ve pulled as I’d made several publishing mistakes when putting it together – we live and learn! Here’s the book back-cover blurb:
In the 1930s, a group of Nobel Prize winning physicists discovered something astonishing: reality couldn’t be purely physical. Influencing minds must exist in order for reality to appear out of the quantum realm.
Minds Make the World explores these scientists’ insight. It shows a crucial fact: if things were only physical, then there would be no order in the universe. In a purely physical universe, there would be no life. We also get to see that the Big Bang is quadruply impossible, chicks have telekinetic powers and that you’ll do better in exams if you study them after you take them.
There’s also fun illustrations, including one of Dr Samuel Johnson, naked, in a virtual-reality pod, just to keep things interesting. The universe is weird; it just looks normal.
More info on the book, including its first chapter, is available on its own page on this website.
Hello. I’m Adrian Ellis. I write fiction and non-fiction on various topics. In my fiction, I do my best to be funny and imaginative. My non-fiction is different. After years of research, I’ve discovered that many aspects of the official description of ourselves, reality and the universe seems to be deeply flawed, to the point of being grossly false. To counteract this problem, I’m writing several books that will hopefully explain how the universe actually works.
Note about correspondence: In a recent email discussion, Dr Paul LaViolette notified me that one of his emails to me bounced. I’ve no idea why this happened; it’s very odd. If anyone tries to contact me and does not receive at least a first reply, then it’s because I never saw their email. If more occurs with this issue, I’ll post it here.
Legacy: For anyone that is wondering why I’m no longer running my old website, adrianellis.co.uk, I lost control of it. About five years ago, I noticed it was behaving oddly. I checked the site data and found that its IP number had been changed, from one administered by my web-hosting company to an IP number owned by an American cyber-defence contractor; defense.net. I checked my data with a unix administrator friend of mine and he confirmed my findings. I have no clear idea why this happened but I was unable to get any explanation from my web hosting provider. I therefore changed my web-hosting provider and create a new site with a new domain name. Fortunately, I still have all the articles from the old site. At the last check, the old domain is still not available to buy. If you click on it, you get nothing but a ‘non-authorised’ message. Very strange.