Redating the sphinx
Among other things, I believe that the nineteenth-century British astronomer Richard Proctor may have been correct when he hypothesized that the base or lower portion of what was to become the Great Pyramid served as an astronomical observatory before the superstructure was built.(Also published in Russian and Spanish.) Voyages of the Pyramid Builders discusses pyramids around the globe, using this as an entrée to discuss the issue of transoceanic contact in ancient (pre-Columbian) times.This book is available for order on Amazon and Barnes & Noble (among other sites), and is now out in not only English, but also Italian, German, Romanian, and Polish.(Note: The foreign language editions have different cover designs.) “Schoch is a true scientist, following the data wherever it leads, heedless of political pressures or worn-out paradigms.This book expertly summarizes their case and its triumphant vindication in the 12,000-year-old sanctuary of Göbekli Tepe.The question is no longer whether they are right but where archaeology should go from here.” – Joscelyn Godwin, author of Atlantis and the Cycles of Time: Prophecies, Traditions, and Occult Revelations The Parapsychology Revolution is an anthology that I put together with Logan Yonavjak.Recent paleontological and biological discoveries have deepened our understanding of their evolution and in some cases have made previous theories obsolete. Using an approach based on cladistics, the authors consider both living and extinct ungulates.
I discuss the physical structure of the Great Pyramid and various theories and interpretations as to why it was built and when.After critically analyzing the evidence, I have come to the conclusion that there was contact across both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans in ancient times.