As many of you know, if you visit my Facebook, I had quite a health scare lately. During my recovery, I have been able to complete my 2014 website update; with the bad comes the good.
So, I am happy to say, that my new website has launched and I will be reviving my blog on Blogger, as opposed to hosting it myself. The new year has brought many opportunities for change and improvement so this is my first step towards a fantastic 2014.
2014 will bring a lot of exciting developments. First, the follow up to The Sumerian Controversy, Land of the Watchers, which will be a full length book, rather than report. I have had so many leads and revelations about the latest discoveries near the ancient city of Ur, in addition to many new mainstream reports, that it demanded a more in depth examination of the facts.
Also, I am beginning work on a book called, Evil Archaeology, where I will be exploring the archaeology behind a variety of demons and demon-like entities. I have conducted interviews with actual exorcists and plan to go into some old legends like jinn and mummy curses. It will be interesting to find cross-cultural connections and similarities. Maybe I can dig up some tangible proof of these evil entities. One thing's certain; it will be a bone-chilling ride!
Later in the spring, I am proud to announce my new radio show, Digging Deeper. I will be posting more about this soon but needless to say, I am very much looking forward to the chance to interview some my friends, colleagues, and a lot of new people too!
Summer will bring a new dig season and more opportunities to explore. My hope is that through STAR, I will be able to engage a lot more people in the quest to search for clues about humanity's past. Through STAR, there will be opportunities for guided tours, online class, conferences, workshops, and more.
Lastly, I will be starting work on my feature length documentary film toward the end of this year. I am not at liberty yet to go in to more details on what it's about, but I think it's safe to say, it will be out of this world.
So, buckle up! 2014 has launched and looks to be a stellar year of exploration and discovery!