March 13, 2014

The Sumerian Controversy

Hello everyone!

As you know, my work has had to take a back seat for a bit so I can focus on my health. Still, I am honored to see that after almost a year since its release, The Sumerian Controversy is still going strong at #1 on the Amazon bestseller list in its category. 

Seeing signs like this keeps me focused on getting well and getting my research out! 

Thank you all for your support, both in my life and my work. 


  1. Just read your booklet. If you post a screenshot of the Facebook-Message you got from the Iraqi, that would support your case.

    1. Thank you for your advice. You have a good point. The problem is that initially, I didn't think that it was going to turn out to be that important so I didn't think to get a screenshot. I have since learned to not take anything lightly and I save all of my emails, messages, etc.

      I have gone back to the message in Facebook and since Facebook saves everything, and I still have it. The only problem is that the man's profile is gone so the picture is only showing a generic Facebook avatar. At this point, I think if I were to take a screenshot, it wouldn't help too much because people would probably just say it was Photoshopped

      Establishing credibility is vitally important. At the end of the day, I did not handle the story as well as I would have liked at first. I jumped in and just started following things in a very naive way. I have since learned to be more suspicious and cynical, attributes that may seem negative, but in the end, I think will help me to make a far better case.

      In the follow-up, Land of the Watchers, I have taken the advice of many of my readers, learned a lot from my mistakes, and I have been more careful about how I approach the information. I hope it will show moving forward.

      Thanks for your thoughtful input!