Author of the Month

Connecting a Global Flood with the Mystery of Mankind's Ancient Past
By David Warner Mathisen

Books by David Warner Mathisen

The Mathisen Corollary

The Mathisen Corollary


David Warner Mathisen

Please welcome for January 2012 Author of the Month David Warner Mathisen, author of The Mathisen Corollary, a book which explores how a specific catastrophic flood theory may have important implications for a wide range of mysteries about mankindís ancient past. David is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, the United States Armyís Ranger School, and Texas A&M University, where he earned a Masters degree in Literature prior to returning to teach at the Academy.

He believes that good analysis is critically important, whether analyzing a tactical situation, a work of literature, a crime scene, a potential investment, or the geological features in the world around us.

Thank you for having me -- it’s a real privilege to have the opportunity to share my work on this forum. Graham Hancock has obviously done a tremendous amount to illuminate huge portions of human history and human experience which have been overlooked or deliberately ignored by the academic world in recent times, and his ongoing efforts are an inspiration to everyone who realizes that the conventional storyline is leaving something out and who wish to know the truth (or at least bring us closer to the truth rather than further and further away from it).

His introduction in the “Forum” section of this website, in which he states that he wants to create a space that is “not exclusively a Graham Hancock site, but a place where ideas and perspectives on the past can be put forward and discussed by other writers and researchers as well -- and indeed by anyone with something interesting to say and the ability to say it” is gracious and commendable, because it really seems pretty clear that the unraveling of the mystery will take a lot of different people with lots of different gifts and talents and life experiences all working together, sharpening and challenging one another’s thoughts and theories, and bringing different perspectives to bear on the questions, and I’m looking forward to sharing in that conversation.

You, dear fellow-reader and fellow-contributor to this discussion, are also to be commended, because you are taking the time to wrestle with and add your perspectives and insights regarding what really is a critically important subject, a subject which – although it often deals with mankind’s most ancient past – is vitally important to where we find ourselves at this moment in history, and vitally important to the future of mankind. Although it probably seems to you (as it does to me) that one could hardly avoid being interested in such a subject matter, in fact some people still are unaware of the gaping holes in the conventional theories, and live their lives without realizing that evidence such as that discussed in this site and in the books and work of “alternative theorists” even exists.

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