Wireless Transmissions and Martian Deception
On Halloween Eve, October 30, 1938, actor and writer, Orson Welles established the most famous connection ever between Mars and wireless technology. But it was far from the most provocative. The broadcast of H.G. Wells, War of the Worlds (1898), scared the pants off at least one million Americans, especially in the northeast United States. Orson Welles changed H.G. Wells’ place names from England to New York and rendered the broadcast in the manner of a live eyewitness. By doing so, the program transfixed its listeners. Wireless technology in its then most … Read More
Victorian Visions of Mars
“The best scientist is open to experience and begins with romance – the idea that anything is possible.” – Ray Bradbury
Readers may recall the astronomer Percival Lowell (1855-1916) who, with the aid of his trusty telescope, first wrote about (and drew so creatively) the canals of Mars. Whatever he lacked in scientific precision he made up for with an astronomical imagination. Indeed, Lowell was a giant in planetary astronomy. His most notable scientific achievement is associated not with Mars, but with another far more distant planetary body. During his professional life, Lowell searched meticulously for … Read More
Yesterday, in collaboration with REMA Marketing in London, U.K., we published SUPERNATURAL AMERICA, which is a refomatting and representation of material from Power Quest Book One. It’s sub-title is The Tragedy of the United States.
The set of five reports has considerable eye appeal. It has been developed to reach both believers and unbelievers with the alternative history of America. Each report includes a considerable number of illustrations to make the material highly accessible to readers, especially those drawn to read information on the Internet.
Please click HERE for a link to the web site. Also note the many … Read More