Manage episode 241390421 series 1429834
Before entering university, Wal had been inspired by the wide-ranging forensic style of Immanuel Velikovsky’s iconoclastic best-selling book, Worlds in Collision. The irrational response of American astronomers resulting in a modern-day ‘book burning’ taught him to be skeptical of expert opinions. Wal has achieved a broad synthesis of ideas he calls ‘THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE,’ in collaboration with David Talbott. It was first presented at a world conference in Portland, Oregon, on January 1997. A booklet and CD with that title were produced. Workshops and conferences were subsequently held in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. Wal became the main contributor to a free Internet newsletter ‘THOTH,’ and was invited several times a year to speak in the US. He has presented at conferences in the USA, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East. He has published two books with David Talbott (author of The Saturn Myth)—the first titled 'Thunderbolts of the Gods' and the second, 'The Electric Universe,' on the combined subjects of the recent history of the solar system and the electrical nature of the universe.
Music By Chronox at www.chronoxofficial.com
Guitar By Bundy