SESH HERI WRITING NEW BOOKJanuary 9, 2007
One of the advantages to being a revisionist author is that it makes one known to other members of that community. While I am even by revisionist standards obscure, I've nonetheless managed to meet some very interesting people since my first book in this field, The Giza Death Star, appeared a few years ago.
One of these people is a man by the name Sesh Heri, author of an entertaining, and thought provoking, novel about Nikola Tesla called Wonder of the Worlds (Available from Lost Continent Library, whose publisher is yet another friend and contact in that alternative revisionist community whom I've been privileged to meet). Well, I've just received a manuscript of Heri's newest book, a non-fiction book, and the subject is both entertaining and very thought-provoking.....
While I don't feel at liberty to disclose its subject, I can say that I am strongly agreed with it in some parts, and strongly disagreed with it in others. Anyone can say that of another's work, I know, but in this case I say it because of the profundity of our disagreement, and because I nonetheless believe the book to contain a thematic idea crucial to the proper understanding of aspects of physics most people have scarcely given a second thought to. His idea is one of those scintillating brilliant ideas based on the astute observation of very obvious things, and a mind willing to ask the right questions.
All this to say I hope any readers of my blogs will obtain Heri's new book when it appears with Adventures Unlimited Press. The book's title is The Handprint of Atlas, and trust me, it's worth obtaining.