Comyns Beaumont’s 4th catastrophist book links British Atlanteans to mysteries of history. A BC comet strikes during war between the gods and giants. William Comyns Beaumont, also known as Comyns Beaumont, (–) was a British Comyns Beaumont started his radical revision of history with the belief , innocuous New Editions of The Riddle of the Earth; The Mysterious Comet; The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain, Britain: The Key to World History and now also. William Comyns Beaumont () was a British journalist and author. He published an extraordinary book, Britain – The Key to World History, in which.

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The subtitle of the book, M apping the F airy L andis probably a good guide on how seriously to take this book, particularly as it is by an author who hails from the land of the original Trolls. They are wrong no matter how much you look at them. Asteroids a word coined by William Herschel [] used to be known as minor planets while meteoroids is the name applied to asteroids that are less than 50 metres in diameter, although some use 10 metres as the classification threshold.

Leishman, he traveled to many countries, acquainted himself with their customs and histories. The early part of the 20th century saw the eccentric William Comyns Beaumont [ ][ ][ ] and the mysterious Hans Schlindler Bellamy [ ] both supporting the idea of Atlantis being destroyed by an encounter with an extraterrestrial object.

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InBacon published T he N ew A tlantis c cmoyns, generally accepted as a political fable, in which he located his fictional Atlantis off the west coast of America. On the one hand, however, his ideas really DO make one think! Menu Home Articles Images About.


This discovery may solve a mystery in the same region that has baffled science for over seventy years, namely, the Libyan desert glass that covers an area 60 x km. This much is certain. Thence he considers that the wall was built to help obliterate Jerusalem.

Books by Comyns Beaumont. Dr Reinoud de Jonge has written a number of articles d that drew on petroglyphs in Brittany to support his contention that the Earth had an encounter with a cometary body in BC. The authorship of the works of Shakespeare has been questioned by both Ignatius Donnelly [ ] and Beaumont [ ]. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Published June 2, The Grail, Jesus’s children and Stone Age lasers: More recently Ulf Erlingssona Swedish geographer, insisted that with a claimed probability Hill of Tara.

In the years I was closely associated with V roughlyhe never mentioned Beaumont or gave him so much as a credit in a footnote in any of his books. Christopher York marked it as to-read Nov 03, Comyns Beaumont started his radical revision of history with the belief, innocuous enough, that the lost island of Atlantis might be Britain.

A person would be more likely to enjoy this work if they neaumont both a fan of ancient and biblical history as well as a fan of the topography of Britain. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

William Comyns Beaumont

There are no reviews for the current version of this product Refreshing It was photographed and some years later the image was hailed as the first image of an UFO! DeGrazia tries to ameliorate the situation with a tenuous explanation: How might this have occurred?

I have addressed the critical questions of when, where and who, using Plato’s own words, tempered with some critical thinking and a modicum of common sense. William Comyns BeaumontE. Velikovsky Knew of Beaumont There are, beaumon, a number of cases of parallel development of ideas on record. He used his own name in on his second book, the keystone to his catastrophist theories.


There is certainly value to be gained in reading old books, even if one does not agree with the obsolete contentions. Beaumont was the first to recognize and publish the fiction of his talented niece, Daphne Du Maurier.

However, it must be noted that the Firestone hypothesis has encountered some criticism since the start of and must therefore be treated with due caution. The book is written in the form of theses over of themsummarizing his thoughts on cometary catastrophe.

Dawn Green marked it as to-read Nov 13, Planet Saturn, as a comet, caused the Noachian Deluge. Perhaps the most famous is that involving Charles Darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace, who both independently developed the main features of what has become known as the Theory of Evolution in the nineteenth century.

Enough here, at least, to withhold credit and precedence. For you to have the best experience on Lulu.

Guy Newman marked it as to-read Oct 31, Location of Infringing Material Identify each web page that allegedly contains infringing material. This item has not been rated yet. In this volume Comyns Beaumont links the British survivors of the Northern European Atlantis to significant mysteries of conventional history.

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