Maurice Cotterell, B.A.(Hons) MCMI I.Eng MIET, is an author, engineer and scientist. In 1989, while working at Cranfield University as Head of Electrical & Communications Engineering, he found a way of calculating the duration of magnetic reversals on the Sun. Using this knowledge he was able to break the secret codes of ancient sun-worshipping civilizations and understand how the Sun affects life on Earth. He has written 11 books—including 7 international best-sellers and 3 museum pieces—on ancient sun-worshipping civilizations, science-and-spirituality, and several scientific papers.
In the first half, on what would have been the 71st birthday of Jim Morrison, photographer and filmmaker Frank Lisciandro recalled Morrison's life, his work with the Doors, and some of the media distortions, and myths that have clouded the memory of the late singer and poet.
In the latter half, engineer and... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, John B. Wells welcomed investigative reporter Greg Hunter, who provided updates and analysis on several current events. Next, scientist Maurice Cotterell discussed the the sun's recent pattern of activity.More » Host: John B. Wells
In the first hour, investigative reporter
George Knapp was joined by author Maurice Cotterell, who detailed his research into gravity and how it relates to astrology, reincarnation, and the nature of God.More » Host: George Knapp
Author Maurice Cotterell spoke about the solar minimum and the historical implications of sunspot activity on civilization.
Engineer and scientist Maurice Cotterell discussed his research into sun spots and solar cycles, and how they affect history, evolution, and the rise and fall of civilizations. The Chinese first observed sunspots more than 3,000 years ago, and were aware of their 11-year cycle, he said. Additionally, there are sun cycles lasting 187 years, and 18,000 years, Cotterell explained. Periods with... More »Host: George Noory
Author and scientist Maurice Cotterell spoke about his research into the enigmatic force of gravity, and its underpinnings on a molecular level.More » Host: George Noory
During the second hour, engineer and scientist Maurice Cotterell shared his theory based on ancient holy books about the purpose of the universe, which he said is here to facilitate God's growth.More » Host: Ian Punnett
Engineer, scientist, and author Maurice Cotterell shared his theories gleaned from the codes of ancient civilizations and also touched on his recent work on gravity. The universe, he said, is here to facilitate God's growth.More » Host: Art Bell
Author Maurice Cotterell shared his knowledge of ancient encoded secrets and the Holy Grail.More » Host: George Noory
Engineer and scientist Maurice Cotterell returned to talk about the codes he has uncovered in ancient civilizations. By examining their objects, artifacts, and paintings and subjecting them to computer analysis he has made a variety of extrapolations.More » Host: George Noory
Saturday's main guest, author Maurice Cotterell revealed that the 28-day Sun cycle regulates fertility on Earth and determines the personality of developing fetuses in the womb. This explains (as astrology claims) why people born in the same period have similar personality traits.More » Host: Art Bell
Author and scientist Maurice Cotterell discussed his study of solar cycles, which led him to various discoveries about the secret codes of ancient civilizations. Periods of higher radiation (more sunspots) lead to more fertility but also more disease, while during lower radiation cycles there are ice ages and less fertility, he... More »Host: George Noory
Author Maurice Cotterell, Wednesday night's guest, believes ancient civilizations such as the Mayans may have had knowledge, particularly about our cosmology, that surpasses ours. "Maya means illusion," Cotterell said, explaining that the Mayans knew that the most important things you couldn't see, such as... More »Host: George Noory
Maurice Cotterell's background as a scientist, mathematician, and engineerhelped him to decipher the code of the ancient Maya, revealing the mysteryof their science and religion to an extent never before possible. Hisextensive research revealed that both the ancient Egyptians and the Mayapossessed a sophisticated understanding of sun spot activity and otherastronomical phenomena.More » Host: George Noory
Maurice Cotterell's background as a scientist, mathematician, and engineerhelped him to decipher the code of the ancient Maya, revealing the mysteryof their science and religion to an extent never before possible. Using thesame techniques, the author turns his attention here to deciphering thesecrets encoded within the tomb of Tutankhamun. His extensive researchrevealed that both the... More »Host: