Paul Devereux is an experienced author and researcher dealing mainly with consciousness studies, ancient sacred sites and lifeways as well as unusual geophysical phenomena. In academic speak that translates to cognitive archaeology and transpersonal anthropology. His presentation of work spans the range from academic to popular. While making his subject matter attractive and accessible to a general audience, his material always remains factual. He has written or co-written 26 books since 1979. He has also written or co-written a range of peer-reviewed academic papers, and many articles for both specialist and popular publications.
Making his C2C debut, author Paul Devereux shared his research into unusual geophysical phenomena and anthropological sites. Natural structures were the first sacred places, he said, and probably served as inspiration for man-made structures such as the pyramids in Egypt.