By day, Doug Elwell is a Marketing Communications Consultant specializing in web and print design. By night, he is the publisher of Mysterious World, an online journal dedicated to travel, history and ancient mysteries of the world. Doug possesses master's degrees in both Old Testament Biblical Studies/Ancient Near Eastern History and Marketing Communications, and has worked in the fields of graphic design, web design and publishing since 1993.
Interested in travel, history, and ancient mysteries, Doug started Mysterious World in 1998 in order to develop the previously unexplored "mysterious travel" niche of the travel industry. Mysterious World: Ireland is the first book in the Mysterious World Travel Guides series, and Doug's first book.
In the first half, clinical psychologist Dr. George Pratt talked about techniques for achieving emotional and psychological well being. He noted that stress, which releases the hormone cortisol, can suppress the function of the immune system. In the latter half, publisher of the Mysterious World books, Doug Elwell, discussed his research on Planet X, as well as the ancient evidence for giants, and riddles of the Sphinx. He believes that during Planet X's first pass, the Earth was moved into its current orbit, closer to the sun than it was originally. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the middle two hours, publisher of Mysterious World books, Doug Elwell, discussed his research on ancient references to Planet X which connects the work of Zecharia Sitchin to Biblical writings. In the first hour, writer/producer Deborah Pratt talked about her work on Quantum Leap as well as consciousness. Final hour guest Richard C. Hoagland shared his thoughts on Comet Elenin, Friday's impending satellite re-entry, and 2012. ... More »Host: George Noory
Publisher of Mysterious World, Doug Elwell discussed his recent work on the history and mysteries of Ireland.Based on "historo-mythical" oral accounts and anecdotal archaeological evidence, Elwell pieced together that the Irish people were descended from the sons of Magog (Noah's grandson), a race of giants around 8-10 feet tall and very broad in stature.Elwell also spoke about ancient Irish tribal society, the work of 5th century Christian missionary Saint Patrick, and the Ark of the Covenant, as well as hidden information in the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Publisher of the online travel journal, Mysterious World, Doug Elwell discussed the Celtic origins of Halloween, fairies and leprechauns. ... More »Host: George Noory