Adrian Gilbert attended St Edmunds College, one of the oldest post-reformation, Catholic boarding schools in Britain. He then attended the University of Kent at Canterbury for an Honours degree in Chemistry. Once there he very quickly realized that, philosophically speaking, modern science is founded on quicksand. This only sharpened his appetite for the ultimate knowledge: to know who we are, where we come from and what is our purpose in life.
In quest of the answers to these burning questions, he became more and more interested in philosophy and eastern religions. Following a profound mystical experience, he lost what little interest he still had in Natural Science. His life is now totally focused on finding practical techniques for self-transformation. In 1992 Adrian met up with Robert Bauval and together they wrote what was to become an international best seller: "The Orion Mystery." This was followed by "The Mayan Prophecies," "Magic "The Holy Kingdom," and, most recently "Signs in the Sky."
In the middle two hours, researcher and writer on the subject of ancient mysteries, Adrian Gilbert, discussed the legacy of objects such as the the Stone of Destiny, and the Ark of the Covenant, as well as delved into stargates and prophecy. First hour guest, entrepreneur Ron Cutler shared business techniques and advice to help those interested in changing their lives. ... More »Host: George Noory
Author Adrian Gilbert (website), Tuesday's main guest, delved into Mayan prophecies, Stargates and cosmic cycles. He noted that Mayan monuments often had dates on them that reference either the far past or the distant future, which led him to believe that they were cognizant of longer cycles that the Earth passes through. Indeed, the end of the Mayan calendar in December 2012 corresponds with the complex astronomical cycle of "procession," Gilbert said, and he theorized that they may have gained knowledge of this through their shamanistic practices. The date in 2012 signifies the end of an "age," which the Mayans believed typically came with a cataclysm. Gilbert suggested that such a time could be "a graduation day for the human race." While there likely would be a calamity, "if you believe, you're spiritâ€”it's just a transformation," he proffered. Gilbert also spoke about the notion of "stargates," which he associates with two points in the sky, one "over the hand of Orion" and ... More »Host: George Noory