Adrian Geoffrey Gilbert is an accomplished author who resides in Kent, United Kingdom. He has written twelve books and they can be found on Amazon. Adrian is organizing a five-day conference in July, 2018, to be held at Bath, England. The links to the event are found below. Also, at article’s end please find an auto-biographical statement from Adrian Gilbert.
When I received his friendship request on Facebook, today, I was humbled and honored. We have since chatted. I was taken with his most recent post regarding the truer scientific findings of the ages and times of dinosaurs. I have read, previously, scientific findings determining that dinosaurs had existed millions of years ago. They state the evidence in carbon dating of remains. Carbon-14 measurements only work for a few thousand years and it decays over time until it is undetectable. How could it be an accurate measure taken on something claimed to be millions of year old?
Adrian Gilbert’s post bears the truth of the matter. Please note that all his words are in italic text. Here is his post:
Recently, my attention has been drawn to a long article on the subject of dinosaur re-dating. Game-changing research has been carried out by a paleontologist in the USA who, on dissolving away the calcified material in T-Rex bone, was able to find soft tissue inside. This fibrous, springy material turned out to have blood vessels and even red blood cells contained in it. Further research on other dinosaur bones has revealed that this kind of preservation is quite common. It begins to make the concept of ‘Jurassic Park’ a real possibility.
However, what are even more amazing are two other undeniable facts. The first is that this organic material should not have survived for the tens of millions or even billion years that paleontology says is the age of such bones. Such matter decays rapidly. How could DNA, or even DNA fragments, possibly survive intact inside fossils that are millions of years old? After all we have difficulty in sequencing human DNA that is more than a few of thousand years old.
A second, even more challenging problem for paleontologists is that when these dinosaur remains are tested for Carbon 14, dates are obtained indicating that they are not more than about 20,000 years old. Now the half-life of C14 is about 5750 years. After roughly 25,000 years there should be only 1/32 of the original C14. In other words only about one thirty-second. Make that a million years and there will be no traceable C14 at all. So how can T-Rex possibly be 65 milion years old, with proteins still intact, blood cells visible, DNA traceable and registering C14 results in the range of just a few thousand years old? It simply doesn’t make sense.
Now as some of you will know, on a number of occassions I have lectured at the Edgar Cayce Foundation (ARE) in Virginia Beach VA, USA. This foundation is based on the recorded work of a remarkable man (Edgar Cayce) who was able to go into a sleeping, trance like state where he could ‘read’ the life-stories of people and the ‘History’ of the world from the akashic or psychic records. Now this must seem like hocus-pocus to many people but there are numerous instances where he was able to diagnose and prescribe for physical ailments of people not even present and thereby cure whatever was ailing them. In his sleeping state he was far more knowledgeable of these matters than while awake when he was quite a simple man who read his bible and practised photography. Indeed it sometimes said of him that he was the only man in history who was more interesting to talk to while asleep than when awake.
I will say no more about Cayce here as there is abundant material on the web. However one thing he did report was that around 50,000 BC the earth was over run with huge animals that jeopadised the future of mankind. A council was held and means found to wipe out these beasts.
Now this sounds much nearer to the C14 date for the extinction of T-Rex and his friends. Not only that, there seems to be a human memory of conflict with what we call dragons, some of which could swim, some could fly while others lived in caves. Could not Cayce’s great beass, the dinosaurs and our mythological dragons be all one and the same thiing? It is certainly a thought isn’t it. Something to ponder next time you visit the Natural History Museum (i.e. London’s Cathedral to atheistic Darwinism) and look at the plaster cast skeleton of Diplodocus, now displaced from his home by the front door to give way to the more ecologically significant Blue Whale. . Perhaps Raquel Welch fighting off flying pteradactyls in a skimpy, animal-skin bikini (movie 1,000,000 years BC) is not so far off the mark after all. The only difference might be that it all took place ,uch more recently: iin 50,000-25,000 BC to be precise.
As mentioned above, Adrian Gilbert is organizing a conference in July, 2018 at Bath, England. This will be a five-day event. For those who can, please plan to attend. Adrian provided this web site to view. Click here. Adrian also has a Facebook page for the upcoming conference that can be viewed by clicking here.
The following is Adrian Gilbert’s auto-biographical statement detailing his writings and areas of interest. Please bear in mind, Adrian has written twelve books. When viewing them on Amazon, they are mixed to depict over twenty books available. Adrian Geoffrey Gilbert details this below. All his words are in italics:
Hello. Well I guess if you have got this far, you already know who I am. However, just in case you have forgotten, my name is Adrian Geoffrey Gilbert: not to be confused with Adrian David Gilbert who is an entirely different author. He writes books on military subjects. which is about as far away from my work as you can get. So please don’t get us confused when looking at books listed by Amazon under the name ‘Adrian Gilbert’ . It’s not that I am schizophrenic: there really are two of us!
My own field of interest is ancient mysteries, mysticism, alternative history and self-development. I have been researching these subjects for over forty years now and not without result. And when I say research, I do mean just that. Like you I expect, I deplore the plethora of superficial trash that get churned out every year in this genre, most of which only serves to inflate the egos of the authors and further confuse the reader. You see, at heart I am a scientist. I studied Chemistry and Physics at University and though I am a Leo, I have Virgo as my rising sign. The astrologers among you won’t be surprised to hear that I like to be my own boss (Leo), or that I am fanatically picky when it comes to research (Virgo). I used to be a computer Analyst/Programmer (also Virgoan) at one time and though I do my best to hide the scaffolding, my books tend to be highly structured. I am not one of those authors who writes a sentence once and that is what gets published. I write, re-write, write again, shift paragraphs, change orders of chapters, delete large chunks and generally worry my books to near-death before I feel comfortable releasing them to the people who really matter: my readers.
I am also someone who cares very much about the truth. You see we all have opinions and theories about ancient mysteries and that is fine. However the scientist in me (Saturn rising) demands that before I present a, possibly controversial, theory I must first get my facts straight. I like to visit the places I write about, read as much as possible about the subject and then present what I hope will be useful new insights. Of course I am not the pope so I am not infallible; but I do try to get my facts straight even though this can make writing more difficult and tedious than if I told lies, pretending that these had been ‘channeled’ to me by some mysterious entity.
That is not to say I do not believe in the divine. I certainly do. I have had many mysterious and even miraculous experiences on my journey. Some of these I recount in my books though there is much more that I have yet to tell. I am absolutely convinced that this world is far more mysterious and interesting than contemporary culture credits. I also ‘know’ that humans are not just biological machines that live, die and leave progeny. We are spirits who temporarily inhabit bodies for the purpose of experience and also to carry out necessary tasks in the material world. Individually and collectively we are evolving but this is not a matter of blind chance. We are where we are because of the interaction between mind and matter within the zone of time and space. Yet in our innermost self we are sparks of divinity that are neither born nor die. I learnt this when I was 21 and practicing yoga. If you don’t believe me, then I am sorry. You will have to follow the path yourself if you want proof.
Talking of the path or ‘Way’, this is a mystical concept of great antiquity. As I said at the beginning of this piece, I have been consciously following my path for over 40 years. I dare say you have been following yours for a long time as well. This journey, from slothful ignorance to a proper understanding of one’s place in the world and universe, is what is described so eloquently by John Bunyan in his classic work ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress’.
Now I can’t claim to be Bunyan’s equal in quality of prose but for most of my books I have made use of the idea of the Pilgrim following the Way. They generally follow a schematic of beginning in a state of relative ignorance, going on a journey and through this finding the answers to questions that are posed at the beginning. This is particularly true of my book ‘Magi’, which is the first that I am now placing in kindle format. This is actually my all time favourite book to date in that it traces some very important steps on my own journey: questing for the truth concerning the Gospel story of the three wise men. However, before you dismiss this subject as boring, I should like to add that it is not really the wise men themselves that interest me. It is the cultural background from which they sprang and what this tells us both about the real origins and purpose of Christianity that interests me.
To this end I literally leave no stone unturned. My journey takes me to Eastern Turkey where even today there are remnants of old temples and other monuments that speak of a tradition all but forgotten in the west. My journey involves a wide pageant of history and a fitting together of clues that, bit by bit like a jig-saw puzzle, gradually reveal the picture of an esoteric, mystical version of Christianity that is quite different from whatg is taught in our ‘high street’churches. What I would regard as the real mystic tradition is quite literally linked to the stars.
Some people will, of course, condemn my work as heresy. To them I would reply: where, other than hearsay is your evidence? Are you aware, for example, that the 6th of January was not originally the feast of the Epiphany or even ‘Old Christmas’? It was the date celebrated as the Baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River and this event had a cosmic meaning that was echoed in the stars. On that day (6th January 26 AD) the sun was placed in the constellation of Capricorn (the goat) underneath the ‘baptising’ hand of Aquarius (signifying John the Baptist). The esoteric message is clear to those with the eyes to see it: Jesus begins his mission by acting as a ‘scape goat’ who takes on the sins of the world. This is in accordance with the Mosaic tradition [Lev.16:20]. The scapegoat has the task of taking the sins of the nation back to ‘Azaziel’, the leader of the Nephilim or ‘Fallen Angels’. If you read the story of the Baptism in the light of this passage, it becomes understandable how Jesus goes immediately into the desert to be tempted by the Devil, who we can understand as being the same entity as Azaziel.
This is just one event in the life of Jesus that is written in the stars. There is much more. Magi is not a book that is intended to be read once and then discarded. It contains a great deal of material that explains much that has been forgotten about the connections between Christianity, the star-religions of the East and our own destinies. If you read it without prejudice and are willing to make the effort to see what it is really driving at, it will reward you a hundredfold.
Magi is only one of my books though. To date I have written 10 (not all of which are yet published) and I have plans to add to this number. I personally am very excited by the new ebook technology. I intend to put more of my existing books into kindle format and even, in due course, to write other books that will only be available in this medium.
I see the breaking down of the walls between writer and reader as a great benefit and I welcome the chance here to share with you my thoughts. I hope you enjoy my work and that you find it a help when following your own paths, wherever these may take you. For as a great man once told me, we each have our own destiny in this world and you will only ever feel truly satisfied if you fulfill yours.
In just the very short time Adrian and I have been in contact, it has been a very positive experience. Adrian Gilbert has spent over forty years in is writing and research. Some may agree and some may not; however, I have found Adrian to be open and and direct in his approach. In Adrian Gilbert’s research one will find he identifies more of what has not been found rather than what has. His determination is fundamentally correct in noting that science is now more about steadfast dogma instead of objective research that is always open when new ideas are discovered. Then, change can be effected to improve the theory or findings. This author finds the approach refreshing.
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