Mysteries of the Sacred Universe 2; Hieronimus Interview

21st Century Radio with Bob Hieronimus - March 28, 2001 / (324)

In this second part of the Mysteries of the Sacred Universe (2000) interview, Thompson and radio show host Bob Hieronimus discuss the works of various authors such as the historian and philosopher of science from MIT, Giorgio de Santilana, who published Hamlet’s Mill: An Essay on Myth and the Frame of Time (1969); the controversial geometrical evaluations of the Egyptian pyramids proposed by Livio Stecchini and René Schwaller de Lubicz; the Soviet-born American author Zacharia Sitchin’s speculative analyses about ancient astronauts; as well as the architectural features of Angkor Wat and comparable anthropological evidence that invites inquiry about the complexity of ancient civilization.