Robert John Langdon
Robert John Langdon is a writer, historian and social philosopher who worked as an analyst for the government and some of the largest corporations and education institutes in Britain including British Telecommunications, Cable and Wireless, British Gas and University of London.
Since his retirement five years ago, Robert has studied Archaeology, Philosophy and Quantum Mechanics at University College London, Birkbeck College, The City Literature Institute and Museum of London. He has three children and two grandchildren and lives on the South Downs in East Sussex, where he owns a book shop which sells his literature and associated maps and prints.
His Blog site has over 10k hits per month can is filled with his latest research and discoveries:
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The Stonehenge Enigma, ABC Publishing Group, ISBN: 9781907979019, 2010.
The Stonehenge Enigma - second edition, ABC Publishing Group, ISDN: 978190797026, 2013.
Planned Book Titles:
Dawn of the Lost Civilisation, ABC Publishing Group - TBA
Echoes of Atlantis, ABC Publishing Group – TBA
Langdon’s Prehistoric Map Series, ABC Publishing Group, Wiltshire UK - December 2013
Ancient Wiltshire - Atlas, ABC Publishing Group - TBA
Langdon’s Prehistoric Map Series, ABC Publishing Group, South Downs UK - TBA
Ancient South Downs - Atlas, ABC Publishing Group - TBA
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VideosThe Stonehenge Enigma
This is an extract from the book 'The Stonehenge Enigma' that explains the principle theory about global flooding after the last Ice Age.
The hypothesis suggests that after the great flood that occurred after the last Ice Age the 'Post Glacial Flooding' caused mankind to adapt to his new surroundings and they built their settlements on the shorelines of this flooded world.
The book is Available on Amazon as a Hardback and Kindle
Ten thousand year old boats found on Britain's hillsides
by Robert John Langdon
On the hillsides of Britain are chalk and stone remnants of monuments that are between five and ten thousand years old. These monuments are curious for they are long and thin in shape, surrounded by moats and our ancestors placed their dead inside for their last journey - the problem is these symbolic images were built thousands years before ships were supposedly invented.
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