Alan Alford

Biography

Published works:

Gods of the New Millennium (Eridu Books 1996; Hodder & Stoughton 1997)

The Phoenix Solution (Hodder & Stoughton 1998)

When The Gods Came Down (Hodder & Stoughton 2000)

The Atlantis Secret (Eridu Books 2001)

Pyramid of Secrets (Eridu Books 2003)

The Midnight Sun (Eridu Books 2004)

Prior to becoming a full-time author, Alan Alford worked as a chartered accountant for several medium-sized PLCs in the UK, gaining experience in the construction, aerospace and water supply industries.

Alan Alford gained his chartered accountancy qualification with first-time passes in 1985. He gained his degree in Commerce from the University of Birmingham in 1982 (2:1 honours with distinction in business decision-making). His MBA was awarded by Coventry University in 1993. His GMAT score for MBA admission was 680 points, placing him in the top 4 per cent of those graduates taking the exam.

Alan Alford is married, with no children as yet, and he lives in Southampton, England.

Alan Alford has no religious or political affiliations.

Alan’s hobbies include: walking; jogging; cycling; motorcycling; music and hi-fi; reading; travelling; socialising.

Alan’s aims in life are: firstly, to achieve personal spiritual enlightenment; and secondly, to educate the public about the meaning of ancient religions and thereby lay the groundwork for an eventual unification of all the world’s current religions.

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Books

Gods of the New Millennium
By Alan Alford
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 198,450. Language: English. Published: September 14, 2011. Category: Nonfiction
(5.00 from 1 review)
The shattering truth of human origins. First published in 1996, Gods of the New Millennium offers scientific proof of the flesh-and-blood gods who created mankind genetically in their own image. This interventionist solution identifies the gods as the builders of the Pyramids, Sphinx, Stonehenge and other ancient sites. Alford's conclusion is that man may literally be about to meet his makers.

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