Nexus Magazine which has over a million subscribers worldwide have informed me that my latest book "Extraterrestrial Sands" is being reviewed in their Oct-Nov 2016 issue.
For all those building sand castles on the beach at the moment - you are in fact using tiny fragments of rock from Mars!
Gary Gilligan was born in 1957 in Birmingham, UK. With an interest in music, Gary spent the first part of his working life as a professional drummer. This was a colourful occupation where he gained valuable life experience. He travelled the four corners of the globe, working on a variety of cruise ships and experiencing many cultures. Eventually he settled down and set up his own flooring contractor business in London which he still runs successfully after 20 years. He also resides in London with his family and spends his spare time researching and writing.
Throughout his life, Gary has studied Egyptology, Astronomy and Geology with an almost obsessive passion. When he first came across the theory of catastrophism, he was intrigued by the possibility that the Solar System had undergone recent upheavals due to cosmic chaos. This led to years of dedicated research. Taking Immanuel Velikovsky's bestseller 'Worlds in Collision' as a starting point, and in light of recent corroboratory discoveries in science and ancient history, Gary is more confident than ever that the time is right to present catatrophism as a credible theory to the general public.
As he so often reiterates: "It's about time people were made aware of the fact that Mars and Venus came very close to Earth only a few thousand years ago causing many global catastrophes."