In this episode of the Gnostic Warrior, I interview Lecturer, Entrepreneur, and Author, Crichton E M Miller. Crichton is an expert on the Celtic Cross, who in 1997 after years of intense thought, research and practical experiments, he made a historical discovery of an ancient artifact that was highly controversial and attracting the attention of the world’s media. What he discovered was that it is an ancient mathematical timepiece and measuring instrument.
He says, “Spiritually and scientifically, the real cross helps uncover hidden truths about world-wide systems lost in the mists of Time.”
His discovery of the hidden nature of the Celtic cross as an ancient sacred but scientific instrument, and the principles of Astro-logic used by ancient people all over the world to measure time and distance, have led to immense new discoveries and insights in History, Religion and psychology that will question many of our illusions and answer unexplained mysteries from the distant past. He put his many years of great work on the cross into an awesome book, “The Golden Thread of Time” published in 2001, followed by a DVD, “The Cross of Thoth” released through Reality Entertainment in 2007.
This interview was conducted by Moe on September 30, 2014 from San Diego County, California, with Crichton in Scotland.
Crichton E.M. Miller’s website: CrichtonMiller.com
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Crichton E M Miller was born in Glasgow, Scotland on 25th August 1949. He is like most of us, a seeker after truth and the meaning of life. Brought up as a Quaker in the village of Rosneath, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, he spent his childhood sailing on the River Clyde.Crichton is married with 6 children and 7 grandchildren.
Author of the cult book, The Golden Thread of Time first published in 2001. Demonstrated in 2006 and 2007 at Cambridge University, his research has been used by several other authors and he is the subject of several documentaries.He is currently working on his second book to be released shortly.
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