Brad Olsen: The Lost History of our Pre-Diluvian Origins

Brad Olsen: The Lost History of our Pre-Diluvian Origins

Ancient Mysteries through Age of Exploration Maps and Curious Polygonal Building Styles Worldwide
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The Piri Reis map, drawn in 1513, continues to astound researchers with its remarkable accuracy. It not only depicts the African and South American coastlines but also showcases a chain of islands off the coast of Antarctica—a continent that wasn't officially discovered until 1821. How could early maps depict islands that remain hidden beneath layers of ice, only now being unveiled by modern exploration? The implications are profound. Considering that these islands were last exposed before the last Ice Age, it strongly suggests that the Piri Reis Map draws from a source map that is between 12,000 and 10,000 years old, making a compelling case for its connection to a pre-Diluvian era. Furthermore, appended notes suggest that it may be derived from source maps held within the ancient Library of Alexandria, adding another layer of intrigue to its origins.

Another enigma of our ancient past lies in the colossal megalithic blocks found in pre-Inca South America and similar polygonal stone constructions scattered across the globe. How were these massive 70-ton blocks moved with such precision and locked into place? Could the secret lie in the lost art of manipulating cold plasma to shape the stones, harnessing a forgotten technology that has eluded modern understanding? Or perhaps the ancient builders employed the science of auditive levitation, utilizing sound frequencies to transport and position these awe-inspiring monoliths? The tantalizing possibilities raise more questions than answers, encouraging us to delve deeper into the realms of ancient engineering and technological capabilities.

Expand your understanding of our shared past and the technologies that may have once been wielded by our enigmatic ancestors. Together, let us unravel the secrets of our pre-Diluvian origins and unlock the profound knowledge that has lay dormant for so long.
Brad Olsen

Brad Olsen

Brad Olsen's passion for writing goes far beyond his book publishing business or the online content he produces. His books have reached a wide audience across the country and around the world, and have won numerous awards. His work has been reviewed in top publications and he continues to lecture nationwide on various subjects. He has appeared on dozens of television and nationally syndicated radio shows over the course of two decades. Yet for all the fanfare, Brad Olsen likes to spend time with his friends and family, while attempting to be outdoors as much as possible.

Although the professional task of book publishing occupies most of his year, Brad Olsen is also the founder and event producer of the How Weird Street Faire in San Francisco, the city where he currently resides. Between writing online and print publication articles, new book chapters, and posting on social media, he also manages various websites, does marketing work, special sales fulfillment, administrative tasks, manages various projects with outsourced collaborators, and produces one of the largest festivals in The City. Wearing his publisher’s hat, he makes the stated goal of only releasing only the kinds of books he would value owning himself, which incorporates thought-provoking and critical content, and with a wide appeal to readers. His book publishing business CCC Publishing is distributed by Independent Publishers Group.

In a change of editorial direction, award-winning travel writer Brad Olsen announced the release of “The Esoteric Series” in 2013, with the release of two books in two years. Future Esoteric: The Unseen Realms was released to many favorable reviews in January, 2013 through CCC Publishing in paperback and all e-book formats, and has been re-released as a second edition in 2016. The second installment of the series, Modern Esoteric: Beyond Our Senses was released in March, 2014. A third book in the series entitled Beyond Esoteric: The Ultimate Journey is due out in 2018. The website devoted to the book series is:

In 2015, CCC Publishing welcomes new author Leo Lyon Zagami, a bestselling author from Italy. CCC Publishing will release five of his books in the English language, beginning with the 2015 release of Pope Francis: The Last Pope? Money, Masons and Occultism in the Decline of the Catholic Church. In 2016 and beyond, CCC Publishing will publish the three books in his “Confessions of an Illuminati” series. The first in the series, Confessions of an Illuminati, Volume I was released in January, 2016 to much fanfare.

Brad Olsen’s critically acclaimed “Sacred Places: 108 Destinations” series added author Karen Tate in 2005 with her Sacred Places of Goddess title. The first book in the series Sacred Places: North America was released as a second edition in April, 2008 to rave reviews and a gold award for “Best Travel Book of the Year.” Sacred Places Around the World” was reissued as a second edition in February, 2004, and the final book in the series was Sacred Places Europe: 108 Destinations, released March, 2007. Both titles were nominated as “Travel Guide of the Year” by Foreword Magazine.

Brad is also the author/illustrator of the “Extreme Adventures” series of adrenaline-pumping guidebooks. Extreme Adventures Hawaii and Extreme Adventures Northern California were both released by Hunter Publishing in 1998. In July, 2005 he was interviewed for the television series on Outdoor Life Network’s extreme sports series called “The World’s Wildest Rides.”

Brad was interviewed on the hit History Channel series "Ancient Aliens" for two episodes in Season Six, which aired in December, 2013, and taped several more episodes for Season Nine, to begin airing in April, 2016. Brad has also appeared on History Channel’s "America Unearthed" in January, 2015, and the Travel Channel’s “National Park Mysteries” to be airedin the Fall of 2016. He was a guest on George Noory’s “Beyond Belief” which appeared on Gaia TV in December, 2015. His commentaries have appeared on Coast to Coast AM, National Public Radio, CNN, the X-Zone, Buzzsaw and the Travel Channel, among other outlets. Brad enjoys public speaking on travel to sacred places, the mystery of esoteric subjects, and extended global explorations. He has also photographed and written the script for over two dozen Tours 4 Mobile ebooks (uploadable travel guide podcasts).