A prolific researcher, field investigator and down to earth engineer, James Swagger has dedicated the last 15 years of his life to researching megalithic sites and ancient cultures. James approach is simple use science and engineering to peer into the past, his passionate aim is to unveil humanity’s true cultural blueprint. James has been to over 400 megalithic tombs dotted across Europe, in addition to stone circles and henges in search of commonalities and design. James utilizes his engineering background as a systems analyst as a utility to reduce the complexity of ancient megalithic sites.
James lifestyle is passionately filled with the exploration of history, when not writing, reading or researching; he pursues travel to the variety of ancient sites across Europe. His current areas of research are Archaeoacoustics and Archaeoastronomy, and in his spare time astrology. His most captivating place so far has been Machu Picchu, and the Cusco Valley.
James is an intellectual who loves to philosophize about our origins, explore anomalies and mysteries of all kinds. He enjoys talking about where we are now as a species and what the future holds for us. He firmly believes humanity cannot know where it is going unless it knows its true origins, the story of which has yet to unfold. He has a Masters degree in Engineering, Research, Science, and Society, and a Bachelor’s degree in Physics with Astronomy.
- The Newgrange Sirius Mystery: Linking Passage Grave cosmology with Dogon Symbology (2013)
- The Megalithic Acoustic Mystery: A Quest to Understand Altered States at Ancient Temples (2014)