Stan Hall’s electrifying historical backdrop to
Tayos Gold, Tayos Dawn & Tayos Fever!
Correlating 100 000 years of enigmas, mysteries and hypotheses into a radical revision of human origins and lost history
The Voyage: A fabulous hypothetical voyage of the 2nd century AD from the Persian Gulf across the Pacific Ocean – the Sinus Magnus marked on Claudius Ptolemy’s world map – to rediscover the lost Indo-Sumerian Cities of Cattigara, Acadthra and others, including the founding nations of Atl Antis – the Old Andes.
The Search: A correlation of pre-historical events indicating the pre-cataclysmic existence of a global federation.
The Vacuum: Filling the gaps in ancient history by identification of the mytho-historical keys to their resolution.
The Secret: Catastrophism – the mytho-historical link between Creationism and Evolutionism.
· Lost Empire of the Catti
· Virgin Births of Planets
· Inter Planetary Catastrophism, the missing page of pre-history
· Global Migrations
· Atl Antis as history
· Lost Centuries and Chronologies
· Homer’s true Legacy
· New Troy in Ancient Britain
· The Lost History of the Scots and the Magyars
A “gold mine” of Ideas and Revelations for new generations to work on
Scottish engineer Stan Hall (1936 - 2008) was born in Edinburgh and raised in nearby Dunbar. As a nine year old in, newsreels of blitzed cities and concentration camps opened his mind to a vision of two kinds of people in the world – in every sense of the words – Builders and Destroyers! In parallel with university studies and an interdisciplinary career in building, he explored ancient engineering, civilizations and mytho-history, concluding that South America is the 'Missing Page of Prehistory' and 'Interplanetary Catastrophism' the missing link in the Creation – Evolution controversy. After catalysing a landmark expedition to the Cave of the Tayos in Ecuador in 1976, Hall began a personal odyssey to the heart of global enigmas. His four books, Tayos Gold, Tayos Dawn, Tayos Fever and Savage Genesis contain all his research and theories collated over a lifetime.