​Features and Articles

The following articles and links are intended to stand-alone and give the reader a different insight into events of recent prehistory. They also build further on some of the themes discussed in the author's earlier books. If you like the features here then you will like the books.

Catastrophism in Prehistory

Catastrophism without Velikovsky!

Raised Beaches and Submerged Forests - Curious Anomalies

Submerged Forests around Britain and Ireland: maps and photographs

The Irish Sea Coast: Holocene coastline

Patterns on the Irish Sea Floor: updated sonar surveys

Atlantis - updating the evidence

Is catastrophism becoming more acceptable to mainstream science? - Koudriavtsev, Cuba, Irish Sea

The First Dynasty – the Origins of the Egyptian State; degraded history; Sonchis of Sais; pole-tides & pole-shifts

Submerged Islands opposite the Strait of Gibraltar; updating the evidence

Catastrophes: from Atlantis to the Aegean; ancient earthquakes & tsunamis

Plato's Impossible Plain; investigating the dimensions that Plato gives us

Ancient Britain and Europe

Stonehenge Builders DNA; Aegean and Anatolian origins

Cannibals in Neolithic Britain & Ireland: what were the dolmens for?

Lyonesse - Lost; examining the roots of the Lyonesse legends

Ancient  Astronomy, Catastrophism, Pole-shifts and Pole-Tides

Ancient Astronomy and Terrestrial Catastrophism:  Oumuamua; Gravity Waves; Plato's Calendar; Malta Temples

Dangers to Earth from Ancient Supernovas: stellar-mergers and cosmic events

The Spiral in Neolithic Art; astronomical significance

Spirals on the Long Meg Standing Stone: spirals, wobbles and pole-shifts

Cosmic Catastrophism affecting the Earth

The latest bibliography from William Thompson III (updated 2020)


Pictish Studies

The  Problem of the Picts: New Deer; Pictish DNA;

Three Pictures of Picts: three well known images and a new one

A Crocodile in Loch Ness? Saint Columba's monster sighting

Who were the Irish Cannibals? Attacotti and Scotti

Ptolemy's Map of Caledonia: an alternative interpretation

Dismissing the Venerable Bede: a 'Scythian' origin for the Picts


Downloads and pdf files

Some of the author's papers and articles withdrawn from publication in 2006 due to attempted editorial censorship.

Please note that some of the links mentioned in the pdf's may now be broken.

The Neolithic Calendar

Updating George F. Dodwell

Akhenaten and Eclipses



Reviews, etc