Books are as different as people

"If you read a book to discover something new, you will also be exposed to other opinions.
People who read for confirmation of their opinions are already mentally retired."
I heard this quote from a teacher during my school days in the GDR. It wasn't until many years later that I realized its true meaning.

To what places and in which aches do we travel? 

  • Whether thriller or science fiction, we experience the time when "out-of-place artifacts" originated. There we learn about megalithic stone structures in their native function.
  • Does part of our future lie in the past?
  • We learn why the knowledge of the builders of these complexes and the ancient Egyptians is so mysterious, even though it is practically under our noses. 
  • We deal with the question of whether there was a time when the efficiency of humanoid brains was greater than it is today. We also learn the reason for the change and why our psyche is changing rapidly.
  • We learn about the spiritual lives of our ancestors. Some of it is so breathtaking that we think it is fiction. What is remarkable is how the ancient artists preserved it for us. Only these days are we beginning to understand their messages again.

Scientific and sociological backgrounds

  • What about the global network of cultural sites where we recognize the facial features of people from other continents? Did these cultures have contact long before people left their caves in Europe?
  • Is it perhaps true that all people once used the same language?
  • Did humans' intelligence help mathematics leverage, or was it vice versa?
  • What influence do spiritual actions have on our intelligence?
  • Love, fear and cruelty - seemingly obstacles as well as catalysts. 
  • Are units of measurement such as the meter, the king's cubit, angular degree, and the hour accidental inventions, or do they perhaps all have their place in an original system of measurement?
  • Why are cultural downfalls often related to pronounced patriarchy?

What about facts?


  • Real existing things and original locations are built into my plots. 
  • Solutions are offered for unsolved mysteries of humankind when there are indications of it in ancient writings.  
  • You will also find modern sources in the appendix if they are facts. This should help to draw a line between science and fiction. 
  • My stories have political content and for a good reason. Our societies are complex sociological entities. New media and AI offer more opportunities for targeted manipulation and misdirection. 
  • I may be polarizing, but that's a risk I take. It seems more important to me not to leave the stage to those who have too simple (conveniently made) answers to complex questions and simultaneously want to restrict freedom of the press and separation of powers.

"... Presenting science artistically to make it understandable."

(Prof. Martin Hetzer, President of ISTA / Institute of Science and Technology Austria)

This idea is not new, but it is still not widespread in the materialistic world. Greek philosophers recognized the value of this statement when visiting prehistoric monuments, for example in Egypt. 
Today, tourists traveling to Asia, Egypt, or Central America get to see many of these "wonders", but travel guides rarely explain the connection between science and art. The ancient world is simply not believed to have any complex scientific know-how! This is even though no one can explain how pyramids, monolithic structures, and huge cities were planned and built thousands of years ago.
In my novels, I try to describe the adventurous lives of scientists who use unconventional methods to bring amazing things to light.

Have fun!

Interesting Links

You can find more information on some topics, such as Puma Punku, an example of mysterious megalithic structures in Central America...