Cette publication est également disponible en : Français (French) Español (Spanish) 简体中文 (Chinese (Simplified)) Deutsch (German) Italiano (Italian) Português (Portuguese (Portugal)) Русский (Russian) Türkçe (Turkish) Polski (Polish)
In my opinion, the research I’ve carried out is in the public interest and, as such, goes far beyond my personal interests. That’s why, in the long term, I intend to make all my books available online, free of charge.
This is also the reason why, for example, the book on deciphering cave paintings is available in its entirety as a PDF, or why the book on the megalithic temples of Malta, Gôbekli Tepe and Stonehenge is available as blog articles to be read online.
To access it go to : read online
So my objective is not a mercantile one.
I’m driven by a sincere desire to share knowledge that I believe is very useful for better understanding our history, our origins and our beliefs.
The only remuneration I will receive for my considerable research work will come from those who are willing (and able) to buy my writings, in paper or digital book form.
As such, I encourage you to read the digital book.
The reasons for this are simple:
The digital book’s table of contents gives instant access to the part of the book that interests you.
The other reason, which is probably even more important, is that my essays will contain numerous references and footnotes in support of the arguments developed in the text, and the digital book has the major advantage of allowing immediate access to the notes and references via hypertext links. This makes reading and browsing much easier.
Finally, please bear in mind that if I make the contents of my books available on this site, free of charge and as far as possible, this does not mean that they are in the public domain. I remain, for the time being at least, the sole owner of my copyright, and as such I ask you, at the very least, to acknowledge the fruits of my labor, as, for example, through possible quotations if you were to mention part of my work in your own writings.
And, as the time-honoured phrase goes:
The French Intellectual Property Code prohibits copies or reproductions for collective use. Any representation in whole or in part by any process whatsoever without the consent of the author or his successors in title is unlawful and constitutes an infringement punishable by articles L335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.