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Adrian Gilbert

Adrian Gilbert is a bestselling British author and independent publisher who lives in England. His books are centred on investigations into ancient Esoteric knowledge and religious Mysteries.

Adrian was born in Beckenham, Kent, England. His primary school was Bishop Challoner School, Shortlands, Beckenham, and for secondary education he went to St Edmund's College, Ware, Hertfordshire. He read Chemistry at the University of Kent at Canterbury. Whilst at university he took up yoga and had several mystical experiences that changed the course of his life. His first job after leaving university was as a pharmaceutical representative, but he left this after less than a year on ethical grounds. After travels in Europe, to Israel and the US, he took up a post as sales and marketing manager with Turnstone Press, a publisher of esoteric books. Leaving Turnstone, he worked for a time as postal sales manager for Watkins Books, London's oldest esoteric bookstore. In 1978 he changed career entirely and retrained as a computer analyst/programmer. He returned to publishing in 1986, working as a representative for Element Books Ltd as a preparation for setting up his own publishers, Solos Press, in 1991. This specializes in the publication of books concerning Gnosticism, Christian mysticism and Hermetic Philosophy. He is mainly known for his books The Orion Mystery, which was co-authored by Robert Bauval in 1994,[1] and The Mayan Prophecies, which was co-authored with Maurice Cotterell in 1995. Both these books were Sunday Times Top-Ten best-sellers. To date his books have been translated into some twenty languages, including German, French, Dutch, Spanish, Russian, Greek, Turkish, Chinese, Korean and Japanese.

Works

  • The Cosmic Wisdom Beyond Astrology (Solos Press 1991)
  • The Orion Mystery (with Robert Bauval) (Heinemann 1994)
  • The Mayan Prophecies (with Maurice Cotterell)(Element Books 1995)
  • Magi (Bloomsbury 1996)
  • The Holy Kingdom (with Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett) (Transworld 1998)
  • Signs in the Sky (Transworld 2000)
  • The New Jerusalem (Transworld 2002)
  • The End of Time (Mainstream 2006)
  • London: A New Jerusalem (Covenant 2010)
  • Shadow of the Dragon (Solos Press 2011)
  • Secrets of the Stone of Destiny (Fourth Dimension Press, 2012)
  • The Blood of Avalon (Watkins Press 2014)

References

  1. ^ Vallongo, Fred; Vallongo, Sally (16 October 1994). "Look up - the stars can direct us to a better future".  
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