Wallace Thornhill

Wallace Thornhill

Wallace Thornhill is an Australian scientist most noted for his work on the electric universe and support of Immanuel Velikovski. He is also a senior member of the Thunderbolts Project and works closely with David Talbott. He earned a degree in physics and electronics at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and began postgraduate studies. The lack of curiosity and the frequent hostility toward this challenge to mainstream science convinced Thornhill to pursue an independent path outside academia.

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Saturn and the Cosmic Tale of Humanity
Electric Universe
Explore the ancient myths and symbols of dragons, serpents, looping circles, stars, and crosses that mimic electrical interactions with plasma and tell the forgotten tales of a prehistoric golden age.
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Our Electrical Bonds to the Universe
Electric Universe
Explore what the ancients knew about our connection to the universe and how electricity impacts all forms of life on our planet and beyond.
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Electric Universe
Our ancient ancestors knew a world different from ours, until a great cataclysm befell our solar system and changed the heavens above and Earth below.
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The Birth of Venus
Electric Universe
Discover why Venus has fascinated storytellers for generations. The electric universe theory may help explain changes in the solar system, the downfall of the ancient world, and some of our current customs.
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Electric Stars
Electric Universe
Explore a new theory of the universe where powerful electromagnetic currents-- not the miniscule forces of gravity-- connect the cosmos and concentrates physical material into stars and galaxies.
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Modern Understanding of Ancient Cosmology
Electric Universe
Delve into the forgotten science of ether and electricity that makes previous theories work with the latest discoveries in physics and reveals a universe that is not limited by the speed of light.
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Deep Memories of Mars
Electric Universe
Delve into the turbulent history of Mars as described in mythology and electric universe theory. This new perspective explains our deep-seated fear of the aggressive red planet.