Paul Devereux (b.1945) is co-founder and managing editor of the peer-reviewed 'TIME & MIND - The Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness and Culture', now a Routledge publication (www.tandfonline.com/rtam), a research affiliate (2007-current) with the Royal College of Art, and archaeology columnist with 'Fortean Times'. He has written over two dozen books since 1979, which has kept him pretty busy! He also gives lectures,presentations and workshops in the UK, Continental Europe and the USA. His main research interests include the study of ancient sacred sites and landscapes, sound at archaeological sites, and the anthropology of consciousness (ancient worldviews) along with modern consciousness studies. He has visited many monuments and ancient places around the world, and has directly experienced some strange phenomena, so his research interests are not merely academic. In his books he maintains a factual basis without shying away from challenging subject matter.You can see (and hear) some of his acoustic research involvement at www.landscape-perception.com, and his website is: www.pauldevereux.co.uk.