Lawrence Augustine Waddell

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Lawrence Augustine Waddell, better known as L.A., is a forgotten and unacknowledged genius who lived from 1854 to 1938. He was a Scot who graduated from the University of Glasgow with the highest honors and went on to be professor of chemistry and pathology at the Calcutta Medical College in India.

His highly decorated military career as a medical officer led him to travel widely across the Near and Far East and this fuelled his passion to uncover the truth of ancient history. He became a fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute and produced many brilliant books and papers as he pieced together the evidence that demolished the official version of history.

In the first 38 years of the last century, Waddell proved that the Sumer, Egypt, and Indus Valley cultures were the same empire ruled by the same leader (a fact very significant to the Christian story). But official history still says they were not connected and this is taught in schools and universities to this day. Waddell proved that this Sumer Empire was also established in the British Isles and Ireland, and introduced the same religious and cultural themes there. This was the inherited knowledge later administered by the Druids, successors in Europe to the Atlantean/Lemurian Mystery school priests.