Laird Scranton is an independent software designer from Albany, New York who writes about ancient mysteries, cosmology and language.
His work includes articles published in the University of Chicago’s Anthropology News academic journal, in Temple University’s Encyclopedia of African Religion, in the Vassar Quarterly Magazine, and Intrepid Magazine.
His book, The Science of the Dogon, was taught at Colgate University under the title, Hidden Meanings: A Study of the Founding Symbols of Civilization. He is featured in John Anthony West’s Magical Egypt documentary series and in Carmen Boulter’s, The Pyramid Code, a series broadcast by the Documentary Channel.
Laird has been interviewed on a variety of radio programs around the world including The Intrepid Radio Program, Coast-to-Coast AM and Red Ice Radio in Sweden.
Laird has presented at conferences on Ancient Mysteries including Walter Cruttenden’s annual CPAK (Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge) Conference, the A.R.E. Mysteries Conference, and is a permanent part of the Paradigm Symposium family.