The Voyage (2019)
John Wilander finds himself reluctantly drawn to an ambitious investigation of a clandestine theory – lured into the rabbit hole by his enigmatic new friend from Stockholm University, the privileged William Milton. William is intensely determined to exhume the mother of all conspiracy theories from its dormancy, and usher in the renaissance of a notorious worldview which has been dead and buried for five hundred years… until now. As John’s pleas for sanity fall on deaf ears, a decision is made; with the aid of astrophysicist Dr. Celeste Wood, the table is set for a voyage to Antarctica that, if successful, could re-shape the world as we know it for all the years to come – with or without him.
William looked at his confused friend and decided that it was the right moment to lay the cards on the table.
“There is no gentle, or subtle, way of telling you this, my friend – so I’m just going to lay it all on the line. The Earth is flat, John Wilander. The Earth is flat and stationary, and everything you think you know about the cosmology you have been taught is either a lie or a misconception. The Earth is flat, and outer space as we know it does not exist… and we have absolutely no idea where we are right now.”
The Rapture (2020)
Sequel to The Voyage – TBA