Christian read Natural Sciences at Christ's College, Cambridge and spent many years as an exploration geologist in Iran, in Canada, and in other parts of the world. In 1936 he was involved in the discovery of the Tchoga Zambil Ziggurat in Southern Iran. In 1970 he retired as the head of the international oil operating companies in Iran, and was awarded a CBE in 1971 for his work.
He then devoted his retirement to researching the many enigmas of prehistory, surveying and discovering the Integrated Astronomical Observatory Line A - Hatfield Forest to Wandlebury, near Cambridge, and the Bodmin Moor Astronomical Complex in Cornwall , England, both dated to c. 2,500 BC.
He established the overwhelming mathematical probability and proof that these structures were designed for complex observational astronomy and went on to discover from Early Sumerian and other ancient texts, the origin of their builders, and the founders of agriculture and civilisation in the Near East c. 9,500 BC.
The Path of Light provides the remarkable supporting evidence from the long lost recorded words of Jesus, rediscovered within the Egyptian Coptic records of the early Christian Church.
Christian O'Brien died in February 2001 aged 87.
Barbara Joy O'Brien
Barbara has played a full part in the research, with a special interest in the history of religion. She is also a poet with several publications and awards to her credit.
Edmund is the Principal of the Patrick Foundation, an Independent Researcher with a background in Business and Land Management. He qualified as a Chartered Land Agent and as an Associate of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (ARICS) at the Royal Agricultural College Cirencester and Wye College, London University. He founded British Wildlife Management in 1995 to lobby Parliament and other organisations for best practice in Countryside and Wildlife Management, specialising on Animal Welfare Science.
He lobbies on a range of key issues such as Driver Training through the Quality Driving Initiative, and includes Healing Addiction Without Drugs through neurotherapy in residential rehabilitation, leading to practical training and skills through Work Groups for Wildlife, and the provision of quality jobs. His extensive historical research has revealed a single advanced, secular benevolent source for all religions.
His Golden Age Project inspired by the work of Christian and Barbara Joy O'Brien promotes the recovery of past knowledge in order to resolve many of today's problems. He believes that re-establishing high standards of training and knowledge for all important roles, forms a priority in establishing good Government and successful Social Organisation and Cohesion.
Above all, he emphasises the priority need for a clear understanding of the written parts of our brilliant British Constitution and the upholding of the Rule of Law for the People. Issues currently threatened by totalitarian politics.
It is with great sadness that we at the Golden Age Project report the death of Laurence Gardner at 5.45am on Thursday 12th August 2010, after bravely fighting a long illness and operations. Laurence's contributions to the Golden Age Project, which are self evident, have inspired us all. His magnificent written words will live on as an example to seekers of the truth around the world, of steadfast thoroughness and generosity in our ancient advanced ancestor's worthy priority of the secular pursuit of knowledge, the truth before the world, and promotion of the natural laws requiring the freewill of men and women. His support and research conducted with us in furthering the thesis on the discovery of The Garden of Eden by Christian and Barbara Joy O'Brien's will prove to be a milestone for millions in understanding The Origin of God.