Born and brought up in Thaxted, England, Mary Bennett was educated both in East Anglia and at Dartington College of Arts.
Mary Bennett has spent much of her professional life as a researcher, writer and translator, as well as executive positions in major brand corporations. She has always endeavoured to maintain a balance between the professional world and the special abilities with which she was born and has used effectively throughout her career – not least that of Prime Site Integration (PSI).
Bennett has spent much of her adult career researching, writing and translating many subjects related to protected knowledge and human consciousness. She edited Two-Thirds: A History of our Galaxy (Aulis Publishers) and The Only Planet of Choice (Gateway Books) a best seller that has been recognised as unique in its category by the trade and the public alike. She co-wrote Dark Moon: Apollo and the Whistle-Blowers and is currently completing the work on her latest book following over 10 years research.
Unusually talented, Mary Bennett has developed the PSI abilities that have been with her since childhood, among which is the natural gift of remote viewing. This skill has provided valuable additional insights and checks on the astonishing information unearthed during the research for this in-depth analysis of the Apollo record and other space-related subjects.
Recently Mary Bennett completed work on her new book Alien Intelligence and the Pathway to Mars, due to be published in 2021.
David S Percy FRSA, ARPS was born and educated in London. An Associate of the Royal Photographic Society since 1978, Percy was nominated Film Cameraman of the Year at BISFA (forerunner of the IVCA). An award winning film and television producer, Percy is a well-established professional communicator in the world of commerce, working with multi-national corporations as well as not-for-profit organisations.
Percy designed and produced the Annual report for The REDRESS Trust which was awarded First Prize in its category in the 2008 Charities Aid Foundation Online Accounts Awards. He recently published the illustrated book BELSIZE Remembered, a collection of memoirs and photographs, a local best seller with a Foreword by Sir Derek Jacobi (2017). More recently in 2020 he published a second study on London's local history – an account of the remarkable life of ‘Moll King’, one of the first settlers on Haverstock Hill in the mid 18th century.
David Percy is editor of Aulis Online and has written/edited many articles. In addition to collaborating with Mary Bennett on Dark Moon, he is co-author of Two-Thirds. Percy commenced his filmmaking career at an early age, and in 1997 he produced The Face on Mars, a follow up to the previous production on this subject The Terrestrial Connection, filmed at the UN Headquarters in New York in 1992. In 2000 Percy continued his investigation into the Apollo record and directed What Happened on the Moon?
Percy edited the movie Three to Tango, Power of Three Productions (2009) staring Toyah Willcox with Shirley Anne Field – a feature film shot on location in London. He directed and photographed a major three-year film project The Belsize Story (2013) the history and architecture of Belsize Park, London. And in 2013 he completed the documentary film KOHIMA: An Exploration of War, Memory and Gratitude Official Selection 8th Monaco Charity Film Festival. Sequences from this production were provided to the BBC for Remembrance Week, Episode 3, Series 4 (2013).
Author Stan Gooch began his career as a highly regarded psychological researcher who studied the evolution and history of the brain in his books Total Man and Personality and Evolution. Stan Gooch's research on paranormal influences and Neanderthal culture appear in his books The Double Helix of the Mind, Cities of Dreams and The Secret Life of Humans. Stan's most recent book was The Neanderthal Legacy. He lived in Wales and died in 2010.