Randall Carlson

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Randall Carlson
Born (1951-03-26) 26 March 1951 (age 68)

Randall Carlson is an American house builder and designer, and a geological and anthropological theorist. Raised in Freemasonry since 1979, beginning his studies in 1969. He is a proponent of the Younger Dryas impact hypothesis, and has theorized about the extinction of historical advanced human civilizations. Carlson founded Sacred Geometry International, which focuses on a range of controversial theories and has a website and Facebook page. Carlson's theories have not been peer-reviewed or published in many scientific journals. He has often appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, sometimes accompanying Graham Hancock, who promotes similar ideas.

Personal life[edit]

Carlson spent much of his earlier childhood near Minneapolis, Minnesota and is a researcher that majored in geology at DeKalb College, considered an expert in sacred architecture, and currently lives in Decatur, outside Atlanta, Georgia, in partnership with his brother as an architectural designer.[1]

Carlson is considered a renegade scholar and proponent of Catastrophism, holding views along the lines of Siegfried Fred Singer and Dennis T. Avery, as opponents of "Anthropogenic Global Warming" and a belief in natural cycles.[2] He has appeared on the 2015 iHeart Radio podcast The Grimerica Show Cosmic Patterns and Cycles of Catastrophe,[3] with regular YouTube episodes.[4]


External links[edit]

"Sacred Geometry International" (website).