Robin Heath

For over thirty years Robin Heath has researched evidence for a prehistoric science embedded within the surviving megalithic monuments in Britain, Ireland and France. A leading UK field researcher on Megalithic monuments, Robin is an independent researcher and respected presenter.  He has written and published nine books, co-authoring a further two. These books reveal verifiable evidence that a high cultural technology was built into the astronomical, geometrical and metrological qualities of many ancient monuments.
With a background in engineering, Robin graduated with a BSc Hons in Electronics and Engineering Science from UCNW Bangor in 1970. He then worked as a Research & Development engineer in semiconductor design, then technical marketing took him around the world, including many countries in the Far East. Eventually, after two children came along, Robin became a lecturer in Mathematics and Electronics, and in 1990 he left this profession as Head of Technology in a College of Further Education and explored the megaliths of Brittany for two years.
Robin lives in coastal West Wales, where he and his wife Tricia keep an organic small-holding. Robin restores and plays pianos.  He has performed Jazz at the Allotria Jazz club, Munich, Farnham Maltings and Jazz North-west with the Dutch Boogie Woogie Club.