Tuesday, 5 August 2014

My Youtube Video

My video on Youtube about my Mermaid theory as well as the Aquatic Ape Theory and  has gone over one million hits!

I have also reviewed and updated my Mermaid video in seven parts.



I have recently put uncensored versions of my Mermaid videos on Odsyee at the following link.

Real Mermaids 

Friday, 25 October 2013

Mermaids, Witches and Amazons

Copyright @ 2007 William Bond

I wish to thank Pamela Suffield and Rasa Von Werder for encouraging and helping me produce this book.
Publishing history.
First published by Lulu publishing, as the E book, “The Secret World Of Mermaids”, January 2007
Published as a printed book by lulu publishing at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/wabond June 2008
Published at Amazon (.) com
(I have asked Penguin books permission to use these photos from the book, Hekara, The Diving Girl’s Island, as they had taken over the original publishers Hamish Hamilton.)
[Note: you may find that the fonts are not constant throughout this blog. This is because when I cut and paste from my book to this blog the fonts changed. I tried to clean it up as best I could but I don't know enough about html code to do this completely. So expect random changes in the font as you read this blog.]


Chapter One The Mermaid Mystery
Chapter One (Pictures)
Chapter Two The True Nature of mermaids
Chapter Three Women Divers
Chapter Four The Aquatic Ape Theory
Chapter Five The Sexual Ape
Chapter Six Did Women Once Rule The World?
Chapter Seven The Ancient Sea People
Chapter Eight The First Ocean Voyagers
Chapter Nine The Amazons Of The Amazon River
Chapter Ten The True Nature of Early Humans
Chapter Eleven His-story and Her-story

Black and White book version of "Mermaids, Witches and Amazons"

Colour book version of  "Mermaids, Witches and Amazons".

[Painting by John William Waterhouse,  (1849-1917), which shows a traditional mermaid theme of her luring sailors to their doom by her wonderful singing and harp playing. Except  that this mermaid doesn't have a traditional fish tail. These are themes  I will discuss more fully in my book.]

Saturday, 19 October 2013


For many people, what they know about mermaids is what they have seen in popular Walt Disney films like Splash and The Little Mermaid or read in fairy tales.  While the academic explanation is that mermaid myths and legends originated from ignorant or drunken sailors who in the past, have incorrectly thought that sea-cows were women with a fish tail.

Yet, sea cows only exist in tropical waters, while most mermaid sighting come from European waters where there are no sea-cows.  There is a better explanation for Mermaid myths, legends and sightings as I will explain in the following chapters.
3,000 year old bronze statue of a mermaid