From Kook Science
|Noted work(s)||Heaven and Earth (1956)|
Gabrielle Henriet was a French-born proponent of a flat earth theory, specifically one that posited the flat earth is not suspended in space, but resting on the floor of a steep, pyramidal vault, the walls of which are constructed of a bright metallic material (with meteorites giving evidence of composition), and upon which are luminous, transparent discs that we take for planets.
- Henriet, Gabrielle (1956), Heaven and Earth, London: Holborn Publishing Co., https://archive.org/details/HeavenAndEarthGabrielleHenriet/page/n1
- Henriet, Gabrielle (1963), The Solid Vault of Heaven, London: Regency Press
- Moore, Patrick (1972), "Better and Flatter Earths", Can You Speak Venusian: A Guide to Independent Thinkers, Devon: David & Charles (Publishers) Ltd., p. 18-22