William Comyns Beaumont
|Born||30 July 1874|
|Died||30 December 1955 (81) |
Hounslow, London, England
|Burial||St John-at-Hampstead Churchyard, London, England|
|Spouse(s)||Ida Mary M. Gibson (m. 1902)|
William Comyns Beaumont (July 30, 1874 - December 30, 1955) was a British journalist, editor, and writer, advocate for an alternative history of the world where ancient Britain (which was formerly Atlantis) was the true site of major historical and religious events supposed to have occurred in the Middle East, and that the world has been shaped by cataclysmic impacts (predating Velikovsky), including the planet Saturn causing the Noachian Deluge.
- Appian Way (1925), The Riddle of the Earth, London: Chapman & Hall
- Beaumont, Comyns (1932), The Mysterious Comet: Or the Origin, Building up, and Destruction of Worlds, By Means of Cometary Contacts, London: Rider & Co.
- Beaumont, Comyns (1946), The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain, London: Rider & Co.
- Beaumont, Comyns (1947), Britain, the Key to World History, London: Rider & Co.
- Beaumont, Comyns (1947), The Private Life of the Virgin Queen, London: The Author
- Beaumont, Comyns, A Rebel in Fleet Street, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1948
- Michell, John (1984), "Jerusalem in Scotland and Other Findings of a Revisionist Geographer", Eccentric Lives and Peculiar Notions, London: Thames and Hudson, p. 136-143
- "Death of Comyns Beaumont", The Observer (London): 5, 1 Jan. 1956, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/258074130/, retrieved 2019-01-16, "Mr. William Comyns Beaumont, the creator and editor of several magazines, who wrote under the name Comyns Beaumont, died on Friday night in a Hounslow nursing home. He was 81."