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New website promotes Alien book and tourism in Sri Lanka

A new website,, was launched this week to internationally promote the 4th edition of ‘Alien Mysteries in Sri Lanka and Egypt’ by author, publisher, researcher and historian Mihindukulasuriya Susantha Fernando. A press release said the website focuses on the book which describes Mr. Fernando’s trail-blazing discovery of the amazing correlation between the ground layout (or triangle) of three major stupas at Anuradhapura, namely, Ruvanweli, Mirisavati and Jetavana and the celestial layout (or triangle) of three stars of the Constellation of Orion.

The website also serves as the portal for attracting tourists to the mysteries of Sri Lanka and makes maximum use of Mr. Fernando’s discovery as a potential tourist attraction in Sri Lanka. To gain more mileage for the book as well as Sri Lanka Tourism in the international market, the website also introduces his new concept ‘Alien Mystery Tours’ which takes tourists in luxury coaches to the sites of the historic discovery and other places of tourist interest in Sri Lanka.

The press release stated that foreign scholars have supported Mr. Fernando’s discovery and have also found Orion correlation with ancient sites and monuments in Egypt, Mexico, China, Italy, Scotland, England, Israel, USA, South Africa and other countries. The book explains his reasons for the Orion mystery shrouding the three stupas in Anuradhapura. His reasoning is backed by the chronicles, archeological and epigraphical evidence, legends, folklore and prehistoric cave paintings in Sri Lanka.
Mr. Fernando will also be launching a new website shortly to provide fast, reliable, easy online reservations for hotels and tours at the lowest rates in Sri Lank and other top tourist destinations worldwide.

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