Javier Sierra Albert (Born 11 August 1971 in Teruel, Aragon, Spain) is a journalist, writer and researcher who studied journalism at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. At the moment he is editor consultant of the monthly magazine M s All de la Ciencia (Beyond Science) distributed in Spain and Latin America and he participates in several radio and televison programs. During the last years, he has concentrated main part of his efforts in travelling and investigating the enigmas of the past and historical mysteries, which never were clarified by the most orthodox studies. His novels have as common purpose to solve historical mysteries based on real documentation and extensive field research.
For years, Sierra has been working with people like Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval studying the existence of a Golden Age of the Humanity, dated in our most remote past. His hypothesis holds that this Golden Age was extinguished about 10,500 years ago, and it was the origin of all the known civilizations.
From an early age he was fascinated by the world of communications, conducting his first radio program in Radio Heraldo at the age of twelve. By the time he was sixteen, he was writing articles for the press, and at eighteen he was one of the founders of the international magazine A o Cero (Year Zero). At the age of twenty-seven, he became editor of the well-known Spanish monthly magazine M s All de la Ciencia.