Caladan was born Doug Yurchey in Pittsburgh in 1951.
An only child, he retreated into his imagination and drew
fantastical pictures. Later, he drew backgrounds for “The Simpsons”
and earned a tennis scholarship to Edinboro State as an art major.
Afterwards he started the ‘Art Trek’ gallery in Pittsburgh.
There he met a psychic (Katrina) who forever changed his life. Her
insights sent him on a course to solve great mysteries.
Nikola Tesla’s observations helped him solve riddles of
Atlantis and ancient pyramids.
His articles, videos, radio shows, theories, patent, games,
and writings have earned him international acclaim throughout 40
years of researching natural and alien phenomena. His positive
message of a ‘New Human Genesis’ pervades his science-fiction
and his art, as well. Tray lives in Northridge, California, on
sometimes shaky ground, with his cat (Monkie) and a large library of
UFO and science books.