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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
With apologies for this late note (where did April go? How can it be 6 May already??) many thanks to Freddy Silva for his participation here and welcome and good fortune to Riaan Booysen. The good thing about May, here in England, is that at last the sun in shining. Onward and upward. Warm wishes Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Apologies for the delay in posting this, which I am doing from my hospital bed after surgery today. Thank you Thomas, it was great to have you with us again. Always appreciate your wisdom. Welcome Freddy. I know you will have an interesting month here. Warmest wishes Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Dear Thomas, Welcome back for your second session as our author of the month. You were last here with Robert Bauval in May 2011 so you know the ropes! We're honoured to have you with us again. Looking forward very much to your participation. Warm regards Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Dear Justin Thank you for completing an absolutely terrific month as our featured author. You've been generous with your time and your posts have been intelligent, informative, thought-provoking and wise. Good luck with this and your future works, and I hope we'll hear your voice again here often. Warm best wishes Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thank you Eckhart. It was a real pleasure to host you here. Warm best wishes Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome Justin I look forward very much to reading what you have to say here. In my opinion the single greatest danger to humanity is ourselves and the future is therefore very much in our hands. Certain mind-sets, certain states of consciousness, coupled with great power and fanatical beliefs about the 'rightness' of one's own religion or one's own political preferences, and combined also with
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Well done Eckhart! Your tenure here has been valuable and has provoked many interesting discussions and the release of much valuable information. I'm grateful to you for all your work. Hope you will continue to post and engage here. Warmest wishes Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome Eckhart Looking forward to an exciting and informative month. You will find many posters here have thought deeply about the mysteries of the Great Pyramid and will have much to offer in the way of constructive and intelligent debate. Warmest wishes for the New Year Graham Hancock
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Randall Many thanks for a fantastic month as our featured author. There have been so many thought-provoking ideas floated and so many good conversations. A great way, in my opinion, to wrap up 2012 and head on into the New Year and the amazing shared future of humanity. Very much appreciate all you've done here in what I know has been a busy time for you. Please do continue to visit us often
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome Randall, I hugely enjoyed out last meeting in Atlanta and am a big fan of your important and ground-breaking work. It is entirely appropriate that you are our featured author during this iconic month of December 2012. A new world awaits to be born, guided by the wisdom of the ancients. Looking forward to stimulating discussions. Warm best wishes Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Simon Thank you for being with us this month as our featured author. I hope you have found it fulfilling and worthwhile. Your efforts and input are greatly appreciated. See you soon. Warm best wishes Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Simon, Very happy to host you here as our featured author for November 2012. Your subject is an important, neglected and controversial one and I'm grateful to you for shedding light on it. Looking forward to the discussions. In friendship, Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thank you Lewis for a fantastic and fascinating month as out featured author. You've done a brilliant job. Your efforts are greatly appreciated. Will be in touch when I get back to my desk. Warmest wishes Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Lew I feel I know you already as you have already become a valued contributor to these boards! Looking forward very much to your month as our featured author. Warm best wishes Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Dear Walter What a terrific month! You've been an industrious, energetic, and generous featured author and you've given us all a lot to think about. Thank you so much for your time and for sharing your knowledge with us. Wishing you a successful CPAK. Love and best wishes to you and Debbie from Santha and myself, Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hendrik Dirker writes: "Invite from Glenn Kreisberg for April 2011 GH AoM slot –as it was at the time, I offered what constituted my most recent material, the Ice Age content and he vanished off the radar. Realizing they had their own agenda, breaking the long silence, I took the campaign to the understudy: the kilt of the Feb. 2012 AoM shielded a rather bare contention. Silence returned,
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Archae You write: "It makes no difference to me whether it is face to face or long distance..." This seems not to be the case since you frequently and energetically engage in long distance communications on these message boards but have refused the face-to-face encounter that Walter offered you. If it really does make no difference to you whether it is face to face or virtual t
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Archae Thanks as ever for the important role you play on this message board. Your efforts, input and knowledge are appreciated. You reject Walter's thoughtful offer with the following statement: "it's not the first time I have been offered to discuss these issues in person with those involved. After past interactions I have long since lost complete interest in such." These past i
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome back Walter! It's always a pleasure to see you here and I know this month's discussions will be interesting and thought provoking. Your work has made and continues to make a great contribution to the study of the mysteries of the past. It's a privilege and an honour to have you with us. In friendship, Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Mark Thank you for being a superb author of the month during August 2012. You have raised and discussed so many interesting topics and I hugely appreciate the energy and the sincerity with which you have handled the role. A very memorable month! Wishing you every success with your book and all your future work. I do hope you will continue to visit these boards and post here. Warmest wishes G
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Thomas Hancock, Nice to meet a namesake. I think the name Hancock comes from Cornwall, in the west of England, originally. My grandfather Philip Hancock (whose graffiti, carved in 1916, I found on top of the Great Pyramid in 1997) was born in Wales in a coal mining community, but apparently his grandfather had been a tin miner in Cornwall who had moved to Wales for work. Thank you for l
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
The floor is now open for Mark Grant, out featured author for August 2012. His subject, synchronicity, is one on which I am sure many members of our community will have views. Welcome Mark and I hope you have an enjoyable and productive month. Very best wishes Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thomas, thank you for agreeing to be our featured author this month and for the great generosity with which you have given your time to interact with our community. You definitely go down in the history of this board as an outstanding author of the month for the many extremely interesting questions you have raised, the food for thought you have given all of us, and the courteous, dignified and cr
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Echoes Many thanks for this. And, no, Book 1 won't be changed. I meant relaunch it in terms of a new effort to make people aware it exists and to do so in the context of Book 2 which will bring closure to the story. All the best Graham
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Carol, Yes I'm sure the foul language was part of the problem. I have to say though I don't think the violence was gratuitous -- in the dictionary sense of being there without apparent reason, cause of justification. I've written a short essay which addresses this -- and other -- points and perhaps you might find it of interest. Good and evil in Entangled By Graham Hancock Critics of my
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thank you for these kind comments. I'm very glad you liked and saw the point of Entangled. Most of my readers have shunned the book, however, and some -- judging from the reviews on Amazon.com -- have absolutely hated it! It pretty much vanished without trace after being published and there has been no interest shown in it by TV or movies or anyone else. I intend to relaunch Entangled and comp
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi again DNA Good question, thank you. This idea -- that if one one consumes food or drink in the underworld one is doomed to spend eternity there -- is widespread throughout ancient mythology. The most famous myth in which we hear of this is the story of Persephone's abduction to the underworld. But the Japanese have a similar story -- the story of Izanagi and Izanami. So too does ancient India
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7 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi DNA Thanks for asking about Entangled 2. It is dear to my heart. I ran into problems with my UK publisher who I felt didn’t support Volume 1 properly after my editor left. I have since moved to another publisher with my editor. This has involved some dancing around with the order in which books appear. I have now finished the first two volumes of a three volume series of epic adventure novels
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8 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome, Thomas, to our message boards and I look forward to your tenure here as our featured author during July 2012. The topics you raise should find many resonances with our community and hopefully many interesting questions will be raised and addressed. All the best Graham
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8 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many thanks, William, for a fascinating month as our featured author. Much appreciate the energy and effort you have put into dialogue with our community and for the many interesting topics that have been raised and discussed. Warm wishes Graham
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