Was an advanced civilization lost to history in the global cataclysm that ended the last Ice Age? Graham Hancock, the internationally bestselling author, has made it his life’s work to find out — and in America Before he draws on the latest archaeological and DNA evidence to bring his quest to a stunning conclusion.
Hancock’s research takes us on a series of journeys and encounters with the scientific rebels responsible for the recent extraordinary breakthroughs. In the process, from the Mississippi Valley to the Amazon rainforest, he reveals that ancient ‘New World’ cultures share a legacy of advanced scientific knowledge and sophisticated spiritual beliefs with supposedly unconnected ‘Old World’ cultures.
Have archaeologists focussed for too long only on the ‘Old World’ in their search for the origins of civilization while failing to consider the revolutionary possibility that those origins might in fact be found in the ‘New World’?
‘America Before: The Key to Earth’s Lost Civilisation’ is the culmination of everything that millions of readers have loved in Hancock’s body of work over the past decades, namely a mind-dilating exploration of the mysteries of the past, amazing archaeological discoveries and profound implications for how we lead our lives today.
Graham Hancock’s new book, published 2019, is the New York Times top 10 nonfiction bestseller “America Before: The Key to Earth’s Lost Civilization”. From March through June 2019, Graham toured widely in the UK, the US and Canada, speaking about the book. The talk, offered free-to-view here, is the only version that will be available online and was given in Graham’s hometown, Bath, on Saturday April 6th 2019. The event organiser was Toppings Books and the venue was Christ Church, Julian Road, Bath. Graham’s daughter, Shanti Faiia, formerly a lawyer, now a healer and yoga teacher, sings the song “Waiting on an Angel” in the opening 5 minutes before the talk begins.
More on “America Before” here: https://grahamhancock.com/america-before/
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