70 thoughts on “Announcing AMERICA BEFORE as the title of my forthcoming book…”

  1. Scott Creighton says:

    Hi Graham,

    Can’t wait to read ‘America Before’. 16 hours a day? That’s barely enough time to eat and sleep. But when you’re ‘in the zone’ you’re ‘in the zone’.

    Good luck and take guid care of yourself.



  2. Hal Mercier says:

    I’m so glad you’re back on form, I’d only just realised you’d had health problems last year.
    Here’s hoping the migraine problem is now under control.

    I had the same for decades, turned out to be a major lower lumbar nerve pinch. I only discovered this after a disc collapsed , after this was operated on in 1995, I never had another migraine, and mine used to last 3 or 4 days.

    Looking forward to the new book…



  3. Lee D Albee says:

    Good luck. Writing is hard. Wish I had the time to hone that skill more. I am sure the book will be as well written and documented as those that came before

  4. Jake T says:

    Great to see you are still writing about our ancient past, Graham! I just started “Underworld” after finishing both “Fingerprints” and “Magicians.” I just wish I found out about your work earlier.

    1. Barisa Bajo Bozic says:

      I have had the privilege to have started reading his early in my youth. It really did change me in a spiritual and historic sense. From faith to nano diamonds. If I didn’t start early I would have not been to enjoy the riches of knowledge: even the most simple of knowledge of how to correctly use footnotes, vocabulary, proper grammar, how to over think your opponent using there logic and lies and overwhelming with facts that are clearly present.

  5. andrew Brown says:

    Dear Graham,

    Glad to see your well and recovered much blessing and prayers to you and your family look forward to the new book.

    Andrew Brown

    Also the website remains excellent resource and daily news source

  6. David Anderson says:

    Hi Graham,
    Waiting for the new book, tantalising title!
    I wonder if your investigations have turned up any co-oborating evidence for Ivan Van Sirtima’s work concerning ancient Africans/Egyptians in America? (If you have you can be sure you won’t be best loved among the mainstream!!).
    As you, I remember being taught history from the caveman and dark ages at school. Suddenly we emerged and there were the Vikings, Goths, Picts, Saxons, Romans etc but no-one could tell us what really happened before.
    I’m glad that there are people like you who are dedicated enough to devote your time to giving us alternate views that are frankly more credible than our current historical timeline. Great work in Magicians btw.
    We met at your lecture at the London Dive centre, I think it was 2016, and had a short but interesting chat before you went on stage. My only criticism is that, while you agree with the Egyptian king lists (Abydos?), seem to think that the Older Kingdom Kings were fantasy figures and I’m not sure why? Didn’t the ancient Egyptians write almost everything as being factual? Isis/Osiris etc. So therefore when they gave us images of these old rulers and the age of their rule, considering we know nothing, shouldn’t we give them the benefit of the doubt even though it sounds implausible?
    (Some of these fantastical [to us] ages perpetuate through the Hebrew Bible….)

    Keep up the good work!




  8. Richard says:

    . . . Excellent!!! . . Looking forward to print and audio. . . ‘Been reviewing my Mesoamerican and South American lessons as well as accumulated data thus far. Hope to include genetic studies and, of course, the much neglected plant tuber – the potato – the nearly 1,200 potato specie varieties, no less, that the South American peoples and sciences there have derived over the many decades. One might say, those folks are ready for weather changes as much as they are climate change. . .


  9. Sandra Kowall says:

    I will buy it!

  10. B-sigs says:

    This is going to be fantastic. So much ground to break and the best writer for it!

  11. Björn Frithiof says:

    Dear Graham,
    Eagerly looking forward to reading your book on America – your previous one “Magicians of the Gods” I found absolutely fascinating. Please do take care of yourself and don’t overexert yourself!
    Best Regards,
    Bjorn F. Sweden

  12. Clayton says:

    Awesome, I can’t wait to see what you have to say. Your writing is always so interesting and your ideas eye opening. Keep up the good work and enjoy the process. If we can’t enjoy what we are doing, we are doing the wrong thing!

  13. Jim Marion says:

    I have read all of your works and can’t wait for this one!

  14. Skyler Rienstra says:

    Can’t wait to read this book! Thank you for your time and effort diving into these mysteries. They are much appreciated 🙂

  15. dale says:

    Take it easy Graham ! You dont need to be working that many hours a day. The book can wait.

  16. mrvco says:

    Great news, looking forward to ‘America Before’!!!

  17. Sarah Carter says:

    Really looking forward to your new book. I seriously love your work. Would also like to echo other comments, please be kind to yourself and take it easy. The book can wait as previously stated. Best wishes

  18. Monica Sevilla says:

    Graham, YOU ARE MY HERO! Take care of yourself. I have suffered from migraines since age 4 and know what that’s all about. We are all looking forward to your new book but please remember to take it easy on yourself… your health is more important and deadlines can wait. You are the writer we all aspire to be and we all care about you!

  19. Mark Waltensperger says:

    Graham – I love the title! Especially since you don’t use the hackneyed allusion to “. . . of the Gods.” It’s a bit overused in this genera. I’m in my 60’s and have since my early teens had an intuition that the commonly believed narrative of the North American history of mankind was way off. I noticed a few months ago you referenced Frank Hibben’s “The Lost Americans.” I read that book many years ago and even though it has been discredited to some extent, I’m certain it holds many nuggets of truth. I eagerly look forward to reading “America Before!”

  20. Carlos Alberto Hinojosa Ortiz says:

    Congratulations and, from the Mexican semi-desert, we look forward to this new adventure in search of the true history of our species. By the way, 16 hours a day of writing is something worthy of the great ones.

  21. Pierre Adler says:

    Seven part video series on the topic of the Elongated Skull People of Paracas, Peru, by Brien Foerster.

    Dear Graham,

    I am sending you this set of videos just in case you are not familiar with it, as it reveals yet another proof that the American continent was visited way before Columbus, and by a route other than the northern land bridge.

    It also adds to the increasingly complex picture of the history of humanity, as well as some rather perplexing elements (further explicated in this talk of Foerster’s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcvTU38K398&t=2s)

    Looks like you are doing really well again, which is just great.

    Best wishes to you and your family,
    Pierre Adler

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  22. Ronald Beaumont says:

    Pleased to hear that a new GH book will be with us to enjoy. I can guess that topics will include the Mound Builders, New Hampshire’s Mystery Hill, possibly the ancient copper-mining in northern Michigan and the odd artifacts hikers here in Vermont have reputedly come across in remote forest locations. Keep warm, keep hydrated.

  23. Othello D. Gomes says:

    Good day, Mr. Hancock.
    I’ve only read one of your books so far, and that happens to be “The Mars Mystery”. I’m looking forward to reading your other books- I’m actually intending to keep Fingerprints Of The Gods next on my list. However, I’m very thrilled and intrigued to hear that you’re working on a new book pertaining to the ancient findings of America; I’ve been looking forward to it for quite some time now. However, keep yourself in the comfort zone, and don’t try to be hasty over your publication.
    Thank you.

  24. Eden S. says:

    Hello Mr. Hancock, I recently discovered your work. I’m enjoying “Magicians of the Gods” so much–your insights are fascinating! I look forward to reading the new book too. I wish you good health and much enjoyment! Thank you!

  25. Keith norcross says:

    Great work, looking forward to next book. Regarding headache/tension highly recommend quality lavender oil and/or soak 1/2 oz. lavender flowers in qt. alcohol apply to paper towel then temples, forehead, neck, etc. Works on nerve pain, sciatica etc. Good luck!

  26. John Dycke says:

    I have read all your books so far and must say it is good your not a scientist as what you say makes so much sense and your research is impeccable and you say it the way it is and science seems to have trouble with that now adaze. Thank You for all your hard work and common sense approach as it is so refreshing in a time of see nothing hear nothing say nothing and you’ll be right 🙂

  27. Alexandra Moore says:

    I need help. I once read about a book, it was about pyramids in Egypt (not the Giza Pyramids) but smaller pyramids maybe to the south I believe. The book focused on french churches and cathedrals (in France)that aligned exactly with the stars in the constellation Ursa Major, from planet earth. Similar to the Great pyramid’s alignment with Orion’s belt. Does anyone know about this book? These smaller pyramids (in Egypt) were not focused on Osiris but Set. There is evidence that these smaller pyramids were about Set and the constellation Ursa Major. If anyone knows who wrote this book or the name of it, I would be extremely grateful. You can contact me direct if you like [email protected] (NZ)

  28. Richard Ran says:

    Dear Graham,
    How wonderful to hear that you’re back in the saddle!
    As to your health (migraines), please take a look into inclined bed therapy. There’s even a link with ancient Egypt, so consider that a recommendation like no other 😉
    Just raising the head end of your bed 15cm will do the trick (6 degrees incline). Works wonders against migraines. Do try it!
    Here’s the link with a picture of an Egyptian bed: https://thesiriusreport.com/health/inclined-bed-therapy/

    Best wishes from Amsterdam,

  29. dale says:

    Lets not leave out the giants of America documented by 1500 different newspapers from the 1800s of their remains from mounds all over and the Allegwa Indian giants (sp) who survived into British occupation.

  30. Jake Marquez says:

    Immensely great for for the work I know you have put into this book Graham. I am looking forward to better understand the land in which I was born into.

  31. Thelma Follett says:

    I am eager to read your book, Graham.
    I’ve read almost all of them.
    You are by far my favorite reporter of past times.
    Someday the “academics” will catch up with your discoveries in this area.
    I have been grateful to you all these many years for your scholarship and your courage.

  32. Michel Olson says:

    “America Before” much anticipated Graham!
    I am from Montana and have studied Northern Cheyenne
    and Lakota histories both academically and from my
    Traditional Warrior Society friends. These people
    Have ancient knowledge we westerners only discovered in the past two centuries!

  33. altonbarnes says:

    You are in my back yard. I did some research on northern Ohio glaciers and the younger dryas era was always an enigma. Do what you can. We as a civilization have a destiny.

  34. Tony says:

    Way to go Graham! Can’t wait for the book !!

  35. Bruce Boston says:

    Graham – So glad you are making good progress. Your work has changed my entire view of history and the historian’s task. Can’t wait for the new one. — BB —

  36. Jamie McGlue says:

    Amazing Graham! You fill me with joy to know you’re living another adventure writing about mysteries new and old. Your work is oh so precious! Bless your soul.

    P.s. if you ever need accomodation or help with anything in Montréal, I’m at your service.

    Best of luck, keep trailblazing 🙂

  37. bob smith says:

    Impatiently waiting.
    Thanks for the good reads, pushing the envelope on what should be.

  38. Andru says:

    Looking forward to the release. Are there any documentaries planned for the near future?


    I don’t understand how anybody can read your books and believe them to be true. It’s clearly all BS.

    1. Max says:

      We love you too.

    2. Alan Murphy says:

      JaJaJa. I would be upset too. Its okay! 🙂

    3. Mr D'Arcy says:

      What a charmingly shallow insight into your viewpoint! If you’d care to share your deeper understanding, studies and analysis, we would all be enthralled to be subject to the knowledge you have to share.

    4. University of Toronto Sucks says:


  40. Van Grafton says:

    Not sure why folks get on here with negative comments. Graham, so glad to know you’re feeling better and in the throes of kicking out another excellent book, this time about my part of the world! Cannot wait until this one is ready! Any chance you guys will be offering to pre-sell on here or other outlets?

  41. Joey says:

    I just finished the War God trilogy, and am very happy to hear I can look forward to a new Graham Hancock book.

  42. Esther says:

    Can’t wait to add it to my collection. I love what I’ve heard so far of your take on the Native Americans, and agree completely. Thank you for all the mind openings you have initiated. I can assure you, your life’s work has paid off.

  43. Robert Stahl says:

    Are we getting any clearer evidence on scarring in the area of the main glacier, Laurentitide (sp?), possibly toward Iceland, those craters? Anything? Now, it is not a matter of size, so much but timing, how that pieces it all together. Forward and backward timing.

  44. Joseph A Webb says:

    GH From the comment by the University of Toronto it’s obvious no one has bothered to read any of your efforts especially Fingerprints and Magicians! Thank’s for both. Have just “discovered” your works. These two are my first. Am very happy that you’ve not slighted us ‘cross the pond in the “new world”. Many of our southwestern Indian peoples have some very interesting creation myths, and the Andes appear to have been very appealing to some early/lost peoples. Looking forward to America Before! Thank you for your scholarship. JAW

  45. Izzy L. says:

    to find a real timeline of history:

  46. Kerrick says:

    Very excited to hear from you Graham. Sending positive juju your way ~~~~~~~~~~
    Very anxious to read what you have to report in America Before.

  47. Anders G says:

    Big ups from Sweden Graham.
    You are to archeology what Bob Marley is to reggae.
    Bless you!

  48. Andre Harrison says:

    Go G Man
    Stoked you are fighting fit.
    Do not go gentle into the night,
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light…and your critics!
    Vindication will come while you still draw breath and when it does I will Crack a beer in your honor

  49. Don Baker says:

    Looking forward to your new book. I’m a big fan. I hope you are familiar with Frank Waters and his insightful books on the Pueblo and Navaho tribes, including Masked Gods and Mexico Mystique.

  50. JEFF L BISHOP says:

    Thanks you GH for opening doors and new insights into the past. Will eagerly anticipate your latest read.
    Good health and here’s hoping you come to the Philadelphia, PA area soon to lecture!

  51. Marc Latham says:

    I just referenced your book comparing Americas with Middle-East, with new archaeological evidence from Tikal finding new pyramid and estimating population was ten times previously thought:

    Also, Simon Schama gave good global art timeline in first episode of new Civilisations series, and I repeat some of the highlights here:

    Best of luck with your book, and I look forward to reading it…

  52. basajaun says:

    Looking forward to reading that new book! Greetings from the Basque Country (where btw we have a very ancient isola language and a fascinating mythology that could highly be of your interest!)

  53. Adele says:

    Hi Graham,

    I’ve read all your books and I love them! I’m very anxious to read about the new discoveries in America and add “America before” to my collection of your books! Greetings from Italy!

  54. jimmy h says:

    Graham, just wanted to say thank you. Much respect for you. PEACE

  55. Josh Bannister says:

    Will you please do some UK dates soon.

  56. Matt P says:

    Very pleased to see you have recovered and are still going strong. I’m just finishing “Fingerprints of the Gods” right now and I look forward to reading this and the rest of your canon. After initially being skeptical I find your ideas fascinating.

  57. Alex H. says:

    The new, forthcoming book is wonderful news! I just finished “Magicians of the Gods” 10 minutes ago. It’s my first exposure to your work, and I cannot WAIT to pre-order (if that becomes a possibility) “America Before”. I have completely submerged into the rabbit hole. Also, as other commenters pleaded: Please take care of yourself. I am a longtime sufferer of migraines myself. Those things are no joke.

  58. dale says:

    I hope your book goes back to way before.

  59. Nigel Fox says:

    I have been a Graham Hancock reader and follower since “Lords of Poverty”. I was privileged to spend two weeks with him and JAW on the Nile in 1998 and have found Magicians to be the most unifying evidence and interpretation of the central history of modern humanity that I have ever read. I am looking foward with great anticipation to the new book. I have my own ideas about Sunda refugees and ante/postdeluvian migration and Denisovan bloodlines migrating through polynesia and up through the Americas. I can’t wait.

  60. Carl Manasco says:

    Hi Graham,
    I have read all your books multiple times. Looking forward to your next book. Glad to hear you are doing well, tell Santha I said hello.

  61. dale says:

    When it comes to modern day American Indians you know nothing Graham. You have been brainwashed by the liberal attitudes of those who want something for nothing. Stick to your own field.

  62. Sergey says:

    Thank you for all the tremendous work you’ve done!
    Cannot wait to open the new book. Dreaming of getting your signature on it some time later.

  63. Ron O. Cook says:

    Great Graham:

    Looking forward to you next book especially on America Before. I hope you include the entire length of this great realm. It all runs together and there are many great mysteries hidden deep within its secret scope. What happened here 12,900 years ago destroyed a massive way of existence. The humans here were somewhat advanced yet sparse but in those days but they had great technology (See: Machu Picchu’s back door). Their engineering expertise is of course evident at Puma Punku. If you are ever in San Antonio, you are welcome to stay at my humble abode. We do need to talk before we both go out the backdoor.

  64. Steven says:

    Don’t overwork yourself Graham. 16hr days isn’t healthy at all. That being said I’m looking forward to reading all that you’re working on

  65. Glenn kreisberg says:

    Hi Graham, it was a pleasure and privilege to visit some of the facinating sites in upstate NY with you and Santha last fall.
    You have much insight, experience and an unique perspective to bring to this great mystery. The northeast of America has totally and inappropriately marginalized by main stream scholars. Time for that to change. Looking forward to AMERICA BEFORE!

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