Having spent most of the past week at the gates of death, I thought I would take this opportunity to bring friends, readers, allies and critics up to date with what has been happening to me.

The background is that I suffered a major seizure with sustained loss of consciousness while travelling and researching in the US in May (the new non-fiction book I am working on is focused on ancient North America).

I was stabilized in the ER in Farmington New Mexico, diagnosed with atrial fibrillation of my heart, and discharged the following day on anti-coagulants to prevent a possible recurrence of what was diagnosed as a transient ischaemic attack — in other words a “mini stroke”. I suffered some loss of memory of events in the weeks before the seizure but otherwise, mercifully, no obvious neurological damage visible on the scans. The medical staff at Farmington were absolutely brilliant. I have little doubt that their rapid intervention saved my life.

However, although I do indeed have atrial fibrillation which can indeed cause strokes (the blood pools and clots in the heart), it turned out that the diagnosis I had been given was completely wrong. This was discovered in the early hours of Monday, 14 August, when I suffered further, far more severe grand mal seizures here at my home in Bath, UK. Again I was rushed to the ER and then to the intensive care ward. Again the medical staff, now at the Royal United Hospital (RUH) in Bath, were completely brilliant, caring and engaged with my case far above and beyond the call of duty. Again their intervention saved my life. This time the seizures were multiple and recurrent and my beloved wife Santha was taken aside by the neurologist who advised her to prepare herself for my death or, if by chance I survived that I would be so badly brain damaged that I would effectively be a “vegetable”. They put me in an induced coma, intubated on a ventilator for 48 hours. Eventually they were able to withdraw the tube and start me breathing for myself again. It was Wednesday 16 August, late afternoon, when I began to return to some form of consciousness baffled to see that Sean and Shanti, two of my grown-up children, had flown from Los Angeles and New York to be with Santha at my bedside together with Leila and Gabrielle, two more of our grown-up children who live in London. For quite some time I couldn’t understand what had happened, why I had a catheter in my bladder, why my brain was so foggy.

Little by little consciousness increased. I was moved to the neurology ward and on Thursday night, 17 August, much to my relief, the catheter was taken out. All day Friday 18th I remained in the neurology ward, very wobbly but able to totter to the toilet with the aid of a stick. By Friday night I was feeling much better. Finally, Saturday, I was discharged and came home.

Tests carried out established pretty clearly (although there is still some mystery over what exactly is going on) that the seizures were not caused by blood clots deriving from my atrial fibrillation, but rather by long-term over-use of a migraine medication called sumatriptan, delivered by injection; I was taking up to a dozen of these shots a month and have been doing so for more than 20 years. Turns out having migraine is itself a risk-factor for epilepsy, and research has established a link between triptans (especially when over-used) and seizures. It’s almost certain that it was the sumatriptan that had brought me to death’s door and it is now obvious that I must simply suffer the hideous and mind-numbing pain of my migraines or end up dead or a vegetable. Meanwhile I have been prescribed massive daily doses of the anti-seizure medication Keppra (Levetiracetam Milpharm) and told that I must stay on this for at least a year. I’m forbidden to drive but otherwise should be pretty functional.

The 48 hours of induced coma, though utterly harrowing for Santha, for our children and for myself were, to say the least, interesting. All kinds of questions arise. Where was “I” during these missing 48 hours? I do remember the ventilator tube being stuffed down my throat and the powerful sense that I was being invaded and asphyxiated. Are the other confused, haunting recollections that come to me from time to time memories of near-death experiences? Of actually being dead?  As I have made public in a few of my presentations I had a previous near-death experience, 50 years ago at age 17, caused by a massive electric shock. I remember looking down at myself from near the ceiling before abruptly returning to my body. My migraines started within a month of that shock and have continued ever since. One thing I know for sure now, if I had not fully grasped it before, is that the borderline between life and death is poignantly thin, fragile and permeable. We feel firmly fixed in our lives but any of us may cross over at any time. Sometimes we come back. Sometimes we don’t.

I want to put on record here my deep gratitude towards the ambulance staff and towards the medical and nursing staff in the emergency department, intensive care and neurology wards at the RUH, Bath, for the incredible level of care they extended to me and for their dogged determination not to give up on me, even when things looked very bad, but to keep trying everything that could possibly bring me back. I repeat also my thanks and appreciation towards their colleagues in Farmington New Mexico whose care for me in May was also of the absolutely highest standard.

And now… here I am! A bit wobbly to be sure, but very much in the land of the living and filled with renewed creative energy and ideas that I hope the universe will allow me to bring to fruition in my forthcoming America book.

Strangely it is as though a weight has been lifted from my shoulders. A darkness that had been hanging over me for most of this year reached its peak intensity at the time of the heated debate that Randall Carlson and I participated in with skeptic Michael Shermer and establishment geologist Marc Defant on the Joe Rogan Experience in May (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFlAFo78xoQ). The focused hatred directed at me in the comments section in the first three weeks after the debate is hardly visible in the more recent comments but, at the time, it affected me energetically in a very bad way and my intuition is that it was a contributing factor in my health breakdown. Subsequently a researcher has looked into those early comments for me and established that a very large number of them were generated by a relatively small group of people using multiple aliases and often repeating the exact same phrases with the exact same spelling mistakes. I don’t know if this was a deliberate attempt to manipulate public opinion, or what it was, or who was behind it, but it certainly hit me hard! Hatred is a vile and terrible energy, doubly so because it damages not only those who it is focused upon but also those seduced into expressing it.

My journey to the gates of death in the past week appears, however, to have cleared the energetic miasma by which I was briefly entrapped and has renewed my strength for the struggle ahead.

We have been grievously misled about our past as a species and plunged into a state of sleepy amnesia. It is desperately important that we awaken if the human family is to survive on this beautiful garden of a planet, and if we are to honour as we should the gifts of life, consciousness, joy and the opportunity to learn and to love, to grow and to develop, that the universe so generously and unhesitatingly bestows upon us.

Graham Hancock 22 August 2017

455 thoughts on “Back from the gates of death”

  1. Isaac Branco says:

    Hi. Hope you get better soon as the world needs you, and people like you, to ask the questions the mainstream academia is not asking.
    Loved your last book and, hopefully, the many more you will still write.
    Wish you all the best and if there is anything I can do to help, let me know.
    You will be in my prayers.
    Isaac

  2. Dave Jordan says:

    Graham,

    So awful to hear this! The world is not yet ready to lose you! We need you here!

  3. Andy says:

    Hope you recover soon Graham.

  4. Peter says:

    Graham, this is my wife’s business, it helps many people the world over with various head related trauma, especially migraines. Warm regards and a swift recovery!
    https://www.icekap.ca/

  5. Eero says:

    How wonderful that you are still in this land of the living and with such positive vibes.
    To me you are a sage and orator par exellence.
    Much love ❤

  6. Roderick Rees says:

    Graham – I have for years been able to dispel ordinary headaches within a few minutes, through touch with my hands. I have only once cleared out a migraine, but that took an hour; I have several times helped women with migraines (including my dermatologist, four times) who had no more than 5 -10 minutes to spare. They said it made a big difference.

    Good Licensed Massage Practitioners may be able to do the same. You will have to get to know one personally, because their normal practice is no use – you don’t want to make an appointment next week for a migraine today. But the best ones would understand that if it can be done, they can learn how. I don’t know where you live but I could look up those who might be within reach and might let you in at once, if you get to know them. Also there are different kinds of migraines and I don’t know if my touch would help with your kind.

    Unfortunately I can’t be much help – I live near Seattle; but I could divert to show you, nect time I am in the UK

  7. A. Welwisher says:

    I am so glad to hear that you are doing well Graham. If you haven’t looked into alternative therapies, there has been some interesting research done regarding intermittent fasting and seizures.

    Here is an article you may find intriguing.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3740951/

  8. maggie curbow says:

    When I read the story of the seizures and close brush with death I was shocked. I am here commenting because you influenced my life in greatly appreciated ways. Many think positively, glowingly about your contributions, yet have been quiet about our love and gratitude. It left the commentary to those with intent to stop you because your words threaten their nest eggs.

    That the miasma cleared a bit is good news because from wherever the source, the dark heavy pressure was dangerous to your well being.
    much love from North America, Maggie

  9. Thomas WILLIAMS says:

    Dear Mr. Hancock,

    I am distressed to hear of your illness and very glad of your recovery and your optimism about the road ahead. I look forward to your new book as I to have had questions about the accuracy of current versions of ancient American history.

    Thomas A Williams, PhD

  10. Colin says:

    As someone who has followed in your footsteps, read your adventures and erudite explorations of our world and our dimly recollected heritage; as someone who has planned trips to walk in the same footsteps of yours in the sands and stones of historical sites around the world, and as someone in deep gratitude for your contributions to a widened historical perspective for our species, and a wizened view of our modern struggle for rights over our own consciousness, I am humbled by your story and recent tribulations. I am so grateful that your story continues, with you as the very-much alive protagonist! Thank you for all you do, and I humbly submit my own voice as counter to the negativity you’ve experienced along the way. All best wishes for continued recovery–may this brush with fragility serve to reignite your passions.

  11. Dennis says:

    Very glad to you are doing well, Graham! Here’s hoping you make a full recovery and some relief from your migraines. Cheers!

  12. Derek carrick says:

    Wishing you all the love in the world, you are an amazing man.

    Derek carrick
    Ireland

  13. Sumati says:

    Thank you Graham, for sharing the knowledge you gain, your insights, and for sticking with it when prevailing opinion is less than open.
    So glad you’ve survived this and continue to share.

  14. Brandon Perry says:

    Great to hear you made it through. I have a comment for you, you sir have changed my life for the better. I Love your work and to me you are the authority on our history. There are a few great men on this planet and you are one of them. I am so thankful for everything you do and share with us. Keep it up always waiting and watching to see what truth you uncover next.

  15. Paul says:

    All the best mate get well and keep researching

  16. Tyler W. says:

    Thankful you made it through and looking forward to your next book on NA! Stay positive and know that there are so many of us out here who regard your work as a courageous beacon of light into a forgotten past. Stay strong!

  17. Karl says:

    I wish you the best, looking forward towards your new book.

  18. Tom V says:

    Graham-
    Glad to hear you’re on the mend. If you still get migraines, the People’s Pharmacy has several non-drug remedies that have been shown to be effective.

  19. Adam Tinkoff says:

    Goodness gracious! What a harrowing story. I am so glad you made it through and had such phenomenal care to help you. Also glad you are on the mends to a full and productive recovery. The world needs you now more than ever! Best wishes and gratitude.

  20. James Woodward says:

    Graham, I hope your rehabilitation goes well and you’re feeling much better soon, very best wishes to you, James

  21. Ben Hunter says:

    Stay strong Graham, you are a true inspiration. Many thanks for all your work

  22. Antony says:

    Hi Mr Hancock,
    I wish you a full recovery, and many more years with us !!
    Regarding migraines, I can only speak about my own experience, having learned that our thoughts ARE Energy.
    Whenever I was in a situation I didn’t accept, I would get, any one of these symptoms, ranging from a buzzing in my ears, a loud, deep hum in my ears, a headache, to the ultimate, a migraine. These would, I learned, represent the different levels of the energy I put “behind” my ” non-acceptance ” of the event/situation. My own energy “opposing” the situation.
    So, understanding the mechanism at play, I had no choice BUT to fully accept those events, not just saying it, but really meaning it , and it would always work miracles … usually, within 1/2-1 hour, the condition would vanish.
    My ” paranormal ” experiences in life led me to search for our “Unknown Reality “, and my latest finding is Bashar, channelled by Darryl Anka, in LA, for the past 30 years. He’s been explaining, in a clear, coherent, concise, no ” mumbo jumbo ” way the true nature of reality, and ours, of course.
    All to do with consciousness !!
    I learned so much from his material, that’s why I highly suggest you have a look into his material : bashar dot org.
    I have zero ties with Mr Anka, just want to share !! :o)

    Thanks for all you do !!
    Antony

  23. Sheldon says:

    There is no one that can carry the torch with the strength that you do, Graham. History, and the revision of it, needs your knowledge and experiences.. for you to contemplate and articulate the pieces of this incomplete puzzle.

    You have inspired intellectual curiosity in me on many subjects with your passionate drive to know more. That is a gift that is shared with me, and by me, and ever growing..

  24. Ben van Kerkwyk says:

    Graham, thanks so much for posting this. I’m very glad your doctors have narrowed in on the root cause, and here’s to a speedy and full recovery! Your work is vitally important for our species to reclaim our full heritage, and you’ve inspired so many to ask questions and re-examine the dogmatic, blinkered perspectives of our past that we’re offered by establishment and academia.

    Your work and the time I’ve been lucky enough to spend with you touring and investigating the astonishing relics of our past in south america and egypt has legitimately changed my life. It was a very major component of the decision to quit the day job, start Pukajay Productions with Luke and dedicate myself to creating content and helping to spread the message that we need to re-examine our past, in light of so much new evidence, so that we might save our future.

    Can’t wait to hear more about the new book. If I might be so selfish, I believe your work isn’t done and the best is yet to come! You have lots of support – don’t let the bastards get you down! Our Q&A videos with you (on the bus trip through Peru and Bolivia) are full of positive commentary and support, your words and prose are opening minds and changing people’s lives every day for the better.

    The very nature of establishment is to resist change, and in many ways you are the spearhead of this movement and as such seem to attract their ire. I am working on a deconstruction of your debate – I think Shermer and Defant got exposed and I intend to show it. The litany of strawmen, appeals to establishment, other logical fallacies and the refusal to debate on the issues, not to mention Shermer’s admittance to ‘never having been to Egypt,’ made it quite clear to me which way the debate went.

    Best wishes on a speedy recovery.
    ben van kerkwyk

  25. Joseph Ratliff says:

    Graham,

    It’s good to have you back. I’m glad you pulled through (TWICE, three times?!?!).

    BAM! WHACK! BOOF! You came back again.

    Ignore the haters, you’re doing good work.
    (Dare I say, monumental work).

    I’m personally looking forward to your next book, sir.

  26. Neal Ramsey says:

    Glad to hear you are doing better Mr Hancock. I would like you to know there are many of us out here who love and support you and your work. I know it’s hard but please concentrate on those of us who at times should be more vocal in lending support to people like you. Just remember you are the one that history will remember as a loud voice trying to correct the amnesia that those filled with hatred are trying to stamp down. Because they too deep down, know you and your colleagues are correct and that they’ve contributed only hatred because they’ve spent their entire careers in the dark and are to afraid to face that fact.
    I have listened to the JRE podcast, in fact I’ve listened to all of you and Mr Carson’s appearances on Joe’s show and it has changed my entire opinion of history. I have since sought out and listened to dozens of your appearances and interviews.
    I hope you are able to recover fully because the world needs men like yourself to help change the way we think not only of history but the future as well.

    Yours truly,

  27. Paul McMillan says:

    Glad you are still with us Graham! And glad I’ll get a chance to read another of your books too!
    Dom D’Agostino recently spoke on the JRE about the effects a ketogenic diet can have on migraines and mentions a girl at Oxford who is particularly specialist in that field due to her own migraine sufferings, you should check it out.
    Hope you have a full recovery!
    Best regards,
    Paul.

  28. Elizabeth Hilton says:

    Thank you for letting us know.Thinking of you with love and thanks for the wonderful metal stimulation you have given to me in my life.
    A fan

  29. charles bundy says:

    Please take care of yourself Graham, You have given us so much and I would hate to see you taken away so young. You have so much talent and have made a huge impact on a lot of lives. You have opened up so many minds to the idea that we have forgotten most of our past and we were probably a BETTER species at one point.

    Listen to the Dr’s and take it easy for a while. I am excited knowing that you are writing another non-fiction book and have something to look forward to. I also had a nasty spell last christmas time and had a little stroke. It took several months to get myself back to “normal”. The worst thing was it happened during a pcylociben trip and i wasnt sure what happened until I went to the dr the next day He assured me that it had nothing to do with the mushrooms and I would have had it regardless. Kind of like a “pressure release valve”

    The point is, you WILL bounce back. It just takes time. Gaia be with you.

  30. Christina says:

    Welcome back Graham! Your insight is inspirational. Keep well x

  31. lisa stevens says:

    Love and blessings to you and your family Graham

  32. Jody says:

    I love you man. So sorry you have suffered so much while I have gone on enjoying all your work in nievity. Glad things are getting better and hope everything continues to improve in your life. With all the love and energy I can possibly give from across the ocean, jODY

  33. Zoe Reynolds says:

    So happy you’re still here, Graham….please take good care of yourself and hang around as long as possible in the physical, tho we know you will never be too far away, a still conscious entity on the planet. We look forward to your forthcoming work, bringing additional revelations of our past and possible future. You are, have been, and I’m certain, will continue to walk the Narrow Path of Service to the One Humanity….

  34. Merria Winston Woods says:

    Mr. Hancock, I’m glad to hear your health is better. I enjoy reading your work and looking forward to the latest book about North America.

  35. Julian Gallegos says:

    Over joyed you were able to make it past such an intense sequence of events! Your a favorite author of mine and a human being I emulate to be on your level of consciousness. Your work in this life and on this earth is far from over, hope you a speedy recovery and am eagerly looking forward to all your future work!

    Your student,
    Julian

  36. Doc Bailey says:

    Just finished watching the Joe Rogan episode #872 and absolutely loved it — that was you and Carlson, such a wonderful wide-ranging interview. Came here to your site, as you suggested and BOOM — you are back from the Gates of Death! I am horrified and relieved at the same time, so grateful you remain among us. Looking forward to your next book!

  37. Dan Robinson says:

    So sorry to hear about this but very happy you are on the mend.. Magicians of the Gods is by my side about to be cracked open seaside in New Brunswick Canada. Your work has put to print what I have always known to be true..things ARE much older than we have been taught….keep up then spirit get work

  38. Daniel Fielder says:

    Wow! What an experience. So happy and thankful that you are ok. And so grateful that you are continuing on your mission with vigor and enthusiasm.

  39. Joe Moore says:

    Glad you are back on your feet and thanks for your hard work.
    You were treated very unfairly on that JRE show. I was mad for weeks after hearing it.
    Please keep on with the work. It is valuable.
    Joe Moore
    Psychedelics Today

  40. Kevin says:

    Haters are everywhere. Your originality and open mindedness are both exciting and extremely humbling, and unfortunately make you a target. I appreciate your work and your words. They have helped me to always try to challenge my own bias and keep my heart and mind open.
    Regarding the sceptics, it is odd that many people refuse to believe that there might be some bias from establishment academics, who find themselves on the defense. It seems perfectly natural to me, that a person whose entire career (identity) being based on an established narrative, which is now being challenged, might react with hostility. The internal questioning that happens when their long held beliefs are cast into doubt must be: Am I wrong? If my entire thesis was built on false ideas, am I still a doctor? Am I a fraud? When presented with this identity death, it seems many will double down instead of open up. The more ground these people lose, the more hostile they become, and eventually they engage in guerilla warfare just as all losing armies do. (Anonymous and ridiculous character assassination) I hope this is the last gasp of a dying ideological clergy. You have them on the run, their last ditch is to flee to the hills, dig in, and raid the occasional youtube post. Eventually they will be the flat earthers of our grandchildren’s time.
    Please take care of yourself. Do not forget your family in favor of your work. Do not let the hate and fear of others overpower your love and hope. Understand that you and the others you have worked with have opened a door that cannot be shut. If you were to never write another word (It is my sincerest hope that this is not the case) you should feel secure in your legacy. You should know that you have participated in planting the seed and tending the sprout of the truth about our origins and nature.
    Thank you,
    Kevin

  41. Michael Moriarty says:

    Wishing you a speedy recovery Graham! You were brilliant on JRE.

  42. Josh Jakubowski says:

    I can assure you, you have many many more supporters than detractors. You’re an absolute inspiration, and the world needs you. Thank you for the update, we’re all behind you Graham!

  43. Ed says:

    I wish you well. As far as your passion goes, perhaps worry less about convincing and spreading the word like a journalist and just do it for yourself. Have faith the truth will inevitably reveal itself.

  44. Mark says:

    Willing you a speedy recovery Graham. You’re a true star!

  45. Nick says:

    Glad to see you’re still on this side of the fence. I believe humanity needs you. Even if most don’t realize it. Take care of yourself and be with your family.

  46. Joni says:

    I am so glad you made it Graham. You´ve helped me so much through your work and taught me enormous amounts about ancient history. Without ever meeting you, I think you are a beautiful human being.

    I just wanted to express my love and my gratitude.

    Best Wishes, Joni (Helsinki, Finland)

  47. Jesse Rodriguez, AIA says:

    Dear Mr. Hancock,
    It’s great to hear that you are on the mend and feeling a lot better. I would like to send my positive thoughts and wishes to you and your family.
    I’m a 37 year old architect, slowly getting into my own studio practice. When I first came across your work, roughly five years ago, I was feeling somewhat lost and confused during that period of my life. I had been reading books by Carl Sagan and others alike in hopes of finding a direction. When I came across your book, Finger Prints of the Gods, I felt like I finally had a sense of understanding what it is that I was looking for. You provided some light for me in knowing that everything we truly know or have been taught can be put into serious question and reconsidered for a positive approach in life.
    You have provided me with the urge to approach my architectural practice knowing that we have to be modest and humble while being respectful to our only mother earth. You taught me how to think about things before taking the provided information at face value. And you have shown me the real beauty of some of the most ancient structures in the world built by men and women.
    I’ve seen almost all of your interviews, lectures and discussion online (including all JRE’s). I’ve become more convinced in your research and started following R. Carlson’s, A. West’s and R. Bauval’s research as a result.
    Please know that you’re in my thoughts and I wish you the best. Do not to let some bad comments from a few people get to you. I’m sure there are 100x’s more that feel the opposite however stand quite while you work your magic. I’m one of those, as am taking the time now to write this to you in hopes further demonstrating what an important and passionate person you are.
    Keep up the tremendous work, as I’m sure it will continue to impact many more past my life time.
    Sincerely,
    Jesse R.

  48. Jake Eller says:

    Funny, in a way, how TIA could instead be interpreted as This Is Africa. Anyways, I hope the best for your health!

  49. Rufina says:

    Graham, para mi eres el mejor investigador de todo lo que nos ocultan y pienso que te estas metiendo en la cueva de los lobos, Norteamerica. Cuidado tienen “armas” que ni nos imaginamos. Todo es “solo” pura intuicion por mi parte.
    Descansa y trabaja tu consciencia para que nada te afecte, ese odio y muchas mas cosas que utilizarán contra ti no deben permearte, si ves que te afectan aléjate de la gran visivilidad publica que es lo que no van a permitir.
    Es mi sentimiento con todo el afecto del mundo para ti.

  50. Jeroen says:

    Dear Graham,

    I really love your work and wish you and your family the best.

    Be well kind sir.

    Best regards

    Jeroen

  51. fonso says:

    Blessings and love and peace sent to you Brother Hancock. Stay surrounded by positive energy, we await your next book, talk, presentation. You’re one of the truth seekers in our world. Keep illuminating our world as we walk this journey with you. Peace.

  52. Rufina says:

    Quise decir: “ese odio y muchas cosas mas que utilizaran contra ti”

  53. Erik Brandt says:

    Glad you’re still with us Graham! Your words are always enlightening. Thank you for your hard work and determination.

  54. Alec Henderson says:

    Do some research into a ketogenic diet Graham it could be the perfect solution to help you get off both those drugs. Joe Rogan has the contacts.

  55. Brian Stanic says:

    Sad to hear about your health but delighted to hear you are making a good recovery. You got me started on the road to enlightenment with your book Fingerprints of the Gods, back in the late 90s. I have read many other books since then and I am in no doubt, there was an advanced civilisation(s) long before our own. It has also been an interesting journey on the human psyche. Even some of my own family members get visibly agitated when I raise the subject of our prehistory. Your recent nugget of a tweet on the Younger Dryas event was very interesting and fits very nicely with what I have discovered. Coincidentally, I was attending a lecture at the University of Hertfordshire that very same week. The subject was “Asteroids Comets and Impacts. Should we worry?” and the presenter was Robin Catchpole (astronomer at the Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge). Incredibly, during his presentation, no mention was made of the Younger Dryas event. When I spoke with him after the presentation and asked him why he didn’t mention such an important event, and one that would have been very interesting to the audience, he replied; “I used to but you know how fashions come and go”. Quite incredible! An extinction event as little as 12700 years ago and he prefers to think of the subject as a fashion. By the way, I was not the slightest bit surprised in his comment and part of my reason for asking was to confirm if he took the establishment view. As a Web Designer, I am thinking (work allowing) of doing my own little bit for the cause and I am considering launching a website to try and bring everything together. A starting place for someone new to the subject. A place that offers advice and collateral material on how best to discuss the subject with the uninitiated, for maximum effect.

    Anyway, enough of that. Once gain, get well soon. I look forward to reading your new book.

  56. Sen says:

    The love and gratitude for your work and for who you are as a person, overshadow by great magnitude the blind hate that few suffering souls might direct at you sometimes.
    Please confide in this and don’t lower your hears to listen to those chaotic noises no more, for the sake of you and of those who still need you to be around for quite a while (we are many). Thank you and take care mr. Hancock.

  57. JB says:

    Don’t let the hate get to you. There are many of us out there who you are an inspiration to!!

  58. Peter Livingstone says:

    Graham

    Glad to hear you are on the road to recovery. Keep writing. Your books are certainly an inspiration to me. Wishing you all the best.

    Peter

  59. Adam M says:

    Glad to hear you pulled through! The new book sounds amazing, looking forward to it.
    I’ve heard (and am positive you have as well) about research on psilocybin for certain types of migraines. Not sure if there’s any overlap with your situation, and I’m sure you’ve already looked into It, but could be worth looking into if you haven’t yet.

    Cheers!

  60. Michelle says:

    Keep up the good fight, Graham! Your work is a true gift to humankind. Thank you.

  61. Cecily says:

    Glad you are on the mend!

  62. Margaret Trowbridge says:

    Dear Graham,
    I worked as a registered nurse for 30 years and know the horrors and side effects of pharmaceuticals. My father was a dentist who worked up until age 88 and passed away at age 93 … he said he was tired. He never took any pharmaceuticals. Like his father before him who was a veterinarian and passed also at age 93. I was terminated from my job for my outspoken truths regarding vaccinations. Please consider alternative treatments. It is now well known that cannabis oil is a miracle plant in the treatment of seizures. I have read your books and I think you are amazing in mind and spirit. Many blessing to you .

  63. Ian Spencer says:

    I live in Bath too and spent 5 weeks in intensive care but I was on full life support for 4 weeks. The experience took years to unpack. I no longer fear death and I came back as a completely changed person and sort literature from the likes of yourself to try to get a grip on that place we both ‘went’ to.
    Anyway, heres wishing you a full recovery. Ian Spencer.BA1

  64. Alan Moretti says:

    Graham I have always loved your insights and you approach to life. An open mind and now I learn more about you. I too had a near death experience. Since then my life’s viewpoint has changed to one of loving life and the opportunity to stay here on earth. I cannot imagine how people fill their minds with hate. Especially for one who only suggests to look at things from another perspective and decide for yourself. There is room for many views and beliefs as long as they do note end up in hate and attack of innocent people.
    Welcome back Graham. I am selfishly happy you are staying to spend more time helping us see what may have happened in a past that is slowly unfolding along the lines that you so clearly have shown us in your many books and essays. You, along with Carl Jung are my hero’s. I do not worship people but you and Carl Jung have both opened my eyes to a new world of possibilities and the power of the mind.
    WELCOME BACK!!!!!!!
    With love,
    Alan Moretti
    Worcester, NY

  65. Bob Eberle says:

    Very happy that you are recovering so well following your seizures. I too caught your podcast mentioned in the article and noted your distress and anger with Shermer and Defant. Understandable when viewed in the light of endless research seemingly ignored and summarily dismissed by Shermer and Defant, but your high road isn’t blind orthodoxy, and never will be. Toke on, Graham. May your next work be as enlightened as those that preceded it.

  66. Alan Moretti says:

    Graham I have always loved your insights and you approach to life. An open mind and now I learn more about you. I too had a near death experience. Since then my life’s viewpoint has changed to one of loving life and the opportunity to stay here on earth. I cannot imagine how people fill their minds with hate. Especially for one who only suggests to look at things from another perspective and decide for yourself. There is room for many views and beliefs as long as they do note end up in hate and attack of innocent people.
    Welcome back Graham. I am selfishly happy you are staying to spend more time helping us see what may have happened in a past that is slowly unfolding along the lines that you so clearly have shown us in your many books and essays. You, along with Carl Jung are my hero’s. I do not worship people but you and Carl Jung have both opened my eyes to a new world of possibilities and the power of the mind.
    WELCOME BACK!!!!!!!
    With love,
    Alan Moretti
    Worcester, NY

  67. Carlos Hinojosa says:

    Thanks to the divinity we still have with you, Graham. His works have marked a watershed in our lives and, in my case, gave me the satisfaction of checking that all the alternative vision I have of human history was on the right path. Hopefully we can soon read his work on the enigmas of North America. I wish you a speedy recovery from Zacatecas, in the Mexican semi-desert.

  68. Edward Lawrence says:

    Glad yo hear of your recovery. Get 100% soon Graham!! Eddie larry

  69. Janet S says:

    I’m so sorry to hear of your ill health. I hope things turn around for you and that you find some other treatment for your migraines.

  70. steven moran says:

    I’m glad you are staying with us a bit longer. The world would be a darker place without you.

  71. Francisco A Zamora says:

    Please forgive them , don’t carry Their burden with you. Your bad experience and your knowledge also teaches All of us. So glad you are “well” we send you protection in light and love .

  72. David McDaniel says:

    My Family and I Are grateful that You walk among Us. The “Human Condition” and quite frankly the general Hysteria of our species is both discerning and Alarming.People are running to and fro and it appears we are on the Cusp of what I interpret to be an out of control Train with one forgone conclusion.I am not a prophet of Doom and gloom, but I do believe we cannot continue to exist or Survive unless A radical change occurs in Our collective conscious. I believe in the prophecy of a few “seers” but also must include the Holy Bible and also the books that have been deleted.I believe the Vatican and the great nations of the world have collectively kept Most of the “hidden or Forgotten” knowledge, and I whole- heartedly respect and agree with Your Hypotheses, and then some. You have no idea the scope and breadth that those Institutions are going to with keeping Us in Darkness and mis/dis information.They have an Agenda and utter Chaos will ensue if humanity became aware of what is in store for most.Put quite simply>< 1 billion people on earth [approx. date 1970] how much time in earths' history to get to this point…50 years later we approach 8 billion or more…If one seriously reflects on this one fact,this most likely cannot and will not continue as we know it.I consider this a Sobering thought And this is just the Start. A Man walks with us today, benefit of our Doctors' wisdom. Please continue Your quest and "Go to Hell" for the Critics and Ignoramuses that attempt to silence You. Shame on Them. They do a disservice to humankind and only serve their "masters". May Your Flame Burn Bright and Light the Way!! God Speed! David As I have said before, we have a seat at our campfire for You, well,we can make enough room for your "tribe" also….STAY STRONG

  73. steve says:

    Good luck dude, take care, really appreciate you and everything you stand for. Love from East London

  74. Kirk says:

    Wish you a continual, speedy recovery, Graham. I cannot measure the influence your books have on me or the gratitude for stimulating my mind and instilling the need to question what we’re told by the established scientific community. I look forward to your next book and many more to come. Take care, my friend!

  75. Eric says:

    Get well Graham. Be good to yourself. Thanks for the questions you ask. Stay curious.

  76. Ann says:

    Dear mr. Hancock,
    From Groningen with love! Glad you can stay in this realm a little bit more time! You said it very nicely “One thing I know for sure now, if I had not fully grasped it before, is that the borderline between life and death is poignantly thin, fragile and permeable. We feel firmly fixed in our lives but any of us may cross over at any time. Sometimes we come back. Sometimes we don’t.”

  77. James says:

    So glad you’re improving. My thoughts are with you and your family. I love your work, be it fiction or non fiction. Warmest regards, J.

  78. espahbodforghani says:

    welcome back brother, slow and steady you’ll grow out of this situation too, much love and respect

  79. Tom Clyne says:

    Wishing you a return to good health, and thankful that you have survived this rough episode. I enjoy your books and videos, and look forward to your new works.

  80. Kate says:

    holy shit, man! Sending you so much LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE. you write beautifully and think a lot the same way as I do- what is this life? what is consciousness? all those things. Yet you are much more articulate than I am. I hope you heal well and that is such an intense experience. I am sorry that happened to you and I am energetically loving you from the USA even though I don’t know you, I have read some of your things and watched some of your talks and I find you to be very cool and wise. Much love and health and peace to you. form Kate in Vermont USA

  81. Tim Baker says:

    Graham, first of all I wish you and your family all the best in your recovery.
    And secondly thank you for your hard work all these years in awaking human kind to there real past present and future.

    Bless you Sir your my hero.

  82. Jeff Sherman says:

    Thank God you have recovered. Good luck to you and your family and on a selfish note please keep writing for us!

  83. Patricio Lobos says:

    Hi Graham,

    I hope you are in way to fully recover from this ordeal. We need spirits like you that lift this arrogant veil, set upon us for those who believes themselves the only holders of truth in this world. With the highest appreciation and hoping to hear more from you,
    Patricio Lobos

  84. Michael Rübenach says:

    Dear Graham,
    thank You thank You thank You.
    Thank You for being You, for Your tremendous work, for Your endurance, for Your Love, for Your sacrifices.
    I am very relieved to read that Your energy is renewed.
    At this point I only want to share with You what I find fairly consoling when it comes to the Reality of Death. It’s a quote from a block buster movie actually, Troy.

    The gods envy us. They envy us because we’re mortal, because any moment may be our last. Everything is more beautiful because we’re doomed. You will never be lovelier than you are now. We will never be here again.

    A very big hug from Germany,
    michael

  85. Jpvankouwen says:

    Hi Graham,

    Sorry to hear about your health issues.

    Perhaps you know of this text, a greek text on the building of King Solomon’s Temple:
    74. And the second said: “I am called Barsafael, and I cause those who are
    subject to my hour to feel the pain of migraine. If only I hear the words,
    ‘Gabriel, imprison Barsafael,’ at once I retreat.”

    You need a demon expellar who let’s Gabriel expell this one 😉

    Keep at it, and seek help from Spiritual doctors as well!!

  86. janet bestwick says:

    I am sending my love and positive vibes to you X

  87. Marek Wedler says:

    You are a giant amongst truth seekers. I wish you continued good health. We all do our part to keep your work going but its obviously massively appreciated if you are still around for as long as possible to steer a good path!!

  88. Your fan says:

    Wishing you a speedy recovery Graham! Your work is not finished yet by any means and take heart in all the good will being shown you! As for trolling AI could be to blame! X

  89. Veronica Roach says:

    I am so sorry to hear of your horrible illness but very happy you found great medical help in good time and now feel so much better – great job Hospitals in UK & US, this man is very much appreciated for the insight he gives to all ! Enjoy your new adventure getting into new insights on the America topic, I look forward to all you will be able to do in the coming years. Sincerely wish you & your family all the best.

  90. Carl Magnus Hannaford says:

    Happy you are safe and well Graham. I have enjoyed you and your work for many years now and am glad I get the chance to enjoy it into the future.

    Please don’t let the vocal minority get you down. They are neither representative of us as a species nor those that have listened to you. I never comment, or weigh in – just become better by listening and thinking. However in this instance I’ve decided to send this message because I hope it goes some little way to prove the point.

    Take care.

    Carl Magnus

  91. Nathaniel H says:

    Hi Graham,

    as a long time fan of your work, who is anticipating with excitement, what you have yet to release, this was upsetting to read and I sincerely wish you a full and quick recovery. That this episode has a positive side to it is heartening for myself and your fans I’m sure, (and yourself obviously!) That the universe will see you continue with your work I have no doubt. You are a bright light, and your intuition about the dangers of engaging/submitting to the the darker forces around us is something that I fully recognise as a real truth and as something that needs constant remedy. So glad you have come through.. Wishing you all the best, in strength, health and happiness. (look into natural remedies for those migraines) best wishes

  92. Brian Mitchell says:

    Fantastic news. Even my own strength and motivation has soared with your good news.

  93. Michael says:

    God bless and protect you and your loved ones as you recover from what was obviously a traumatic experience…I am so grateful you have survived to share with us your immense knowledge and insights exercise caution and may you find abundant health and energy

    A fan.
    Michael

  94. Gary Mclean says:

    Hi Graham, even though i have never met you i have followed your work for years. I have from a very early age had a fascination with the unexplained world. The work you did with Robert Bauvall really flicked the switch in my brain, the whole red pill moment about the amnesia we have as a race and how certain parts of the scientific establishment have not followed their scientific duties to follow the questions and seek the truth. These people will in the years to come will look like the catholic church in the not too distant past.I am a huge fan of both your fiction and non fiction works. I remember when my books arrived last year with the signed first page signed by yourself when you and Santha must have spent weeks and a fortune on stamps returning these to all your fans. Your tenacity, intelligence and inquisitiveness are an exemplar to us all. As a fellow seeker of truth regarding our past and the very nature of reality and how we perceive it i wish you a full recovery and you will certainly be in my thoughts. Best wishes my friend..Gary Mclean, Kent.

  95. Mark Gledhill says:

    Wow i am so sorry for everything i have just read. No one deserves illness like that but sometimes it’s out of our hands. The nasty comments towards you is just unfair! You are brilliant in so many ways, thank you and keep fighting!

  96. Erin says:

    Mr. Hancock,

    Feverfew plant that is in the daisy family can be grown in your yard . If you chew on a leaf a day it should keep your migraines away and it is a pretty plant in the garden.Used before pharmaceuticals
    Good luck!

  97. Jesse Clark says:

    A compelling and beautifully articulated account…what a challenge to have survived and overcome, clearly not time for you to leave us quite yet… Now remember: don’t read the comments! I thought everybody knew that! Peace, Love, and a Long Life…!

  98. Jerry Grauman says:

    Grahamn, I cannot thank you enough for your vibrant spirit and your passion to share your journey and knowledge with us all on this planet. If it were not for you and your incredible and fearless work, so many of us would still be so sleepy. Many blessings to you and your family.

  99. Adrian Carter says:

    Get well soon and stay well. I think now more than ever we need your voice and opinion on the state of reality with it being so perilously close to it permanently changed for the worse. Glad you are ok, I to suffer with migraines but shunned triptans after my first course I could feel they where not right, having spent time with the use of natural tryptamines as a solution to migraines then switching to nhs prescribed meds I quickly decided they where poison. I would recommend looking into psilocybin as a migraine treatment obviously get good medical advice with is use and the affects with epilepsy but it’s at least worth some research.
    Don’t die on us yet, use your strength and determination and fight the good fight we need you next book. We have already lost Terence Mckenna and Hunter S Thompson we need more free thinkers like you to help light the way into a better future. Ignore the bottom of the Internet bigots who have nothing better to do than troll open-mindedness. Those who think least have little to say and plenty of energy to say it, you are supported thoroughly by those who actually listen and think. Hope everything settles down for you and you family give them our love and you have our respect.
    From the Carter family, my self , my wife and three children we all support you.

  100. LaVonne says:

    We are all glad to hear from you. May every day greet you with good health! Take care

  101. Rich Moser says:

    Thank you for the update Graham, and well expressed! Godspeed.

  102. Sally A says:

    Very relieved to find you are on the mend. Take it slow and solid a day at a time.

    You are correct, we stand at a rather critical juncture. It is recognized by many now, and the web brings hundreds if not thousands into the fold daily.

    The parts of the world civilized without their connection to Spirit now can rejoin the ancient and wise peoples who were not robbed of their connection.

    Be well, heal fully, and keep us updated, we are all pulling for you. <3

    [I use zptech dot net "Zinergy" between roof of mouth and soft pallette for migraines, and add doTERRA BREATHE over the face and neck if the condition persists. doTERRA PRODUCTS (Amazon)]
    They have always relieved the condition.

  103. Victor Fuhrman says:

    Wonderful that you are on the mend and please accept my healing energy and prayers on your behalf.
    Blessings for a complete recovery!

  104. Reenah McGill says:

    Graham there are acupuncture points which will totally relieve your migraines. One is on the dorsum of your foot between the large toe and next – my success rate with this is 60-70%. The other one is on the hand between the 1st and 2nd metacarpals. You have good practitioners in England who would help immensely – don’t suffer needlessly!!!!

  105. Sean says:

    Graham, Thoughts and warm wishes for your speedy recovery! FYI, on the topic of consciousness, I published a book on the emotions science and neuroscience of consciousness, and the expansion of consciousness experience typically called “spiritual enlightenment”, to include the receptors in play in the brain, and the likely process which is occurring during those transformational moments. It discusses the evidence for consciousness within our cells, the consciousness and emotions within plants and animals, deep intelligence within the brain, and discloses my personal experience of enlightenment catalyzed by meditation alone (have never done psychedelics although I plan to for comparison). I dedicated the book to you, Rogan, Tyson, and other seekers of truth. My first book on a connected topic is getting 4.8 of 5 stars about the human mind. Please provide the address to send you a copy to seanewebb@gmail and I will forward a copy of one or both books to read. They both present new peer reviewed major journal research I think you would love to review. Hugs! Sean Webb

  106. Casey Boroski says:

    CANNABIS. MOVE TO CANADA GRAHAM!

  107. Brian Klocek says:

    Hey Graham,

    So glad you’re back! You may want to try cbd heavy cannabis to treat your symptoms. https://www.cwhemp.com
    I am in no way affiliated with the company, i just know that big pharma is much more concerned with profit than cures and that cweb was design specifically to treat seizure symptoms in a young girl whose parents were at their wits end with conventional therapies.

    I saw the joe rogan podcast and thought you were excellent! It’s really too bad that people write negative comments on the web out of their own ignorance and, as u so succinctly point out, the negative energy is very hurtful and not as easy to ignore as those who’ve never been a target say it is. I don’t always agree with you, shoot good Sir, i don’t even agree with me all the time, but instead of going to playground ridicule, shouldn’t it be an invitation to a constructive debate, where either or both parties garner some knowledge that they didnt have before.

    Your experience in NM also really sheds light on the supposed superior healthcare we have here in the states…im glad they treated you well but their misdiagnosis is typical. That a natl healthcare system did a better job would be anathema to the political climate here and probably labelled as fake news because like, you know, corporations always tell us the truth.

    Anyway, i’m glad you’re doing okay and seem to be full of creative energy! Thanks again, for questioning conventional thought and letting the world know that there may be a lot more to human history than we are being told. Get well and stay in touch!

  108. Steve Granek says:

    Thank you for all your insights!
    You are formidable, expansive & my hero!

  109. Gillian Semple says:

    Heal well, soon and strong! You can’t change Haters!

  110. Shauna says:

    Graham, I am so glad that you are okay and still with us considering what you have just been through! Hearing about your migraines, I was inspired to suggest CBD oil as a treatment instead of the pharmaceutical epilepsy treatments. I have found a double blind randomized study on the effects of CBD oil with peripheral neuropathic pain (http://www.pharmazie.uni-jena.de/phamedia/LS+Pharmazeutische+Biologie/Seminar_BioIII/10_Cannabis_Schmerz.pdf), and also another article closer examining historic use and modern scientific findings, further identifying it’s benefits with epilepsy (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/epi.12631/full). I have also heard of many stories of people with epilepsy who try CBD oil and are able to live normal lives again without seizures, and as treatments for pain.

    I’m from Australia, and it is such a value to have you on the planet Graham, I am truly glad you are able to continue on and I am sending you all the love that I am able. No need to absorb the hatred from close-minded people, you are of great value here and they are simply foolish to become negatively triggered by your thought-provoking research. xo

  111. Daniel Ross says:

    Thank you for sharing this deeply personal experience. Wishing you increasingly better health going forward!

  112. Francisco Raposo says:

    I wish you the best, Graham. I know it is hard, but you have to develop some sort of shield against personal attacks on the web, especially given that troll farms are a real thing. However, whether conscious or not, I am certain that these attacks come from minds infested by fear, instead of love. Haters gonna hate, you just have to keep doing your thing in order to help them too, for they are also victims.

  113. Donald Nelson says:

    Love you & Respect you so much!
    You’ve opened my eyes & I am eternally great full…
    Keep fighting the good fight.
    I’m so sorry you’ve had to endure so much negativity that only exacerbated your condition. I’ve worked with many clients who’ve had mini & grand Mall seizures & it breaks my heart…
    I wish you all the health in the universe!
    Much love!
    From the west coast Santa Cruz ~ Don Nelson

  114. Jaime a ballard says:

    God speed my man! Wishing for a full recovery, get well soon!

  115. Gareth says:

    Glad you are doing better! Hang in there. The world desperately needs more of your unique perspective.

  116. Alberto says:

    Graham,
    I’m sorry you had to go through this but very happy you came back! We need you alive and kicking so you can keep doing your incredibly amazing and important work! A big warm hug to you!
    Alberto

  117. Charles Denniston says:

    I have watched you with David Wilcocks Disclosure shows and have come to respect and honor your research and cause. Do your best to not let the negitive comments effect you. Their agenda is to effect you and those who are unknowledgable and unaware who happen by, see them, then move on. Those who move on due to those type of comments were not meant to gain awareness at that time but will look back on this in understanding when they do become aware and it will strengthen their awareness and guide them further toward the truth. I know this because long ago when i was curious but not aware, i was one of those “passer by’s” who would read the negitive and move on. Just in the last few months has my awareness peaked and viewing your interviews along with many others has made it possible. Thank you. Please stay strong. Please continue the pursuit of truth. It IS working.

  118. Galen Zeisser says:

    Sir=
    Please accept my best wishes for your immediate and full recovery! I greatly admire your courage, as well as your works, and personally would like to have you around for a while.

    The troll attacks on you are absolutely deplorable, and I certainly hope that action has been taken to scrub those attacks, as well as track down the perpetrators. Nevertheless, that there are such slimy attempts to discredit and dishonor you should be a clear indication that you are truly onto the games of those with a lot of vested interests. I hope you do realize that this actually represents evidence that you have exposed some truth, and that is a frightening thing for a lot of people. Please consider those attacks as a left handed complement to you and your contributions. Do not allow their fear to become your problem!

    “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” – Mahatma Gandhi

    Rest well, and Be Well, and do keep up the good (and Essential) work!

  119. Andrew McBride says:

    Well…despite such terrible news, glad that you are doing better than expected by those around you.

    Looks like you still have some work to do 🙂

    All the best, Graham

  120. Nancy Greenwich says:

    Blessings for your return to us and for rapid healing!

    Seems like there must be lots of natural cures for migraines including shamanism and accupuncture. The cause would originate in your energy field. All blessings for finding other ways to treat it.

    So happy you’re still with us!

  121. Mark Loughran says:

    I’m so very glad you’re back with us. As a lawyer with a degree in anthropology I’ve taken a keen interest in your work – and you – for over 20 years. It’s hard to envision a world without the light that Graham Hancock brings to it.

  122. Brandon says:

    Wow… that’s intense. So glad you seem to be past that and are on the road to getting stronger.

  123. Sean says:

    And by the way, I think you and Randall did exemplary work on that Joe Rogan podcast, and Volume I of Mind Hacking Happiness actually provides the peer reviewed published research of exactly why main stream science clings to their established ideas as a cognitive attachment of {self} in the mind, which the brain is hard wired to defend at all costs (and which has been documented to cause ignorance of new scientific discoveries despite the evidence, because of the attachment of {self} to a particular idea or set of ideas. It’s the same process that religious folks are inhibited by when faced with arguments of reason, and political folks are inhibited by when faced with bad news about their party or candidate.) it is your scientific answer to why main stream scientists tend to remain main stream scientists. I’ll send you both books.

  124. Bryan says:

    I am so glad you are feeling better. Your work is so important. Please take time to heal yourself and then get back to work.

  125. Lawrence Martinez says:

    Love you Graham. Your work has been an invaluable tool to my development as a human and spiritual being. I work as the media coordinator for the East Bay Center for the Performing arts and if you ever needed any video work done for your website or any platform I would happily do it as a volunteer free of charge. Thank you for all that you do. Sending love and heals.

  126. John Duncan says:

    Wow! Glad you made it through and continue your work. Looking forward to your upcoming book anf hope to catch you on the tour!

  127. Timothy McElroy says:

    Hey Graham. I noticed you mentioned JRE playing a factor in your mental health, and given how the trolls can be, I’m sure you’re getting more hate mail. Fuck ’em. You inspired me with your podcasts with Rogan. Your podcasts hooked me to podcasts in general, which have drastically changed my life. Thanks Graham, I hope your feeling well.

    PS. Try pot for the migraines, I hear it helps with epilepsy ;).

  128. Paul Howson says:

    Best wishes Graham. Hope you have a full recovery and can continue your work.

  129. Ben says:

    Glad you are feeling better. Hang tough.

  130. Richard says:

    Welcome Back, Graham! . . Thanks for, literally, sticking around.

    . . . Let the others rant, whose numbers continue to wane while they waste their time and last breaths doing so, Heh! Heh! . . . The former “Beatle,” John Lennon, of the fab-four, once said and sang, “You don’t know what you got, until you lose it.” . . . Well, . . You do, they don’t.

    I know, first-hand, something of that Near Death Experience (NDE), . . Been there – only for me, it wasn’t a piece of real-estate or land parcel, and lacked a user friendly language to communicate it adequately. After 45 years, am still working on an explanation of that two-way, bi-location experience. I could go on, but this is about your return. I do know this that NDE’s are surprisingly liberating.

    I like that T-Shirt

  131. Jamie Barker says:

    You have opened my eyes with your important work! You are an inspiration. Sending you positive thoughts dear sir. Get well

  132. Matt Reinschmidt says:

    Mr Hancock, so very glad to hear you are OK!!! Had no idea what had happened, but it is very good to know that you are on the mend. And quite agree the level of irrational “I don’t even want to hear your ideas” flat rejection by acadamia of the basic concept that our history is being alarmingly misconstrued and oversimplified by acadamia, even in the face of stunning, new and real evidence like Gobekli Tepe is quite hard to take – I can only imagine what sort of negative vibe that must cause when such disappointing and irrational bile is flung directly at one’s self. Please do keep on with your work, ignore the idiot internet trolls out there, because your new work for North America concerning the Ice Age Comet E.L.E. and resultant Younger Dryas is very important. I for one very much look forward to seeing you complete it and continue your efforts in this epic, wonderful adventure of uncovering the quite amazing, super-ancient real history of humanity.

  133. Pam says:

    I am so grateful you are alive!

  134. Mike says:

    so happy to read this Graham. Best of luck in your recovery mate

  135. Nicole Hilfman says:

    So glad your better now! Take care of yourself and your loved ones❤️ Can’t wait for the new book!

  136. Van says:

    Graham, so glad to hear you are doing better. I truly appreciate the amazing contributions you have given us over the years. Take heart that you would not be trolled so viciously if you were missing the mark. Thank you for all you do. Best wishes for great health and prosperity.

  137. Nicole Hilfman says:

    So glad your better now! Take care of yourself and your loved ones❤️ Can’t wait for the new book!

  138. Ezra says:

    Best wishes from Australia Graham! So glad you made your way back.

    p.s. Please stop reading youtube comments.

  139. Rick Owen says:

    All the best to you and yours, Graham. Your work has been intriguing and inspiring.

  140. Adam Vivian says:

    Sorry to hear about your health problems Graham. Although I am glad that you appear to be on the road to recovery. You’re tough and I can’t wait to read your new book. Blessings on your path.

  141. JayKay says:

    Thanks for updating us Graham, sounds like you have come back stronger & reinvigorated! Look forward to the new book … Keep well & safe.

  142. Brent says:

    Hi Mr Hancock! I’m so sorry to hear what those “trolls” did to you! I’m a long-time reader of your work, and presently working as a compounding pharmacist in Portland, Oregon. I’m sure there’s no shortage of opinions out there, but as an alternative to pain and Keppra, I’ve witnessed patients experience success in treating migraines with other options including ketamine nasal spray, lidocaine nasal spray, and others. Feel free to send me a note if you like – it’s likely that there are some fine compounding pharmacies in your area.

  143. Skip says:

    Graham your work has opened my mind in so many ways. Hatred is a vile energy ,but your critics know you are right about mans lost history.If skeptics did not think there was a strong possibility you are correct they would have no comments because they would be indifferent which is the real opposite of love.Your not finished yet! Skip

  144. Sarah Carter says:

    My best wishes and love to you and your family. I have followed your work for many years and I really find inspiration from your excellent work. Please for now allow yourself to heal.

  145. Jim Long says:

    Your scholarly research has been a valued gift to so many over the years. May you continue a rapid and full recovery!

  146. Thomas Wayne says:

    May you continue to be blessed and grant us blessings. To you and your family, God speed to a full recovery.

  147. M Mulherin says:

    I have to say it’s amazing you’ve bounced back so well! Your account gave me chills. As did the vague rumor of your death, which I’m grateful is far from true. I suffered a massive stroke awhile back and was in that Netherworld for months. Cheers on your recovery from both the negativity and the seizures! Keep up the fight. You’re a beacon in these dark and troubled Waters.

  148. David McDaniel says:

    Stay Strong~

  149. Matt McCallum says:

    Graham,

    I have always been entertained and intrigued by what you and Joe Rogan talk about on his podcast. I hope you are doing well and continue to do well. My wife was on Keppra for a time as well. Take note of personality changes that can occur on that one. For some folks it never happens, for others, not so lucky. Keep fighting the good fight for history, just because the consensus is “established” does not always mean it is correct.

  150. Todd McIntosh says:

    I have had many heroes in my life – mentors and teachers all. But so the verge of my 57th birthday you, Mr Hancock, are my hero. Your history, perseverance, dedication and inclusive mind are a standard we should all hold. Be well. Be healed. Do the work the Gods have destined you to do. Todd McIntosh

  151. Alexander Hughson says:

    It’s hard to know what to say,save only that I wish you less pain and great success for the future. The human race is delicately ballanced between a marevelous awakening or a great fall, you like others have pointed this out and my only hope is the greater majority will listen and begin to make the changes that will restore our heritage from the savage to the sublime.Namaste.

  152. Scott says:

    I am saddened to learn of your physical maladies but gladdened that you have dodged all the bullets!
    In reference to the obviously deliberate and focused and unwarranted hate that you were maliciously exposed to after your Joe Rogan Experience just goes to show that the flak is always heaviest when you are right over the target!
    Thank you for all of your hard and earnest endeavors to bring the truth to light! You have most decidedly aided me in my own struggle to find the answers!
    Best wishes for you and your family!
    Sincerely,
    Scott

  153. Adrian Auler says:

    Dear Excellent Sir,
    You are a major influential force in the world, one that – for a change – we need. I thank you for all the work you’ve done and the stimulus you’ve been for me. I have noted how your attitude and expressions have gradually changed toward the spiritual since you did ayahuasca (I’m a consciousness researcher in addiction and entheogens).
    You are undoubtedly familiar with Thomas Kuhn; and perhaps with the book “Forbidden Archaeology” which makes clear that they used just one discipline to exemplify the unethical ways mainstream “science” keeps up the appearances that allow them to claim they know almost everything. Any outsider who challenges the Received View is bound to be disparaged.
    I am an academic who, however, appreciates your contributions. In fact I maintain the the gifted amateur (like you) offers a real benefit to the Academy by disrupting old beliefs and perspectives – as Wasson did by discovering the surviving magic mushroom tradition in Mexico, and Schliemann did by finding Troy, after the Academy had decided both of those things were simply fantasies.
    I own almost all of your books. In addition to your tireless scholarship and readiness to investigate for yourself, the text is well-written and engaging.
    Thank you, Mr. Hancock! I hope that your health will permit you to finish your current investigation and to publish that book – I’ll buy it, too!
    Sincerely,

    Adrian Auler PhDc.
    East-West Psychology

  154. KC says:

    Best wishes! Love your work. Stay strong. You have many people praying for you, do not let a few people’s bad intentions fuck up your energy! – KC from Canada

  155. Dennis R. Holloway, Architect says:

    Dear Graham, I am glad to hear that you are back with us, and I wish you speedy and continued recovery.
    I am a New Mexico architect. For about 30 years I have been modeling in 3D archaeological sites throughout the world. If I can find scaled drawing or data on an ancient place I make a model it, leading to a collection of more than 300 places. Most of the places mentioned in your books, I have modeled and animated. In North, Central and South America, I have accumulated a very large collection. Most of the Pre-Contact Ancestral Puebloan, including Chaco and Chaco outliers, have been modeled. You can see a small sampling of these at http://www.dennisrhollowayarchitect.com/PreContact.html. I would be happy if you would like to incorporate any of these images in your book-in-progress. My email is archvr@cybermesa.com.

  156. Kari says:

    So glad to hear you are on the road to recovery – not sure I could go on without your work. Don’t let the haters get to you, although I know that’s easier said than done. Well wishes for your continued improvement, and your family!

  157. Dan says:

    I’m very glad to hear that you’re up and kicking again. You don’t know it, but you have been a part of my life (whether it be through YouTube or through Magicians of the Gods) and opened my mind to the possibility that the world is more ancient and mysterious than we know. You’re not only a fantastic writer but an articulate voice for truth in the guide of counter-intuitive thought. I wish you and your family health and well-being.

  158. Dennis R. Holloway, Architect says:

    Holloway, continued: I have a .pdf of my book-in-progress, Architecture of Ancestors, which includes of of the afore-mentioned models, including ones in Asia (East, Southeast and Central), Americas (North, Central and South), Europe, Africa, Australia. Sometimes architecture from diverse times and parts of the ancient world are remarkable similar, which adds to the mysteries I present. The .pdf of the book is 721.2 Mb. I would like to send it to you via DropBox, so if you are interested, please send an email address. The very best regards, Dennis.

  159. NR says:

    You can do this Graham, stay strong!!! Speaking of strong, cram in those fruits and veggies asap, preferably raw, as you slowly ween yourself off all pills. Make juices and smoothies. Ixnay the airyday. The time is now, and now is the time. Crunch time. Best wishes to you and your family….

  160. Kel Murphy says:

    Glad you’re doing well again. Please do not let those negative comments affect your health! They are mostly coming from a place of fear since a lot of what you do is question the history and search for the truth open mindedly. That’s the right path and what reporting and science for that matter is/should be all about!
    Keep your current great outlook! I look forward to reading May!

    Also, Joe Rogan has some great podcasts with Dr. Rhonda Patrick and Dom DeAgastino you should check out to boost your health even further. Have a good day!

    Another fan,
    -Kel

  161. Denise says:

    Keep well Graham.

  162. Mike says:

    So sorry to hear of your struggles, Graham. My thoughts are with you and i hope you make a full recovery.
    You are an inspiration to myself and so many other human beings.
    I have no doubt, that one day, your works will finally be undeniable to the main stream scholars, and your “Theories” will become the new facts taught at schools and universities around the world.
    Much love to you and your family from a huge and appreciative fan.

    Mike

  163. Tamer Sadek says:

    Don’t read comment sections, make that a personal policy if you haven’t already. They are a breeding ground for the most pernicious energy. Honed by the immense afflictive suffering of the people sitting behind the screen, the words become products of an almost archetypal level of virulence, such that they perfectly and expressly hook into the most exposed areas of egoic material, and in a most cruel way.

    All quite obvious stuff I’m sure, but drawing a line, resolving to oneself that one should not walk voluntarily into snakepits – important.

    I love you Graham, and I wish you joy and auspice on the path.

  164. Tom says:

    So glad to hear your doing better 😉 Sending love light and life to you and yours ❤️🌈✌️🙏🤗

  165. Michael says:

    I wish you a speedy recovery good sir! May your path forward be blessed by good health and a thicker skin. Don’t let the bastards get you down!

    You may also want to investigate the healing properties of orally injested CBD for your migraines. The anti-inflammatory effects may be beneficial.

  166. Matt says:

    Such an amazing survival story from such an inspirational person. You have lived enough for 5 lives while most of us struggle with living one. I pray for your speedy recovery and comfort for your family during this time.

  167. Jerry Xie says:

    Hope your recovery has been speedy and very much looking forward to your next book. I am a Chinese and it would be interesting if you spend more time explore the commonalities of certain mystical Chinese aspects to those you have explored. For example, all the precessional numbers you mentioned in Magicians of Gods and Fingerprints of Gods are present in Chinese mythology. There are also many commonalities of Chinese zodiac with that of the middle and near east. The very ancestors of Chinese were FuXi and NuWo, among others, who brought civilisation, rules, language, medicine to Chinese and they have a fish as their bodies. They are also brother/sister and husband and wife, similar to Isis and Osiris and their older counterparts in the middle east. NuWo is the mother figure that made all the humans from her body and mud. We also have a very famous pre-historical flood story and the person that tamed the flood, Da Yu (Yu the Great), also was the founder of China’s mystical first dynasty. All these are basically known to every Chinese. Are you intrigued?

  168. Chris says:

    Glad you pulled through, Graham. You’re a gem! Prayers to you on a full recovery. Looking forward to your new book. CHEERS!

  169. david mathisen says:

    Good gracious Graham! I had no idea this had been going on since seeing you and Santha at Serpent Mound. Sending best vibes to you and your family from California. Thank you for sharing these poignant words and I’m confidently sending best wishes for full and speedy recovery (and will continue to do so).
    Warm regards,
    David Mathisen

  170. Gasper says:

    Hi Sir,

    I came across you and Randall Carlson finding the Joe Rogan episode no. 725, a few days ago. So I started following you on Twitter yesterday. I appreciate your work, whether it will turn out to be the truth or not. The honest intentions are what matters.
    I wish you all the best and, given your migraine condition, warmly recommend you to inspect such and similar solutions:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jv1lG417LKg

  171. Judith Rogers says:

    As a matter of fact, you came into my mind in the past few days. I am SO GRATEFUL that you sailed thru the dark waters of these seizures, dear Graham. I am an up and coming poet-journalist we shall see if I pull off the comedian goddess act. Thank you So Much for being exactly who you are and sharing your INCREDIBLE WORK with the world! I look forward to reading your books. I have been recovering from a serious lung diagnosis (2007) had a surgical procedure,still trying to recover fully. Much love to you and your Family.

  172. John Roffey says:

    Dear Graham,

    Sorry to learn of your health scare – but pleased that you are beginning to function close to normal again.

    Sounds as if you will have to take greater care of yourself – let those who wish to be fascinated and absorbed by your work find you and leave any promotion to others.

    Best wishes,

    John Roffey

  173. Paul says:

    You’re an amazing person! Thank you for improving my life!!

  174. Xavier Bartlett says:

    Dear Graham

    It`s great news that you are OK after this tough experience between life and death. Now we know that the pharma drugs have a lot of collateral bad effects (which kill hundred of thousands people all over the world) but you have overcome all these troubles. I know -and you know- that life is eternal and we still exist after death, which is nothing more than crossing a border. Well, I’m sure you have stayed among us because you still have many things to explore, discover and share with your family, friends and followers. I wish you can recover completely from this painful episode, and I encourage you to follow your remarkable investigation in America and other parts of the world.

    Best wishes,
    Xavier

  175. John Griffiths says:

    Shocked to hear this Graham and so glad your still here, you have a lot more to give the world and many more minds to encourage and help expand. I wish you and your family all the very best and will be sending you as much energy as I can! I hope for your speedy recovery and look forward to your future works! All the best, John

  176. Angela says:

    Dear Graham, I love you. You are so great! What a tremendous and valuable impact your life and work has had on so many us. After I was poisoned with Fentanyl during the birth of my son 2.8 years ago and suffering with iatrogenic psoriatric spondylitis, a type of rheumatoid arthritis, I used to listen to your audio books over and over every night as I had terrible insomnia and horrific pain. What captivating and important books, which I really love. I hope you can recover quickly. Best to you & your family.

  177. madeleine cannon says:

    Dear Graham – as a long-time follower & believer in your inspiring & ground-breaking discoveries, I wish you a full & speedy recovery – but – please, take all the time you need before you return to your life’s work. I believe humanity is on the cusp of what will be a long journey back to our roots. We are indeed the custodians of precious gem of a planet, & I am daily reminded of this having been living in Nepal for the last 23 years. There is a Hymn to Mother Earth at the end of the Arthava Veda that should be required reading by all of us on this path. My prayers & good wishes are with you.

  178. Pete Baxter says:

    Recover well Mr Hancock. We are not ready for you to leave us just yet, the world has benefitted from your wisdom and courage and still needs you. Thank you for your work and I look forward to your book on America and subsequent books I know you will write. My thoughts are with you and your family.

  179. Bruk Ben Haim says:

    Dear Graham
    I have been following your research for the last part of my grown life. Ithe has brought me great knowledge and understanding. You are by far my best teacher. Your enquiry of human origins is fascinating, may you live long and bring forth the hidden truth of our past, i bless you and wish you a swift recovery

  180. Dave Partridge says:

    Dear Graham
    It warms my heart to know you are on the road to recovery. Researchers like yourself are few and far between and you bring an important message to the unawakened public – history is not what we think it is. With the recent death of Jim Marrs and the ailing health of John Anthony West I feared the worst when I learned of your condition. However it seems you are stronger and more determined than ever to continue your quest for the true history of mankind. For that, I, as well as millions of others, should be extremely thankful for everything you do. May your health improve with each day. I look forward to your new work.

  181. Manny Lambright says:

    Graham Hello!
    My name is Manny and I have worked in helathcare for 20+ years in the ICU/CCU. I have studied naturopathic, homeopathic, scientific nutrition, quantum healing, etc over the past 10 years as well. Many studies, especially those of Dr Joel Wallach, ND, and Clemson University alone show atrial fib is a Calcium deficiency. Headaches and migraines also fall into Calcium deficiency, even though you stated it was a prior electrical accident when you were younger. It is best for people to stay off the blood thinners if possible and to take Omega 3, 6, & 9 Fish Oils instead. Please email me if you have any other questions, or if I may be of assistance to you in your health and happiness! Manny L.

  182. Wodjah Bildetberg says:

    Keep smiling,G, focus your attention on that which is good for you
    BLESS

  183. Steve Appleton says:

    Dear Graham
    So very happy to read that you are feeling better. We have met & spoken very briefly on a few occasions & I will look forward to reading your new book. I believe that we are essentially eternal, immortal & indestructible souls & that the body is but a vastly complex physical vehicle enabling us all to experience a wordly life. My best wishes to you & your family.

  184. Ivano Gheda says:

    i STRONGLY DO HOPE YOU WELL AND FULLY RECOVERED PRETTY SOON.
    A BEING AS YOU “HAS NOT THE RIGHT DO LEAVE THIS WORD WITHOUT HAVE COMPLETED YOUR…. WORK HERE”

    You wrote:
    “”I had a previous near-death experience, 50 years ago at age 17, caused by a massive electric shock. I remember looking down at myself from near the ceiling before abruptly returning to my body.””

    That was exactly as what my wife experienced many and many years ago….

    With all my best wishes for a next long future with us Graham.

    Ivano

  185. Dietrich Hövener says:

    Hi Graham,

    I’m glad you’ve cleared the bad energy. I recently started listening to some of your talks especially with Joe. You’ve opened my eyes to so many things. I’ve been feeling lost the last few weeks and You’ve helped me rethink my life.

    So even when you might have been feeling down. Your work has still helped me. And I’m sure it will help countless people going forward.

    Thanks. Its all I can say.
    Dietrich

  186. Nina Prince says:

    Love and prayers being said and sent to you Graham. Thank you for sticking to your guns and helping to wake up the world and for bringing to our attention the issues with this pain killer. x

  187. Hayden says:

    The universe bestows life upon who it chooses for some reason. Little baby’s kids etc die from cancers buried by mud slides etc, while in the mean time some sickos within society live nice long life could go on and on but really the universe do not give a poop it dictates what it wants and we slaves to it. After all once hunger sets in people animals will do all types of weird stuff. This universe just a speck. I get sick of people trying to make it sound like some wonderful fantastic fantasy land when it is what it is land of the dead all types of different ways to die. Well me just been a funeral she dead at 58 bowl cancer. Universe didn’t care then . Even though she got children and grandchildren she wanted to see grow up but noooooo universe mother nature what ever you want to call it had other plans. We all slaves to the body’s whims whins hunger old age aches in pains with a little bit of pleasure tossed in.

  188. Sam says:

    So glad to hear you are still with us Mr. Hancock.
    My thoughts are with you. May you live long and prosper.

  189. Alexandria Heather says:

    Much Gratitude & Respect to you. Please shield yourself all the more against negative energy. The world needs you now more than ever.

  190. Andy says:

    My goodness,dear Graham, there are many more of us that have loved reading your books then the fools that will not see. I am truly happy that you are back with us and awaite your next brilliance. With love to you and your family. Thank you!

  191. Frank Viggiani says:

    I am glad you are around and lucid to recall your harrowing tale, God bless you and your family and the facinatating work that have shared with the world.

  192. David says:

    Graham,I have followed your work for years and intend to for many more.
    I would love to hear more about your near death experience.
    Wishing you a speedy recovery.
    You are an inspiration to us all!
    Just a 62 year old boy from Tennessee.
    David

  193. Aaron says:

    Endless Love and blessings to you, Graham Hancock!!! How enriched my life is, the world is, with you having been here; with your Being Here!!!! I’m overjoyed that you’re okay brother.

  194. Stephen Thomas says:

    I was shocked when I read this. I have been a big fan since reading some of your first books in the 90’s and I am hugely relieved that you are ok. Hope you continue to make a good recovery and are able to keep up the good work for a long time to come.

  195. Wes Rushing says:

    So happy to know you are ok. You are 1 of a few people that I truly look up too and respect. Your theories are right and we are a species with amnesia. Wonder how advanced we really were before 12k b.c.

  196. Edward Nightingale says:

    Dear Graham,
    I am so glad to hear they have found the cause of your seizures and you are getting back up to speed. You have been in my thoughts since Farmington and will continue to be. I hope to see you and Santha again somewhere in our travels. Be well my friend and take care.
    Ed Nightingale

  197. Clark says:

    HOPE you recover soon Graham

  198. Nathan Cross says:

    Good to have you back, friend. I hope you mend well, and live a long long time

  199. Roy Stedall-Humphryes says:

    Dear Graham,
    Thank the ‘Gods’ you are still with us to keep readers like me ever thoughtful about our distant past. The trouble is my friend, if I may call that, is, directly you stick your head above the bloody parapet someone wants to take a shot at you. The answer is, stay cool and stand your ground, be steadfst in your beliefs. I have recently self-published the Bellême series of books with Amazon in which I go against current thinking about King Harold and William the Conqueror so in my own small way, I know what it’s like not to follow estabished thinking of 11th-12th c history.
    Get fully well, keep plugging away and maybe soon you’ll find the hard evidence you’re searching for to make your case for the Magicians of the Gods.

  200. Rafael Jaramillo, Ecuador says:

    Mr Hancock, I am happy to hear that you came back from the gates, good seas and good winds in your voyages through the mysteries of this earth.

  201. Christopher Montgomery says:

    Wishing the very best to you and your family Graham. Thank you for the work you do and the life you’ve chosen.

  202. Steve Hibbs says:

    Sir, I am sorry to hear you were so sick. Good to hear you are doing better. I enjoy your work. We need you in this world as long as possible. As long as the universe will allow it. I hope you feel better. I can’t wait to see more of you on Joe Rogan and elsewhere when you do feel up to it. I see truth and honest in your work. Thank you. Keep it up. Fight the good fight. Get well!
    Steve in the Pacific Northwest, USA

  203. Julian Clarke says:

    Graham, this is terrifying. I’m so sorry for you and the family. Please rest easy in the knowledge that so many of us are rooting for you. The Rogan session was nasty, after three listens to that podcast my stomach still clenches when Defant comes on in his full alpha male mode, briefly beguiling even Randall, it seemed. Shermer showed some nobility in the end but it was too little too late and, unfortunately, your ally – the geologist in the final interview – was feeble. Defant even cosied up to Randall, for heaven’s sake (“let’s exchange emails!”) I want to thank you for the magic you have contributed to my life and those of all the others who read and listen to everything you do. The two weeks I spent reading Fingerprints of the Gods as a poor graduate student, lying at night on a futon bed in a shared apartment, were literally two of the best weeks of my life. You are doing a brilliant job. Take care of yourself and see you back online soon. Cheers….

  204. Gawaine Davies says:

    Sorry to hear of your recent illness, wish you a speedy recovery.

    When watching one of the many film’s on Egypt on youtube recently. It mentions that a vast number of small vases made of stone including ones of granite! Have been found all over Egypt? The lady from the Louvre in Paris, waffles on about the contents of them, but lookeed very uneasy when asked about how they were made? Which was the first thing I thought? After all anyone one could fill them? But who made them and how they made them is astonishing?

    Just wondered if there is anyone looking at this because I feel if this can be solved it could be key to much more? I have bnly heared mentioned on this program? But it was The Louvre so should at lest real one would hope.

    Thanks. Gawaine

  205. Luigi says:

    Happy to still have you with us, many blessings and to your improved health!

  206. gene says:

    So glad to hear that you are on the path to recovery, this experience had to be extremely trying on you and your family. Wishing you a swift recovery, thank you for all you do.

  207. Richard says:

    So glad that you didn’t leave this planet. You would have been sorely missed Mr Hancock.
    Low mentality is the term I use for people like those who attacked you.
    I consider you sir to be a Stand Up Guy, and really like your work and writing. You are one of the few
    who I can listen to/read and make sense of what you are getting at.
    Keep on doing what you are doing. Including me, there are TONS of people who do appreciate you.

    Richard. Ontario Canada

  208. Steven Mullen says:

    Thanks for sharing this story Graham, good to have you back! And keep up the good fight … and I’ll leave you with a quote from Fletcher in the TV series Porridge “Don’t let the bastards grind you down.”

  209. mark hoffman says:

    Be well Graham!

  210. Rob Robertson says:

    Glad you’re still with us Graham. I very much appreciate your work. Keenly interested in your new project on ancient North America. Look forward to adding it to my collection of your books. Please know for every hater out there there are many more of us who love you and what you do. Cheers

  211. Hugo Bendana says:

    I am glad you are back on your feet again. We need more men like you to make us look into the light and walk out of that cave we have been slaved to for too long. Be well. There is far more people that care for you and respect your opinion than those that spread hatred in their own ignorance.

    Be well.

  212. George Zanmiller says:

    Sir: I am pleased to hear that you have returned from those gates. Losing you would not only be a blow to your family but would strike at the heart of legions of fans who see you as a leading voice of reason.

    I’d suggest that the herb feverfew might possibly be of help with the migraines. It would be prudent to consult a professional prior to trying it. My dear wife suffered for years with the only relief she got a result of using this herb.

    Thanks to whatever Gods there be for your survival and with prayers for you continued recovery

  213. Yassine says:

    For every vile comment that targets you there are a thousand more who appreciate what you do for us.
    I’m glad you were able to come back renewed from this experience Graham. This is surely the promise of a greater success.
    Thank you for being who you are and may this experience add to your strength and integrity and to all to qualities that we appreciate in you sir!

  214. Thomas Purkhiser says:

    I am very sorry to read this. I have so much respect for you and sincerely hope you make a complete recovery. Don’t let the haters get to you but it is really disturbing that some feel so threatened by new ideas. The world is so divided and polarized. I am always interested in your ideas and thoughts.

  215. Jack Brandenberger says:

    I just heard about your ordeal and am so very relieved you are still with us ! You are such a kind considerate intelligent man the world needs you more today than ever . Your painstaking research is now being given it’s proper place in mainstream archeology it would be unthinkable for you not to be with us to say I TOLD YOU SO [lol] I too had a near death experience that has left me alive but with pain to deal with constantly to go without the meds would be intolerable . Thank you for the research,books and appearances you have made a significant impact on my life I’ll be praying for your full recovery !
    Sincerely
    Jack Brandenberger
    #1 Fan

  216. Steven Flavin says:

    Get well soon Graham, your insight is much valued.

  217. Evelyn Wright says:

    Whew! What an adventure you have had! Glad you have come out on the other side and are still with us here in this dimension! Having lived in the Four Corners area of New Mexico for many years, you are kind when you say the hospital there was excellent. They misdiagnosed my husband a few years ago and fortunately, he did not die from an internal bleed they missed. So glad you survived!

  218. Susan Buckingham says:

    Ray (drayeye) put the link to this page on the forum. I am very sorry to hear about what you have gone through. All the very best. I heartily agree with you in the compliments and gratitude you give to medical staff.
    SusanDoris

  219. James says:

    Glad to hear your doing well!

    Can you comment on your opinion of PlanetX/Nibiru passage? Have you heard of Nancy Lieder and Zetatalk?

  220. Peter says:

    Feel better GH! Hooked on your books after the Joe Rogan episodes. Life changing. Heading to Machu Picchu in 10 days armed with knowledge and inspiration from you. Be well!

  221. Scott Creighton says:

    Hi Graham,

    I am so, so pleased that you have recovered from this terrible trauma, albeit a wee bit wobbly. Your family must have been terribly worried. Whatever would we do without your brilliant isights and amazing books? So glad you made it.

    Warm regards,

    Scott Creighton

  222. Laura Lee says:

    Best wishes for a quick and complete recovery. I have been following you for many years and appreciate the work you have done. Through your dogged persistence the world is finally seeing the truth that academia and political entities are trying to hide or refuse to acknowledge . Truth will prevail. The number of enlightened people is reaching that critical mass where we will no longer gave to struggle to share what we know to be true.

  223. nancy says:

    Thank you for sharing this and for all you have brought to each of us individually and collectively. My husband had a similar experience, although the details different, a life and death situation and a week in intensive care. I now have two friends also experiencing life threatening experiences. Is it possible we are receiving upgrades biologically as has been described by the group of Australian scientists studying near death experiencers who are returning with altered dna? The timing, the commonality seems beyond coincidence to me. I wish you and your family all the blessings you can accept and again thank you…

  224. Seeking Truths says:

    Prayers out for your continued healing. Please take a look at how to heal the root-cause of your migraines as opposed to taking toxic pharma drugs to cover symptoms. (webinar link attached) http://www.medicalmedium.com/archive/migraines

  225. Travis Kronenberg says:

    I’m glad to hear you made it through! I’m sad to hear that you dealt with so much migraines over the past 20 years! I was able to get rid of mine through dahn jon (core) tapping, solar plexus tapping, and intestine exercises. I hope you give it a try. Please email me for directions or where to go for on hand learning.

  226. L Zanchi says:

    All the best Graham. Stop paying attention to negative comments, you should know better. Focus instead on “us” followers!!

  227. Mike says:

    Wow, glad to hear you are on the road to recovery. While the occurrences are far more infrequent, I have suffered from migraine headaches since my freshman year of college and have a prescription for oral sumatriptan (actually a generic version). Over the last year I’ve had great success in mitigating and even avoiding occurrences through a zero sugar / very low carb diet (I’ve experienced numerous other health benefits as well, but this one surprised me). Prior to this, I had good success with mitigating the effects of these migraines at onset by taking 10mg of edible marijuana (instead of the sumatriptan), which stopped the progression of symptoms and allowed me to sleep. Best wishes and I’m definitely looking forward to your new book.

  228. Jacob Boaz says:

    Good to have you back in the land of the living. Looking forward to your book on the Americas.
    May God bless you in your efforts.

    Regards,
    Jacob

  229. John Neal says:

    Thank you and bless you. We need your voice amongst all those who are dedicated to truth. May you be blessed with healing and strength to live out a long and prosperous life.

  230. Damon A. Duval says:

    Hang in there, Graham. You are more than appreciated and have more work to do.
    Truth is the FinalFrontier.
    Good to hear you’re on the mend as down time is never joyous.
    Sincerely, Damon Duval

  231. Grizzly Joe Goldstein says:

    I was very sorry to read of your close brush with the reaper. Please take care of yourself, you’re one of a relative handful of people that I’ve come to respect. I hold you on that same pedestal that was occupied by Chris Hitchins and the very rare others of his caliber.

    Be well.

  232. Don Reede says:

    Dear Graham,
    I can’t tell you how excited I was to receive your response to my message on LinkedIn. Later, while looking at my Twitter feed, I read your post regarding what’s been happening to you in terms of your health and was even more impressed that you would take the time to respond. I thank you and send good thoughts and wishes for your improving health. Being a nurse, especially an end of life nurse, I realize more than most that every day is indeed a blessing.
    I am eagerly awaiting the completion of your research and new book on the Americas. For the past five years, my wife and I have been living on the Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona and have had the opportunity to explore areas that most non-natives have never seen. During our travels and hikes, literally in the middle of nowhere, I have continually been amazed to find pottery shards nearly everywhere we go, which has led us to the conclusion that at one time, there must have been an enormous amount of people living in this region.
    While you were in our region, did you get a chance to see the Procession Panel, a petroglyph on a high rock ledge at the base of a rock wall, located on Comb Ridge in SE Utah? The panel depicts two long lines of human type figures being led by taller humanoid figures carrying what appear to be shepherds hooks toward a large circle that appears to be going up as indicated by the hashed lines underneath it. It is over twenty feet long and is very impressive. The area is home to literally thousands of archeological sites. Are you by chance familiar with the history of our planet as presented in the Urantia Book?
    Be Well!
    Your friend,
    Don Reede

  233. Beate Nilsen says:

    Holographic sound genius Bob Dratch has a frequency sample that can be recorded on a CD over & over til it’s filled or just hit Repeat on yr iPhone. I sent it to a little girl w. neurological damage and her mom, once she finally got it together to put it on her music section, was amazed: after the normal throwing up for days and not eating or drinking, this time, she just went to sleep! Try it and perhaps it will help. (Except I don’t see any attachment availability?) I could email it to you… Friend of Robert Bauval’s since 2012 if you need a ref.

  234. Colin Flynn says:

    Hello Mr Hancock,

    Earlier this year, I too was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation. In my case, the AFib had lead to other complications, namely a very low ventricular ejection fraction. (27%) The official diagnosis was congestive heart failure. The outlook from my cardiologist and the American Heart Association indicated a progressive, chronic condition that may not improve.

    I am now symptom free and officially no longer in heart failure. This was achieved with the help of a few drugs, with Pradaxa & Amiodarone leading the way, and after two cardioversion attempts. Thankfully, you’re sedated and out cold when they shock your heart back into rhythm. My ejection fraction returned to normal levels in the month following the 2nd cardioversion. I am off all the drugs except a baby aspirin and a statin.

    The AFib is curable. I am 59 years old & was in otherwise good health. I ran 6 miles yesterday at a pace that would put me at midpack in most 5k events. I feel great now.

    I just wanted to write a few lines of encouragement. I have enjoyed listening to you on Rogan’s podcast.

    Hang in there!

    Colin Flynn
    Cedar Rapids, IA.

  235. Susan Johnston says:

    I love you Graham Hancock. I am so glad that you are OK. I saw the Joe
    Rogan debate and you clearly came out on top. You and your wife are very brave and courageous for the work that you do. It was the first time in my life where I saw that skeptics are doing the world a disservice by giving the impression that they are doing correct and honest research when they have not. Please stay here on earth. We need you here! I want to read your next book and hopefully meet you in person in the next few years.

  236. Rick Balfour says:

    So sorry to hear that you and your family have been put through this ordeal but grateful that you had so much help, both seen and unseen. Clearly, you have work yet to do in this lifetime and I, among many, am grateful indeed that you are still around to do it. Your work has opened many minds and hearts and will continue to so so after you’ve gone. Just take it easy and be good to yourself so that time isn’t any time soon.
    Cheers,
    RB from AZ

  237. Lee Fitzpatrick says:

    Glad to hear you are on the mend Graham, sounds horrendous. Look after yourself! Will look forward to your future work along with many others.
    …allow the trolling to pass and trust that your work will endure!

  238. Kully Mall says:

    Hi Graham
    So sorry to hear you been feeling poorly.
    Get well soon mate.

    Best wishes for speed recovery.

    Kully

  239. Patrick says:

    Graham, I so happy to hear you are doing well. I will keep you in my thoughts for your speedy recovery. Patrick

  240. Brian Takita says:

    I’m glad you are feeling better. Keeping you in my prayers. You are doing something important. There will always be haters.

    Graham, you are an important light in my life. Your synthesis of history & your accounts on how to speak in light of constant criticism from the establishment is priceless. Your work is historic. Thank you for your spirit, your honesty, & your love for humanity.

  241. Hayden says:

    Already tried to leave comment but you fuckers never put it up go get fucked thanks for wasting my time.

  242. Tim St. John says:

    Very well written – glad you’re on the mend.

  243. Hal says:

    Welcome back

  244. ian Bond says:

    Hello graham,

    What a story. Hope you are pulling back to your old self – you’re needed!!. My wife has had migraines for many years and has been on various triptan type meds although not at the level you were exposed to plus morphine patches and, and, and. She decided that she would wean herself off pain relief meds because of the side effects and as part of her ‘journey’ discovered that many people found relief from migraine with a stud placed strategically in her outer ear folds. Game to try anything she had this done. The result – no more migraine. As simple as that. A few (rare) ‘shadows’ but no migraine. It was life changing. From days each week in bed to a normal life. Think on Graham. If you want more info my email below. (My email doesn’t mean I hawk snake oil remedies – I’m in the life sciences digital management field)

  245. Poppy P says:

    Graham as a fellow severe migraine sufferer for twenty five years I empathise and sincerely send you my love and good wishes. Your work is fascinating but more importantly your presence is inspiring and edifying. Thank you for being…and I hope you continue in this reality for many years to come. Go well!

  246. Liam says:

    Scary stuff Graham! I wish you a swift recovery. The world can’t afford to lose someone like you now. In fact, we need more people like you. Guiding others to think outside of the box, and to consider other possibilities about human history and existence itself. All the best with your recovery. I believe one day people will look back at your body of work and realise how very important it actually is!

  247. Luke says:

    Get well soon Graham.
    I am a young writer. I talk about your books, I gift your books and I’ve even been known to quote from them from time to time around the dinner table. As long as minds remain open and inquisitive there is inspiration and hope.
    Keep up the good work and get back to it.
    Looking forward to what’s next.
    Luke.

  248. Bev says:

    Sending loving thoughts to you and your family. My husband and I were both upset at this news. I hope you continue to recover. Xx

  249. borky says:

    “The focused hatred…affected me energetically in a very bad way and my intuition is that it was a contributing factor in my health breakdown.”

    You don’t know the half of it mate.

    And Graham all that highly concentrated love from your touring may be playing a part too because in the end whether it’s from love or hate everyone’s both try’n’o grab great chunks of your attention and endlessly inundate you with great cascades of the conscious and unconscious contents of their own psyches.

    I wish David Bowie’d heeded the Sufi warning “Reduce your people” before he did that catastrophic last tour.

    Please don’t end up like that baby dolphin the other week which received so much genuine love and attention from a concerned public it died from shock.

    He wasn’t joking when Juan Matus referred to the conventional members of the human race as the black magicians.

    Please take care of yourself.

    Get wellerer soonerer.

  250. Anthony says:

    Very hapoy to hear that you are feeling well! You are important to the world.

  251. Kevin Lightner says:

    An old friend used the same medication as you did, but discontinued it because it caused about as much pain as it relieved. She just had a scary sounding 6 hour cranial nerve decompression procedure after years of trying to manage the migraine pain with prescription narcotics. My friend is a former nun and told her how her symptoms are like those in the writings of Hildegard of Bingen. “Interesting,” she replied,” but I just want the damn headaches to stop,”

  252. Hayden says:

    All the best on your journeys anyway, what ever your name maybe , graham hancock just a stage name. Anyway stay strong in spirit consciouness what ever it is all the best.

  253. dale says:

    Take it easy Graham.. Get plenty of rest and hope you feel better.

  254. Linda says:

    Thank you for sharing your story with us. Welcome to your beautiful awakening.
    Blessings.

  255. Rick says:

    Graham, I have followed you for many years. This is one of the very few times I have ever commented on anything I have seen on line. I want to thank you for all that you have revealed, and to thank you for staying with us for a while longer. I wouldn’t be who I am without courageous people like you… and I like who I am.
    Thanks

  256. Olivia says:

    So glad you will be ok. Heard about it on Jimmy Church when he was interviewing Mel Fabregas. God Bless.

  257. jane bratt says:

    So good to hear that you are better. Please disregard any destructive comments as there are always jealous people who derive poor energy from their acts.
    Our love to you and Santha and family, so good to have you able to continue the search for answers. and the truth.
    Stay well,
    Jane

  258. Gail Visheau says:

    Hope you are doing well. I am a long time reader of your works and a daily follower of your news desk. Take care.

  259. Ernie says:

    Hello Graham, was on YouTube today and was watching a video on gobekli tepe . I decided to look you up, and found this unfortunate news of your health. My prayers are for your healing up completely! I understand your writing a book on native Americans. I might have an artifact that will interest you.In 1991 I found an ear spool in California that puzzled me for years. The ear spool has a face in the middle in the image of a jaguar man surrounded by the sun. If you rotate the spool the face disappears and reappears with the proper angle of light by the sun. I can send pics . Hope you’re feeling better! Ernie

  260. Bill says:

    Hey Graham glad to know we’ll have your NEW insights for awhile longer! You have been so very important to my own personal growth and although we’ll never meet, know I so much appreciate you, your books, your videos. Keep it up brother, and, maybe we’ll greet each other in another realm. Bill from Phoenix

  261. Spencer Toyne says:

    I’m so glad you’re still with us and feeling better. Your work is of the greatest importance to humanity. Long may you continue in it.

  262. Ross Thomas says:

    You have more work to do, sir! Your important work. Our gratitude you are still with us .

  263. Brian E. McGeeney says:

    Dear Mr. Hancock,
    My sympathies on your frightening experiences recently and I am encouraged that you have made clear improvement quickly. I have admired your career for some time but have never commented in any fashion- up to now. What has prompted me to comment is your strong belief that sumatriptan (used here via subcutaneous injection) is in some way involved in your medical troubles recently. It so happens that I am a migraineur who uses sumatriptan, and a neurologist with a particular interest in Headache Medicine. For what it is worth, from the information provided, honestly I cannot see a link between your seizures and the triptan class of medications (which includes sumatriptan). What correlations there might be are small-yes there are particular circumstances that might arise rarely, but not like this. The incidence of new onset seizures over ones lifetime is a ‘U’ shape, with high incidence as a baby and child, flattening out, and rising considerably after ~65. Even a single seizure at age 65 with no obvious precipitating factors is likely to recur within the year, without anti-seizure medications which work well. I have been impressed by the safety of sumatriptan over the last 20 years (generic for many years), and for what is is worth, there are people using sumatriptan injections daily, even a few times daily for months or more who have cluster headache (not advised) and I have never seen a serious complication. Sumatriptan is rapidly eliminated by the body.
    Please excuse the unsolicited medical commentary; hopefully you see my motivations for doing so.
    With warm greetings,
    Brian E. McGeeney
    (Boston, Massachusetts)

  264. John says:

    Dear Graham, please speedy recovery. Take care, you are a fantastic person. Thank you for all of your writings.

  265. Don Bell says:

    Hang in the3re Buddy…your my best source!!!

  266. Starte Christ says:

    0. Graham, we send you the miracle of Love so that you might achieve any goal you set. 1. We had not of you before today. You’ve peaked our interest in your books, certainly in you. We shall add you to our Love list, compromised of the whole spectrum of humans we regard as heroes and heroines. 2 Our (all my selves in one body) only function is to assist Mama Earth’s rise to a Sun. We’ll see you there.

  267. Miles Thomas says:

    You are an inspiration and a wonderful human. I am one of many people who respect and love you dearly even though we have never met. I have heard your voice for so many hours I feel like I know you a little bit. You have recently been the catalyst for my decision to quit cannabis. I’m already feeling better after 3 days. I hope your health improves. Be well. Your friend in Seattle, Miles Thomas

  268. Carol says:

    I can’t tell you how happy I am that you are still with us!!!! What an ordeal and strangely potent transition of beingness you have experienced! The world still needs you, your voice, your perceptive open mindedness, your fearlessness. I am grateful that we are blessed to still
    have your tangible human presence encouraging us to really SEE and FEEL and KNOW.

    A thought – hopefully not new to you – with regard to migraines: there are many extremely helpful approaches such as acupuncture, essential oils such as frankincense, and many, many non-allopathic modalities which can offer relief. I in no way disavow the wonderful treatment
    you received…..just thinking futures.

    Namaste
    Carol

  269. deL says:

    Graham, I’ve been following your work for over 20 years and your research has always been enlightening and a source of great hope in a pretty dark time. Much of my own life’s journey has been inspired and guided by your ideas on history and consciousness and I believe, no, *I know* that there are many many many more like me, all over the world, whose lives have been touched in a positive way by your lectures and writing. Without the work of yourself and colleagues such as John Anthony West, Robert Bauval, and Robert Schoch, I believe our lives (mine for sure) would be in a less, bright & hopeful place.
    You have helped to awaken so many people. Please don’t give up, continue to stay strong and healthy and I hope I can one day see you give a presentation.

    And for the love of Gaia please don’t read/pay attention to those crazy youtube comments. They are clearly coming from a place of darkness.

    One love.

  270. C.T. says:

    While it sounds like the hatred caused great distress, I want to thank you for being willing to receive it. I discovered you and your work from that appearance on YouTube (about 2 weeks ago when it randomly played). I just finished Fingerprints of the Gods and cannot wait to read the next book.

    Speedy recovery!

  271. Kristin Idema says:

    You are greatly loved, I am so happy you are alive! March on, awakened man of consciousness and wisdom!

  272. Justin says:

    Big hug my brother. I’m sure you’ll have a driver no matter where you find yourself, your fans love ❤️ you.

  273. Samuel says:

    Thank you so much higher for sharing this truth with me and those around me.

  274. Chad Henderson says:

    Well congrats on your return to the land of the living! I would like to thank you for everything that you have done to help those of us who are awake in our endeavors to find the truth of our past. I, for one, greatly appreciate your findings,ideas, and thoughts about our origins! There are far too few of exceptional humans like you, whom push the past the very boundaries of absurdity of the “official narrative” that we’ve all been given about our beginnings. You, my friend, have not only opened the door to an entirely new universe of thought and beginnings, but you have opened many, many minds in the process! Thank you, get well soon, and best wishes Mr. Hancock.

  275. James Sanchez says:

    We are lucky to still have you Graham! The world needs mavericks, and you are a true maverick.

  276. Kevin says:

    Hi Graham, sorry to hear about your recent bad health but absolutely delighted that you have pulled through as this world is a far better place with you on it. Maybe the Green Goddess can help once more with the migraines, just a suggestion, God knows she helps me get by. I wish you and your family all the best and I hope you get stronger each day and that you are around for many, many years to come.

  277. Jay Himmelman says:

    Graham – I am sending recovering thoughts your way.

    I absolutely appreciate your efforts, please keep up the outstanding work.

  278. Antoine Gorelkine says:

    I’ve discovered you on the Joe Rogan show and I was really blown away by the ancient civilization hypothesis that the likes of John, Randall & You self have presented there.
    You’ve in part responsible for my wish to go and experience ayahuesca for myself and see what changes might occur then.
    Be well and write more books please !

  279. Logan Taylor says:

    I wish you the best Graham Hancock!! I can honestly say I love you for the messages you put out, information you provide, and your seemingly insatiable desire to stop at nothing until the truth is found. Although I haven’t read any of your books (can’t afford much atm unfortunately) I will be looking forward to your upcoming book and many more publishings to come. Stay strong, stay focised, and never lose hope. You are loved, and love is the most powerful thought force there is, fuck the haters and the establishment goons who want nothing more than brainwashed sheep.
    Got a little off topic there at the end but one more thing, if you can, try to get onto JRE again (the ones with you are my favorites).

    Much love from Idaho!

  280. Sushil Soni says:

    Dear Mr Hancock,
    I suggest as well as strongly recommend that you take to ayurvedic medicines for complete recovery. Please consult an ayurvedic doctor. I would suggest the kutipravesh procedure or visit Kerala where this therapy is still being performed, though rarely. Remember, the world needs you. – regards, Sushil

  281. Jeffrey Reid says:

    Very shocked to hear of your sudden illness, but heartened by your recovery. Personally, I am looking forward to your conclusions and research into the past of North America. If you stumble upon what America might have been called/referred to in ancient time by travelers, could you drop a line? Specifically, I have been searching for what peoples from the west may have called the Americas in times near the ice age, if that particular fact is known. Perhaps it isn’t. In any which case, it is good to have you stumbling around the lands still searching for the truth of our past. I know that you are looking into all regimens that will keep the migraines away. I hope you find one that works for you.

    With warm regards,

    Jeffrey Reid

  282. Christoffer Palmquist says:

    Wow, what a story.. hope you will recover well and get back to normal. I recently “discovered” you and work, absolutely love what you are doing. Horrible how society can treat a man how are able to think outside the box and have the guts to tell what he believes is the real truth.
    I currently off working so I can stay home with my 6 month old boy Ozzy, he already heard a lot about pyramids!
    I wish you the best Graham you seem to be a good man, I’m definitely a fan and hope to be able to meet you at some point so stay strong.

    Chris, swede living in Norway

  283. Kully Mall says:

    Graham
    Just a thought….
    Try craniosacral therapy . It’s a totally non invasive natural therapy based on very subtle touch.
    It re-atunes any misalignment in bodies natural healing process with prana/chi/breath of life etc.
    Top guys in U.K Thomas Attlee and Michael Kern. Both based in London.

    Cheers

    Kully

  284. John Bruton says:

    Glad you’re on the mend =) Always enjoy you on Joe Rogan’s podcast. Good luck working on your new book!

  285. Dr Richard Edyvean says:

    Graham
    Delighted to hear of your recovery.
    I recently retired from my job as a general practitioner in Derby.

    I have enjoyed and appreciated your work on archeology and spirituality.

    Side effects of drugs are greatly under reported by design.

    As a young doctor I had a doctor Killdare complex and was seduced by modern technology.

    Over the years I became increasingly cautious because of atypical presentations and grossly underreported side effects.

    Wikipedia report of sumatriptan side effects
    Adverse effects

    Large doses of sumatriptan can cause sulfhemoglobinemia, a rare condition in which the blood changes from red to greenish-black, due to the integration of sulfur into the hemoglobin molecule.[4] If sumatriptan is discontinued, the condition reverses within a few weeks.

    Serious cardiac events, including some that have been fatal, have occurred following the use of sumatriptan injection or tablets. Events reported have included coronary artery vasospasm, transient myocardial ischemia, myocardial infarction, ventricular tachycardia, and ventricular fibrillation (V-Fib).[5][citation needed]

    The most common side effects[6] reported by at least 2% of patients in controlled trials of sumatriptan (25-, 50-, and 100-mg tablets) for migraine are atypical sensations (paresthesias and warm/cold sensations) reported by 4% in the placebo group and 5–6% in the sumatriptan groups, pain and other pressure sensations (including chest pain) reported by 4% in the placebo group and 6–8% in the sumatriptan groups, neurological events (vertigo) reported by less than 1% in the placebo group and less than 1% to 2% in the sumatriptan groups. Malaise/fatigue occurred in less than 1% of the placebo group and 2–3% of the sumatriptan groups. Sleep disturbance occurred in less than 1% in the placebo group to 2% in the sumatriptan group.

    In the past I sometimes had occasional but severe and incapacitating migrane. For several years I have taken a betablocker in small doses and have been migrane free.

    I suspect that your GP would only have tried sumatriptan if simpler measures like betablockers had failed.

    I practice Reiki and although it is usually used for healing I use it for spiritual development and find it very helpful.

    My son in law Richard Edwards a consultant anaesthetist may have been involved in your treatment as he is based in Bath.

    I am really grateful for your inspiring books and online lectures, live with nature and at a gentle pace.May the spirit bless you.
    Dr Richard Edyvean
    Derby

  286. Tyrus says:

    What God gifts each is perfect.
    I am thankful you choose to live in courage, that you have shared yourself so completely with wee millions, and, evidently, that you still find humor and delight in the face of daunting circumstance.
    Be well pilgrim.
    “All shall be well,and all manner of things shall be well…” Julian of Norwich

    Godspeed

  287. Grace Barclay says:

    Dear Mr Hancock, I wish you a good recovery and many years of interesting writing ahead. Take care. Kind regards Grace

  288. anon says:

    Dear Graham: hoping you get well quickly & easily, there is good evidence that CBD oil helps both seizures & pain, please have your family check it out for you, there is non-psychoactive hemp derived which has helped my family members with various health difficulties.

  289. Charlie Robinson says:

    Very sorry to hear about your recent ordeal Graham but really great news that you’ve come through it, albeit a little ‘wobbly’ but now feeling reinvigorated and inspired by your new book.
    Thanks for all your wonderful work..Here’s wishing you a speedy and full recovery, more books, talks and travels!

  290. Gary says:

    Keep on rocking Mr Hancock, happy your on the mend and thank you for the inspiration you’ve given me and many many more on the understanding of a greater past, I’ve always loved reading your books and almost shared them with everyone I know (having to purchase most of them again) not that I mind at all, every healthy bookshelf should have Hancock book on it.

  291. Richard Short says:

    Positive vibes and love sent to you Mr Hancock, sorry to learn of your recent bad health.

  292. LR. Berman says:

    I am very glad to hear that you pulled through and are on the mend! Your work is very important in getting the message of this forgotten period of humanity out. Having read MANY books on the subject, I have always found your work to be well-researched, well-reasoned and well-documented … but I suppose that’s the journalist in you that knows that sources are key. And even when it is your own opinion, you simply say so. Keep well and I await your next book!

  293. Chris T Karimi says:

    Hi graham
    I came across your work when my wife had our first child 5 years ago and I instantly recognised the beauty and purity of your mind and purpose. You have dedicated most of your life to uncovering the truth of man and trying to enlighten the masses who mainly have a western perspective. I believe myself to be a messenger of truth as I have always had an inner guidance and intuition that has led me to the right understanding, people and allowed me to acknowledge them(you) as a part of me. My intuition is telling me that after your near death experience at 17 your third eye was opened which is why you have suffered these migraines for many years.
    I have too struggled with opposition my whole life and have used marijuana a lot in trying to deal with my alienation from the general consensus but like you, deep down I know that I will not become the best version of myself until I purify my mind and body. You are an inspiration and are a part of a group of people alive at this time who are the real revolutionaries who forming the foundation to take us into the new golden age- the satya yuga.
    All my love and prayers are with you at this time and I would like to assure you that the highest power is behind you at every moment 🕉
    Please try to meditate as this will help with your migraines.
    Love always Chris (Krishna)

  294. Tony says:

    Hi Graham, Sorry to hear of your health woes and happy that you have pulled through. I do hope, once you have fully recovered, that the remedial action will fix things and you will be able to continue your work. For all of those that have directed hatred at you, there are more of us that have sat here and appreciated your brave efforts and not said anything (until now). It really was pleasing to see that a find like Gobekli Tepe would vindicate your investigations and insist on more investigations to come. Best wishes

  295. Shafrir Lev says:

    Dear Graham. I hope you feel great and empower yourself now for the road ahead. The program with Joe rogan was the best I’ve ever saw on JRE so far. I thought michael shermer was great as well, and you came out good and in excellent control of the facts – an impressive expertise feat & I think Mark Defant was aware of as well & part of the reason he apologized to you & Randall. You have excellent reporter abilities which you bring to the table. Hope you feel much better & hope to meet you one day & discuss with you certain theories & experiences I have about the ancient civilization & the ways the ayahuasca opens for special types of communications. I was saddened that you were upset by Defant foolish online critique he put for his students – though I was happy he apologized at the end, and enjoyed your insistence on him calling you Graham & not Mr Hancock – which confronted him with you and the things he said in his “critique” online about you. You are a wonderful person & explorer, I have most of your books & you have brought lots of happiness into my life. Hope we get to meet in some conference & compare notes one day. Wish you all the love & positive energies possible. I recommend learning meditation (my favorite is transcendental) to help with the headaches. Take care & feel great – You are a wonderful soul & Child of the universe & I Love you & your books.
    Sincerely Yours
    Shafrir Lev
    Kibbutz Ein Hashofet
    Israel.

  296. Robin says:

    Wow. Welcome back Graham, great to have you with us still/again! Thanks for all your work, I really appreciate what you do, and very much enjoy reading your books. All the best x

  297. joe carvelli says:

    Hello Mr. Hancock,

    I pray that you have a speedy recovery and that you can get back to your book on ancient North America as soon as possible. I love all of your work and all of your appearances on the JRE. I must say that i get over joyed every time i see you and Randal pop up on the podcast que, and it makes me want to dig deeper and deeper into the ancient history of our world. You have really changed my view on the world and I love you for that. I don’t want to write you a novel because i’m sure you are receiving massive amounts of support, so on that note i want to say thank you for everything you have brought to the world and to please, please get well soon and stay healthy.

    P.S : sorry for my terrible grammar.

  298. Alex says:

    Graham, I’m glad you’re back on our plane of consciousness again. Look after yourself. Get Randall to drive you around the US if need someone to help you finish up the book – you’re still with us for a reason.

    Stay frosty.

  299. Jim Fowers says:

    Graham sending you positive energy and will be thinking of you always.
    Your friends and traveling partners
    Jim and Dianne Fowers
    Calgary Alberta Canada

  300. Mark says:

    Wishing you good health.

    I didn’t realise you lived in Bath. I was there studying from 2012 to 2016 and miss it fondly.

    Mark

  301. Jeremy Keiser says:

    Graham,

    I am huge believer in your work and thankful that you have taken the steps to challenge the main stream beliefs. I am glad to hear you are recovering and getting back to good health and wish you luck with your migraines and seizures. Please continue the fight to challenge what the main stream, its because of people like you that keep the scientific process going by not accepting what the so called experts believe to be truths. I cant wait for the day when all your work is validated. Good luck with you r recovery and look forward to your next book!

  302. andrew Brown says:

    Dear Graham,

    So glad to hear of your recovery, Myself and Kate here in Wales wishing you a strong recovery and so many blessings to you and Santha please continue your struggle for us all we are so lucky to have your voice! look after your self and get rest.

    Love and blessings

    Andrew Brown

  303. Grace says:

    I hope you will look into having a consultation with Stacey Moye, a very powerful medical intuitive who operates in Sedona, Az–but does phone/skype consultations all over the world. She has quite a track record and has been very helpful to me in healing serious dental problems. She is not inexpensive, but is known to have healed migraines (cancer, strange medical illnesses, etc.) a good deal by seeking the source and working with that. Here is her website.

    http://www.thesentelligentsolution.com/services-2/sentelligent-medical-intuitive-reading-and-healing-session/

  304. James Trickett says:

    Migraines cured with melatonin supplementation – I’ve seen user reviews on this on biovea dot net forward slash UK. 1mg dose has science too showing it works for sleep, but you may be looking at time release, starting small dose. Dolovent – dolovent dot co dot uk. This is designed to nutritionally prevent migraines using Q10, Mg, B2, bioflavonoids in specific doses. I’ve no feedback on that. I’m not affiliated to either company, my mission is to help people heal. @northern healing if you wish to contact – the world needs you healthy to continue the good fight! A good reiki practitioner may help sort migraines too over several sessions. peace and healing to you Graham. James Trickett

  305. Ben Leonard says:

    Dear Graham,

    I was distressed to read your account of your severe illness, but am very glad you are back on your feet and eager to continue bringing forth the truth about our ancient past. I have read a number of your books such as FINGERPRINTS of the GODS and MAGICIANS of the GODS which I consider to be outstanding. I am looking forward to reading your projected book on ancient North America, and hope and pray you will be spared to finish it. I was also very interested in your account of your near death experience, and your comment that we may cross over at any time, and that we may or may not come back. All good wishes and kindest regards.

  306. Ryan Kimp says:

    Glad you’re still breathing! I’m a big fan and love your collaboration efforts Randall Carlson. If it catches your interest please look into the electric theory of the universe. I think that its model actually fits with the time frame for the two catastrophic temperature spikes in Randall’s graphs and I am strongly inclined to believe it’s has solid foooting to explain some of the more miraculous events described by some historical texts thought to be metaphorical

  307. Matthew Timms says:

    Cannabis oil for seizures. Heals damage in both the short and long term, and protects against further damage.

  308. Sara Garrett says:

    That’s it! No more Sumatriptan for me. I have been trying hard NOT to use it but alas I hate my migraines (as I sit here with one now). After hearing your story I will never use them again. Better to have a migraine than a seizure. We will suffer together. Check out Joshua Turknett, M.D. https://youtu.be/Kii64XwKXac Turned his migraine syndrome around by chance when he went on a primal diet. I am now 2 wks into a ketogenic diet as a means to become migraine free. There seem to a great deal of evidence to suggest keto diet can be of great value to migraine sufferers. Good Luck. Sara Garrett

  309. john radford says:

    Sorry to hear about your recent health issues… BUT!… The TV Signal continues!!

    Be safe.

    John.

  310. Mike says:

    The world’s a better place with you in it. Keep writing. Sending positive vibes your way.

  311. Kate Madrigal says:

    Mr. Hancock,

    I am so absolutely relieved to hear that you have recovered from this horrid experience. I have many of your books and have so appreciated your courage in publishing them. ‘Fingerprint of the Gods’ opened my eyes and sent me on my own quest to know our historical truth. While I am rooted down in Arizona, I have so enjoyed reading your detailed adventures, traveling the worlds ancient sites for answers vicariously through you.

    I am shocked to hear about the hatred displayed towards you after your Joe Rogan appearance. I viewed the #872 experience just a few days ago and saw you speak for the first time. In addition to your intellectual genius I found your energy beautiful and so it genuinely pains me to hear about the hating comments. Why is our waking up such a threat to some? Why, repeatedly, do people seek to tear down the wayshowers?

    My thoughts will be with you for your continued recovery. I so look forward to reading your forthcoming America book!

    Warmly,
    Kate

  312. Kathy Gregan says:

    Dear Graham,
    I was so sad when I read that you had had such a major medical emergency. It’s a great relief to know that you are well now. All of your followers need you to be around for years to come and to read many more of your wonderful books. I have been following your work for over twenty years.

    Interestingly I too had an NDE at 17 which changed my view of the world. Also a critical illness this March. Near death experiences certainly make one value every small moment.

    You are a very special person and have been fighting the egyptology mob for so long making great advances in the search for the lost ancient civilisation. I believe that Z.H. Is the Antichrist!

    Don’t read the abusive comments – they will get their karma. I couldn’t watch the JR debate because it was too upsetting to listen to such ignorant morons who don’t have half of your intelligence.

    Looking forward to your next book.
    Kindest regards,
    Kathy
    Xxx

  313. Mike M says:

    I am glad you survived and are out of the hospital. That experience has to be beyond words. As to the hateful comments you received, it sounds like a handful of adolescents that are fans of Shermer and co.
    I only just discovered your work a few months ago and have already read Magicians of the Gods and Supernatural. Listening to Magicians on audiobook a second time then watching all of your appearances on Joe Rogan, thereby introducing him to me.

    I work in GIS, I was in military intelligence and served in Iraq. I now apply strict critical thinking skills to every theory and all of your theories are sound in my assessment. I’m a lifelong self-described researcher of all things just outside the mainstream acceptance and nothing you have ever written is preposterous. If one cannot distinguish between when you are laying out factual and circumstantial evidence from the natural speculation that grows from that, then they don’t have the capacity to be reading books like yours.

    I take joy in shooting down baseless conspiracy theories however, so when I give my full endorsement to something it is not lightly.

    Your and Randall Carlson’s questioning of the global warming dogma also showed just how truly committed to honest and open research. You let the facts lead you.

    If mispelled adolescent comments from positions of ignorance affected you, then let my appreciation of your outstanding work affect you.

    One last note, I just began taking CBD oil in the last few months to see if it could help PTSD symptoms. It has improved sleep and overall feeling. It is treated for epileptic seizures as you know. High doses of medical grade CBD might help you, just a thought.

    Godspeed

  314. Judy says:

    Hi Graham, I heard about your illness just last night from my husband. He was very upset, as he has been a big fan and ferocious reader of your work for several years. I came here looking for an update and I’m glad you are feeling better. Best wishes. Judy

  315. Michelle says:

    I’m so glad that you made it through this health challenge. There are so many people who hate and are uber judgemental. Don’t let it get to you. Keep up the good work. Peace to you and your family.

  316. Neil Harmeyer says:

    As you’re aware, fear and cultural ignorance is not a new thing, Graham, and, unfortunately, we seem to be in the thick of it these days, politically, spiritually, socially, collectively, and obviously.

    And, as it with our current political climate here in the States (and worldwide), I think it’s a loud, disruptive, short-sighted, ignorant and ugly MINORITY who seek to SUBvert, REvert and PERvert progress, curiosity, or alternative ideas, differing theories and/ or social mores.

    Whether your work or theories are 100% correct or not, you’re doing important work, asking good, smart, necessary questions, and not taking established “fact” as the end all, be all, especially in light of so many glaring instances that just don’t sync up with the Establishment, or text books.

    All that having been said, I am shocked to read of your recent health issues (especially as I’ve enjoyed your recent appearances on Joe Rogan’s podcast) and further surprised to learn of your hospitalization in Farmington! (I’m in Albuquerque, NM – about 2 hours from Farmington.)

    DO take care of yourself, Graham, and keep us updated, as you will. You have many, many fans – armchair, pedestrian, or otherwise – and many more years before you to go and search and explore and uncover and debate and wonder… and wander…

    All the best to you, Santha, and your entire family.

    I look forward to your next book.

    Respectfully,

    Neil Harmeyer

  317. Carole says:

    Get well – the world needs you desperately. I feel deeply honored and humbled to have found your work. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

  318. Paula says:

    Magnificent you are here to write this, not just for yourself, your loving family but to share this experience. Ive felt a similar experience life is so fragile, a mere whisper. We must be kind to ourselves and one another, this planet needs our love and respect. Thank you for giving us this to contemplate. Be well

  319. Daniel Hamilton P says:

    I thank God for you.

  320. Lance says:

    Graham,

    Firstly, I wish you a full recovery. You are an extremely valuable author and public figure, a beacon in our twilight society – long may that continue.

    But also I would like to recommend you reading about and/or contacting Dr. Farias in Toronto, Canada – a neurologist (http://www.fariastechnique.com/). Although he specialises in treating Dystonias, I have rid myself of over 25 years of headaches and migraines through the exercises he showed me. He’s an enlightened doctor in an arena dominated by Pharma sales reps.

    Whatever you chose, I would like to wish you all the best.

  321. Ted May says:

    God bless you and shine his face upon you Graham.

  322. Merot says:

    Graham… Thanks you still here, you are great, and I think you are right in many things, but remember even if you are wrong, you are still needed, still great, and will be my hero. The Courage is what is important, what inspires everybody, not results. And if you are right, it’s all the same for me. Much Love!

  323. Eric says:

    Dear Graham,

    I have been a follower of your work for many years after discovering Fingerprints of the Gods. Reading your work at the time completely rocked my world view, induced a paradigm shift of consciousness and led to a never ending quest for Truth. I am a constant follower of the material you publish and think that the work you contibute to society is of immense value. It saddened me to hear about your recent health problems and angered me to learn about the trolling perpetrated by, what appears to be, a small organised group, which affected you so much. I hope that my sincere words of apprecitation will help to strenthen your renewed energy and hastens your recovery to complete health.

    I’m looking forward to your next literary instalment which I’m sure the Universe has already guaranteed the completion of.

    Yours Faithfully,

    Eric

  324. Elliot says:

    Dear Graham,
    Whilst I’m not a religious man in any traditional sense, it still feels appropriate to say, thank god your still with us. Your work here is far from done. I partly say that from a selfish perspective in that your work, your books, your outlook on life has had a deep and profound effect on my life. I truly mean that. I also believe we are on the precepise of a great change. A change where academia is starting to accept that the human story is far older than it could have ever imagined. Your insights now are as, if not more valuable than ever. Of course, when that change happens and it will, I can think of few who deserve to enjoy that moment more than you.
    There is so much I’d like to say to you at a time like this, but I don’t want to go on and on. What I will say is that I feel incredibly saddened that the abuse after the Joe Rogan podcast had such a negative affect on you. Firstly I thoroughly enjoyed the podcast and thought you not only presented your case, as ever, clearly and precisely and armed with evidence and facts, you undoubtly won the debate. Secondly there are a unfortunately an army of small minded idiots with little to offer the world other than hateful remarks delivered, ever so bravely, facelessly over the internet. I’m saddened that it got to you, that you let it get to you. I know I have little idea how that must feel but for god sake man, your Graham Hancock!! You’ve been challenging the very foundations of academia head on and been taking and handling the flak for decades. Abuse from a few internet trolls should be water off a ducks back.
    If I can say one final thing to you, please remember that for all the hate and negativity that is directed at you, there are people like myself that have nothing but love, positivity and gratitude for all that you have done and hopefully, what you continue to do.
    Please take care of yourself…

  325. Leighton Gill says:

    Hi Graham,

    I’m a long time fan, just having re-listened to Fingerprints of the gods and Magicians of the Gods on Audible, and being fascinated all over again.
    What a shock this is. Terrible news, only counteracted by the fact that you are still with us, and on the mend.

    I hope you know how much you have opened the eyes of many over the years, and while there are still the closed minded, uneducated haters out there (who nearly always seem to gravitate towards the YouTube comment section!), there are thousands that comprehend, understand and above all agree what what you write, see how much research and analysis you do and have done over the years, and continue to put into your works.

    I wish you a very speedy recovery.

    Best regards,

    Leighton Gill

  326. Jesse says:

    Stay strong!

  327. Jamie McGlue says:

    Beloved Graham,
    It makes me so happy to know you are safe and breathing the good air of our native earth, rather than the celestial variety of our native astral planes, however beautiful they may be. Selfishly, I must confess I feel a huge desire to see what your great mind, heart and intuition can find on the subject of ancient America, and to read your lucid and always humorous expositions and explorations in the hallowed pages of your upcoming book. Please don’t go reincarnating on us! Your present form is a wondrous filter for truth, and I hope it’s one that the cosmos deigns to keep with us, your friends and family on Earth; for you do so much for the great work of our time, and all Time.
    I for one, upon hearing of your long, invisible (to me) struggle with migraines, and more recently with seizures – and let’s not forget the waves of ignorant negativity washed upon your desk daily for decades now – am feeling for you! From the bottom of my heart. You are a personal hero of mine in many ways (more poignantly so for your honesty about your imperfections, such as we all share), and I want to take this moment to direct my full love, thanks, friendship, respect, love, laughter, joy – everything! – to you, and to the family that supports you and the inspired work you continue to do for your brothers and sisters on this gardenstone amongst the stars. Bless you.
    I have also been rudely jolted by news of your health problem into a process of preparation, for I hope one day to continue the line of your work in some way or another, to “never stop asking questions” (as you once wrote in a copy of ‘Fingerprints’ while signing it for me in Mdelbourne), to bring the truth of our origins to the light, and to carry forward the bright torch of Atlantean esoteric awareness into the star of its destiny, until one day when I am near my circle’s end/beginning, some other young rascal – duly-initiated into the wonders and miraculous realities of this journey of discovery, which you are embodying for all eyes – reaches out to catch and spread the flame, and carry it forth anew. Your brush with death has reminded me of my own mortality, and the prescient voice of wisdom in my head resounds “stop fucking around and start doing something!”
    I know I am not alone in my will to continue your work and see it alive long after you pass on (may that day be far away); so many people have the same impulse, born of a deep reverance for the path you have walked between reason and imagination, and I expect all such seekers of truth as you have inspired will be showering the coming age with the fruits of your labour, beyond even the bountiful harvest which I am sure you will reap in this lifetime. Blessed with the view from the giant’s shoulder, each generation finds something new.
    And the story goes on…and the one thing that doesn’t just keep on getting older, is Love, the eternal purpose, presense, play. Thank you Graham, may you be with us for many more grateful years.

    Jamie

    P.s. Sorry to spoil the poetic ending, but while I’m here! Whatever happened to the Mystery of the Maps? I found that to be something which really put a wrench in the gears of my prior paradigm and made me open up to the possibility of an advanced lost civilisation, yet I didn’t hear it mentioned in the debate on Joe’s podcast. Powerful stuff I reckon! Anyway, thanks once more.

  328. rob eves says:

    may u return to imacculate health and continue with your inspired work

  329. Ginny Silcox says:

    Dear Graham Hancock…I can’t begin to describe how important your work has been to me. I hope these travails are now over and that you can forge on, because this work will enable us to take our place in history that we otherwise would have been denied. I would love to have some communication in the future about how the Gobekli Tepe columns are actually antenna/amplifiers, aimed at the rising constellations they once pointed to…since limestone is indeed receptive to signals. This is something I one mentioned to you, & you replied, much to my surprise. I hope your recovery is complete and trouble-free.

  330. John says:

    I hope you are feeling better, Graham. I thoroughly enjoyed the aforementioned Joe Rogan episode, you acquitted yourself admirably, however it was a one sided battle :). Hoping you continue your great work as long as you are fit and fin to do so.

    Best,

    John

  331. Timothy Mark Hall says:

    I am glad to see you are getting better sir, and have greatly appreciated your work. I also have terrible migraines that cause temporary blindness but have found that if I use lavender essential oil as soon as I feel it beginning I can stop in from progressing. I simply wipe the oil above my upper lip below my nose. I was skeptical the first time I tried it but have become a believer. I have no idea how it works only that it does. Thank you and get well we still need your insight!

  332. Tom Powers says:

    It isn’t your time to cross over yet, too much work still to be done. These are times to test humans souls, the forces of darkness are strong now, but goodness and truth will prevail. Let’s put however many days we have left to good use.

  333. Lawrence Kennedy Ph.D says:

    Graham,you most likely don’t remember me or our meeting about 20 years ago at one of your book signings in Calif’ I think ,but also had a stroke after three months before having heart failure too at 66 ,I later found out that it was most likely sent to me as a frequency via e-mail ,why ~ I went to Egypt in 80′ on an expedition to uncover the connection between ANCIENT ET’S & Egypt ,we found a lot including the location of the Atlantis records chamber that the ARE have readings on ,I did not publicize it then because I was told that it was danger to to me until just before my heart failure ,giving some details at a lecture .I believe some mover & shaker researchers are being hit to prevent exposure ! If you want more info’ respond ! Sincerely Lawrence Kennedy Ph.D

  334. Warren Light says:

    My wife and I are glad that you are still with us, Graham. We are looking forward to your new book on ancient North America. Stay well, energetic and full of life.

  335. Jeff Bishop says:

    Thank you for the update Graham and am relived to hear you are doing better. Your work is truly inspirational and I trust you will continue to improve health wise so as to continue your research! Positive thoughts and energy to you!!

  336. Peter Berry says:

    Graham – I am happy that you survived this harrowing ordeal. I am convinced that time is an illusion, and that what we perceive as reality is just a tiny fraction of the true nature of everything. I think that at the moment of our death, the veil is lifted and we see things as they really are, but we don’t get to see this until we are ready. I wish you good health and a speedy recovery. Just like you, I am convinced that previous advanced civilizations existed which have all disappeared , either because they became unsustainable or because of a natural disaster. It’s surreal and darkly humorous that so many people can see our impending doom, but nobody will do anything about it. Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it, and so we march towards our mutual destruction looking for somebody else to blame. Not that it matters anyway, because as I said, time is an illusion and everything that will ever happen has already happened.

    Be well, and keep writing.

    Best regards

  337. Frank Sharkany says:

    As a fan since reading The Sign and the Seal many years ago and also attending one of your talks here in Southern California, I am happy to hear you are back “in the land of the living”. I will keep you, Santha and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Thanks for all you do and I look forward to many more years of following your work.

  338. Daniel Rosenak says:

    Start drinking ionized alkaline restructured mineral-charged, antioxidant Kangen water. Search for it in your zip code and get it for free. Water is the most important thing you put in your body every single day, and therefore if it is compromised your health will be compromised. If you are not drinking water that is alive and charged, ionically speaking, with dissolved hydrogen gas as an antioxidant, your water and health are compromised. Peace be with you, friend! Much respect for you and your work.

  339. Louise McGee says:

    You Tube has some of the, most horrendous comments. Just prior to the death of Lioyd Pye, I happened to be on his You Tube, site and saw the abuse that he was receiving. I intervened to defend him and he thanked me but such horrible uninformed people, leave these disgusting You Tube messages. People spend hours on their scientific work, to have them ridiculed by non scientific minds, merely out to attack others. It can destroy a person and You Tube should do more to prevent it. I would suggest just disable comments, on You Tube in future? It’s not worth the grief, or damage to your health. I have followed your work for many years and have most, of your books. I am pleased that you are, recovering and highly relieved for your wife Santha and family. Take things easy? I am previous, Staff Nurse from Edinburgh. Get well soon.

  340. anita zaleski says:

    Graham, I am sorry you had to go through the fire again but your renewed energy is needed. What you and Randall have spent your lives researching resonates. I too have spent my life wondering about ancient humans and our place in the cosmos. You and Randall are the catalysts that will wake us up out of our collective miasma. Those that criticize you live in an unquiet fear; you tread on ancient beliefs and values. We must question. I envy you and Randall’s work. Please take care and get strong , for your work is not done.
    Thank you

  341. Lavinia says:

    Hi Graham,

    I wish you a quick recovery … people like me need you to to continue the great work to bring the truth to light.
    My name is Lavinia form Romania…I hope you read my message…You are one of my favorite writers.
    I want to tell you something that might help you connect with other discoveries and researches made by you (sorry for my english).You have been in many countries to search for the past trues…but you never come to Romania. You want to find out all the answers to your questions ? Romania is the source and root of your answers. Please read to Peter Moons books – Transylvanian Sunrise Transylvanian Moonrise, Secret Parchment.Peter translated these books written by a Romanian author. This novelist works in Romanian secret services. Peter Moon talked to this romanian autor and romanian secret service employee.
    He talks about a breakthrough in the Bucegi Mountains. In 2003, Romanians helped by Americans made a sensational breakthrough. In the Bucegi Mountains they found some rooms with information about the past of this planet. There is a place in these halls where you can see projections about the past of our country, the planet, the galaxy. From these halls 3 underground tunnels start: one to Tibet, another to Egypt, and the third to the center of the earth towards Agartha / Shambala.
    This is true believe me…
    Please see Peter Moon books to understand better what I say, because my english is not very accurate.
    You are a smart and wise man and you will see that what I am saying is true.

    With great respect for you Sir,

    Lavinia

  342. Lavinia says:

    Hi Graham,

    Lavinia again…
    The tunnel that goes to Egypt is just below the Egyptian sphinx. There under the sphinx there is a room as a kind of bookstore with a lot of information (please read the mentioned books).

    Thank you!

  343. Jonas Curameng says:

    I cannot express enough the relief and gratitude in knowing that you are well and that you are still here with us. You are stronger than ever for having gone through such a harrowing experience and having survived it by the skin of your teeth! More power to you, brave sir and thank you so much for all that you’ve done and continue to do, tirelessly. I know that you will find a better solution to your migraines, Graham. I am sure if it.

    Much love and respect,
    Jonas Curameng

  344. Andrew says:

    Dear Graham,
    You recount an absolutely harrowing period with understated grace. I am sure I speak for so many in wishing you a full and swift recovery, along with thanks for your great body of work and your inspirational example.
    Keep up the good fight and do not let those who can only jeer get you down!

  345. Jackson says:

    Glad your feeling better mate don’t let the bastards grind you down

  346. Robert says:

    Thank you for sharing this with us,
    all the best with your recovery.

    Robert.

  347. Ian Speed says:

    Get well soon Graham I have been listening to you and reading your material over the last 7 – 8 years and went to one of your book signing in Liverpool.
    Your work is extremely valuable for all who read and listen to you.
    Best wishes to you and your family.
    Here’s anticipating your speedy recovery.

    Ian Speed

  348. Carol Horn says:

    OMG . . . will indeed envision your: ” . . .renewed creative energy and ideas that I hope the universe will allow me to bring to fruition in my forthcoming America book.” And more. You, and your work, are critical to this survival-determining period in history.

  349. Simon Adams says:

    Best wishes Graham

    You should run it past your doctor, but you could try Clonidine for your migraines. At the very worst, if it doesn’t stop the migraine, it should help you to sleep until it passes.

  350. suman says:

    It is interesting to hear that your migraine started after the severe shock. I remember Geonkaji, the founder of Vipassana movement in India, mentioning his severe migrane in his youth for which the only solution was heavy sedation, until he took up meditation.Wish you good health.

  351. Joe says:

    Mr. Hancock,

    I am elated to hear that you have made a full recovery! Your concise and beautiful writing style is one of my favorites and I cant wait until your next book comes out. I regret hearing that those terrible comment cut their way through and in front of all the positive comments of that podcast you mentioned. I would like to direct your attention to the work of Dr. Dom D’Agostino on the beneficial effect of the ketogenic diet on seizure prone individuals. Some of his work and related studies are fascinating. I wish you good health and the best of luck! Again, I can’t wait for your upcoming book!!!

  352. robb fahey says:

    My dearest Mr. Hancock,
    Please stop reading the comments after YouTube videos. There’re people who do nothing but create turmoil and stoke the fires of hate for no good reason other than they’re powerless in their own lives I need some small venue to spew their vitriol. Just stop reading the comments.
    Why do you care what those people think anyway?
    Your body of work is brilliant and you know in your heart of hearts that what you’re doing is right and true. Believe in yourself and continue forward in confidence that what you’re discovering is groundbreaking in our society and greatly needed.
    Thank you for all you do, I have enjoyed all of your books and research.
    All the best for continued speedy recovery and A quick return to Health.

  353. Jesse Hays says:

    Good morning Mr. Hancock,

    My wife has had debilitating migraines and has tried almost every medication available in the USA including sumatripan. She like you has had these most of her life.

    We found a solution.

    Please ask your neurologist about Botox treatments. They are a little expensive but they have changed our life. Please sir I implore you to speak with your physician about this. I really hope you see this comment and it works for you like it did us.

    TLDR; TALK TO NEUROLOGIST ABOUT BOTOX for migraines. It changed our lives. Please Mr. Hancock it helped us immensely. I really hope it works for you.

    Thank you for everything you have given us sir.
    -Jesse Hays

  354. Karley Snyder says:

    Graham, I very much would love to connect with you deeper on this. I hope this is the proper vessel to manifest this request. I experienced a truly powerful death of my body ( I suffer /suffered from fibromyalgia) during the eclipse weekend at Tipper’s 4321 event. I discovered Cahokia, totally unknown to me before and I believe I am unlocking the mysteries of how they disappeared and the knowledge they transmited on their time on earth. We were at the point of longest totality and viewing conditions in Astral Valley, MO. This parallel is absolutely profound to me, hearing that you experienced these seizures after studying north American ancient culture! I am a writer and anthropologist as well. I studied mainly south American archeology and Buddhism with my undergraduate degree. After the death of my body/pain experience, I have an abundance of clarity and feel like my brain has been WORKING for the first time ever. Truly profound spiritual activation.

    I humbly hope the dots connect and our experiences can shed clarity on eachother’s discoveries.

    Blessings,
    Karley Snyder

  355. Jason Spence says:

    Graham,

    So glad to hear you are still with us! This world and it’s people needs you. I know there has been studies that show psilocybin has been an effective treatment for cluster headaches. I wonder if it is also a remedy for migraines? That’s something I’m sure you’re already looking into but I certainly hope you can find some relief. All our best wishes!

    Kind regards,

    Jason

  356. Matthew Louks says:

    Graham,

    I just heard the news of your health. My wife had suffered from migraines for more than 40 yrs.

    She visited a Dr named Alejandro Stevens of LaLigua, Chile. He is a holistic Oncologist.

    After seeing Dr Stevens he tested my wife with a laser under her fingernail to determine any allergies. He discovered she has an allergy to cheese. This was the trigger of her migraine.

    She had allergy tests when she was a child but the older tests did not pick up the cheese allergy.

    Maybe the next time you visit South America you could visit him. Just a couple hours north of Santiago.

    Get well soon. I can’t wait till the next book.

    Matt

  357. Barry H Campbell says:

    Dear Graham,
    I was recently introduced to your brilliant theories regarding the fallacy that man knows how the Pyramids were constructed.
    What you have said not only makes sense your rationale makes even more sense.
    On Googling your name a 1/2 hour ago I learned of your recent illness (s) and was very saddened by this.
    For all of us (sounds a bit greedy I know) you cannot pass just yet as I suspect you have too much knowledge for the rest of us.
    Good health sir and I’d love to hear more about your thoughts on how the Pyramids came into being on planet Earth.
    Sincerely,
    Barry Campbell

  358. Cynthia Lynn Scott says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for all you have done to assist in the collective awakening. May you recover well and I am very much looking forward to your next book! With all my Love wishing you deep Peace, Cynthia

  359. Sam says:

    Dear Graham – like so many around the world I wish you a strong recovery and a deeper understanding and clarity of your traumatic experience … may it greatly inspire you in your future work.

  360. Ronald Beaumont says:

    Remember that in addition to the love of your family you have that of millions of enchanted readers worldwide whose views of existence have been lengthened and deepened by your work.

  361. Sandra says:

    May you heal fully , may your migraines appear no more.
    You are a bright light in this world… may you stay with us many more years and bless the world with your gifts of research and writing and wisdom
    Thank you for all you have contributed and all you will contribute yet.
    Blessings

  362. Aaron Wolcott says:

    Hi Graham! I recently discovered your works of historical mysteries and have been deeply inspired and moved by them. I am a multi-disciplinary artist primarily focusing in music, and a professional in the field of electronics. I am widely read in diverse fields of science and have a solid conceptual picture of the current state of scientific orthodoxy.

    I only say this to give background to what I’d like to tell you, which is that I am amazed by your work and utterly impressed by your insightful and thoroughly researched style. You have shown me that it is possible to compose a coherent and reasoned alternative, even to some of our most fundamental understandings as a culture. This is a great and inspiring achievement, and I’ve come to take you as one of my greatest intellectual inspirations in my own artistic endeavors.

    I saw your debate with Michael Shermer on Joe Rogan’s show. I thought you and your comrades did a fantastic job. I’ve been reading Shermer in Scientific American for more than a decade. I am myself a scientifically oriented and skeptical person. Your group’s set of arguments helped me into a new realization that the culture of science is deeply dogmatic and does not live up to it’s own ideals of skepticism and impartiality.

    In fact I keep thinking of things that were said in that debate. Those two took such a dishonest and incoherent tone with you. They weren’t even responding to your work but rather speaking entirely in broad equivalencies as though all alternative theories were of equal merit! No, your idea is well reasoned. Let it stand on it’s own, and let the growing weight of evidence and new discoveries buttress it by it’s own merits.

    I don’t understand why an alternative theory of history should be responded to with such derision. This isn’t the case in physics! There are many possible theories of unification of quantum physics and relativity. Many people make the claim that the most prominent theory “string theory” is itself entirely speculative and non-scientific/untestable. There are even some criticisms of our fundamental understanding of things like gravity itself in “modified newtonian dynamics” These ideas are taken on their merits for the evidence to sort out. Although many people don’t agree with alternative theories, they are at least seen as novel additions to the corpus of thought on the subject, and valuable explorations of the ground of understanding.

    It appears that you have found yourself in what I never before understood was one of the most deeply dogmatic and unscientific of the fields of human intellectual endeavor. I just want to say thank you for all your writing, much as it has made you suffer such abuse. As I’ve said I’ve just recently discovered it, and look forward to many long hours with your lovely and stylish thoughts.

    Take care of yourself. The world needs people like you.

    P.S: I’ve heard high CBD marijuana can help with seizures. *wink*

  363. Malcolm Davies says:

    Hello Graham,

    So sorry to hear of your travails. It is abhorrent that you would be attacked personally for expounding so eloquently your interesting work which pulls together an increasing body of facts into a coherent theory of the last 13,000 years of human history.
    We rely on the work of people like yourself, Randall Carlson, John Anthony West, Jacques Cinq-Mars and the comer/meteor impact astronomers to bring forth the truth.

    With very best wishes for a speedy snd full recovery,
    Malcolm.

  364. Marie says:

    Sending positive thoughts and vibes your way. Hope you and your family are spending some quality time together in this moment. Glad to see so many other people leaving you all these amazing comments. Your work has touched so many. Looking forward to your future lectures and books. All the best.

  365. David says:

    Best wishes to you and your family Graham. Your work over the years has been fantastic, it has changed the way so many people think about history and the human condition and you have brought a wonderful energy to millions, long may it and you continue. I hope the well wishes from your legion of fans will reassure you that the love for you and your work far outweighs any negativity from a few inadequates on YouTube. Get well soon. Your work here is not done.

    David

  366. Barry McArthur says:

    Hi Graham I glad to hear your on the mend, take care and all the best and good health to you and your family.

    Warm regards,

    Barry McArthur

  367. dale says:

    Take some time off to recoup Graham. Looking forward here in America to your next book on ancient America.

  368. lee says:

    A swift recovery to you graham!
    Having the tragus of the ear pierced can help greatly with migraine!
    regards
    lee

  369. Jim Schuler says:

    We wish you well. As always, your work is inspiring.

  370. Di says:

    Terrific to see so many (and many more to come no doubt) sending their best wishes and support following your horrendous ordeal. May you continue to go from strength to strength both in your health and your wonderful work. (Cannabidiol is possibly worth investigating both for seizures and migraines, if you don’t already know about it.)

  371. JO says:

    Dearest Graham,

    You made it with flying colors through the intense period before the great shift that was completed during the August solar eclipse. Many were challenged in a variety of ways: physically, emotionally, and psychologically.

    I believe you can now feel the new lightness of being within your vessel’s systems. You will be fine for a long period of time, decades. Be sure to take enough time to replenish right now.

    You are deeply loved and appreciated.
    This author and nurse wishes you peace and bliss.
    Into the light, one and all!

  372. Kit Lofroos says:

    Mr Hancock! I am so glad that you and your family have made it onto a smooth path, and that you will be around to finish your book. Your latest writing has firmly shifted my perspective on my understanding of his-story, which has led ,e to the Magical Egypt series, and has allowed me to safely step back from the dominant narratives that I have been spoon-fed- with a dose of not sugar, but something worse- high fructose corn syrup sweetner!
    Anyways, be well, and peaceful recuperations

  373. Bob Lippman says:

    Aloha Graham ~
    Sending you healing vibes from the desert Southwest, homeland of Anasazi (and ancient Aztlan, acc. to my friend Alfredo Figueroa, keeper of the great geoglyphs near Blythe, CA), where your recent health ordeal began. Thank you for sharing this; you are greatly loved and supported in your life and the Work. I’ve seen you several times at Contact in the Desert, and am reading both “Magicians” and “Sign and Seal” now, as I prepare to go to EGYPT with Nassim Haramein, Jamie Janover, and Hugh Newman, along with a delegate group from the Resonance Science Foundation. Your Work is highly respected and cited in the Resonance Project, and is clearly linked to the knowledge of unified physics that is encoded in ancient megalithic structures, writings, and other communications. Don’t let the paid trolls and hired goons of the cabal get you down, as they are just that. And it all really indicates that you ARE on the right path of uncovering the truth about our true origins, history, and cosmic connections. Heal and strengthen, Graham; we look forward to seeing you at Contact in the Desert, again next year! ~ ~ ~ ^ ^ ^ ~ ~ ~
    Namaste ~

  374. sheila says:

    Graham, we are all sending our love to you. All of my family has had the honor of meeting you once or twice in person and we all agree that you radiate kindness, wisdom, and humility. Besides being an amazing human being, you have the gift of a brilliant mind and we are all rooting for you to, first and foremost, get well.
    Looking forward to your next book about the Americas. Take care.

  375. Mike Gidada says:

    Dear Graham, I am happy to hear that you are recovering from your illness and look forward to many more of your books in the future, Inshalla (God willing). Try to take it easy for a few months before rushing back to your important work and try not to let negative folks get under your skin so much!!…laugh them off. I know for certain that you are on the right track and that you will have the last laugh, Inshalla.
    Kind regards,
    Mike G.

    PS: I’ll send you more of those “fuzzy” pictures soon

  376. Julieb says:

    I am sorry to hear of your medical ordeal and wish you a very good recovery.

  377. Darrel Willman says:

    Graham: Long-time ‘fan’ of you and your work. Terribly sorry to hear of your recent health issues, I certainly look forward to your speedy recovery and future efforts. Be well, friend, it is not yet time.

  378. Ron Dillie says:

    It was with shock when I just now read of your recent health issues. Graham, you and Randall are so important to our changing of the modern paradigm in regards to our ancient history. I don’t know why but I feel your important work is not finished yet. Please stay here and tap into that highly regarded British stubbornness and remain here with us for much longer! It was only recently I discovered this whole theory on Joe Rogen with you and Randall!
    Respectfully,
    Ron Dillie

  379. Cece says:

    Bless you and your family. You all have given much to the good fight, so that we may know who we are and who we might be. Please be healthy and gentle with yourself.. Love is greater than anything. You are loved…

  380. Lee Cheng Kuok says:

    Wish the best. May you be well, happy, and peaceful always.

  381. Jefferson Stewart says:

    You are now the White wizard and have discarded the gray cloak. Thanks for all your work over the years. Best to you, and realize that you have changed the world for the better.

  382. dale says:

    Dear Mr. Hancock…Hope you are resting and not over working on the new book.. By the articles on the site today I see the research is going on. Hope you include American history going back into the dim past including other peoples who came to America only to fade away. I suggest collaboration with ” Ancient America ” magazine as they have been studying this subject and publishing for 20 years now at least. Get well soon.

  383. Jace says:

    Hello Graham,

    Wow I can not believe what I just read. This news caused major distress for me. I am a huge fan of yours and you have had a profound influence on me. I wish you a speedy recovery. The world can not afford to lose you, especially now. With what is going on in the world, losing one of our must gifted and talented critical thinkers would be devastating. Looking forward to many more books from you Graham. This new one about North America sounds intriguing. Be Well my good man.

  384. John Hosty says:

    I’m just beginning my journey of understanding thanks to the many videos you’ve posted on YouTube. Thank you, you’re brilliant. I’m pleased that you have survived and hope that you continue gaining your health back.

    Try wrapping cloth tightly around your head when the pain of a migraine sets in. It’s an old method that works for me.

    Best,
    John

  385. Sally A says:

    As you recouperate, I have brought you a little something to pass the time, and to open a new venue of research for you, and perhaps for your book on the America’s —

    I say this because the other enthenogen widely distributed in N. America seems to be the acacia tree, of which only a very few remain.

    America undoubtedly had its own cult of acacia entheogen use. I have other ideas on this, but for now, the newly discovered facts need to be offered to the world, that authorial task which you carry so well.

    I have not seen the adverts for the entheogenic conferences, but they do exist, as do some youtube entries on Hadronic Physics.

    Enjoy!

    Dear Graham, (penned in the darker hours of night)

    About those Entheogens: There is an Entheogen Conference from time to time, and I feel it would be very much to your benefit to attend a few of these and perhaps gather the recordings of previous events.

    1.) It seems they are proceeding down this line of inquiry like wind-blown Irish Wildfire … just as Terrence M. would have wished!

    2.) They have developed a new type of physics to deal with the interesting phenomena which have turned up! Hadronic Physics begins at 10 to the minus 13th.

    3. They have been researching the effects of repeated entheogen use on the brain, and on the DNA … and ….

    ☆☆They have found that some entheogens release transposons into the user’s system, which actually begin to alter the DNA of the brain. I could speculate, but I will refrain, until such time as more data is available. This research was known in 2009.

    Perhaps this is the reason our conservative governing bodies resist? They do not want segments of the citizenry to become attuned to another quantum resonant sheet?

    If Entheogens are the 108 teachers of Soma Raja (54 Asura and 54 Deva) … perhaps they represent a way for our consciousness to connect to their realms, exactly as happens with Aya. It seems we are the innocent Planet of the Children, indeed. [And maybe open to chemical incursion?]

    I have often wondered IF — 17 ‘Grahams-to-be’ are currently gracing the ‘Ques of Future Birth’ in South America. We have a term for ‘life review’ as well. Was this your experience? Mother Aya indeed?

    At any rate, please seriously consider attending the next Ethnogen’s Conference (the other wild fire about the Comets & The Younger Dryas will still be here). Gobekli Tepi will still be making news, as well.

    I am hoping that before you (again) strongly advocate for more general access to Entheogens, you will avail yourself of the serious research being done. Perhaps you will see that there might be a point of caution to consider. (☆ Until we have a way to change a brain’s DNA back to ‘normal’ — which is not unthinkable, but a pre-existing template would be required.)

    I have to say some documented effects are very positive at first pass, especially regarding LSD 25. But that is all that was said (and their research does depend on volunteers).

    You are too important to be left in the dark on such things, especially when so many look to you for ideas and explanations in our evolving age.

    Ananda Bosman taped a ‘hello’ for the upcoming convention, as he was not able to attend:
    https://youtu.be/lF4y93hvDBY

    22 videos … for the Entheogen Conference circa 2009.

    Live long and prosper,
    Sally

  386. Patrick says:

    Graham, status epilepticus is very dangerous–if you start seizing while alone, the seizures can go on until your body can’t take any more. So don’t be alone for more than hour or so! Also, many doctors and nurses aren’t prepared for status epilepticus, they don’t understand it, so be sure someone is advocating for you if you have to go to the hospital. (My wife started having seizures, and “status”, in her 40s–just out of the blue–and we’ve been dealing with it for 16 years now.)

    Finding the right combination of epilepsy drugs can be a long, tedious and depressing process. But there are a couple of newer things that might help:

    There is an “emergency” drug called (here in the US) Diastat. It is a cream, administered rectally using a syringe. I’ve used it to stop status in its tracks, avoiding many ER trips and hospital stays. http://www.diastat.com/

    You may also want to look into VNS therapy, which has helped my wife tremendously. http://www.aspiresr.com/

    Good luck to you!

  387. Paul. says:

    Sending you healing vibes and light Graham. Your writing has educated and entertained me for most of my adult life. So I was sorry to hear of your illness. I agree with earlier comments that this world needs people like you right now. Best wishes.

  388. Mike AF Bartlett says:

    Your writing has provoked thought wonderfully.
    All the best.

  389. Richard Smith says:

    Graham:

    I recommend that you consider chiropractic treatments.

  390. Jimmy Joe Bob says:

    Graham,

    I am very glad to read that you are feeling better.

    If there is one true constant in our current cultural incarnation, it is that those with an open, inquisitive, questioning mind are ridiculed by those who believe they already know everything. When you already know everything, any question is by its very nature evil because to question is to deny what those who know think they know. They are as attached to their ideas as our culture is to material possessions. It is anathema for them to even consider they might be wrong. No idea is sacrosanct. Everything must be questioned. Most people, especially the people who care about the intellectual pecking order and feel the need to be acknowledged for their ideas, cannot let themselves be wrong.

    If anything, we must teach people it is ok to be wrong. It is more than ok, it is vitally necessary to opening one’s mind to any possibility because that is the nature of the universe we inhabit.

    I wish you a speedy recovery. Don’t let the trolls get you down.

    And yeah, get yourself some good pot and start taking turmeric for inflammation.

    A long time reader and admirer of your work

  391. Peter Hall says:

    Dear Graham,
    Great to hear that you are on the mend. The world needs people like you.
    Keep fighting the good fight!
    All the best
    Peter

  392. Erzsebet says:

    Beloved Graham. You are back! There is always a bigger plan and perspective! All is energy! The ones we send you love for your courage, mission and determination, we are here to stay and overcome together whatever’s out there in doubt and hate. And so it is!

  393. Denis Sparagis says:

    Happy to hear you are better. Your struggle and work are important and I look forward to your next publications. Fight on Graham!

  394. Steve says:

    Nothing but good comments here. Glad you’re ok!

  395. Laurence says:

    wishing you health, strength, love and plenty of positive energy around you and your family

  396. Louis Dackombe says:

    Much love to you Graham, and your family <3 You have been through much ordeal in your unwavering search for the truth and I think you must have sailed close to the wind on many occasions. I can only imagine the strength of resolve necessary in your endeavour, and I hope you take comfort from your supporters and are able to utilise the various health ideas suggested in these messages.

    Since your debate with the science-skeptics in May, I have been through my own ordeal and was out of the loop with your progress. I am heartened to hear your news of renewed strength and cleared purpose after your recent journey to the gates of death. So gladdened to hear of your continued journey with us in this world 🙏🏼

    As a writer of great intuition and instinct, I think you had come to the axis of confrontation in your work during that heated "debate" on JRE and it made for quite difficult viewing to see the deliberate attacks on you from the opposition, who unfortunately had a united purpose in discrediting your work. Due to the intuitive and unconventional path you have taken through your work, it was inevitably going to be a difficult confrontation for you and it was regrettable to see you as the focus for so much antagonism. Even though you and your colleague Randall Carlson were able to field the attacks successfully, it was evident that your opponents were merely the spear tip of a leviathan of established entrenched thinking, being reinforced by the fear and hatred on a vast scale.

    I hope your spearhead has been galvanised in the heat of that conflict of paradigms, and that it aids you to know how much you represent the spirit of the intuitive and informed unconventional investigator as well as the lovely man you are.

    It may help all those interested to note that there are others on the vanguard of scientific discovery who are taking up the same challenge:

    https://youtu.be/r4r4nvda4LY

    Best wishes,

    Louis

  397. Sam says:

    Graham,sorry to hear you’ve been put through the mill. I guess you’re not done with this planet yet! Glad to hear it, JAW needs his sparring partner. Best wishes and good health. Save your energy for positive people.

  398. Ricardo says:

    You may not have to suffer migraine headaches anymore. For over 20 years I had suffered from the most painful medical condition known to science {cluster headache}. After being misdiagnosed several times, I thought that I might end up one of the estimated 80% of CH sufferers who commit suicide {giving it the nickname suicide headache}. I have gained control over my hypothalamus with the method made famous by Wim Hof {the ice man}. he uses it to control his body temp. and immune response. He’s probably never heard of cluster headaches, but the method has given me my life back. I cannot express the gratitude i feel when thinking about what it has done for me. A basic rundown of the method can be found on his website. http://www.icemanwimhof.com/wim-hof-exercises

    Best wishes,

    Ricardo

  399. tracey battles says:

    Graham

    I have followed your works since the early 90’s. I plan to follow your works for another 25 years so please plan accordingly!

    With all sincerity, you have been a tremendous influence on my life and the lives of many others. Without your dedication to truth seeking, challenging the status quo, and presenting this material to the public the world would clouded by ignorance. Thank you for shining your light. Damn the internet trolls, they represent ignorance and fear and command our sympathy.

    With love and respect,

    Tracey Battles

  400. Jack Stone says:

    Harrowing experiences, to say the least. But greatly relieved to hear of your amazing recovery through the ministrations of such dedicated medical professionals (you were fortunate and it could have been quite different). So many have been deeply moved and beneficially changed by your published discoveries and deeply informed speculations, and I’m excited to hear of the coming ancient North America studies. Yes, we are most definitely in a pivotal time for humanity, and you are one of the leading lights in the brave corps of critical truth researchers into our true origins and purpose. And a man of penetrating intelligence and grace. May you recuperate your full powers at the service of these critical truths. Bless you and all your family.

  401. Robin says:

    Graham,

    I suspect that your years of cannabis use may have served a neuroprotective function against developing seizures and that, possibly, slowing down your use of the plant left you vulnerable. I would suggest consideration of either increasing your cannabis use again for medicinal purposes, or using cannabidiol as a preventative measure, such as Charlotte’s web http://cw.com. You might also find that Psilocybe mushrooms taken once every 10 days to 2 weeks will serve to control your headaches far better than sumatriptan ever could. My wife suffered crippling migraines that frequently landed her in the hospital until I introduced psilocybin into her life. She has not had such a headache since, in over 27 years.

    In regard to internet trolls, our admiration and esteem for you, my dear Graham, far surpasses the little spittle of hatred dribbling from the mouths of the fools who disparage you and your work. You are truly a brave and noble man who dares to speak the truth and are surrounded and supported by a web of love and light. This is so powerful that that the negative energies of these disparaging fools will never get past it. Our hearts have been lifted by you and your work and we will be forever grateful. There is more of that coming to you in great abundance than you can imagine.

  402. Peter Meyer says:

    Dear Graham,

    Glad to hear that you’ve recovered. I’m sure you still have important work to accomplish, though perhaps at a slightly slower pace. And glad to hear you didn’t let the bastards get you down. On defamation by stupid know-it-all self-aggrandizing ‘skeptics’ please see The Practice of Ritual Defamation.

    Best wishes,
    Peter

  403. Sarah says:

    I wish you continued good health.

  404. Jason Houchins says:

    I’m relieved to hear you’re getting better and sadden to hear that. You’re the one who got me into ancient civilizations and our long term history. I hope all the best for you Graham in the following months. I look forward to your findings with ancient America, and have always loved your weekly research page’s.
    Much love from the US, Jason

  405. Galina says:

    Dear Graham
    So sorry to hear about your condition but same time happy you are still with us and hope you will be for many years ahead. Just want to say I had severe migraines for 17 years which appeared after my 3 weeks coma cause by car crash. It was my wake up call… All 17 years I was trying to get rid off of migraines. I tried everything traditional and non-traditional. At the same time I had strong call to Amazon. I didn’t understand why and was still trying to resolve my condition. Only after 17 years all come together and I founded Ayahuaska. Night before I go to an airport to fly to meet Madre she came to memy in my vision. I didn’t understand who is this old woman with face looks like tree bark and very compassion eyes… She has been with me every ceremony since. She taught me lessons and all of them was about FORGIVENESS ACCEPTANCE and LOVE. Before very last ceremony my migraine come to me in my vision. Again firstly I didn’t understand it. It was something looks very spooky: completely black face with long roots all over and very-very sad and unhappy eyes. It was so much grief in them. Only later I understood it was face of my migraine who has lot of roots grown in 17th years. It was part of me which has no love from me and I was trying get rid off of her every possible way and always pushed her away. In this moment so much love come to me for her.. She was very unhappy and sad..and it’s wasn’t even her fool. It’s take a few days to transfer unhappy face covered with roots to become shiny and happy. This very ceremony aya told me I don’t need anymore take substance. And I didn’t take and didn’t had migraines.. This is my story and my way to acceptance forgiveness and Love..
    All of us come to this world to learn only one lesson.. There are many variations of it but every one has one goal: to find that everything is Love. We can talk a lot more on this topic if you wish.. I know its probably very difficult in your weak condition. But you have my email now. Love and Light

  406. Fi says:

    Happy to hear you are doing well…and in the words from a very great film on the ‘human condition’ – “you’re a very naughty boy” ! (Life of Brian) – take it easy for a while…..but not too long !! best wishes and kind regards

  407. Peter Bolam says:

    Graham

    Sorry to learn that you have been slowed in your amazing contribution to mankind. It would appear already that you are emerging with renewed vigour and clarity of focus. I proudly possess all of your non-fiction works in hardback. You have stimulated great interest in me for years and the truth will out. Only recently have I digressed and obtained your 90’s book ‘Lord’s of Power’, it’s not just in the history of the world are we misled; somewhere rightly or wrongly in the back of my mind, I have a thought that you stated you would like to do something (perhaps with Santha in mind) to help women. If I am correct, when you are re-energised and have the time, there is an urgent need for another book in this regard similar to ‘Lord’s of Power’, then I would welcome the opportunity to discuss.

    May you go from strength to strength both in your recovery and all areas of work.

    Thanks and best wishes

    Peter

  408. Ivan Naranjo says:

    Mr. Hancock, Glad to know that you are doing better . I rarely write to people that I don’t personally know but I want to encourage you to ignore those that mean to wrong you verbally or otherwise. You’re work is too important to humanity. I have enjoyed your speeches and articles and hope that the education you provide continues for many years. Thank you and I wish you well in health and with your all important work.

  409. Darryl says:

    Get well soon, Mr. Hancock!! I am a huge fan of you and your work! Take care of yourself, and keep telling us the real stories of this planets past civilizations!! Thanks for everything, sir!!

  410. Debashis De says:

    Hello Graham,
    Sorry to hear what you went through. The world needs your light and alternative visions more than ever at the moment.
    Hope you are recovering, and that your projects continue…
    Best wishes
    Peace & Light

  411. Christos Tziotas says:

    Hope you will have a soon, quick and full recovery! Enjoy every day!

    Best wishes,
    Christos Tziotas
    Archaeologist from Norway

  412. John R. Williams says:

    Take it easy Mr. Hancock, and stick around for a while because I found the comet on the vulture stone a couple of months ago. It is directly above the top center ‘basket’ or ‘manpurse’. It runs contour to the back of the top center animal. It is the only time the pattern deviates.
    These people saw the electric stickman in the sky as a woman having a footling breech, as depicted at this site. There’s a neat little story here. Best wishes from Kansas.
    John R. Williams

  413. Timothy Brower says:

    Graham, thank you for this post and update on your health with the honesty and candour that is your trademark. You may have very well saved my life also, for I too am using sumatriptan, tablets and lozenges for severe migraines sometimes daily, for about 20 years now myself. Now I know better. As we follow our own paths to treatment and relief, I wish you total success, I know you will find it. Your reader, fan and friend. Tim

  414. Peter Bolam says:

    Graham

    Thought that a reminder of the following quotation by former US President Theodore Roosevelt, given your forthcoming ‘America’ book, might be appropriate and meaningful to both you and your myriad followers:

    ” It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; whose strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory or defeat.”

    Regards

    Peter

  415. Christian Delvaux says:

    Hi Graham,
    Happy to hear you passed through this unfortunate sequence of events.
    So now I know we not only sharing a great love for Ethiopia, we also share the migraines (CH I guess as per the sumatriptan) I have mine since 20 years but since I’m always on the road and didn’t like the “junkie” side of it I never used it…
    I hope everything will be fine and wish you the best with your new book.
    read you soon.
    Christian Delvaux

  416. jessica morris says:

    So shocked to hear that you went through such a trauma but what a miracle that you survived to tell the tale. You are here to spread your wisdom Graham, you are needed on this planet for some time yet.
    Wishing you a speedy recovery!
    Jess & Lyndon

  417. Kristopher Gabriel Snyder says:

    Bless you Graham. We LOVE you.

    Those “early comments” were definitely spammed by a small group. Aberrant from the usual commentary for sure, and I said as much at the time. I was there battling it… with my dissenting replies, and my own POSITIVE commentary. I used STRONG and well-written language to do so, and until now… I thought I had been banned by JRE comments, for my usual online assertions and/or language. ; )

    I wrote that I supposed the one “professor” guy had “students” trying to garner extra credit by thier shit-posting. It’s laughable, really, thier hate… and we know ultimately, it is misplaced.

    Your frustration was completely justified, and I shared it along with you, (You won, in fact.) although we see now it is not healthy to dwell with anger. We should focus on our HAPPINESS by feeling love and GRATITUDE… and that should be our way to combat… any defamation. I wonder if you do not represent another hingepoiont in a cosmic sense, in the battle of good v evil… and your righteous struggle took place on several levels.

    You are of infinite value to us. My degree is in Anthropological Archaeology, undergrad from UCSD. Archaeology IS and should be superior to History, simply, in that it’s the honest search for truth and knowledge. Any that fall short of employing the field in this manner, are not true archaeologists. We re-write History on the regular, by nature. It is a small and righteous brotherhood, and in this sense, Graham Hancock, you are a more veritable archaeologist than some who claim such title, obviously. No slouch in my own right, I hope that my support is of value to you, and that you take heart and health in knowing that it’s not just me, that you have an army beside you.

    CHEERS,

    Kristopher Gabriel Snyder

    USA

  418. Kristopher Gabriel Snyder says:

    Another note:

    I also get migraines. The aural sort, which is quite rare. Yes, migraines can cause scarring. I’ve mostly conquered them… where they used to be twice a week, down now to maybe twice a year.

    Of course, there are many TRIGGERS… including dehydration, and lack of sleep among the worst… but I find that MOOD is the greatest factor. Tinnitis too, shares this cause. Apparently, blood flow might be restricted by tension in the head/neck.

    Breathe.

    Remember to BREATHE… focus on deep breathing… and use a meditation technique.

  419. Matt Tollison says:

    Graham,

    So glad you are still here with us. Your travels and insights have been enlightening for me. I hope you heal and grow form this and I hope your detractors wake up and see the big picture that you have vividly painted for all of us.

    Regards,

    Matt Tollison

  420. Randy says:

    Graham,

    You are truly an inspiration to me and your courage and strength to question the mainstream archeological and scientific dogmas is greatly needed at this time.

    Take care and please don’t allow professional sceptics and so called professionals to discourage your quest for the truth of our history. Their arguments are falling apart daily and anyone with an open mind can see that they are hindering our species at this crucial period.

    We are praying and rooting for you and I can’t wait to read all your books yet to come!!! You are an amazing human being and Thank You for giving me a role model to look up to ever since I read Fingerprints of the Gods when I was 15.

    Much love and have a speedy recovery!
    Randy

  421. S.Orionis says:

    Dear Graham,

    Do not worry about conditioned humans.

    You are deeply loved.

    Be well,
    S.O.

  422. Sakina says:

    Thinking of you, Graham, hope you have a speedy recovery. In the meantime, perhaps consider getting your ‘daith’ pierced (ear, look it up), doesn’t work for everyone with migraine, but does for many, especially if you get it done on both sides.

    Best wishes and lots of good energy sent your way.

    Regards
    Sakina

  423. Elizabeth says:

    WOW I LISTENED TO YOUR TED TALK AND THE JREXPERIENCE. SO MUCH TO SAY, BUT IN SHORT, I HAVE ALWAYS HAD VERY VIVID DREAMS AND AS A CHILD COULD RECOGNIZE NEGATIVE ENERGY THAT WAS FOREIGN TO MY OWN OPTIMISTIC AND BRIGHT LITTLE MIND. UNFORTUNATELY MY MOTHER TURNED ME TO RELIGION BUT I NEVER RECEIVED ANSWERS. I THINK THIS CONSCIOUS BLOCK HAS DEEP DEEP ROOTS. I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A CONVERSATION WITH YOU BEFORE WE PASS ON EVEN IF THE LIKELIHOOD FOR ME IS SLIM DUE TO YOUR LARGE FOLLOWING AND MINIMAL FREE TIME. HEARING ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH THE AMNESIA AND YOUR NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCE HAS SPARKED A LOT OF CURIOSITY IN ME. I’M 24, WITH A BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN SCIENCE FOR HEALTH, BUT I’M A VERY FLEXIBLE MINDSET. I CALL MYSELF A PHILOSOPHER BECAUSE I WAS ALWAYS THE ONE IN CLASS TO RAISE THEIR HAND AND ASK THE ABSTRACT BUT RELEVANT QUESTIONS THAT WENT UNANSWERED. I ASK QUESTIONS EVERY DAY. SINCE I JUST DISCOVERED YOU AND THE KNOWLEDGE YOU ARE ALLOWING ME TO ACCESS, I PLAN TO READ YOUR LITERATURE AND TO SOME DAY MEET YOU. THANK YOU FOR FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT, EDUCATING THE IGNORANT AND FOR CONTINUING TO COMMUNICATE AFTER YOUR NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCE. THANK YOU FOR BEING BRAVE ENOUGH TO STAND FOR THE TRUTH AND FOR NOTICING THAT THERE ARE DEFINITELY NEGATIVITY TRENDS AND TROLLS OUT THERE SPREADING HATEFUL CULTURE. YOU HEAR THAT EVERY ACTION HAS AN EQUAL AND OPPOSITE REACTION IN THIS WORLD… COULD IT BE THE SAME FOR ENERGY?

  424. Gary Steven Bate says:

    Get well soon Graham. Your work is not done. For your blood and heart take Nattokinase.To eliminate your migraines once and for all contact Dr Samad Pakzad in France.I think you will find his work on a level agreeable to your own he is also a scientist that may be able to help you in more ways than you can presently imagine. I look forward to Costa Rica. Be careful. Nihil Sub Sole Novum .

  425. Michael Tawton says:

    Please get well Graham.

  426. Marie C Hulton says:

    Best wishes for a continued recovery. Your work must continue,it is so thought-provoking.
    I think you are correct in your opinions about mankind’s ancient history, it just rings true.
    Please do not take notice of the negative comments – many are added with malicious intent and just to deliberately “wind-up” people.

  427. John M Queripel says:

    Like the others here I am extremely glad you have got over this very unpleasant period. We do need people such as you who can elucidate the arguments with eloquence and detailed argument. In my view the underpinning of all arguments about a previous advanced civilisation is that many many artefacts large and small when studied from an engineering aspect unequivocally demonstrate a sophistication and technical ability often either extremely challenging, even with our modern techniques, or impossible without the invention of new engineering tools. This fact alone means the academics answer to our past is incorrect. If more of them had engineering degrees and practical experience I think we could move forward. Keep up the good work!

  428. Eddie Lin says:

    Hi Graham, this is Eddie. I have not heard from you for sometime. Missed our ayahuasca experience together. It saddens me to see you suffer. I hope you have recovered fully since this was announced. Take care my friend. Eddie

  429. Joe says:

    All of the best Graham, a speedy recovery to you and your family. Thanks for years of enlightenment, and I sincerely hope you will carry the torch for years to come!

  430. Denise Fearn says:

    Blessings for your complete healing. May Love surround you and your family now and always.
    With deepest gratitude and appreciation for the gifts of knowledge you share so generously with us.

  431. rivertamer 56 says:

    Stay strong brother we need you.

  432. rivertamer 56 says:

    Be strong,

  433. Sean Duffy says:

    Love you Graham, really happy to see you are okay 🙂

  434. Casey says:

    Hi Graham. Sorry to hear about everything but glad you are ok! Your writings are amazing and I hope you will be able to continue your extraordinary work as the world needs it. Thank you so much for everything you have taught me through your work and I hope you continue to recover well. Best wishes!

  435. Anastasia Hopkinson says:

    Dear. MR. Graham,
    Your recovery is a gift from the Divine forces that you honor so fully and bravely. Your research, investigation, and public exposition of findings is so important as we humans enter a new age, dominated by our own dominion.

    You have my best wishes for a full recovery.

    Anastasia

  436. joy Fire-Ruiz says:

    I just awakened to what happen to you. My Blessings for your recovery and family. I am holding you in a Crystal Light field. The Neurons in the brain can be charged and reopen. I have read most of your books and know, for me, You are and have been in your field such a Awakened and Conscious Writer, Artist, and a man whom has connected the necessary (Truths)
    in a field where intellects have been so afraid of facing what has gone on in this civilization before us. My continue gratitude
    and appreciation to an Incredible Human Being! A Being of Light!

  437. Diego Borges says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if what you experienced was deliberate weaponized chat bots, an example of which is the Twitter Microsoft chatbot that turned racist. Those aren’t reality, it seems that this comment section is though. Wishing you well.

  438. jose w gallo cruz, PT says:

    Finish your brilliant career work!!!! you inspired so many people including me!!!! Thank you for existing!!!!
    I hope you get well enough to gives your scientific inputs for a long long time!!! Go to Peru and visit the bodies they found whose DNA are not humans!!! The mummies Maria, ETC…

    GOD BLESS YOU

  439. Reader says:

    Graham,

    Glad to see so many people are cheering for you.
    Best regards and thank you for the great work and perseverance.

  440. Henry says:

    Hi!

    Get well soon and don’t let the trolls get under your skin.

    God bless you and your family!

  441. peter lagae says:

    Hello Dear Graham,

    I was really upset when I heard about your healthproblems.
    You’ve changed the way of my thinking when I first read “Fingerprints of the gods”.
    And you’ve been always been somehow a guidance through my life since that moment.
    For that I’m trully thankfull.
    You have inspired so many people with your studies, some of them I’m still questionmarking.
    But isn’t that the real issue to questionmark our believes.
    I have become a more spiritual person more in search of the real purpose of us humans and our destiny.

    Getter better soon and baffel us in the near future with more out of the box thinking.
    More and more researchers are following into your footsteps, be proud of that achievement.

    Best regards.
    Peter.

  442. kate Worth says:

    Graham, so glad your ok. Your work has changed how I view the world. You are inspirational, please continue to bring truth to the masses. Sorry to hear about your Migraines, I suffer to and they suck. The frequency of mine reduced significantly when I started taking Feverfew. Have you tried this herb?

  443. Marc Holloway says:

    Get well soon mate, we need people like you to open others eyes…

  444. Dean Krause says:

    Hello Graham. I’m a recent follower, nearly finished with “Fingerprints”. I went to Egypt in 1995 just a few days before Rabin was assassinated. It was a scary time to be in Egypt. If I had read your not yet existent book at the time, I would have taken more away from the trip, but I did get the distinct feeling that the Egypt-ologists just plain didn’t understand some things.Perhaps the product of over specialization. On your health incidents, I’d like to share that I have had a history of migraines, medication not helping so much. Several things for you to explore, if you haven’t already: simple chiropractic adjustment of two topmost cervical vertebrae, and food additives such as MSG. The latter, is ubiquitous in the USA, hiding behind many names and causing many untold health issues as a sort of neurotoxin. Chiropractic and avoiding food additives have made big changes in my quality of life. I hope I am helpful.

  445. Tom says:

    Dear Graham,

    When I heard that you were seriously unwell and that we might lose you, a sadness rushed over me. I am 34 years old and in all my life I can count on one hand the people that have educated, inspired and touched me in the way that you have. Besides yourself I count on this list: David Attenborough, Ray Mears, Noam Chomsky and my dad so I trust that you feel in safe company there!

    It saddens me that a handful of people in the comments section of Youtube had such a negative effect on you, and managed to undermine your confidence in the incredible contributions you have made in our understanding of the origins of our civilisation. You must understand that for every one of these these negative opinions there are a hundred or even a thousand people who fully support you? Try not to let the internet crush you.

    I have followed your work very closely for the last 10 years and watched the many hurdles that you have come up against and Let me say this- I don’t necessarily buy into all your arguments, and sometimes find myself agreeing with your opponents. BUT- more often I feel that your ideas make as much if not more sense than the mainstream model. More importantly however is this- where would we be without the heretic? Where would archaeology and our understanding of our past be without your challenges to the mainstream model? Where would the war on consciousness be without your contributions?

    We love you Graham, you are a brilliant man, beautifully articulate and not afraid to dream big. You are an inspiration to so many people. If you were not you, I would not be me.

    Keep fighting, we are rooting for you

    Tom

  446. PaleoSapiens says:

    Was introduced to your ideas through Joe Rogan’s interviews. A large part of them strike a resonance, ‘Domo Arigato’ for your efforts.

    It is a troubling and unfortunate side of human nature to denigrate and/or destroy what others have created (for whatever rationalization). Consider it part of the price and measure of fame. May it prove to ease, somewhat, the personal emotional toll for an enlightened and reasonable Man [Man is short for human, is plural by definition, therefore, encompasses men, women, and children; e.g. spokesman, crewman, fisherman, etc.].

    Best wishes for you and your family.

  447. Pierre Adler says:

    Dear Graham,
    I was shocked to learn of your seizures.
    Wishing you full recovery.
    Your work is very important, but do take it somewhat easy.
    I sympathize very much with the way the hatred directed at you after that radio show has affected you. I suggest, if I may, that you henceforth avoid those situations. Videos posted on YouTube with closed comment section or with a moderator hired to edit the comments, lectures, talks, yes; but radio shows or television appearances, no. It isn’t worth it. The books you write are much important than these public appearances. Not only will they last, but they also lend themselves to reflection on what you have to say much more than situation and time bound media presence.
    Looking forward to the book on America.
    Take good care of yourself and be well.
    Pierre

  448. Rob says:

    WOW! This was/is a shock to me.
    Graham. i feel as if i know you, on a personal level, through your work.
    The first book i purchased, authored by you, was The Sign and The Seal. I couldn’t put it down. It had such a profound effect on me and literally changed my life. I’ve tried to purchase every book you have written since… and the latest, Magicians of the Gods, was exceptional and brilliant. I can’t praise your research/writing/logic enough. I actively seek your podcasts/interviews every chance i get.
    Upon reading in a comment section on a youtube video about Gunung Padang, i came to learn of your affliction.
    My heart was racing trying to get to your site. I am so relieved to hear of your continued recovery… and my thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
    I lost my father late, last year… so i know the horror of what they were experiencing.
    Bless you all.
    I look forward to your new book about North America.

  449. Rikki Adams says:

    Hi graham, really wasn’t sure what i was about to read, relieved your on the mend and i share strength with you on the road to recovery -( no sneaky driving now! )
    Youve inspired me over my discovery into my passion for the real history beyhond what we are told. Keep pushing mate!

  450. tony foxley says:

    you’re going to be okay because I said so 🙂 !

  451. Bill says:

    Fan mail is not me but sometimes you have to speak up. I heard of your close call yesterday.

    I have followed your work since Sign and the Seal and admired you for it. How are we to progress if people like you and your like-minded colleagues don’t challenge us with new ideas about us and where we come from?

    God bless you with good health.

  452. Susan says:

    Mr. Hancock,
    So glad you have not exited this plane just yet. “Fingerprints of the Gods” changed my life, woke me up, and pointed me in a direction toward truth that I might have missed were it not for your work. Thank you.
    If your research brings you to northeast Washington again, you are welcome in my home on the Columbia River.
    Eagerly awaiting your next book.
    Susan
    Blessings to you and your family

  453. Sam says:

    GRAHAM HANCOCK FOR PRESIDENT

  454. Monique says:

    Excellent that you are alive and nearly well again. I happened upon this the other day with regard to migraine treatments: https://iono.fm/e/471278

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