Graham Hancock at Tiahuanaco, Bolivia. Photo by Santha Faiia

Here are a couple of different interviews with me that give a good introductory overview to many different aspects of my work and thinking. The print interview is with New Dawn, and the Youtube interview is with Dark Journalist. Both interviewers asked good questions.

(1) Print:

(2) Youtube:

3 thoughts on “Interviews…”

  1. Wiegand says:

    The use of hollow core slabs elements enables rapid construction
    Are these pre-produced parts for use
    on other planets?
    Is there a clean Holiday planet inside
    the Milky Way?
    And we were only the suppliers?
    Very strange this place!
    Here is an example of modern production:

    best wishes from Germany:

  2. Rocky says:

    I have watched some interviews with you on youtube recently and what was very interesting for me was that you mentioned Hamlets Mill which I am currently reading.
    In Whitley Striebers book “The Key” he has an encounter with someone who gives him information on Ice Ages happening overnight which then led Strieber to search the fossil records and write a book which led to the movie “the day after tomorrow”.
    But he went on to say that there is a riddle in Hamlet’s Mill that when solved will give the exact time when we will be faced with a Global Cataclysm that will bring about extinction level events for humanity and hinted it will happen this century.

  3. Guy says:

    Greetings Graham, and thank you for your efforts over the years.

    I have been thinking about your coverage of the sacred geometry and the “band” of megalithic sites forming a diameter around the earth. While the axis of physical rotation (the equator as we know it) is the most obvious place to look, perhaps there is a more esoteric meaning to the band of megalithic sites.

    Esoteric societies through antiquity show an apparent preoccupation with light and electromagnetism. Have you considered investigating the orientation of the magnetic equator during different time periods, perhaps beginning around the 11th millenium BC? Currently the magnetic equator is offset to the rotational axis by close to 10 degrees, but in recent history has been as much as 20 degrees. The axis is not constant and changes, perhaps even reversing polarity over long time periods. That may make it an unlikely candidate, though it may be feasible to test the theory for those that are so inclined. The ferromagnetic particles in volcanic rock will align with the local magnetic field lines as they cool. Collecting multiple samples at the same geologic period in different areas might reveal the orientation of that era.

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