There is one affair that wonders me. It is Grahams rejection of the "Gods", being aliens.
He obviuously is of the opinion that they are humans, but on a technological level far higher than most of humanity, who were put back to stonage as a result of the Younger Dryas impact.
The reason for me to bring inaliens is as follows:
Origin of Life is unknown. We know with a high degree of certainty that Life can not arise as a random coincidence, and thus is always a result of a mind and an action.
Besides; we can not provide for the water on Earth, nor for the oxygen. (Speculation…yes…plenty)
Besides; Earth is protected by electromagnetic forces, in addition to the atmosphere and ozon layer.
All this is merely coincidence.
It is therefore highly relevant to suggest that Earth is designed for sustaining Life. As all religion is familiar with.
IF this should be so, one must expect "them" to frequently return to Earth, to see how things are going.
And if we look for these encounters they are there. As a red thread through our history. From the Annunaki and to present.
These "Gods" must be on a level above us, as we are above apes… or desslike. Around the world, the mythology deals with these Gods, clearly separated from man child.
Especially when we know how much these Gods were connected to the stars, as in Egypt, it must be clearly a better suggestion to regard them as aliens, than remnants of a destroyd humanity.