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2 years ago
Graham Hancock
Oral histories maintain that the Hopi have survived three world-ages, each destroyed by the chaos inflicted on Earth by Sky and base acts of humankind. Welcome to my friend Gary David, our author of the month for April 2018, whose multidisciplinary investigation into the Journey of the Serpent People contextualises Native American ‘pre’-history and maps its course through ‘Old World’ territory
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2 years ago
Graham Hancock
During which periods of history the Americas have been peopled and by whom is an alluring mystery of depth and discordance. Welcome to AoM for March, Jason Jarrell, whose co-authorship with Sarah Farmer offers some intriguing answers to to the 'New World' enigma. Check out the AoM article here:
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2 years ago
Graham Hancock
Warmly welcoming our Author of the Month for February, David Anderson, and his excellent book, Hongshan Jade Treasures: Especially curious is David's contribution to the swelling evidential trail of the YD impact hypothesis. An intriguing read with beautiful images. Enjoy! Graham
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2 years ago
Graham Hancock
Psychedelics were revered by ancient cultures and used to explore and expand the higher realm that we call Consciousness. Welcome to our first AoM of 2018, P.D Newman, whose reinterpretation of Masonic symbolism brings us a step closer to reconnecting with the higher wisdom teachings of cultures in deep antiquity. Happy New Year!
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2 years ago
Graham Hancock
As the Consciousness Revolution unfolds, a complex web of patterns, connections and influences in the human story are being revealed. Welcome to our final AoM of 2017, RN Vooght, whose research reintroduces us to omnipresent Osiris, the divinity immanent in humanity. Warm best wishes Graham
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2 years ago
Graham Hancock
Fundamental to the Consciousness Revolution is the bridging of modern science with ancient wisdom traditions. Welcome to our Author of the Month for November 2017, Jude Currivan, whose 'Cosmic Hologram' draws on laws of quantum mechanics to see consciousness as what we and the Universe are. And at a personal level, too, welcome Jude! It's a long time since we last met. Great respect for your
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2 years ago
Graham Hancock
Despite the concerted effort made to stick to a uniformitarian stance on geological history, evidence of a catastrophist past is mounting. Welcome to our Author of the Month for October 2017, Michael Jaye, whose book reveals new evidence of the flood catastrophe in deep antiquity. Warm best wishes to all Graham
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
Rachel Harris has written an important new book, "Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD and Anxiety". She has much of great value to share with this community and we are honoured to host her work here. Rachel's Introductory essay can be read via this link:
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
Despite their dramatic journey through the ages and a concerted effort to destroy all knowledge of mankind’s most ancient past, Sumerian symbols have begun to yield their secrets. Welcome to Madeleine Daines, our author of the month for August 2017, with her investigation of symbols from ancient Sumer that might shed light on the mysteries of the Pyramids. Her new book, introduced here offers evi
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many thanks to Stephen Gray, our author of the month for July 2017, for being so generous with his time and so proactive in floating fascinating ideas for discussion.
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
John was a good man, and a brilliant researcher unfairly maligned by academic so-called “skeptics” who completely, and in most cases deliberately, misunderstood and misrepresented his work. In getting to grips with the mystery of the Mayan calendar, it is only the astronomy that counts – and naked-eye astronomy at that. We are not talking about radio telescopes or astrophysics here. “With reg
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome Stephen! Your book is excellent and I'm looking forward to some thought-provoking discussions here. Thank you so much for joining us. Cannabis, one of the most controversial organisms to modern humankind, is also one of the most materially and non-materially productive plants on Earth. Stephen Gray’s work (see here for an overview: ) combines ancient ideas with contemporary medica
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
I agreed to write the Foreword to "The Forgotten Exodus" because it is my strong intuition that Bruce Fenton is onto something of great importance with this new book. It's a hot topic and some will perhaps find it too politically incorrect for their taste, but that should never deter free inquiry into the mysteries of the human past. Bruce will be answering questions and engaging in deb
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
I'm travelling, and must apologise for this belated welcome to medical doctor Joe Tafur, our featured author for May 2017, with his fascinating exploration of traditional plant medicine: Joe -- it's an honour and a pleasure to have you here with us and I wish you every success with your important new book. Warm best wishes Graham
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
Gnosticism as the "red pill"? Read the thought provoking essay. "The Return of the Gnostics" by our author of the month for April, Miguel Conner, who it is my pleasure to welcome here: Looking forward to some interesting discussions! Warmest wishes Graham
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome to Gordon White, our featured author for March, with an intriguing investigation of the deep past of humanity: Warm best wishes Graham
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
I visited Mount Shasta for the first time last year and I will be returning this year. Amazing, deeply mysterious and powerfully energetic place. I therefore have great pleasure in welcoming Dustin Naef as our featured author for February 2017, with his intriguing and highly recommended book "Mount Shasta's Forgotten History & Legends". Here is Dustin's article, specially written fo
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
This is to welcome Tom Bunzel, our featured author for January 2017 with his intriguing investigation into DNA. You can read his article here: Happy New Year to all! Graham
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
Materialist science, the new religion of the modern age, claims that an alive and conscious human is as cosmically significant as a takeaway coffee cup. I'm pleased to welcome Gonzalo Bénard, our author of the month for December 2016, with his antidote to materialist ideology:
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Sally, thank you for your thoughts. Yes I know the violence in Entangled is a tough and repellent read. Believe me it was a tough write too! But none of the horrors described there were made up. I'm sorry to say that these are all things that human beings have done to one another in different places at different periods of history. If we are to confront evil and darkness it is important we bri
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
Unfortunately Entangled fell foul of its UK publishers (the main publishers), Random House, who didn't support it after my editor left. In fact the new people who took it over seemed to hate it!! I couldn't bear working with them and cancelled the contract for Vol 2 and repaid the advance. Then I went with my old editor in his new publishing house but for a number of reasons we couldn't immediate
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
It is with great pleasure that we welcome Brian Taylor, our Author of the Month for November, and his poignant study on the holistic nature of the universe, of history, and on the human potential to end the consciousness-manipulation of monotheism and the current World Order: Welcome Brian. Looking forward to the discussions! Warm best wishes Graham
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
You make excellent points here, Carl. Much food for thought. And in my view you are absolutely right -- understanding what psychedelics do and the proper performance of archaeology are indeed closely related. Apart from a notable few individuals whose minds appear to be open, psychedelics represent a profound blind spot for archaeologists, even though their use was integral to so many ancient cul
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3 years ago
Graham Hancock
Our featured author, Carl Johan Calleman, will be online with us to respond to queries and engage in discussions. His article is here: Welcome, Carl. Looking forward to an interesting month. Warm best wishes Graham
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4 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome Alex! I know you've been away at Burning Man but hopefully you are back now and rested and ready to engage here. We're looking forward to the discussions around your very important book! Warmest wishes Graham
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4 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome to David Thomas Schumann, our author of the month for August 2016 QUOTE "The world now has more than 250,000 tons of nuclear spent-fuel stored poorly for the tests of time, human error, and Earth forces." END QUOTE Read the rest of the linked article here: . It's based on David Schumann's important new book: 'Living With Radiation Heal and Protect: A Nuclear World
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4 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome to Jonathan Meader and Barbara Demeter, our Authors of the Month for July. Read their presentation based on the newly abridged version of their much revered and simply stunning book, Ancient Egyptian Symbols: 50 New Discoveries:
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4 years ago
Graham Hancock
Sorry, Richard, I am on the road and quite a bit off the beaten track in the US,so I've had limited access to wi-fi. Hence this late welcome! Glad to see you have already started posting and engaging with our large and diverse community. Onward and upward, Graham
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4 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome to Roan Kaufman, our author of the month for May 2016, with a fascinating study of the role of Ayahuasca as an agent of constructive social change. His book "Ayagogy" proposes, and demonstrates, that ayahuasca ceremonies can provide healing for individuals and help collective humankind on all levels to find self-determination. Warmest wishes to all Graham
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4 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thank you John, for this moving and thought-provoking tribute. David Solomon seems to have been a remarkable man and we're honoured that his last discussions and engagement with these ideas were here. Warmest wishes Graham
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