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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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4 years ago
Graham Hancock
I'm pleased to welcome David Solomon, our new author of the month. David has been diagnosed with stage IV glioma (GBM), a very rare, aggressive form of terminal brain cancer and his new book, Dead Saints Chronicles is a race against time to fathom the mystery of the Near Death Experience. Read his article (https://grahamhancock.com/solomonwest1/), co-authored by the great John Anthony West, and p
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4 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thanks for being such a thought-provoking author of the month, David! Look forward to having you back again before too long. Warmest wishes Graham
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
It is my pleasure to welcome back the excellent David Mathisen as our featured author for March 2016. David is a master of his subject and has deep and thought-provoking knowledge to share. Take advantage of his time here!! Warmest wishes Graham
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Michael Sanders was working as the vice president of an advertising agency and the co-founder of a separate start-up in the gaming industry, but felt he was just going through the motions. Then he met Ayahuasca. Welcome to Michael Sanders, our author of the month for February 2016. You can join in discussions with him on this page throughout February and his article is here:
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Julian Palmer is our author of the month for January 2016, bringing us some intriguing thoughts on the role of psychedelics is the urgent task of re-enchanting the Western mind. Welcome Julian and Happy New Year to all! Graham
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thanks Hugh and Jim and welcome back to Freddy Silva. Looking forward to an interesting month! Warmest wishes Graham
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
It's my pleasure to thank Ted Loukes for his participation here during October and to welcome Hugh Newman and Jim Vieira as our featured authors for November. The subject is giants... not a subject that I personally have investigated, I suppose because the physical size of a person has always seemed to me a much less interesting characteristic than the intellectual and spiritual work done by that
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many thanks, Edmond, for an interesting month and welcome to Ted Loukes our featured author for October 2015 with a new take on the mystery of Moses and Akhanateen.
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Our featured author this month is Edmond Furter, with an intriguing thesis on cave art. Welcome Edmond! Graham
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many thanks, Gary, for an excellent month. Your insights and investigations are always welcome here. Warmest wishes Graham
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
It's my great pleasure to welcome back Gary David as our author of the month for August 2015. Nice to have you with us again Gary and I am looking forward very much too the discussions. Warm personal regards Graham
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thanks for being with us this month Jason. Much appreciated! Good luck with the book. Warmest wishes Graham
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6 years ago
Graham Hancock
5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many thanks to Michael MacRae for an excellent and fascinating month of June as our featured author. It is now my pleasure to welcome back Jason Gregory, who is our author of the month for July. Warmest wishes Graham
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many thanks to Edward Nightingale for being a terrific author of the month for May 2015 and welcome to Michael MacRae, our author of the month for June 2015 with a completely new take on the story of Odysseus.
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome to Ed Nightingale We've had several discussions over the years about your interesting and important work, and I'm glad to see it now showcased here: Many in our Message Board community are very knowledgeable about the Pyramids of Giza and I'm confident we're going to see some interesting discussions around your ideas. Warmest wishes Graham Post Edited (01-May-15 15:03)
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thanks so much, Kevin, you've worked hard to respond to comments, and to share your interesting research, and the result has been some very lively, interesting and informative discussions. Very much appreciate that you joined us. Wishing you every success with your book "Fall of a Thousand Suns". Warmest wishes Graham
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
The issue of the Younger Dryas Comet is set to change our understanding of prehistory forever. I have investigated the matter in depth for my book 'Magicians of the Gods' which is now in production and will be published in September. Meanwhile I am pleased to welcome Kevin Curran as our featured author for April with his excellent study of the role of comets in our past -- and future. Looking for
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5 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thank you Scott. Well done as ever! Wishing you joy with the book. Warmest Graham
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6 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome Scott Good to feature your work again. You're a regular here so you know the ropes!I'm sure the discussions will be of the greatest interest. Warmest wishes Graham
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6 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thank you Sergey for a very interesting and active month. You've worked hard to interact with our community here and I appreciate the effort you made and the input of your extremely interesting ideas. Wishing you joy on your path. Grahgam
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6 years ago
Graham Hancock
I am pleased to welcome Sergey Baranov as our featured author for February 2015. Those who follow our Articles page will already know Sergey as a regular columnist and contributor. His new book, The Path, is highly recommended and he offers an introductory article recounting a pivotal but harrowing experience on his journey on the shamanic path when peyote saved his life in Mexico: Welcome Ser
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6 years ago
Graham Hancock
I'm pleased to welcome Ahmed Osman, the renowned researcher and investigator of the ancient mysteries of Egypt, as our featured author for January 2015. His new book, The Lost City of the Exodus, reframes and sheds new light on the Israelite Exodus using Egyptian source material to re-examine Bible chronology of the account. You can read Ahmed's article outlining some of the themes of the book h
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6 years ago
Graham Hancock
Welcome, Paul, as our featured author for December 2014 I think you have a unique perspective on Stonehenge and its connections to Orion and I look forward to seeing how our intelligent, open-minded, well-informed community reacts to what you've offered. Warmest wishes Graham
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