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9 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many many thanks to Antoine Gigal for such an interesting month as our featured author. You have helped to give us all a better understanding of the real issues at Giza, handled the occasional trolls who visit here with style, and set a high standard of posting and responses. We're grateful to you for sharing your time with us and hope you will revisit these boards in the future. Welcome to Ja
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9 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thanks and appreciation to Jason Gregory for being such an excellent and pro-active author of the month. Your contributions, your ideas and the extent of your engagement with our community have been refreshing. Good luck with the book! Welcome to Antoine Gigal, who is going to share her great work at Giza with us this month. I first met Antoine earlier this year at the Megalithomania conference
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9 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many thanks to Thomas Brophy and Robert Bauval for a most informative month as our featured authors. It is always a pleasure to see your excellent work here. Welcome to Jason Gregory, our featured author for June 2011. Jason first approached me through this site to take a look at his interesting and thought-provoking book and I was most impressed with the clarity of his thinking and the focus of
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9 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many thanks to Manjir Samanta-Laughton for an interesting and stimulating month as our featured author. Welcome to my old friend and companion in arms Robert Bauval and his co-author Thomas Brophy who are our authors of the month for May 2011 and who are joining us to discuss their exciting and important new book BLACK GENESIS. Warm best wishes Graham
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Huge thanks to Ed Nightingale for sharing his extraordinary work with us and for being so patient and generous in responding to the many points that have been raised here. You've give us all a great deal to think about, Ed, and thank you for being such a wonderful and giving author of the month. Welcome to Manjir Samanta-Laughton who I met last year at the 2012 Tipping Point conference in Cancun
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Don Your approach to Ed here is rude, unpleasant and unkind. Enter these discussions in a constructive spirit or don't enter them at all. I particularly object to you accusing Ed, who is a real gentleman, of "double speak". This sort of inflammatory and accusatory language is unnecessary and uncalled for. Criticise the theory all you like, but mind your manners please. Graham
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many many thanks to Nassim Haramein for being our author of the month for February 2011. Nassim, I know you have been very busy so I'm grateful that you took the time to engage with our community here. I understand you plan to make a closing statement and answer a few of the remaining open questions today. Once again, many thanks and good wishes for your important work. Welcome to Edward Nighti
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Nassim Once again welcome as our author of the month for February. I really appreciate your well considered, thought-provoking posts and responses. Thanks for being so generous with your time. You and I share a common interest in the Ark of the Covenant. As you know I explored some of its more "technological" aspects, and some of the evidence that it may be -- or contain -- a power
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many thanks to Professor Joscelyn Godwin for being our author of the month for January 2011. It's been an honour and a privilege to have you with us and your erudite and thoughtful comments have, I know, been appreciated by all. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and your time with us here. Welcome to Nassim Haramein our author of the month for February 2011. Your exciting and interesting idea
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
See here: Author: Graham Hancock (90.193.110.200) Date: 28-Jan-09 17:22 Archae Solenhofen wrote: "I am still waiting for you to provide the quote from GH to the admission that the claims made about the block sizes in the walls of Khafre's Valley temple were in error. Can you provide this please?" ************** Dear Archae, The way you’re approaching this smacks of the Inquis
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
I am pleased and honoured to welcome Professor Joscelyn Godwin as our author of the month for January 2011. His subject -- Atlantis and the Cycles of Time -- will, I know, be of great interest to many here. I look forward to the discussions. Happy New Year to all! Graham
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Many thanks and much appreciation to Lucy Wyatt for the interesting contributions and discussions during her time with us as author of the month for November 2010. Please do continue to be a regular poster here, Lucy -- your input is valued. Welcome to Chris Carter, our new featured author for December. Chris -- your subject is one of great interest to me and I shall look forward to the discussi
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thanks and appreciation to Joseph Selbie and David Steinmetz for joining us as authors of the month for October 2010. The discussions have been intelligent and thought-provoking. Our author of the month for November 2010 is Lucy Wyatt who presents the thesis of her wonderful new book Approaching Chaos. I hope members will join me in welcoming Lucy to these boards -- and please do join in the dis
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
First of all apologies for the late posting of this note. I am on a book tour in the United States, rushing from city to city and finding it hard to get to my computer! Very many thanks to Brien Foerster for his excellent work as our author of the month for September 2010. I am sure all here have appreciated, as I have, his great energy and knowledge and his generosity in sharing his time, exper
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thanks to Evan Pritchard for his month with us as featured author. Much appreciation for your erudition, courtesy and informative and helpful posts. Welcome to Brian Foerster, our featured author for September. I highly recommend Brien's book, "A Brief History of the Incas" as the place to begin for anyone with an interest in the Incas and in the astonishing story of their overthrow by
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Borris/ Keri Many thanks for your kind comments about Entangled. Really appreciate you took the time to write. I definitely think fiction is the way forward for me. So much more freedom to explore extraordinary ideas! Once again, thanks. Best wishes Graham
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
I'm pleased and honoured to welcome Evan Pritchard as our author of the month for August 2010. Evan is a descendant of the Micmac people (part of the Algonquin nations) and is the founder of The Center for Algonquin Culture. He has taught Native American studies at Marist and Vassar Colleges, and Pace University, and is a former Professor of Native American history at Marist College in Poughkeeps
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Following the abrupt departure of our previously scheduled author of the month for July, it is my pleasure to welcome Duncan Laurie who kindly made himself available at short notice. Duncan's book The Secret Art is previewed in an extensive article that he has written for this site -- see here: . In brief The Secret Art explores a little known healing technology, Radionics, that employs inten
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Following concerns raised by posters on this board, Frank Joseph has decided not to go ahead as author of the month for July. Best wishes Graham
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Dear Flavio, I'm pleased and honoured that you are joining us as author of the month for June 2010. Visitors here may not know about your earlier pioneering (1974) work Una Civilta sotto Ghiaccio (A Civilisation Under the Ice) which proposed for the first time that the remains of a lost civilisation may lie under the ice of Antarctica.You also kindly contributed an article to this website in 200
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Dear Harry and Steve Thank you for being our authors of the month for May 2010. You have given your time generously, posted at length and in detail, and stimulated a great deal of interesting discussion. We very much welcomed your presence here and please do continue to visit our message boards. Warm best wishes Graham Hancock
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thank you too! Appreciate your kindness. Best wishes Graham
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Elizabeth You ask: "if we are in fact encountering beings from another dimension, or other dimensions for that matter, when we go through these shamanistic practices,then aren't we in fact crossing over the barrier into those dimensions through consciousness? and if we are then wouldn't it be safe to assume that these entities we encounter, which seem to have been waiting for us to get t
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
First of all, thank you to all who have posted during my own stint as author of the month. I greatly appreciate the ideas, the discussions and the encouragement. I hope I have managed to respond to everyone, but if any post has been missed please remind me here and I will try to get to it. Now I would like to welcome Harry Sivertsen and Steve Redman as our authors of the month for May 2010. The
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Obsolete I agree with you. The whole DNA mystery is utterly mind-boggling. And behind it lies the deeper mystery and magic of life. I think your suggestion of a universal template underlying all DNA-based activity -- and particularly, I may add, "sudden" and "dramatic" evolutionary changes -- makes a great deal of sense. Best wishes Graham
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Thank you Karen! Greatly appreciated. Best wishes Graham
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Michael and Sally Thank you both for your encouragement. I means a lot to me. Michael, you asked: "Are there any books that you have read that you not only enjoyed but have helped you with your quest ?" Goodness. There have been many. So many. One day I mean to sit down and prepare a list of all the books that inspired me and helped me on my way. I think I'll have to leave it
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Michael Interesting thoughts, thank you. I suspect that consciousness is a fundamental force of the universe and that material life, in which consciousness may choose to immerse itself, is likely to appear on any planet that can possibly support it. Both panspermia, and directed panspermia make a lot of sense to me. And when we learn more we will find we are intimately related to a web of
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Martin So glad you are enjoying Entangled so far. You ask: "the landscapes/visions and their inhabitants are ones you've personally experienced in your Ayahuasca sessions?" Very much so, yes. And variations on those tweaked by my imagination to work in the contexts I describe. I'm coming more and more to realise that the imagination, too, is a sense organ -- fundamental to how we
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10 years ago
Graham Hancock
Hi Rick Thank you for ordering Entangled! Hope you enjoy. When you've read it please post here to let me know what you think of it. Best wishes Graham
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