Graham Hancock

The Supernatural World of Graham Hancock

BY GLENN KREISBERG

Editor’s Caveat: In the following interview, author Graham Hancock makes a number of arguments about the re­ality of the invisible world and the strategies which have been employed by some to gain access to these realms. Re­garding the use of chemicals, drugs, or so-called natural psychoactive plant extracts, to achieve the desired spiritual awakening (what some reductionists have termed ‘altered states of consciousness’), we would like to make a couple points. Atlantis Rising does not endorse any such technique, in fact, we strenuously object. We…

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CPAK TO HOST WEST, SCHOCH, HANCOCK & BAUVAL IN SAN DIEGO The four researchers who, in the mid 90s, shook up the public and academia with powerful challenges to convention­al theories of civilized origins, will make a rare joint appearance this fall in San Diego. John Anthony West, Robert Schoch, Graham Hancock, and Robert Bauval will all be present at the CPAK conference on the campus of the Uni­versity of California at San Diego on the weekend of October 6-7. In 1994 West and Schoch…

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CAMBAY CIVILIZATION IS OLDEST YET DISCOVERED The once lost civilization at the bottom of India’s Gulf of Cambay is yielding more secrets to researchers and provid­ing new support for the authenticity of global flood myths. Now a new report from the chief geologist with the organization which has been investigating the region has drawn some startling conclusions about the age and advancement of a previously unknown prediluvian society which could be the oldest yet discovered. The term ‘prediluvian’ refers to a time predating the deluge…

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SATELLITE PICS REVEAL STRANGE GRID IN BAHAMAS The mystery of the Bahamas and their lost ancient heritage continues to grow, and despite all attempts by establish­ment science to dismiss the topic it persists. Recently Angela Micol of the web site SatelliteDiscoveries.com has identified another remarkable anomaly in the area. A Landsat visible image of the region to the East of Cay Sal Bank shows a large gridded pattern which seems to defy any attempt at natural explanation. According to Micol, Archaeologist Bill Donato is planning…

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LOST CIVILIZATION IN THE PERSIAN GULF? In his book Underworld (2002), researcher Graham Hancock suggested that the long-sought evidence for antediluvi­an civilization (commonly thought of as Atlantis, though, in all likelihood, something much more far flung than any single place) could be found in the coastal regions of the major continents which are now under water. Thousands of years ago, they were not. One of the areas Hancock singled out as a possible source of the early civilizations of Meso­potamia was the Persian Gulf. Now…

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The Lost Symbol and I

by Michael A. Cremo

Simon Cox is an interesting man. For a long time he was a researcher for some of the leading authors in the alterna­tive history field, like Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval. More recently, he has become a best-selling author him­self. His latest book is called Decoding the Lost Symbol. It is a reader’s guide to the names and places and ideas men­tioned by Dan Brown in his latest novel, The Lost Symbol. Previously, Simon wrote a similar book called Cracking the Da Vinci Code, about…

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The Long and Short of Yuga Cycles

By Michael A. Cremo

Sedona, Arizona, is one of my favorite places. Coming there from Phoenix, you cross dry brown plains and hills, and then you suddenly enter into the mysteriously beautiful red rock buttes and canyons of Sedona. I first visited Sedona in the late 1960s, on a journey from the East Coast of the United States to California. I stayed for a couple of days at a small Catholic church. The priest sometimes allowed traveling young people like me to stay a couple of days in exchange…

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The Red Crag Carved Shell: Found and Lost

By Michael Cremo

In February 11, 2010, I flew into Dubai to attend the second International Conference for Ancient Studies, where I gave a lecture titled “Forbidden Archaeology: Archaeological Evidence for the Extreme Antiquity of Humans and Hu­man Civilization.” Some of the other speakers at the conference were Robert Bauval (The Orion Mystery), Graham Hancock (Fingerprints of the Gods), Robert Schoch (Voyages of the Pyramid Builders), John Major Jenkins (Unlock­ing the Secrets of 2012), and Andrew Collins (Beneath the Pyramids), among others. It was great meeting up with…

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Rama’s Bridge

By Dr. Rita Louise

Historians, archaeologists and researchers into our distant past insist that civilized life began on the Earth about five thousand years ago. They point to an absence of hard evidence supporting the existence of a preexisting culture prior to the rise of the Sumerians and the Egyptians, and despite recently discovered ruins of advanced construction at Turkey’s Gobeckli Tepe dating to over twelve thousand years ago. When alternative historians such as John Anthony West, Robert Schoch, and Graham Hancock propose that structures on the Giza plateau…

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The Place that Mocks Science

By Stephen Robbins, Ph.D.

Twelve miles south of Lake Titicaca, the ruins of the ancient of city of Tiahuanaco speak in eloquent silence. Due to the alignments of the city’s massive observatory, the Kalasasaya, the archeoastronomer Rolf Müller argued that the city had been constructed in 15,000 B.C. Its massive stone docks are ringed with ocean fossils. The city was a seaport. It rests today, miles from any water, let alone the sea, on an Andean plateau, 13,300 feet above sea level. Archaeolo­gists vaguely wonder how and why the…

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