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This sunset view of Angkor Wat is Amazing!
- Siem Reap Cambodia
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🌐Great view of the central temple: goo.gl/AkC2uA
• At over 162 hectares, this 12th century khmer temple is said to be the largest religious monument in the world. The vast scale is easiest imagined while viewing this image.
• The outer wall is 1,024 m long by 802 m wide and 4.5 m high. Surrounding the complex is a 190 m wide mote. Below us in this image is a sandstone causeway, likely a later addition to replace a once wooden bridge.
• This temple complex is laid out towards the West, unlike other Khmer temples. Ceremonies would have been performed in reverse here in what is a representation of Mount Meru. A container which may have been a funerary jar which was recovered from the central tower, offering the suggestion this was all built in honor of someone. If this were to be true, it amounts to the greatest expenditure of for any burial, ever; that is assuming that the Great Pyramid of Giza was not built for a burial.

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This sunset view of Angkor Wat is Amazing!
- Siem Reap Cambodia
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🌐Great view of the central temple: goo.gl/AkC2uA
• At over 162 hectares, this 12th century khmer temple is said to be the largest religious monument in the world. The vast scale is easiest imagined while viewing this image.
• The outer wall is 1,024 m long by 802 m wide and 4.5 m high. Surrounding the complex is a 190 m wide mote. Below us in this image is a sandstone causeway, likely a later addition to replace a once wooden bridge.
• This temple complex is laid out towards the West, unlike other Khmer temples. Ceremonies would have been performed in reverse here in what is a representation of Mount Meru. A container which may have been a funerary jar which was recovered from the central tower, offering the suggestion this was all built in honor of someone. If this were to be true, it amounts to the greatest expenditure of for any burial, ever; that is assuming that the Great Pyramid of Giza was not built for a burial.

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Colossal statue of Ramses the Great
- Court of Ramses II, Luxor Temple
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Colossal statue of Ramses the Great
- Court of Ramses II, Luxor Temple
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Sandra BeckHave visited Luxor! Amazing!

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Hazel WillinghamAwesome x

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Madeline BrownBeen there would go back fabulous

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Carie BilyeuAbsolutely amazing. Love it!

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Archaeologists in Germany have discovered a 9.7 million-year-old set of fossilised teeth they say could trigger the “rewriting" of human history. The dental remains were found by scientists sifting through gravel and sand in a former bed of the Rhine river near the town of Eppelsheim. They resemble…

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Eddie MedinaGraham where in Peru may I find a trusted ayahuasca retreat. Not to familiar with South America and would like to know if possible the trusted retreats that are authentic and not a sham. My trip will involve going to a few of these older cities that you have spoken about. If possible maybe attach a link on your page.

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Jeroen KoesmanWhat is kind a thing , a teeth or something else ? Why re -writing history? The bible gives you al the answers !

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Gary Sophie PilkingtonThe part that shouldn’t be overlooked here is that after the discovery, they held off releasing the findings for a year. Just makes you wonder how many other discoveries have been withheld, perhaps indefinitely!

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Tanny AhmetWhy do we seem to think that we came from one place, one precise point on earth? Why is it not possible that hominids evolved simultaneously all over the earth? Some places may have evolved sooner than others.

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Karl DulleLOL Evolving from apes is already pretty much been trashed. Aliens brought us here, and bred with us as well. I laugh when religius scholars and scientists claim they know anything at all. Because what they believe in and tell us to believe in EVOLVES more than the human species has.. Take Man-made Global Warming.. another scientific blunder.. as ridiculous as a flat Earth..

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Michael AuIs this saying Australopithecines may have migrated out of Africa? Wow! Homo Erectus and Neanderthal were known to have migrated out of Africa long before we did. But this is AMAIZING. Though I'd need a lot more to believe Homo Sapiens Sapiens didn't originate in Africa. The preponderance of genetic evidence supports it.

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Simon SmithI would stake my life on it that human history is so far from the truth it pains me to think about it .....!!!!!

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Mountain BearIt’s happening , finally more & more evidence backing up the truth which is being covered up by lies & deceit ✌🏽

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Geo L HumphriesI have long questioned the "Out of Africa" thesis. There is an old joke about a man walking at night in a city and finding a drunk on a corner under a street light on all fours looking for something on the sidewalk. The man asks the drunk what he is doing. The drunk replies, "Looking for the key to my place. I dropped it." The man asks, "You lost it here?" The drunk replies, "No, about a half a block farther down." The man asks, "But if you lost it farther down, why are you looking for it here?" The drunk says, "Because the light is better here!" =D And that my friends has relevance to the hominid fossil hunting in East Africa, fertile territory of L.S.B. Leakey and his family -- the eroded desert terrain where he and his have been finding hominid fossils for half a century is an area pre-excavated by wind and weather and it is easy to find fossils. Which does not mean that the fossils found there are the only ones or evidence of original Ur-alt hominids from whence we came. Looking at present planetary demographics and comparing to Graham Hancock´s book "Underworld" which maps vast expanses of Southeast Asia that were dry land during the last Ice Age, and their flooding caused a concentration of peoples as the tide came in over several millenia, I would gently suggest that somewhere in Asia is the source of Homo Sapiens and not Africa, nor Europe for that matter. If Africa was indeed the place of origin of Homo Sapiens, then it should be more densely populated. But it isn´t.

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Huey MontanaGoing out africa and it is all about race between black and white. Leys stick to the evolution. Just look at the embryo stages and you have a film of evolution. For the 'missing' link. How fecking many do you need. They made a joke about in it Futurama. The tooth found means that a humanoid was around much longer then expected. Any way far older then the biblical age of 1750 bce.

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Adam GoldenWhy does mankind have to originate to exactly one spot? If you believe in evolution, you should believe in the possibility that it can happen in multiple places. The same way because one civilization could build pyramids didn't mean they had to teach it to another that did. Maybe they just developed on their own? Man is both ignorant and arrogant in what they think they know about our history.

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Jason KilminsterIt is logical to asume that we humans come in an asortment of breeds as do all other speicies.Each one with its own distinctive caractoristics-both phisical aswell as mental.

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Sharothi Sen GuptaSir Graham Hancock, could you give me a hi or even like this commentp. It will make my life a million times better. Your teachings and research papers changed my life forever. My way of thinking. My whole life has transformed to something better because of you. Thank you for existing sensei.

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David SimIf they have modern human bones that date back 1 million years they would never release that kind of information and only submit ape like hominids. All we see are apes or some type of hominid so we will never get the real truth. Human bones of all sizes giant and small that date back to further than we thought possible have been found many times over and disappear.

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Remy Vermunthumanity never evolved from apes. we humans have been at earth in several sizes and shapes in many civilizations many times during millions of years

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Scott BeginIf you occasionally slipped in a "Shit just keeps getting older", I wouldn't complain. Just a friendly suggestion from a fan!

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David LaBelleUh oh! We’ve got a Vice President in America called mike pence. He believes that the earth is only a few thousand years old. This is really gonna piss him off if he ever gets wind of it. The entire cabinet will shove their heads even DEEPER into the sand in order to avoid having to face the reality that the only book they’ve ever read is totally bullshit.

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John FeatherPresent day humans are just so focused on this tiny sliver of a window of meaningless time that they have zero idea that those before us had far superior and advanced knowledge of everything. They must look down on us today from their heavens and think 'what a useless bunch of docile assfarts'

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Grant GillGraham Hancock is an occasional guilty pleasure of mine... read fingerprints back in '97.... reading a follow up version now... he's tells a cracking story and certainly raise interesting questions. He does though tend to make rather epic leaps in his thinking... I can't help thinking that many of his legitimate observations are overshadowed by, or indeed buried in the hail of fire from, conventional Egyptology's giant Occam' Machine Gun....

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Kasey GrohsLove what you're all about Graham! 🙌🏼💯 got sucked into your Ted Talk and Joe Rogan podcast awhile back 👌🏼 keep on keeping on brotha!

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Kirk M. WardAs soon as we get rid of the false beliefs of the Nineteenth Century and gave a Full Disclosure of all finds that were and are suppressed to sooner we will begin to understand our lost history.

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Félix HernándezGreat apes live all over the world. This discovery will not dramatically alter our understanding of the provenance of homo sapiens who do come from Africa.

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Stephen KishSimply freaking amazing! I am quite sure you and your friends theory will be completed vindicated someday. I really wish that more folks would attempt to wrap there noggin around just how it is more than a possibility. Let me put it this way, as far as we know about to this day, the recorded 'history' of humanity goes back now at least until Gobeckli Tepe and even farther back through cave art and such artifacts as jewelry. So for modern 'time' reference let us just decide to go back to Gobeckli Tepe, which is approximately 12,500 years ago. Now let us look at a very small fragment of that time period, the last 200 years. We have gained more knowledge in the last 200 years supposedly that this is the brightest (and dumbest!) 'we' have ever been in known history. Now suppose 'we' had similar intelligence and knowledge in a previous civilization, which had also grown in it's knowledge in a similar short amount of time. But this was prior to the cataclysms of the Younger Dryas, which wiped clean most everything that 'we' had known at that time. If the same sort of events happened tomorrow, as Graham has stated more times than I any longer count, it would most likely occur all over again! But none of this can even begin to compare with events and human so-called per-historic periods of life on this Earth, when you simply add a few more zero's to the equation. There really is no way to know. That amount of a time period on this Earth is pretty much guaranteed to erase all forms of man-made knowledge simply by the forces of Nature over time. Do you get the 'Bigger Picture' now?

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Dimitri GoryenkoThere's already sites like Gobekli Tepe and Gudung Padang or even the Iron rod in Delhi that must push the start of human civilization (and its milestones) further back than the usual estimates suggest but these things really haven't taken effect in doing that for whatever reason.

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Laurence RioIt doesn't throw off the mitochondrial Eve theory backed by DNA analysis. So, we still come out of Africa. But, it may confirm that Europeans have grown into several subspecies and cross bred.

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Necrópolis de Cuyacabras
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Necrópolis de Cuyacabras
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Jorge Del Reguero GonzálezAlex Martín García

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Ethan MagillWhat is it?

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Владислав ЛукашовФотограф нам оставил часть ботинка . Интересно , что он этим хотел сказать 😕? )))

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Joel JesavelukWhat are this

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Patrick LynchCathy Lynch

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Skye ChristianMolds

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Maryann RauchGraves

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Shivkumar Dhurveamazing

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Arnd VehlingIve seen a documentation about a site in italy with similiar ground holes

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Alex Jones has been forced to respond to attacks from Chelsea Clinton claiming Alex Jones is an awful person. Help us spread the word about the liberty movem...

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Lisa Cooperwell not that it even matters, but Michelle does appear to be transsexual.

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April DawnEeeee another round of two lizards fighting each other boring yawns. Yes Manchell is accurate but what does this have to do with UBUNTU?

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Jina Bosticktransvestite, still a full man...

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Erik BowerHopefully this is the week when the rest wake up to how corrupt HC really is.

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Carol Rockwell Morrisongirl you ARE a nobody bill ain't your father your moms a whore and your a brainless twit go hide you ugly frog face creep

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LizNorm Wrightwell,, certainly made the americans look idiots all this lot hasnt it,,, so it sounds like she could be what is termed as a maphradite so whos children are they they have,, where are the pictures of when she was pregnant with these girls they have and photos for prove of when they were babies witht them both,, the photos of when she comes down steps on some of you tube certainly looks like she has a mans gender under her dress and how she holds her self too not like a woman would...

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Stephen SackettMaybe she was a hermaphradite and doesn't wish to discuss her private medical issues with strangers. A bunch of people who bully transgendered people on here...and you wonder why she kept it a secret.

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Jennifer Christophe Quidetthen it made the point! Everything is true about Obama! She would let it piss if it was not! haha!

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360° Sunrise View at Borobudur Temple ~ Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia Photosphere created by ©Olivier Bulle

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Carie BilyeuBeautiful shot. Thank you!

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David GalvezMinerva Midama Galcar Carla Guzman Dakini Skydancer

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Carlos EsquivelINCREIBLE ....INSTANTE.....BUENISIMO...¡¡

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Nadia Esteche FrutosLuis Lataza

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Sandra BeckI traveled around in Indonesia for three months - one of my favorite places in the world.

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Ludwignav Bartissol🌹

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Atul DeshmukhI was here

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Atul DeshmukhOne of discovery of sir Stamford raffles

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Mark RobsonLooks like bellfoundings

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Candi Plaosan Lor, Java, Indonesia 🇮🇩 - Part 1 The Plaosan temple complex is made up of 174 small buildings, 116 are stupas and 58 are shrines. Many of the buildings here have inscriptions carved into them. Two of these inscriptions denote the temple as a gift of sanctuary by Rakai Pikatan. The dates of the inscriptions are between 825-850 AD. Although similar to the Prambanan 856 AD date, t...

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Joshua HiattNicki Chebli-Walters

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Paula Watson😍 Awesome share ~ Thank You

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Jason WayneNazeem just over there chillin next to a pillar...

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I'm presently in Costa Rica presenting a series of workshops to a great group of people at the WONDERFUL Rythmia retreat (www.rythmia.com/graham-hancock?purl=hancockevent). What an incredible life-affirming, heart-opening place. Santha and I leave here on Saturday 21st October to resume a big research trip across the US for the new book I am now preparing on the mysterious ancient Americas. But before we came to Rythmia we spent a week researching the world-famous Costa Rican stone spheres -- which are DEFINITELY human workmanship by the way, nothing to do with aliens and not natural "geofacts" either. Yesterday I posted a photo of the largest of the spheres (www.facebook.com/Author.GrahamHancock/photos/a.10151524582402354.1073741825.31260747353/101557701...) which weighs around 26 tons. Santha took the photo I'm posting today when I was interviewing archaeologist Francisco Corrales, a leading expert on the spheres. He's a remarkably open-minded and generous man and he gave us a great deal of his time to explain the mainstream point of view and to share some his ideas on the possible astronomical alignments and purposes of at least some of the spheres. ... See MoreSee Less

Im presently in Costa Rica presenting a series of workshops to a great group of people at the WONDERFUL Rythmia retreat (https://www.rythmia.com/graham-hancock?purl=hancockevent). What an incredible life-affirming, heart-opening place. Santha and I leave here on Saturday 21st October to resume a big research trip across the US for the new book I am now preparing on the mysterious ancient Americas. But before we came to Rythmia we spent a week researching the world-famous Costa Rican stone spheres -- which are DEFINITELY human workmanship by the way, nothing to do with aliens and not natural geofacts either. Yesterday I posted a photo of the largest of the spheres (https://www.facebook.com/Author.GrahamHancock/photos/a.10151524582402354.1073741825.31260747353/10155770100597354/?type=3&theater) which weighs around 26 tons. Santha took the photo Im posting today when I was interviewing archaeologist Francisco Corrales, a leading expert on the spheres. Hes a remarkably open-minded and generous man and he gave us a great deal of his time to explain the mainstream point of view and to share some his ideas on the possible astronomical alignments and purposes of at least some of the spheres.

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Neile StallingsOut of curiosity, what makes you so certain they were human crafted and not extraterrestrial? They seem so perfect. Also, on a personal note, I think your voice and manner of speaking are remarkable. Have enjoyed your documentaries and commentary for some time now. Thank you for the work you and your wife do. Much appreciated.

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Desiree WellsCome to Diamante valley here in Costa Rica Ballena Coast with #PacificJourneys you can see our caves above the most magnificent waterfalls overlooking the coastline!

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Clayton Reese ChristianHi Graham, if you come through Tulsa, Oklahoma please stop by H2Oasis Float Center and Tea House and I'll treat you and Santha to a nice float and pot of tea to help with your travels :).

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Tony Hood...only an impact and/or explosion can produce perfectly round stones containing quartz within... [ Graham Hancock wondering?, maybe you could mention my hypothesis to Mr. Corralis, that they are impact spherules from the YDB, 13kya, and get his opinion? thanks ]

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Will BinksLove how he takes his wife on all his adventures and always has her credit in every fucking picture (she’s a photographer) was so nice seeing her at his book signing in London too where he kept telling everyone all the photos were from her haha 🖤 hero. Ariel Carefoot check in the pic bottom lol

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Matthew G LawsonIf they do represent stars or planets then it's even more interesting that the peoples knew those celestial bodies were spherical to begin with.

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Thatchers CiderI would also be very interested to understand why it's thought these stones are not natural in creation but worked to create ceremonial stones placed with meaning. Unworked Costa Rican stones are very similar in look and feel as those found in Russia and New Zealand....

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Mark FavretWhat group of humans? Where is the quarry these came from? Tools would hard to find but the marking on these stones should explain how they where chiseled? Can it be duplicated today with hand tools?

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John Nolen"So here I was trying to remove the gold statue from the peddestel. When all or a sudded this boulder broke through the wall! and almost crushed me! But that back in the '30's I was much younger. Funny I remember the bolcxer being much bigger!"

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Sharon SealWhat material are those particular round stones made of? Knowing the material would go a long way toward determining whether they could be man made or had a natural origin. I believe concretions are basically sedimentary in nature (like sandstone), so any other material would make this more interesting to look into.

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Eddie MedinaI made a comment about a possible siege during a war... That had catapults used by giants... No response... Obviously its a theory but it is possible.

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Christine MillerDarn, I was in Costa Rica a few years ago and wasted my time in the usual touristy beach sites. I didn't know those spheres were there. Oh well, next time.

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Russ LewisWhat is your opinion of the Sigsbee Escarpment in the northern Gulf? I think it is a potentially important result of the impact.

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Stephen KishThat's pretty cool. Amazing the things folks can do. No, really, amazing! Even if it is just making giant stones spheres.

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Jan Brelih"which are DEFINITELY human workmanship by the way, nothing to do with aliens and not natural "geofacts" either. Yesterday I posted a photo of the largest of the spheres"... What reason and proof can be provided to this statement "DEFINITELY" human wokmanship?

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John HoopesSo glad to see you connected with Francisco Corrales. He is an amazing person and an excellent professional archaeologist.

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Melissa Marie MeteviaWill you be posting where you will be visiting in the US? It is a dream of mine to meet you. I live in Idaho

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Mathieu FortinThat's how it should be encounter. Not in a park! Strait in the jungle!

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Greivin Torres SalazarEsperamos pronto este ese libro traducido al español. Gracias por visitar Costa Rica

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Tuc StevKalle Beck Robert Oberst were practicing and left their stones

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Mike JamesPlease come back to southern Ohio. 7 of our earthworks will soon become UNESCO heritage sites! Exciting! www.wcpo.com/news/insider/greater-cincinnatis-version-of-stonehenge-poised-to-rise-from-obscurity

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Raul OsorioCan’t wait till you’re back on #jre safe travels!

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Daniel ReillyLove you Graham Hancock!!! btw those are in Bosnia also man!

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Dawn ShearsThose are some big balls, Graham!

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Glen RobertsonHuge fan I can’t wait for your new book

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Mark RendiRemember many years ago reading a novel and on her death bed a grandma was giving advise to the family. “People that are always certain are certainly the ones to avoid”. Can’t remember which book but it’s always stuck.

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Joel EmersonProbably mentioned elsewhere here, but it reminds me of the saying, attributed to Scotch whisky distiller, Thomas Dewar: "Minds are like parachutes; they only work when open."

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Stephen KishVery true! I have not been closed-minded since like, well, forever! And these days, since I have been wild mushroom hunting for well over a decade and a half , one really cannot be. But if you if you are a closed-minded wild mushroom hunter just know that you are only one tiny little bite away from the great beyond. And it is most likely not going to be a very pleasant exit. See ya!

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Carmell ButterWal Thornhill does the datia g of worldwide flood cataclysms around 12,800 yrs ago from sudden ice sheet meltdown fit at all with Velikovsky? Or is the radio carbon dating likely to be off? or just very unreliable? unleashs about 1000 years of hellish conditions that wipes out a golden age of civilization that fears the comet.

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John HoopesIt’s fascinating to see how many people with open minds are certain that mainstream archaeologists are wrong.

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Salena Radfordto be sure of everything and leave no doubt, simply close your mind. To experience adventure and wonder and magik, open your heart, trust and let go, surrender to the journey.

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Patricia Clarke-BazinetI have followed you for years and I admire how you always put things into perspective. Thank you for your untiring work to help explain the unexplained.

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Dutra de Lacerda"From the bottom of a pit, few stars are seen" ~ Chinese proverb "The less we see... all we see looks everything" ~ Factor-H

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El ZopiloteOr, as my aunt uses to say: Don't search for truth among those who have found certaity - for they are dead.

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Scott ClarkeI always love the analogy...it's like taking your brother to the dentist, it's just not gonna happen

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Robert John LuryDawkins de G Tyson etc , the theory of evolution unlike newtons laws of motion optics etc which had amazing results , has achieved nothing , but made having and not having stuff the essence of life , greed and aggression virtues in our society , it's a disaster . Humans prove their theory wrong, Donald and Kim the pinnacle of evolution, come on , someone's pulling your leg.

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Danielle Leblanc"Only a Sith deals in absolutes" -Obi-Wan Kenobi, Star Wars episode III

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Carol HodgeNever be afraid to say I don't know, I'm unsure, or listen to another's point of view.

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Adam TamerScotty our earlier conversation lol.

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Clifton KirkDon't tell materialist scientists that, they'll have a fit.

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Dani JacobsDo you realy believe that there is such a thing?

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Halil GöksuThat is what the religions and ideologies do.

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Eamonn Riel David Ó'Gláimhinwhenever people intend to disbelieve, they are really believing in absence of whats possible.

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Roshan CMNiranjan Raghu this line is everything.

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Sonja HoendersAre you sure about that?

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Gil-Selim YmerIs that Graham's cell door?

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Gil-Selim YmerTrue closed-mindedness is knows God!

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Dave UrriquiaYou mean Dr. Hawass? 😁

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Graham Hancock on accessing different levels of reality through DMT and of the possibility of a hidden archive in our DNA...
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Nikolai ZeppaI’ll never forget how you ended your talk at the U of M two years ago. “If we all drank more Ayahuasca, the world would be a better place.” -Graham Hancock Perfectly said my friend.

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Barrie PalmerAnd when I was saying this in 1995 all my friends thought I was mad, literally. So what will they be saying some 20 years from now that I'm not willing to share with you because of illusions of grandiose 🙏🏼 I'll think I'll right it all down post it to myself. Then lock it up. And when you find out that what I say is true, then I shall share my personal experiences

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Jason DowI've meditated enough to experience my body dissolve and being aware of the interconnected nature of everything.... drugs open the door but we can shift our consciousness in other ways. ...

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Will Smile MathiesonThis is fascinating and believable (although Andy Roberts won't approve of the old Crick/LSD/DNA story going round again). I would be delighted if any friendly person had some spare old DMT lying around I could do a little research with. Funnily enough the times I believed I was trying DMT (1999 and 2012) I didn't get any 'effect', but I had no real briefing or guidance then. 🙂

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Halil GöksuExcellent research. Please refer to Terence McKenna. He had a similar idea. Suppose you are an extra terrestial. What would you do to send something to earth in order make contacts to earthly beings now and in the future. A writing, nice buildings, radios etc. is not a good idea because earthlings are variable they could be a human or a stag. But drugs etc. Amanita Muscara is consumed intentiously by humans in church on sundays or by stags in Siberia. Or simply shamans do it in a professional way. Anyone consuming it would contact you in altered state of mind.

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Simon MoonThe info in DNA idea seems a bit out dated. Look into Stuart Hameroff. It more likely has something to do with quantum non-locality via microtubules

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Christopher BennettsJust came back from Peru. Tried Ayahuasca three times and it really worked once. Problem is that it made me violently ill. The experience was good when it worked but as a delivery vehicle for DMT Ayahuasca sucks.

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Bojan DrcaDaniel dude at the end when he linked saving the essence of life theory with the info in junk dna ..... MY MIND BLEW

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Matthew ShawDMT opened more doors for me than any other psychedelic with the exception of psilocybin. And the two combined are completely amazing tools of great personal transformation. As TM would say, “just remember to breath!”

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Mark NorrisSo this is where Ridley Scott got the idea for Prometheus. The Engineers and the prologue to that film perfectly illustrate this DNA hypothesis

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Danael Valerie Jourdanthose Plants are remembering us our spiritual Nature and help us to grow, they are waking up our consciousness from a deep sleep, and that is true that after it you are able to open up to your Nature without the need of those, you are conscious again and you can own it on your own with a pure intention a real search in within. Humans are tending to give everything for a Guru or a Way of opening the consciousness wether plants, drugs or anything else, leaving their own destiny and responsability in the hands of somebody or something else hoping to become illuminated through them. The Path is and will always be in full responsability with your own self...This is a huge path to do and we are just beginning to walk the first steps like a child learning to walk. Nobody and nothing is gonna walk for him...

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Derek BrownI am a big fan of opening up the mind, but nothing can beat a full out of body while stone cold sober. There is no better high than that. I was lucky enough to have one before I ever tried any "helpers", so nobody can say it was a flashback.

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Sherif El KadiThe hidden finger prints and hidden architect within ... way to go... Still waiting impatiently... May the force ... be with you. The straight path is something to wish for for a reason. The straight is straightforward. God works in mysterious ways. Going at a roof top ... means you want to find meaning . But the only thing we truly are is true poets. Why are the lines not seen ? Because they are the lines themselves. Why is the Border Between Upper and lower Egypt , not seen ? Because the Pyramid Marks the best possible line, and it is the line itself.

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Will RohirrimDmt probably being the most unstable way of accessing those information streams. Controlling the experience through reaching point consciousness and actual practice is the better path if your looking to actually gain something from the experience...

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Josh WarrenDr Rick Strassman might have found Jesus but most likely God in a pill form. That's in us? What?😮🌜🌛🌝💥🌈🗿🚀🎇🎑🎆🏞🌅🌄🌠🌃

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Tiago Barros GonçalvesI think certain drugs can induce an apparently illusion state of consciousness, maybe that's not the case. Where can I get Ayahuasca in Portugal? Help.

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Iain DavieArchive is the way to think. Archive is the subconscious mind in part. There is a lot to this. Carl Jung also wrote on this extensively. Pollution is another complication

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Jason DowBut the underlying thesis is true i believe... we're just scratching human's potential at the moment

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Brad Lee"Psychedelics Don't Work On Stupid People" TM

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Gaylen BlankenshipFilm? He's made his book into a film? This I have to see!

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Crystal Blue StormThis man .. is truly and utterly amazing .. I believe in you Mr. GRAHAM HANCOCK

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Alex CatoBenji Whitmore comment this so I can’t watch it later lol I’m in class!

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Kevin FeserThanks Graham Hancock, makes sense to me.

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Steve DrawdyWhen will you be on JRE again? I always look forward to those podcasts.

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Brian FreshourDon't we have enough drugs already. I know someone who took that stuff and is now on a permanent trip in the mental ward from it. Will never recover. Opoids and meth have ravaged my home town. Have to sit on your porch with a gun if you don't want everything you own stolen. 20yr ago you could leave gold bars on your porch in my town and they would still be there a year later.

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I've climbed the Great Pyramid three times illegally and twice legally. This video documents a legal climb that I did in 1996 with my wife Santha and our good friend Robert Bauval. Posted earlier but reposting here for those on different time-zones who may have missed.
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This is a climb of the Great Pyramid of Egypt that my wife Santha and I made on the spring equinox 1996 together with our great friend Robert Bauval, author of the groundbreaking book The Orion Mystery. In my opening remarks I am remembering the illegal climb that Santha and I made in the middle of the night a couple of years earlier (described in my 1995 book Fingerprints of the Gods). The "final...

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Gabriel SteenhuisThe picture suggests a terrorist ready to fire a missile. Obviously it's not haha. Love your work mr Hancock and colleagues. Stay healthy and keep unraveling the big mysteries. You're getting there!

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Robert Patrick KennedyI thank you dear brother ..Great share...we all hope your feeling well .. It's a dream of many of us to experience the climb of the great pyramids ... Stay health and strong hope our paths cross again one day .. Be well

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Sharon AslettAbsolutely wonderful well done guys thank you for sharing. Watching it i felt that i was there and getting colliwobbles . Santha your an inspiration! Loved hearing the morning cockerals in the distance. Thank you Graham for being out there and sharing the truth. You have been a great source of inspiration for me and thank you so much!! Love and Peace

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Brandon Matthew BallSo I'm getting into ancient civilizations and new ancient discovery's what are some books and magazines can I get. To help me understand and know more about this stuff

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Lisa SandowI hope to go-to Egypt this Jan.. I'll be traveling alone and hoping to find someone to show me around. If you have any pointers, that would be lovely 💕

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Chris ValleeIf every idiot in the world climbed the pyramids illegally, I wonder how long it would last.

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Chris AxisThe good old days aye Graham

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Kyle Temple-MurrayCory Vanessa Let’s do this adventure together

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Mathilde KastanjaAmazing! 5 times up, then down(!) again. thank you for sharing

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Peter ZazziCrack open the hidden doors and rooms once and for all!!! Its not a tomb for a megalomaniac mummy

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Gareth GoughIncredible the sense of scale you get from seeing you all climb to the top. The shadow the pyramid casts is breath taking!

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Andrea BonaThank you Graham,Robert and Santhià 😊

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Pee D PabloEmily Davis we were talking about this the other day!

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David KennedyIm right here Brandon Matthew Ball..u know u can talk to me

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Shawn StreifHi Graham - I'm keenly interested to know if you've ever visited the "notch" which is located at about the 300 ft level on the northern edge. Please let me know.

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Matthew LeonardHahahahahaha you climbed the pyramid 3 times illegally. You just made my day Brotha

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Audun NilsenI can always enjoy a good expedition.

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Christopher T. GendronGoing down had to be scary

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Karen J CayaAmazing! Sigh, maybe one day 🙂

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Cliff ElliottThanks for sharing

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Jenasis GreerYou sir... Are a badass

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Richard MorleyI am so jealous...

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Kieffer AndyIt is a great share! Fascinating.

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Jeremiah AbramsThanks for that, Graham. x

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Inti Watana at Inca Písac
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Andrea Mikana-PinkhamHere's a photo I took of the Intihuatana (Hitching Post of the Sun) at Pisac a while back. We see the megalithic construction around the natural stone itself.

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Frederick J. PackWe were there when it was just being rebuilt. The workers had ridden up on horseback. I had help on the last part of the climb hanging onto a horses tail. It has certainly changed. From these pix, the workers did a good job putting the puzzle back together. The megalithic base work is best seen just before entering...the andesite foundation. The trail up may have changed since we were there. It was one heck of a steep climb back then. I'm sure it still is. Got some great telephoto shots from.the mountain on the opposite side of the valley.... No drones back then... It is NOT to be missed while in the area.

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Sandra BeckI traveled around in Peru for six weeks! Loved being there and love Inca art and culture!

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Prince JohnI don’t know what happens to the roofs in such buildings.

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Reivaj NirevesA few meters from there there's a pentagonal stone placed in a wall, pretty cool

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I'm in Costa Rica right now and standing here beside the largest of the mysterious Costa Rican stone spheres, locally known as El Silencio and estimated to weigh around 26 tons. Photo by Santha Faiia.

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Im in Costa Rica right now and standing here beside the largest of the mysterious Costa Rican stone spheres, locally known as El Silencio and estimated to weigh around 26 tons. Photo by Santha Faiia.

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Andy FieldsWe received a beautiful gift from one of your friends in our Ayahuasca center. We are so blessed to have one of your books signed. We feel you all the time, and can feel you even more, now that you are in this country. Thank you for your energies Graham!

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David JimenezDr Graham Hancock Im from Costa Rica and big fan of your work. Would love to know if by any chance you are planning to do some conference or something! Ill def enjoy hearing anything you have to say about this stones! Hope you enjoy yourself around!

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Maria Teza FenixIn achaeology, whenever the function of something is not understood, usually the artifact is typically deemed a "cult-", "religious- or "symbolical"- object. I'd always go first around and ask artisans/handcraft-people and/or mechanics what they think a odd-formed artifact could be used for. There are still plenty of strange objects in use, that most people have no idea of how they work and for what, but the ones who often do, like I mentioned as an example -handcrafts etc. in older ways or area-specific traditions often know or have good ideas. I've been to Costa Rica and seen several of the granite balls, which were even in better condition than the one in Grahams picture and as an artisan/artist(meaning I've a trained eye for shapes) I can say the sphere's were TOTALLY spherical and the side against the earth, which hasn't been eroded by the rains was really smooth. No chiselmarks anywhere so if they were worked by hand(which they probably were, by very skilled craftspeople), the workmanship was extraordinary good because they had been equally worked from all of the surface and not one slip was to be found in the total surface which was above the ground. Although, it shouldn't be a surprise as seeing the amazing sculpted statues for example at the pyramids of Copán in Honduras -Those people were MASTER sculptors and artists in general!

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David HewesPerhaps an ancient way of transporting a large stone over a long distance, I mean think about it, would it make sense to travel to the location of the stone source, carve it into its desired shape, then transport it to the building site? Considering most ancient buildings use some form of square block it would make it very difficult to transport over medium to long distances, especially if the area is heavily wooded? Now if you carved them into a ball then it would be relatively easy to move it through heavily wooded areas and to change direction of the ball when presented with a large obstacle? Then carve it into the required block on the intended building site?

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Geo L HumphriesHowdy. I am a Yank ex-pat and live permanently in Costa Rica. One of my collegues, an attorney and oceanographer, provided me with a scientific paper which proved that these spheres were used to mark property boundaries in the Diquis cultural area where it often floods. As far as I am concerned that solves the mystery, but the "mystery" continues to be hyped in order to keep the tourists flowing, which is perhaps our major industry. Love your work, keep it coming.

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Augie LaTorreI've done considerable research on the subject and I've concluded that an ancient race of giant beings named the Cojones Major roamed the forests of Costa Rica and northern South America. What you have in front of you is a petrified testicle of that gentle race.🤓

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Fernando Goldonisome of us think it belonged to a civilization far long before Precolombino period. Some of us believed it could have been constellations maps.

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Darin McBratneyHola Graham, I am also in Costa Rica. I would love to tellyou a story about these mysterious spheres. My grandparents were here in the 70's and came on a cruise ship and took a bus with others to the National Museum where one of the biggest spheres is located and my grandfather took a picture of my grandmother with her arm around their tour guide in front of the big sphere and my grandmother is there with her arm around air. The tour guide does not show up in this picture. I find this fascinating and also I have a friend who has found these spheres up at the Arenal volcano but much smaller. Safe travels. If you are near Nosara look me up as I have a room for you!

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Adrian Henderson LopezNice! Big fan...will you be speaking any where? I'd love to meet you and get my books signed. Thanks!!

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Gina LauritoIt’s so nice to know you visit Costa Rica, I hope that this is one of many more. Welcome and thank you for your fantastic work 🙏🏻 Blessings!

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Lisa AltonenSaw something recently postulating that, as the dinosaurs shrank to lizards and birds, giant people shrank through evolution, as well, becoming us. On that note, giants need to play, too!

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Steve IemaneWhat if we see on a map the location of all those megalithic balls, maybe we will get a map in the sky. So above so below !

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Neil StewartI for one would be extremely interested in your conclusions on the spheres Graham. The ones I've read about in Bosnia and elsewhere seem to be explained as geological anomalies, which is possible I guess. However the Costa Rica stones seem very different - their placement, the varying sizes and arrangements. If you've got a book idea, I'd bloody buy it! 👍

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Paul BenardThey are formed the same way we used to make shot for the muskets when molten material is drop from a high distance it forms a ball. Then when it lands in water it hardens quickly into that shape simple physics. Costa Rica was created by volcanos shooting molten lava into the air upon falling it forms a ball lands in the ocean and later becomes the land mass of Costa Rica

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Mark Mewhinney SullivanGlad to see you on the move again Graham! Well, all considered, the people in prehistoric times seem to have had the technology to SOFTEN and LIGHTEN the giant stones we find today in so many constructions. Perhaps manipulating the atomic structure changes weight and density of stone? Theory goes that high electromagnetic fields work in exceptional ways.....Why they are ONLY found in Costa Rica is also a mystery.

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Scott ClarkeI always thought maybe long ago volcanos erupted blasting lava into atmospher and these are the result

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Gabor Torus MolnarGraham. What kind of stone are these balls made of? If soft one, anybody could make them. If we talking about granit or diorit, then them must be ancient. In the other hand, if the world wide flood also impacted the old land of Costa Rica, maybe, just maybe the answer lies under the ground. Surprisingly most of the ancient ruins had to be digged out from the ground, I belive due to the flood as the remaining mud covered them all 🙂

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Shayne SpitzigJudging by the relative size of yourself next to the stone it should only weigh 6 to 8 ton. I lift precast concrete slabs bigger than this with my crane at work.

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Adam SteidlCouldn't say glaciers, because Costa Rica.....hmmmm....Man-made, possibly. Why? No clue. But some rocks are harder than others, so rock-shaping is human-doable. Perhaps some ancient dick-wagging: My sphere is bigger than your sphere!

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Stephen KishSo I had to take a quick look at Wikipedia since I don't know much about those or Costa Rica. And a lot of the thoughts that went through my mind at work tonight are rather similar to what others have posted here. I guess the biggest question would have to start with are they truly man-made or natural formations. According to Wiki they are man-made by a culture that was wiped out or disappeared after the Spanish Conquests. Sounds like it could be a new chapter, or shoot off plot, for your book series 'War God'. If they are natural then I would have to ask if the dating could be far off, noting the location. Meaning, was there a time that part of the Earth was underwater? In either case, whether or not underwater or land-based, I think for them to be so rounded would mean that they will have had to have been constantly moving, or rolling, around to cause that shape. So one would also have to assume that it was during a long period of constant upheaval or tremendous ocean movement. If they sat too long in one place they would be more likely to be oval or oblong shaped. As you can see by the erosion caused by them sitting in place thus far. Perhaps your friend and colleague Dr. Robert Schoch would be a better person to ask about such things.

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Michael McKenzieThey were found on Cano Island where I did my first diving in Costa Rica. I found that fascinating and saw the ones in and around the National Museum. This link just popped up in my feed with more information than they had written at the museum a few years ago, syncronicity! FYI....https://www.ancient-code.com/researchers-costa-rica-unearth-nearly-perfect-massive-stone-sphere/?utm_content=social-bmhjg&utm_medium=social&utm_source=SocialMedia&utm_campaign=SocialPilot

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Leanne SmarOpinion from a geologist here! Without knowing what the rock composition is, but wonder if they might be mud concretions? If there are other spheres around the area, they could be eroded out of a sedimentary rock. I’ve seen pretty large ones in-situ before.

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John HoopesWhen you’re done with polling this community for its bizarre beliefs and rampant speculation, I hope that you’ll consult with archaeologists Francisco Corrales, Adrián Badilla, and Ifigenia Quintanilla—the world’s authorities on these objects—to hear about what they have learned from decades of careful research, including excavations of these objects, the tools used to make them, and the houses occupied by the people who made them.

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Croz CrosbieGraham...we met some years ago in Bristol at the launch of The Mars Mysteries and we spoke briefly...I have been in CR for nearly 10 years now and have discovered some 'out of the way' communities, portals and energy nodes...by all means get in touch...would be pleased to meet you again and share some of my 'encounters' here....definitley not on the tourist trails.

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Rob MoorhouseThe earth as had many civilisations. Just rinse and repeat. We will be next. Then in another 10 - 20 thousand years. The people of this earth will puzzled like we are. Cause anything of our past will be hidden and kept secret. That's how kings and governments are formed. We'll never know the real truth. 🤘🏼

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This is a climb of the Great Pyramid of Egypt that my wife Santha and I made on the spring equinox 1996 together with our great friend Robert Bauval, author of the groundbreaking book The Orion Mystery. In my opening remarks I am remembering the illegal climb that Santha and I made in the middle of the night a couple of years earlier (described in my 1995 book Fingerprints of the Gods). The "final proof" I mention at the very end is nothing mysterious. I'm referring to the final proof of the book Rob and I co-authored and published in 1996 titled Keeper of Genesis in the UK and Message of the Sphinx in the US. ... See MoreSee Less

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Jamie JanoverAwesome... i was just standing next the Great Pyramid about 20 minutes ago, great to see this post. Regards from Nassim Haramein and myself, we were just speaking of you and your work this morning at breakfast. <3

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David JackThe pyramids have always fascinated me, such a feat of engineering! I have yet to visit them myself but hope to one day. If I climbed them, knowing my luck I would be arrested. Glad to see you guys breaking the rules to show us the wonderful views! Only then can you truly appreciate how spectacular they are.....

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Mark FavretNow that I'm older and have no freaking desire to climbs this mountain of man I can sit back enjoy your remarkable display of human endurance and outstanding view of this country, thanks.

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Sayed BdawayMaybe my father was with you a guide climb of the Great Pyramid

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Debbie Carlton KreigerI just finished Finger Prints of the Gods and started Magicians of the Gods today. I loved the first book. Thank you for all the hard work, and getting this information out to us. I'm also jealous cause I would love to explore the world like you. I'm trying to encourage my children to get into archeology. There is so much more to discover and learn still. I wish this was encouraged more at school. But it is not at all so it's up to me and I'm afraid that I am not good enough sometimes. as I work full time at a job I don't like and have no money to travel so I read and read on my free time at home. Then pass the information to them. It just seems boring to them though. I think actually seeing it and hands on would help. Hopefully it is sinking in. Anyway thanks for bringing it to us, without these books and videos, I would have no clue😊 oh and I love this video cause I just read about it in the first book 😊

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Hannes DahlgrenGreat video! Never been to the top, but just standing next to the great pyramid is intense! The size and scale of the thing is really unbelievable.

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Dap PdakI am afraid of heights and will never see the view from atop the pyramid of Giza. Thank you for sharing the experience. 😍😍

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Matt TraumSo would a climb not be possible- or as easy- in their original non-stepped condition? I see the other pyramid in the distance and it still has the smooth area at the top. Was this pyramid more smooth originally?

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Juliano AgraThis is incredible, as though as if was not real if not seen with your own eyes. Such a wonderful way to spend its time on this planet, contemplating the marvels of mankind. Thank you for sharing these images and allowing bits of this great experience

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Conrad GarnerGreat perspective that I have always wanted to see in person but this video makes the mystery of how they built these and moved those stones even more outstanding to me. A few layers, ok, but all the way to the top?! HOW?

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Eric ScobieWonderful to see that video. I just reread your "Fingerprints" - directly after finishing "Magicians". Very interesting to read them in tandem! What a dizzying climb! Any success on getting into the "box" under the Sphinx' front paws yet?? Greetings.

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Isabelle VinetAwesome! And very brave. I'd love to climb it but would need a helicopter to pick me up at the top 🙂

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John CarlineIn 1993 I made it half way up before getting vertigo. We were, however, allowed to enter the Great Pyramid and also had access into the 'burial chamber' which made up a little for my unsuccessful climb.

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David G ChristenOk I’m just going to say it....What an ass! Lol!! Signs posted everywhere NOT to climb. Luckily you avoided Egyptian police! You’d still be incarcerated. Cool view but just NOT worth the risk dude!! ✌️

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Daniel BennettAwesome , It is mind boggling on how the stones are just as big as the bottom ones. Looks like it anyway. Thanks for sharing Graham.

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Richard LaPierreThank you for all your works and dedication to our true origins, and life's mysteries.. Blessings of health, longevity, clarity, and peace-

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Mark BousquetThank you for sharing this, Graham. I'm currently reading "Fingerprints". Good stuff! Looking forward to "Magicians".

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Patrick MurphyAmazing footage. I can only imagine the sense of wonder and history you felt looking out at that landscape.

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Shanti PeaceSome time it looks like energy waves are present, or vid quality is poor ... I like to think is Energy Waves

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Derek HolderI'd be more worried about the climb down! Was it treacherous stuff, Graham Hancock?

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Chris ValleeGood way to find out what the Egyptian desert jail amenities are.

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Dustän ShupeTamica Kenyon If you and the Lils have a free day I have an idea.. bring a camera.

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OR AXVotre livre ma rien appris tout ce que vous avez dit dans vos ouvrages on le trouve dans les ouvrages de Slosman et Schwaller bien avant vous !

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Lizanne ThompsonThank you for this.. Was hoping this was the trip where you found your GrandFather's initials in stone...

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Ritesh Kumar Mallikomg,,how did u manage to climb down 😛

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Beautiful morning at Ad Deir
- The Monastery, Petra, Jordan
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Beautiful morning at Ad Deir
- The Monastery, Petra, Jordan
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• Built by the Nabataeans in the 1st century, this enormous Nabatean rock-cut monument measurs 50 meters wide by 45 meter high.

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Leila KianErlers Rerzerger

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Jeff WalshTHIS IS ONE ROCK?

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Neptaly MarinThis os rock

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Russell G. ChongYes it's one rock and it's enormous!

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Lewis Bail ˚͜˚Benjamin Moon

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Uqba WaseemHarika❤

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Uqba WaseemMushkbAr ZafAr

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Lynda KehlerBuilt with rocks and chisels, I don't think so! It's 'carved' into a mountain using a technology we can't fathom!

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Sridharan DhandapaniA good place to visit but too hard in hot sun in summer to climb, even though visited twice

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José LoberRaquel Gonzalez Fernandez

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Zaida UlstePrecioso!

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Marie LNEnorme merci 👍🏻

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Ta Keo Temple temple-mountain
- Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Ta Keo Temple temple-mountain
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Lillian GLMaravilloso templo, como todo lo construído por nuestros ancestros.

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Kuélap, Amazonas, Peru
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Dhanunjaya Murthyప్రకృతిలో కూడా కొన్ని కొన్ని చిత్రాలిలా ఉంటాయి Chinny Ajay.

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Samuel PontonÉnorme

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Michael A RolandThat's one hell of a camel toe!!

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William Edward Rosales EngelPareciera una puerta dimencional....fabuloso..!!

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The gate into Temple of The Goddess Hathor at Dendera
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Pir Barbarc'est une porte qui fait lever les yeux ...

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Chris Lewis BlinkyLove that someone carved a coffee cup on the side of it

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Nichole ClelandStill a little bit of blue on it!

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Niny GalluzzoMeraviglia

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Ruben FernandezBueniiiiisimo

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Jerry YrineoAllways awesome 😊thank you

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Anna VasquezDoes anyone know about the animal heads on people in Egypt?

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Mary Luz Ortega AstudilloGracias q Bellas imagenes

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Mary Luz Ortega AstudilloQ tipo de cámara como hacen para hacer esa fotografía

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The Khmer 'Sanctuary' at Wat Phou
- Champasak Province, Laos
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The Khmer Sanctuary at Wat Phou
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The Osireion, Abydos
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Mehmet EnçNasıl bir güzellik

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Claude Trpou méne le tunnel dans le fond ?

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Veronica DillSuperstitious old women and heartbroken young women still go there to touch the sacred spring water in hopes of healing and fertility. Tradition dies hard. I am obsessed with this ancient ruin and the original people that crafted it. Thanks for posting it.

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Mark CullupDoes not look Egyptian.

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Mark McFarlandWater!

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Mathias Bruhsfolge dem "wasserrohr"?! musst be more on a place like "this"

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Sebastian SegoviaImpresionante

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Carlos Alberto Maiko MaikoMaravilha

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Lee WilliamsBeautiful!

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Paul StahlJust imagine how much more is underground yet to be discovered!!

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Brian AardvaarkWhy has the Osirion not been drained of water and fully excavated yet?

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Christopher SummeyTo look upon it without thine own eyes, is to not see. One day

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Angelito Lacsamana CunaI hope theyd come back before i die...

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Colby Lee ElkinsThis is so amazing....

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Joe PongratzAin't the nazca lines on the polar opposite side of the earth?

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Thomas ThiébauxFeels like 3D printing ^^

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Exquisite Rock-Cut Barabar Caves, India
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Steve GriffithsJoohi what am amazing place

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Toni GonçalvesIs the cave from: Ali-Babá and the 40th thieves.

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Graham HancockThe full original interview from which this clip was taken was conducted at The Common, Glastonbury Festival, 2016 and can be seen here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLoZFLFyBvg

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Merfu Madalin"Giant instrument of amplifying human consciousness"-we can imagine thousands of slaves singing while being whipped by "Gods" sent to rule the earth

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John KinneWhere can I find this full interview, I just keep seeing clips

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Levia ShankenAren't hunter-gatherer, Shamanic societies also somewhat hierarchal? Didn't/don't the shamans and priests lead ceremonies that others don't have the wisdom, knowledge and experience to lead?

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Rick EvansMr. Graham Hancock, big fan - quick question on the mirroring we see in the "as above, so below" regarding how the sky appeared 12.5k years ago and how it lines up with the monuments of Giza. How certain are we that the ancient Egyptians held the same constellation symbols as the greek symbols we use today? Was the lion, to the people of that place and time, linked to stars other than Leo? This link I found has some information. Thank you for all your work, sir! egypt.hitchins.net/pyramid-myths/ancient-egyptian-constellat.html

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Steve JosephsonThese structures are too conspicuous for privacy and too elaborate to be some con. Many, if not all, had a scientific or engineering purpose as well. The hunter-gatherers were GIVEN the ancient knowledge, from the remnant of an Advanced Global Civilization that was erased by the Dryas cataclysms. The primitive cultures that followed ( ourselves included ) of course corrupted their original intent.

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Stephen KishI think everyone has their own 'sacred space(s)' in this life. Sometimes it is found where one most likely does not expect it. Or even searching for such a place. Maybe when you were a child it was a cubby hole behind a wall in your house. Or you might just stumble across such a place when you are hiking through the woods searching for wild mushrooms. But mostly it is a personal space. So maybe there just is a bit of 'Heaven(s) on Earth' still these present times. But most likely they are not known to the masses. Still they are important. If only important to oneself. And if you are aware enough to know it.

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Paulo RodriguesYou had to be light of heart your conscious had to be clear before you could ascend into the next plain of existence basically you had to rid yourself of bad karma. When the priesthood came along you now had a second option you could buy your salvation and that's really where humanity descends into chaos. No longer did you have to live a life of kindness and servitude to your fellow man but greed and material wealth became the focus. The movie "Gods of Egypt" hits on this point early in the movie when Set kills his brother and takes control.

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Mohamed El-ErkesossyGraham Hancock, why are pyramids and temples are the only things left until today. where did this civilization live, meet or interact. there is nothing left abt the temples and pyramids except of hieroglyphics in temples not in the pyramid ofc. I am doing a research on pyramids, built one on my own using ofc the golden ratio. I believe that nikola tesla was trying to build a similar model to the pyramid which he called tesla tower, i am currently working on a mini tesla tower with characteristics of the pyramid. I would really appreciate contacting you too 🙂 btw i am Egyptian 😀

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William SmithAncient sacred spaces made of rocks and boulders are strewn all over the New England landscape, for instance. Most are simply dismissed as "colonial" constructs.

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Levia ShankenI find it challenging and fascinating to find remnants of the ancient nature-oriented consciousness in modern monotheistic, hierarchal religions - and they are most certainly there, often blatantly so. I would probably prefer to hunt & gather all day and shamanically-trance-disco (with or without sacred herbs) all night but don't categorically discount the continuity and mystery of ancient thinking. This week Jews wave 4 species of plants in 6 directions, moving in 7 counterclockwise circles, and live (eat, sleep, party) in huts where you must be able to see the stars. It is no secret these are remnants of ancient (and more complex) harvest rituals - why would devoting it to the One be less sacred than to the Many within the One? With imagination and an open-mind, it is possible to break through the current truncated structures and stories and experience the universal & timeless ancient wisdom. I assume there are those who do the same in Islamic and Christian rituals.

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Rapa Nui Kanarvacanan MadagasikaraHi there sir Graham Hancock...listening/reading through your interviews brings me to say, discover Austronesia - Austronesia is the link to all the earthly mysteries we are into up to this day wherein without understanding about this ancient community (but still existing today just hidden under multi-layers of colonialism) we became trapped in religious hierarchy and hegemony rather than independently free thinking homosapiens...as you said we all have the same brain...use it for self (body and soul) growth...not for the greedy leaders of human organizations such as governments, corporations, and yes, organized monotheists religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam).

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Jain Collins O'dayI believe these holy places set up an environment (architectually, etc) that enabled people to open up to the great mystery of life. yes, some abuses of power and eventual bureaucracy ensued but I love entering a beautiful church or sancuary to pray and meditate.

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Gregory EastonGraham Hancock - If you are only familiar with Catholicism and you frame all Christianity within the bounds of Catholic beliefs, then, yes, I would agree that the priests, etc. do "impose themselves between us and the divine." However, Christian protestant belief is that no man on Earth has the right or the duty or the calling to "impose himself" between us (mankind) and The Divine. That is why knowledgable protestants see the modern day Catholic spiritual hierarchy as a roadblock, a barrier between mankind and The Divine. Every man has the privilege to come before The Divine. No man needs an earthly intercessor.

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Cliff DavilaJust finished Finger Prints when I was in Mexico visiting the pyramids of the sun and moon. Your book added A LOT of context to them and was just awe inspiring overall. Picked up Magicians yesterday and I'm really looking forward to it. Thank you Graham Hancock for all the work you're doing.

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Bob HartlandAre we sure that all Temples are in homage to "gods"? Is it possible for some to have nothing to do with spirits? I wonder, often.. i am a science nut and am conflicted in the fact that non believers seem to be the minority, even throughout history!

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Gary BarkerStrictly for privacy, I think. So the nerds didn't get heckled by the bullies as they perform their secret (sacred) experiments on the meaning of life... some things never change. Thanks for the great work...enjoyable and enlightening.

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Lisa TravissI really don't understand why more research isn't done on the theory of terror bird predation. Perhaps we were hunted and Hunter. If birds were trying to kill me I would build high walls .perhaps some of the evidence from gobekli tepe especially skull with holes could have been terror birds. My backyard chicken peck just the brains out of frogs, they are too well fed to eat them but can help the instinct to peck to death anything that moves.

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Joseph Paul DuffeyYes, great video! Right there in plain sight.. What was the point of these religions? Why would anyone do any of these things?

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John CarlineCan you still go inside the Great Pyramid? I was able to do so in 1993 but not sure if it is allowed anymore.

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Normand LandryWhere was the treasury in ancient Egypt? Where did they keep all the gold and jewels that did not go in to tombs?

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Adam SiwwiI love Graham! The world needs alternative thinkers and he is one of the best and probably the best when as it relates to history!

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Adam CampbellSTARSEEDS, it's time to peacefully wake up. The solar system needs us. We are more than people. We are Protons (masculine energy) and Electrons (feminine energy,) forming a whole Ion. Some would like to see a global power outage, and the power is us. We're bioelectric. We're the light we see. I choose to be a positively lit Ion. We are stars in human bodies. Nature is us.

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Peter DunnAnd the most important part of the temple was of course the inner sanctum - the Holy of holies - to which only the high priest and pharaoh /priest king were permitted to enter. But what did this sacred space actually contain? Probably nothing - the important thing is that the ordinary folk BELIEVED THAT IT DID CONTAIN THE LINK BETWEEN THEIR KING AND THE GODS. It was just a con trick - and people are still falling for it to this day.

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Gary DaviesA somewhat romantaized vision of ancient egyptian culture as well as quite a reductive and pejorative interpretation of the Abrahamic religions which, as such interpretations must, refuses to examine the relationship between these Abrahamic religions, alphabetic literacy and the evolution of the democratic sensibility which challenged the hierarchies of power established at the dawn of civilization....

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Jay ShettyThanks for sharing! Means a lot

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William HaworthDoubt if his thoughts are original. Obviously he's read something he agrees with. Top marks for sharing but I still think he's a juvenile pr*ck! Saying something wise just for effect is false. Live by your words mate.

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John KoopmansBrand still comes across as a total narcissist. He seems to be trying overly hard to convince himself that he is not projecting the image of what he wants himself to be, but the struggle of his inner, deeply troubled self still shines through. Jay, on the other hand, seems to be much more of the person Brand wishes to be.

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Helen MoonBritish people in the main will not watch anything with Brand...he's a pariah...with good reason. So I'm sorry but won't be watching.

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Stephen O'CurranThis is the most creepy guy I've ever not on purpose seen ...the way he's acted and said he had to be on drugs !!! ..forgiveness is tough but I'll try since it only matters to me !

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Pete McDonaghAnything that encourages self discovery as opposed to the 'blame game' ..of the addictive 'selfie' is a valid topic at any moment in time, of course, sources are always ancient and timeless ie the Vedas. Interpretations are numerous, few 'ideals' historically served the needs of the 'people' but rather fed the objectives of oligarchy, this is an entertaining and relative insight that attempts to favor the "people" over the 'system' for that..thanks.

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Steve JosephsonYou may not care for him, but IMO Brand is stating valuable truths pretty honestly and unpretentiously.

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Lesley Ann RileyWow. What's with the brand haters ! I think this guy is amazing for what he has achieved and is sharing , lighten up on him guys .. I will be buying his book to help me on my journey .. peace and happiness 😊

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Nicola MartinI feel that addiction is the experience for most people too. Just the thing we are addicted to is different.

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Cyrus AmirManly P. Hall “Manly Palmer Hall” “They wander in darkness seeking light, failing to realize that the light is in the heart of the darkness”

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James Matthew WaltmanADDICTION.. the only sickness man voluntarily builds and nurtures within himself..Then he says..Look km not a dope head anymore now after I ruined many lives I stopped being scum..Then they act like they deserve anaward

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Maty WallerBrilliant, still trying to combat my alcohol addiction, 5 years trying so far!!

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Zander BednallAll y’all hatin on russle brand... not “liking” his delivery... smh, he’s been clean since 2003. Show some fucking support. This is about addiction, right?

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Nick Clive-BixbyKeyboard warriors, keyboard warriors everywhere.

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David Colmancant listen to this guy...ever

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Ike MemeoffBrand is one of the stupidest people on earth

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Alec LoshonkohlRoss Miles Really fuckin interesting perspective

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David List" The Wolf of Wall Street" good movie about addicted people

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Mike PietteThanks for sharing this !

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Jemma GallopIncredible people, spiritual, inspirational ❤️ Loved listening and hearing beautiful words ✌️

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Sonny Burlasaddicted to waaaaaayyyy too many words...

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Michael Le-Naire Eckman Lladoslove this...is so true..and makes me think that im not so crasy as i thought i was. thank you.

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Emanuel SerbanoiuRussell mentioned you Graham like 1023 times on Joe Rogan this week, he likes you a lot!

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Jill BrownBrand is a drug addict he knows nothing about alcohol problems.

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Ashish VashishtInsightful discussion from two of my favorites! Thank you for posting.

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Graham HancockFull original interview from which this clip is taken was done at Glastonbury Festival in 2016 and can be seen here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLoZFLFyBvg

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Tiago Barros GonçalvesWe live in the Information Age, people are educating themselves step by step. In the end the world regime will be an Anarchy. It's clear. Try to be a good person and spread compassion, that's all we need.

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Eddie MedinaMy opinion....some will get it and no matter what you tell others...they will just think with a closed mind.If you ever tried to make a religious person think outside the box..then you know what i mean.GRAHAM you are awesome bro...keep up the great work.

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Kyle CarpenterThe system got me in it's grips from the moment my parents registered my birth, therefore making me "property of the state". The thing is it was done so without my understanding and consent. As a result, I'm living in a system that is hell-bent on syphoning off my lifeblood to benefit the corrupt few percent.

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Ahmed AboulnagaI do remember a Star Trek voyager episode where the encountered this planet that revolved around its sun in like a thousand revolution per star date and got trapped for some reason near it... I think their solution to get out of their conundrum was to speed up its evolution, so that after 10 or 12 star days (that's like 12000 of that planets years) the inhabitants become advanced enough to save them !!! Well, what if a gold mining ship with some miners had the same problem and where after that planet's gold, but couldn't mine it on their own due to extreme time lapse differences, would they resort to same methodology ?!!! I wonder if Fort Knox still has any Gold inside ;)))

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Rex HavocThat has to be one of the coolest videos I've seen in quite some time ! You are one of the few who actually helps mankind. Keep the videos coming man !

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Stephen KishAmen Brother. But you also know it really does, and can, make a difference in a child's life if their parents are open minded enough to have genuine conversations about certain things that will, and do, occur in most everyone's lifetimes here on this Earth. And not just drag their own flesh and blood along with them every Sunday into some place of worship and let the child be brainwashed into something that does not even have much of anything to do with anything about the so-called 'real' life in today's messed up world of human nonsense. In 'God" 'we' trust? Then I shall not trust you. I have even had some people tell me that people are 'god'! And that is the most disturbing aspect of any religion. When the followers (i.e. the brainwashed) start to believe that they are the very reason for their choice of worship. Only the children really know the truth about humanity. And most of them, including myself, are forced into silence by the ones who who simply refuse to speak about anything at all. But wait, they do speak occasionally. But it is simply the EGO that is speaking, not the person inside. And so it all goes round again, again, and again. Once upon a 'time'. But that 'time' does not any longer exist. Because it never really did at all.

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Stephen GaspariniJust stumbled upon this video Graham while watching another interview with you about DNA and DMT etc. My mantra in this life is something very close to what you have expressed in this video. "Question everything. Question everything you do not understand but more importantly question everything you already believe to be true." This has stood me in good stead while navigating this chaotic time in our history and dangerous spiritual journey. Much respect to you as always Graham!

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Wesley RiversI can't explain it, and I know it will make me sound absolutely daft...but I hold a lot of love for you sir. I am so grateful for your wisdom, and how it reminds me of my own wisdom. It never tells me to bow to it, instead it encourages and empowers me to find my own and hear my own voice and I love you for that. Thank you, sending you virtual hugs! I one day hope to meet you Graham and hug you. Thank you for being a light for consciousness. ❤

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Carlos Stephen Gomez-NicholsI live you Graham Hancock. Your very inspiring I hope my percentage of happiness rivals your book sales. "think for yourself, question authority@"- good quote

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Stephen O'CurranBut looking for my way out of big brother and survive but not yet , living simple as can 68 yrs old and still looking ...very hard to be optimistic .

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Noal ZimmermanTrue, "...meat robots..." ...or as HK-47 from "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic" so eloquently put it: "meatbag"...

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Keyvan Khajehdehi“We have to create culture, don't watch TV, don't read magazines, don't even listen to NPR. Create your own roadshow. The nexus of space and time where you are now is the most immediate sector of your universe, and if you're worrying about Michael Jackson or Bill Clinton or somebody else, then you are disempowered, you're giving it all away to icons, icons which are maintained by an electronic media so that you want to dress like X or have lips like Y. This is shit-brained, this kind of thinking. That is all cultural diversion, and what is real is you and your friends and your associations, your highs, your orgasms, your hopes, your plans, your fears. And we are told 'no', we're unimportant, we're peripheral. 'Get a degree, get a job, get a this, get a that.' And then you're a player, you don't want to even play in that game. You want to reclaim your mind and get it out of the hands of the cultural engineers who want to turn you into a half-baked moron consuming all this trash that's being manufactured out of the bones of a dying world.” ― Terence McKenna

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Chris PutnamThank you Graham! I am so grateful that you are able to expose these ideas to an audience who doesn't get to hear it enough.

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Georgie HicksI'm going to relay this to my two children this very evening. Thanks Graham. Hope you're feeling good and getting your strength back.

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Gowri Sankar" Very fundamental part of my soul........ is to doubt and ask. When you doubt and ask it gets little harder to believe " - Richard Feynman

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Curtis KilburnI pray your recovery is going well. You are such a hero to me. I keep you in my highest thoughts and prayers!

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Angela GriffithThank you for all your hard work and research, Mr. Hancock, I love to read your fascinating works. Absolutely brilliant!

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David LaBelleDamned. Fucking. Straight. This sick system of endless production and consumption needs to be derailed. The sooner the better. We need full automation so we can start figuring out our REAL purpose here. Toiling away at shitty jobs will not allow us to truly search for meaning in all of...”this”. 🌏

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Jacob HarrisI've enjoyed your work for decades now but this new stuff is really the best ever, thanks for sharing.

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Graham RedshawHmmm. That’s great if you we’re born into wealth as you we’re graham. And having been fortunate to be a natural intellectual. Most of the working classes in the uk know what wrong and right. Trouble is no one is listening.

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Chadly BadlyThe Earth is flat. You need to open your mind to the idea. A growing body of evidence that shit doesn't make sense is hurling to the surface.

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Bridget R. Korns"Meat Robots doing the business of the state or the big corporations." Yes, yes, yes. So right.

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Keith HiscockGurdjieff would say that most people react, very few act

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Jay M ArandaWant a Copy " 👽 and hows it going David

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Matt CurleyWhy didn't the Aliens in the Bermuda Triangle stop IRMA?

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Gail HowellThat's a cool cover!

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Lynne AttardiOr the Earthquake!

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Lynne AttardiWaiting for my copy!

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Karan RathoreAll are fake they earn trps

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Tonight! I hope you can catch the premier of Ancient Aliens episode Vol 10 Number 14: THE ALIEN DISKS

Ancient traditions from around the world speak of mysterious disk-shaped artifacts that held tremendous power. These sacred talismans were often said to connect man to the gods. Ancient Astronaut theorists propose that these disks were more than just sacred objects, and could represent some sort of extraterrestrial technology.
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Antony T Riverayassssss!

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Tina MaasI have a front row seat!

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Elizabeth JohnsonI'll be watching 💖

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Max BreakenridgeEdgar Lugo-Vasquez

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Lowetta MillerWill watch an dvr it. Never miss a show of Ancient Aliens.👍......:•|

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Travis SchaefferAs a ghost hunter, I love Ancient Aliens. Just showing some respect from our corner.

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Joey BartosNeed some ancient A in my life, this hurricane coming to fl has me needing some Giorgio and David c!

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Mike BurkhalterDVR is set.

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Karan RathoreFuck off script lier

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Gloria TuryIt was very interesting.

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Kathy Trunzo SowderGreat show!

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Hu Man InmonIt's time to challenge the intelligence of the audience. Cut out the teasing of theories previously proved inaccurate. More personal govt leakers, more math theory and odds, signals, less crop circles, misinformation, abductions.

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Michael Tellinger shared Dean Liprini's event.

SACRED SITES TOUR March 2018 with Michael Tellinger and Dean Liprini - Book HERE: sacredsitestours.co.za/2018-sacred-sites-adventure-…/
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Jason SwensonI am sorry.

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Steve GarciaI am really sorry to hear that. Jim was a terrific reporter on the JFK assassination. He will be sorely missed. He had a good long and productive life, and we could not expect him to live forever, but it will be strange to not have him on the beat anymore. Rest in peace, Jim! Thanks for all your efforts!

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Jackson TrumblySo sorry to hear. Rest in peace. Jim!

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Adam BakerMr. Jim will be missed indeed!

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Kathleen Wattsi am sorry to hear that : (

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Judy WaneSo sad at such a loss! RIP.....

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Ria RizotoMay he rest in peace.

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Lynn AndrewsI've enjoyed his videos and greatly respect the work he has done to share knowledge. My heart goes out to his family.

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Ken ReeceJim Marrs was so great to listen to. Great Loss.

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Ken ReeceDavid, are you going on the Sept. Cruise with Georgio ? If you don't go I might not book the trip. rsvp .

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Aaron Yohannanoh that is sad.

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Bruce AndersonBroke my heart. I have read almost all of his books. He knew how to dig for the truth.

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Hello Friends, I recently coauthored with Manu Seyfzadeh and Robert Bauval a paper that not only further supports the re-dating of the Great Sphinx (work pioneered by John Anthony West and me a generation ago), but also makes the case that there is an archive (or “Hall of Records”) under the Great Sphinx. The location of such an archive matches the subsurface chamber that Thomas Dobecki and I located using seismic techniques in the 1990s, but has yet to be explored. Here is a direct link to the paper, from which you can download the entire article for free as a pdf.

www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=77957

I would like to get permission from the Egyptian authorities to further explore this chamber. One of the critical factors is funding, so if you know a wealthy philanthropist who might be interested, they can contact me via my Boston University email address (included in the pdf of the paper; please do not contact me through Facebook as it is not secure and also I am rarely on this site due to time constraints).

This article complements and supports the work I have been pursuing for years. Parts of the paper may seem a bit detailed and technical (that is the nature of academia), but the implications are far reaching. In my opinion, this paper answers one of the major objections of the orthodox Egyptologists to an older Sphinx, namely that the statue is not mentioned in earliest dynastic inscriptions; we demonstrate that in fact the statue that was to become the Sphinx (it was a lioness at the time) is mentioned in inscriptions dating back to very early dynastic times, well prior to the time when orthodox Egyptologists claim the Sphinx was carved (circa 2500 BCE).

And now we know what the Sphinx looked like before the head was re-carved in dynastic times: she was a lioness named Mehit.
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Hello Friends, I recently coauthored with Manu Seyfzadeh and Robert Bauval a paper that not only further supports the re-dating of the Great Sphinx (work pioneered by John Anthony West and me a generation ago), but also makes the case that there is an archive (or “Hall of Records”) under the Great Sphinx. The location of such an archive matches the subsurface chamber that Thomas Dobecki and I located using seismic techniques in the 1990s, but has yet to be explored. Here is a direct link to the paper, from which you can download the entire article for free as a pdf. 

https://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=77957 

I would like to get permission from the Egyptian authorities to further explore this chamber. One of the critical factors is funding, so if you know a wealthy philanthropist who might be interested, they can contact me via my Boston University email address (included in the pdf of the paper; please do not contact me through Facebook as it is not secure and also I am rarely on this site due to time constraints). 

This article complements and supports the work I have been pursuing for years. Parts of the paper may seem a bit detailed and technical (that is the nature of academia), but the implications are far reaching. In my opinion, this paper answers one of the major objections of the orthodox Egyptologists to an older Sphinx, namely that the statue is not mentioned in earliest dynastic inscriptions; we demonstrate that in fact the statue that was to become the Sphinx (it was a lioness at the time) is mentioned in inscriptions dating back to very early dynastic times, well prior to the time when orthodox Egyptologists claim the Sphinx was carved (circa 2500 BCE). 

And now we know what the Sphinx looked like before the head was re-carved in dynastic times: she was a lioness named Mehit.

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Roger SpurrThis vid contains other research but at 6:20 or so you see the muumies BROKEN ribs and lung and liver...the 1st part is a new hominid species recently discovered. www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnZKeNim8T8&t=3s

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Roger SpurrProf...can you contact me please? I have some info about mummies INSIDE the Statues like this one...there is another in a video I did...I will also post.

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Bjorn Oppedal2Hello - how do u hope to get past the Ego of academia and fervent nationalism? Already ringing: "This is my greatest discovery.

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Tamer LabibInteresting

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Ellen McCurdyThank you so much

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Jason LambertAmazing! Keep at it Dr. Schoch!

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Karla MahoneyFantastic, Robert. Thanks for sharing with us.

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JW CarterInteresting concept.

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Brad HambyAnd you are right!!!

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Steven A SchwabYes!

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Derek Penningtonget Graham Hancock to fund you he must be loaded

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Dan Robertsonso, what will your utopia do w/ all the lazy people that will not do anything but use the system?

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Daniel FalkenbachYou and Santos Bonacci have that in common! Make a song together! 😛

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Rickey PaleyWow! You are very connected to the Akashic Records!

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Alexander Galbraith DickRemember that you also played the role of Joseph in the musical Joseph and the amazing technicolor dream coat 👍

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Spiral-Link Spiral-LinkOMG i LOVE your song, i Love so much in you, you are amazing, thank you!

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Stacy GauthierThat voice of yours is amazing! You still singing like That? I know you use your voice for great change on the planet, that too is a huge blessing! Thank you ❤

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Bradley HarrisWhat is your email? I have some great pictures of you Michael Tellinger. Citd and irvine events

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Gomati GilchristThe Bard now speaks his highest truths! Thanks for sharing this Michael. 💗

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Thom O'Leary"You're convinced you have defective genes." 😂 Now you've done some research into that...

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Lizelle KarinWe do....I even know that you studied Pharmacy ....

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Arlina RegosThat could be one of the 100 reasons why I love you so much! You are extremely talented and have more knowledge than an entire library of encyclopedias!

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Sharon SchollThose were the days My friend, thank you for All that you have become. 🙂

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Tish ScholtzGreat! Thank you Michael! You look a bit like George Clooney too!

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Chloe YeahMan Reeder🙂 i love it

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Jon OuelletteIm digging it. besides the flat Earth stuff....

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Frederikke ThorningI knew.... guess my stalker skills are pro. 🤣😉😁

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Pollard LindaI can't get this to play so I will try on YouTube. Hey go for Britain's Got Talent, and afterwards this would give you w wider platform for everything else?

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Divyo LuzOr dating on TINDER!!!

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Filip PerssonNice! 🙂

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Libby Mitchellnot suprized ... u r a light bearer sir ♥ blessu ♥

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Hey everyone, the new issue of WEX is at the printer! bit.ly/2uTQy9x

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David ConstableKlye a pyramid called chongos

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My dear friend and explorer researcher Sam Osmanagich, fouder of the Bosnian Pyramid has made a great new discovery - and existing ancient tunnel - discovered by accident while digging the other tunnels as they have been for the past several years. THis is a highly significant discovery - watch this space and find out more about this. Sam will be one of the many amazing speakers at the UBUNTU FESTIVAL - For Art, Music & Consciousness in South Africa 12-15 April 2018 - more details to come.
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Giovanni Francesco ForzanoTropi Granja

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Olivera MilivojevicDunja Kulenovich

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Sylvia Hirschberg EptonDavid Ambrosious

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Anne BursikAwesome! Wow that's so exciting👍

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With a little time to spare this holiday weekend, Katie made a new banner for me.

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Robert M Schoch, PhDThank you, both.

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Andrea Mikana-PinkhamI totally agree with Randy Davila's quote! 🙂

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Catherine UlisseyMe too! Thanks, Andrea.

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I just heard the news about the passing of John Major Jenkins (I am sharing Robert Bauval's photo that he linked me on). I had the pleasure of crossing paths with JMJ at a few conferences through the years (this photo was taken in Dubai). He certainly got us all thinking, in a serious manner, about the meaning of 2012 and the cycles of the Maya. He will be missed by many. ... See MoreSee Less

I just heard the news about the passing of John Major Jenkins (I am sharing Robert Bauvals photo that he linked me on). I had the pleasure of crossing paths with JMJ at a few conferences through the years (this photo was taken in Dubai). He certainly got us all thinking, in a serious manner, about the meaning of 2012 and the cycles of the Maya. He will be missed by many.

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Patricia HansSorry to hear this! Always good to keep an open mind. I would be curious Robert M Schoch, PhD - if you can provide a quote by him - that you think says a lot about the person? I did read his book on 2012 - there are several; but mostly recall him from commentaries.

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I helped to create this flyer to be handed out. The idea just came to me that one could possibly print this out and put it up in ones local ... library, shop, or wherever you can put it up! Just a thought 😉

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Hilary SweeneyWld be great. I wld def put a few up around locally ... is it ok to print

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SO many people say to me "It will never happen", and "Not in our lifetime." I figured that historically many experts who have said this have eaten their words. A harmony is created when different notes come together and make a pleasant sound. A harmonious environment is created when the elements are in balance. Fire inspires more fire. Like inspires Like. So I choose to be harmonious. I choo...

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Max BreakenridgeEdgar Lugo-Vasquez

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Charleen HuvalThat fella on Georgia's side has all the genetic markers of his paternal ancestors except for the extreme lack of hair.

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Kathy Templeton DasaniNice. Wish I could too. 🙂

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Cassandra DygertCletus Wingate😢😢😢😢

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Jennifer Anne RogersOOOHHHH! I wish I could GO! But I'm poor.... Love U and Giorgio!! 🤗💀👽👼👁️🐍🦅🏵️🌎🏜️🚀🛳️🌚🌞🌀🌟☄️⚛️♎🆙 !!

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Jessica AllenThat would be a blast

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Shane Laragod speed to both of you.. thank u for your work. live in camp verde love the book store

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Jason SwensonVery cool. Many more travels to you both

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John RossThought I was looking at a scene from Crocodile Dundee...

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Carol Zimmerman TurnerHi Jennifer!!!

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Kevin ReederYour wife is hot

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Jackson TrumblyBeautiful

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Michael Tellinger shared Sacred Sites of Southern Africa's event.

We have a few places left on this Equinox Adventure Tour - of Sacred Sites in South Africa. If you can take the time off - please join us for an experience that will change the way you see the world around us and your place in it. A deeply moving spiritual experience that makes us all grow in so many ways. See our BLOG HERE: sacredsitestours.co.za/
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Scott JunkinsThis would be so rad Matt Crimmins

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Sean McCarthyJustin Batista

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Esther BarbourWow! Sounds great. Wish I could go.

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Elizabeth EnglishWish I could go. Sounds like a trip of a lifetime!

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Rose TuryloMichael Woodruff, would you spring for my ticket....lol

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Ninad WalaEmma Uible Andrew Dykeman next year

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Ninad WalaJoe Jumpin Mankovecky this exists

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Joseph Joey KarwowskiThat is so freaking awesome, I would love, and dream of the opportunity to meet and hang out with you guys and talk theories. But I'm too broke and poor. Whoever gets to go is luckiest Ancient astronaut theorist ever.

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Dez McCoyGiorgio Carry-on

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Dez McCoyBears library Bar ONU Bruno Marrs Too Hot Hallelujah.

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Dez McCoyFightingIlliani.com Wendys Frosty

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Dez McCoyWGFA Radio RADIO FM

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Dez McCoyAAA.com/MyAccount Eye Of The Tiger Journey

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Dez McCoyKelly Clarkson Unbreakable

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Dez McCoyBig Brother Try Janis Joplin Maybe

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Going to be a great time! More info: https://www.heaventoearth.com/cruises/giorgio-tsoukalos-september-2017/

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Lynne AttardiLooks fabulous!

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Yvonne PalermoGreat night! Ty

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Sheila SawdonThank you for coming to Seattle! And a big thank you to everyone who helped make it happen. ✨

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Ragnar OkIt's illegal to use a legal name! Google: legal name fraud. Or visit kateofgaia.wordpress.com for more info! Have a great day:)

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Tina Larson-FugereThank you for coming and sharing with us here in Seattle! It was a long wait, and well worth it! ❤️

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LJ HalmrastDamn I wish I could go to Smithers!!! Is there anyone from Edmonton going there that could give me a ride?

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Kyle WhiteHI everybody

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John GordonUnrelated but I think the shapes like I'm new recent to your information we're symbolic with the very like geometry formations of life like the symbol for Life the symbol for the flower the symbol for the Tree of Life Etc and with the alignments The Way They Were being aligned with the planetary astronomy I think that's how it derive the energy now it's dilapidated in Ruins and ancient and the alignments of shifted since the time it was an active.

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Tomoko SaitoI missed you, MT. I was out of country. Please come back to Seattle again soon!

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Andrew ClotfelterTuning in. I always wanted to get to your bookstore. I'm in Tinley park and just haven't made it out there. Too cool.

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Gail Susan Taylorbeen to Durango lately?

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Gail Susan Taylorthank you

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Jules Mahpariawesome , thanks for this upload !

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Frank L JohnsonI wonder if he has ever heard ( even in passing ) about a crashed ufo in the Bronx NY ..Yes I know that sounds crazy but I'm asking for a good reason .

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Gabriel SaenzI wish I could meet you sir,and see what other video/pics that you have of extraterrestrials

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Emmanuel OrbeNice David

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Curtis CampbellGranite?

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Dave CordesVery cool!

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Sandra LeftwichAny idea how old?

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Joey BartosSardinia! Land of the giants! Great special aired recently. Happy birthday, Italy is the best!

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John RutkowskiWhat's David. Big hello from Cleveland OH. I love all the knowledge you drop.

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Carolyn Louise KaseyI wish you could see and read Bible I have named Oasphe. Very old. Mentions gods and aliens fire ships etc...

4 months ago
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Carol Zimmerman TurnerBeen there done that!!! In Sardinia! !!

4 months ago
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David ChildressLooks like a nice little place to live. No windows.

4 months ago
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Darrin ThompsonAwesome

4 months ago
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William Marco Tenacious BReally old culture nobody knows where they really come from, they keep inside there thoughts a really weird wisdom..that's a land of myths and legends..

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Hi everyone! Had a great time in Sardinia, Rome and Florence!
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Hi everyone! Had a great time in Sardinia, Rome and Florence!
Had my 60th Birthday having a pizza at the Leaning Tower!

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Jason GillilandHappy birthday

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Chris GrayHappy Birthday, David! 🎂

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Rosana ConcerFelicidades!

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Wendy CastilloHappiest of birthdays to you!! 🎂🍺

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Robin Mechelle EasterHappy Birthday!!!!! 🎂

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Dan MontoyaHappy birthday Super Dave!

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Jack HammonsHappy Birthday - may your candles continue shining light on the REAL truth.

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Allyson MaryHappy Birthday 🎈🎊

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Joyce Kemp YonkerHappy 60th Birthday David!!

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Ellie Malantrucolo-HarrisGreat way to spend a birthday. Many happy more

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Deirdre M. FoxI love you on Ancient Aliens xoxo

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Damien Webberlove the work you do

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Nihaad JarieHappy birthday David

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Carol Zimmerman TurnerHappy 60th Birthday David Hatcher Childress!!! Have a good time!!

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Teddy KotasHappy Birthday! Hope it was cosmic! youtu.be/dLc4NXNQ-Vc

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Gregory James SmithHappy Birthday David! You have the best speaking/intonation voice of anyone on the planet....keep up the great work!

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Deb McCannHAPPY BIRTHDAY! have an awesome day ~hugs & love~

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Max LandiHAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

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Clow McAllisterHappy Birthday.

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Philip John TaylorHappy birthday 🎉 hope you had a great time

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Claudia FrancoFeliz cumpleaños David!!!!!

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Julia ONeillHappy Birthday!

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Friends: I'll be on Jimmy Church's radio program Fade to Black this evening! Please help spread the word, if you think any of your friends might be interested. Katie and I connected with Jimmy at the enormous Contact in the Desert conference just last week (I shared the stage with him and others for a great panel discussion on ancient civilizations) and had a wonderful time. I'm looking forward to the in-depth discussion this evening! jimmychurchradio.com/
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Friends: Ill be on Jimmy Churchs radio program Fade to Black this evening! Please help spread the word, if you think any of your friends might be interested. Katie and I connected with Jimmy at the enormous Contact in the Desert conference just last week (I shared the stage with him and others for a great panel discussion on ancient civilizations) and had a wonderful time. Im looking forward to the in-depth discussion this evening! https://jimmychurchradio.com/

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Kalyn AnnJessica - here is one of my absolute favorites!! Dr. Robert M Schoch, PhD AND Jimmy Church! I will be adding them to my list of resources for you to check out...but well worth you checking out ahead of time 😀

5 months ago   ·  3
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Lisa Marie DemaCan't wait to listen!

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Kalyn AnnDr. Schoch - I had the immense fortune to hear your lectures and panels at CITD. I went to Egypt with John in 2016 and I was at the Sphinx at sunrise on the vernal equinox that year. I am sure you can understand the magic of that moment 🙂 I just wanted to thank you for your continued efforts to bring out our true human history and all you have endured to do so. I am currently listening to the Earth Ancients podcast with you and Robert Bauval, and I am now looking forward to the #f2b broadcast! A friend and I are actually in discussions about a trip to Gobekli Tepe! Hearts and fingers crossed! Cheers 🙂

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Kalyn AnnSalomé Rl <3

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David Hatcher Childress: The Lost World of Cham
I recorded this radio show last week about my new book, The Lost World of Cham. Have a listen.
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David Hatcher Childress: The Lost World of Cham David Childress, popular author and star of the History Channel’s show Ancient Aliens, brings us the incredible story of the Cham: Egyptian-Hindu-Buddhist seafarers who ruled a realm that was as big as the Pacific Ocean. The mysterious Cham, or Champa,...

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Alexander ParkerI miss seeing your input on ancient aliens. Guess I haven't watched the show in a while.

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Darrin ThompsonBig fan. Would love to hear you speak in person.

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Shelley Quinerthe lead in is too weird

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Pete PeekDear David The guys at AAT are struggling with some words to explain things, We Can explain Consciousness so you can enjoy it and more with basic words expressed correctly, Please invite me to your AAT group meeting, Have written our 22 year Pamphlet and desire to reveal to you guys before the World.. Pete Peek @ 301-335-6869

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Heather J ValentiI love the show, I love you guys 😊❤ I'm not sure if questions are allowed here, but if so where would someone find info on sleep paralysis, and I just watched an episode a few hours ago about birthmarks possibly being a mark from a tragic event in a past life, my birthmark is in a questionable area and I am definitely intrigued by that theory 😨 I would like to find more info on that as well 😊 thank you ❤

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An EPIC weekend of exploration into extraterrestrial life, ancient aliens,human origins, secret space program, crop circles, UFO sightings, contact experiences, interstellar living, and the “need to know” featuring -

This is Katie, posting for Robert. We are very much looking forward to this weekend!

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Ed MitchellI love your work Dr. Schoch.

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We are really diggin' David Hatcher Childress's new book. Get yours: bit.ly/2lku0so

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Lynne AttardiA reason to live.

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Wayne Kerrand when they finished they shut thier borders

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Babette LewisSounds good, I can wait for the movie.

8 months ago
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Carolyn Louise KaseyHi David. I have very old Bible speaks of the Fireships.

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Keenan Ivory ChristensenI need to get this one

8 months ago
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Melissa MendenhallHave u guys thought about creating a book aimed travel? Ik we want that 🙂 we r planning on summer rv trip and we r lacking a guide book or book aimed at ppl wanting to travel to all these wonderful places

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Melissa MendenhallOr some sort of an app where ppl can check in and have a recording or video pop up. Just an idea to make things more accessible 🙂

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Raúl Eduardo Ríos WeverComuníquese commigo por un medio seguro para ambos. Soy autor del libro (sin publicar) "Apocalipsis Decodificado" revelo todos, sí todos los simbolismos del apocalipsis en lenguaje coloquial, cotidiano. . .

7 months ago
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Иван АнтипинHello, David. I have information how to build an antigravity engine. My name is Ivan. I'm from Russia. Here the technological base is missing. It does not build. I own a technology driven output in the astral. While there, I learned how to do it. Also told how to cure cancer. And like a cancer appears in the body. I'll tell You about it. How many people can be saved. In Russia it is impossible, but the US is a country of ideas. Contact me. They still have a lot I can teach.

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Dear Facebook friends: With 2016 coming to a close, Katie and I wish you very happy holidays. Attached are a few images from our year: a lucky dance photo shoot for Katie (18 years post career), lots of conferences at which I was pleased to speak (we both enjoyed the events), magical trips to the ancient wonders (which we never take for granted and feel blessed to be able to visit and study), and a plethora of cheek-to-cheek "selfies" along the way (I take them, as my arms are a bit longer than Katie's). Wishing you everything good and wonderful in the coming year -- Robert Schoch and Catherine Ulissey ... See MoreSee Less

Dear Facebook friends: With 2016 coming to a close, Katie and I wish you very happy holidays. Attached are a few images from our year: a lucky dance photo shoot for Katie (18 years post career), lots of conferences at which I was pleased to speak (we both enjoyed the events), magical trips to the ancient wonders (which we never take for granted and feel blessed to be able to visit and study), and a plethora of cheek-to-cheek selfies along the way (I take them, as my arms are a bit longer than Katies). Wishing you everything good and wonderful in the coming year -- Robert Schoch and Catherine Ulissey