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Graham Hancock on The Ark of the Covenant, Rethinking the Age of Egypt and the Evolution of Man

Nov 2, 2011 • 4 comments • 1121 views
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Graham Hancock is a former journalist  and a passionatel writer, who has authored and hosted documentaries about ancient civilizations, altered states of consciousness, ancient myths and lost knoweldge of perished civilizations. 

 

In this episode of the The Joe Rogan Experience, Graham discusses the different facts aquired from his travels in Ethiopia , all pointing to the location of the keeper of biblical mysticism: The Ark itself, as within Ethiopia.

 

Graham also details his evidence for ancient Egypt's greatest architectural relics as having a much earlier date: approx 15,000 b.c., He covers various facts from the ancient writings themselves, to proof of weather erosion, which couldn't have occured at the conventional dating of the pyramids and the Great Sphynx at Gyza. Needless to say, Graham's alternative dating of history could shake the very comfortable foundation of all the world's historians and accepted understanding of ancient people, hence by and large, the academic circles dismiss any alternative evidence, which reveals in a rather uncomfortable light how academics function within their circles.

 

The most fascinating part of the first hour, is Graham's account of the origins of human consciousnes as arising from psychedelic controlled ritual practices. This leads into arguments for the separation of consciousness and the brain, getting ito the supernatural realm.  Graham discusses the state's dangerous control of limiting human consciousness in the War on Drugs and the state's congression of individual's exploration of their own spiritual path, which in fact is not in the public interest and actually functions against it. Politics itself is dissected in the coming segments.

 

 

 

Graham Hancock's webpage:  http://www.grahamhancock.com

Comments
Very interesting.

Gary Vey puts the Ark in Yemen: http://www.viewzone.com/protocanaanite22.html

Andrew Power puts it in Ireland: http://breakfornews.com/returntotara/homepage.htm

While Laurence Garner places emphasis on the Ark's contents: http://graal.co.uk/lostsecretslecture.php

Nassim Haramein on the (flying) Ark of the Covenant (pt.1/2):




Gosh! What a puzzle...


11.09.11 •
indeed, a puzzle. It's funny how all of them seem convincing.
11.10.11 •
hehe..

"What the thinker thinks, the prover proves." ~ Robert Anton Wilson

11.10.11 •
brilliant quote, haven't heard it before ! YEs Yes yes, so true. But even within science itself. We live in a great big rabbit hole, which gets deeper and deeper.
11.12.11 •
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