here we go again. let's see if these videos are ok with dw. there's a total of 10 videos.
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setting history free (1/10): graham hancock & david wilcock
from grahamhancockdotcom | 26. mai 2010
bringing together two inspirational investigators of our hidden past and uncertain future, this unique dialogue between david wilcock and graham hancock takes us on a roller-coaster ride through the wonders of ancient civilisations and into the mysterious nature of reality itself. what is the ark of the covenant? why is its loss the greatest riddle of the bible? has its final resting place been found? what do the great pyramids and the great sphinx of giza teach us? what was the function of the osireion and other awesome megalithic sites of unknown origin found throughout egypt? were the high knowledge and magic of ancient egypt brought to the nile valley by the survivors of an earlier civilisation around 12,500 years ago at the end of the last ice age, an epoch referred to in the book of the dead as zep tepi, "the first time"? the possibility of a great lost civilisation atlantis by any other name was the focus of hancock's book fingerprints of the gods and the dialogue considers the evidence for this exciting idea -- including out-of-place artefacts and technologies, ancient maps of the world as it last looked more than 12,500 years ago, and the mysteries of the mayan calendar. is it a computer for calculating the end of the world? or do its prophecies of a great change to come speak to us of a joyous rebirth of human consciousness after 21 december 2012? join hancock and wilcock as they discuss angkor in cambodia, baalbeck in the lebanon, underwater ruins submerged by rising sea levels all around the world at the end of the last ice age, and the alleged monuments and a gigantic sculpture of a human face on the planet mars. the dialogue concludes with a paradigm-busting investigation of parallel realms and universes, spirit beings, shamanism, visionary plants, and the role of altered states of consciousness in exploring and understanding the full mysterious spectrum of reality.
this video is so on point and really a perfect introduction to this material for beginners. i've watched it several times already and it just fills me with joy knowing that this movement is really gaining some critical steam and breaking through the artificial, elite-sanctioned thought barriers designed to keep us blind deaf and dumb.
i was able to show this to my terminally skeptical mom last night and her reaction was very favorable. it felt like, finally, you can see what i've been trying to tell you for so long. i feel like for the first time in a very long time, someone who's opinion of me really matters (to me) sees me as something other than a flighty daydreamer w/ highly questionalble sanity, sees there is something to my point of view. as funny as it sounds, it's a big breakthrough in our relationship and a huge relief for me personally. we all want to be "seen"
it was a great pleasure to see her mind being opened (and quite blown), see the expression in her eyes change like someone waking up from a long sleep. the look of awe and wonder on her face was priceless and filled me with happiness :d
fantastic video david. your tireless efforts are truly changing the world one person at a time (and i have the proof!:d)
Entangled by Graham Hancock. Anything else similar out there?
has anyone read it? what did you think?
i read it about 15 months ago and loved it! and i am desperate to read something similar to it and i wondered if anyone could recommend something? the thing is that i do not like fantasy. basically i want to read fiction containing themes from dc!
thanks in advance
Graham Hancock re:Antarctica
Since David interviewed Graham Hancock, I thought I could ask a question about "Fingerprints of the Gods", which I just finished by the way and risking sounding corny was a religious experience for me as was SFI. I mean really, we are talking about who we are as souls, of course, but as a species on this planet, it's time to get the answers we need to understand our history. Personally, I feel we volunteered to get duped so that we could evolve faster, but it's time for blast off. Sorry, that is rocketry terminology isn't it? It's time to float up.
Anyway, I was wondering if someone could clarify something I missed. Mr. Hancock sites evidence from the Ross Sea cores that Antarctica began getting cold about 15,000 BC and didn't completely freeze over until about 4,000 BC. He also mentions that the Golden Age First Time of Ancient Egypt might have begun around 13,000 BC where evidence is presented that a great agricultural experiment happened there until the great deluge around 10,400 BC or so. Atlantis is not mentioned as the missing civilization, but I believe as David does that nuclear war was the ultimate undoing of Atlantis which existed on modern day Antarctica. Hopefully, evidence will be found there. Perhaps explosions caused a 30 degree crustal displacement of Antarctica to the southern polar regions. Or, as SFI mentions, changing geometric grids could shift continents around.
But, the book also mentions that the last Ice Age began melting about 15,000 BC. Does anyone know what parts of the world were melting, besides the Wisconsin, while at the same time, Antarctica was beginning to freeze? Seems parts of the world were flash frozen, like northern Siberia, some froze more gradually like Antarctica, while other parts were melting.