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Who doesn't know Graham Hancock? Even without his many controversial claims, he is a truly gifted thinker, writer and speaker. However, when you add in his thought-provoking nature, you get a lesser-psychedelic-but-more-encyclopedic Terrence McKenna. He is nothing if not a culture hero.

Originally a journalist, he was an East Africa Correspondent for The Economist and covered the Ogaden war between Somalia and Ethiopia for the London Sunday Times. Today, he is recognized as an unconventional thinker who raises controversial questions about humanity’s past. Best known for his theories of a "mother culture" from which he believes other ancient civilizations sprang, he also writes about Earth changes, stone monuments or megaliths, altered states of consciousness, ancient myths, and astronomical or astrological data from the past.

Here is the most complete compilation of his videos you will find online. Sadly, many are low quality, but it is the best I could do.

Please share any other videos you may have, or your better quality versions. Thank you in advance!

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  • “Human history has become too much a matter of dogma taught by ‘professionals’ in ivory towers as though it’s all fact. Actually, much of human history is up for grabs. The further back you go, the more that the history that’s taught in the schools and universities begins to look like some kind of faerie story.”
    -Graham Hancock
  • “Ancient Egypt, like that of the Olmecs (Bolivia), emerged all at once and fully formed. Indeed, the period of transition from primitive to advanced society appears to have been so short that it makes no kind of historical sense. Technological skills that should have taken hundreds or even thousands of years to evolve were brought into use almost overnight — and with no apparent antecedents whatever.”
    -Graham Hancock
  • “We learn that they arrived in Mexico “from across the sea in a boat that moved by itself without paddles,” and that Quetzalcoatl was regarded as having been “the founder of cities, the framer of laws and the teacher of the calendar.”
    -Graham Hancock
  • “What is remarkable is that there are no traces of evolution from simple to sophisticated, and the same is true of mathematics, medicine, astronomy and architecture and of Egypt’s amazingly rich and convoluted religio-mythological system (even the central content of such refined works as the Book of the Dead existed right at the start of the dynastic period). The majority of Egyptologists will not consider the implications of Egypt’s early sophistication…Look at a 1905 automobile and compare it to a modern one. There is no mistaking the process of `development’. But in Egypt there are no parallels. Everything is right there at the start. The answer to the mystery is of course obvious but, because it is repellent to the prevailing cast of modern thinking, it is seldom considered.”
    -Graham Hancock
  • “No, the problem at Göbekli Tepe is the pristine, sudden appearance, like Athena springing full-grown and fully armed from the brow of Zeus, of what appears to be an already seasoned civilization so accomplished that it “invents” both agriculture and monumental architecture at the apparent moment of its birth.”
    -Graham Hancock
  • “The Maya knew the time taken by the moon to orbit the earth. Their estimate of this period was 29.528395 days — extremely close to the true figure of 29.530588 days computed by the finest modern methods. The Mayan priests also had in their possession very accurate tables for the prediction of solar and lunar eclipses and were aware that these could occur only within plus or minus eighteen days of the node (when the moon’s path crosses the apparent path of the sun).”
    -Graham Hancock
  • “If ever a society could be said to meet all the mythological criteria of the next lost civilization — a society that ticks all the boxes — is it not obvious that it is our own? Our pollution and neglect of the majestic garden of the earth, our rape of its resources, our abuse of the oceans and the rainforests, our fear, hatred and suspicion of one another multiplied by a hundred bitter regional and sectarian conflicts, our consistent track record of standing by and doing nothing while millions suffer, our ignorant, narrow-minded racism, our exclusivist religions, our forgetfulness that we are all brothers and sisters, our bellicose chauvinism, the dreadful cruelties that we indulge in, in the name of nation, or faith, or simple greed, our obsessive, competitive, ego-driven production and consumption of material goods and the growing conviction of many, fuelled by the triumphs of materialist science, that matter is all there is — that there is no such thing as spirit, that we are just accidents of chemistry and biology — all these things, and many more, in mythological terms at least, do not look good for us.”
    -Graham Hancock

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