Magicians of the Gods: The Forgotten Wisdom of Earth's Lost Civilisation by Graham Hancock. His books include Lords of Poverty, The Sign and the Seal, Fingerprints of the Gods, Keeper of Genesis (released in the US as Message of the Sphinx), The Mars Mystery, Heaven's Mirror (with wife Santha Faiia), Underworld: The Mysterious Origins of Civilization, Talisman: Sacred Cities, Secret Faith (with co-author Robert Bauval), Supernatural: Mee. Not in Worldwide?

Twenty years on, Hancock returns with the sequel to his seminal work filled with completely new, scientific and archaeological evidence, which has only recently come to light... To see what your friends thought of this book. This is a summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book, Sextant: A Voyage Guided by the Stars and the Men Who Mapped the World’s Oceans, The Life and Adventures of John Nicol, Mariner, A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa (Illustrated), Cangalli: An American Company Searches for an Ancient River of Gold, Origin And Fall of the Alamo, March 6, 1836, The First Voyage around the World (1519-1522), 25 Brave Men: Tales from an Arctic Journey, Dream Time Magic and Other Australian Legends: A Quick Read Book, Indian War and Civil War on the Western Frontier: The Indian War Of 1864 And The Lyon Campaign in Missouri in 1861 (2 Volumes In 1). by Thomas Dunne Books.

So even if you have read all his other book, read this one too. on October 25, 2020. (p. 165) ... Magicians of the Gods meticulously details the global catastrophe that occurred about 12,000 years ago. It demands the expansion of a "standard framework" from which we have learned history and view our world today. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof.

Therefore, this review will certainly be biasly written in the positive. You've successfully reported this review. Had Hancock investigated a little further down in the, Oh, but you’ve caught on. He doesn't force you to believe his findings, but rather presents his evidence and why counter arguments do not seem valid.

Late last year a 31 km wide crater was discovered deep under the ice on Greenland, dating back roughly 12 thousand years, just as Hancock predicted. His latest book is full of new details as the science community is starting to admit that his ideas might just be correct. I will certainly continue in the quest to learn more. © 2010-2020 Jason Colavito. The words change, but the song remains the same.

Pick up this book and you won't be disappointed - I could barely put it down! The idea of a comet impact ending the Younger Dryas period, as well as devastating a possible ancient civilization are very compelling. graham - self-publish! Magicians of the Gods book. Hancock, as usual, has researched the topic thoroughly and professionally, and he succeeds in supporting his thesis that ours is not the first advanced civilization this planet has had, and more importantly, makes a great case for the prior civilization having fallen during a planetary cataclysm of proportions only seen in extreme Hollywood blockbusters.

The two "elephants" with distinctive dividing lines, as seen in an early photo from the Library of Congress. Why are the Easter Island Moais supposed to have been carved and put in place just about 700 years ago, when some are buried in sedimentation that would have taken at least ten thousand years to build up? It also includes images of many of the artifacts referred to in the book so you have an actual image to match the image in your mind based on the descriptions given in the book.

Refresh and try again. You know the saying: There's no time like the present...unless you're looking for a distraction from the current moment. The book is mostly about the huge, recently discovered, archaeology site in Turkey, dating back to 9,600 B.C. Start by marking “Magicians of the Gods: The Forgotten Wisdom of Earth's Lost Civilization” as Want to Read: Error rating book. This chapter begins by recapping the story of Noah’s Ark and then speculating that Göbekli Tepe is in the same general vicinity of the earth as the mountains of Ararat, so it might have been the home of the antediluvian sages remembered as the Watchers and the Apkallu.

Graham Hancock's multi-million bestseller Fingerprints of the Gods remains an astonishing, deeply controversial, wide-ranging investigation of the mysteries of our past and the evidence for Earth's lost civilization. You need a Worldwide address to shop on our Worldwide store. It is not so much that Hancock refers to burial sites/excavations in far-flung regions of the world as if you have read all of his previous work where these were mentioned, but the book does not offer really anything so interesting in the way of theories. I'm intrigued by the idea of a lost civilisation and its survivors seeding our first great civilisations. Thanks!

There is more information, especially of the reputed scientific variety, and almost no irrelevant personal travelogue stories. Graham Hancock discusses new evidence for an ancient lost civilization and the disaster that led to its end. Not as "way out there" as most hypotheses. Its a bit long at almost 500 pages, but well worth the read. Other than a highly unfortunate detour into "the face on Mars" it remains an excellent documentary, narrated by Charlton Heston. In fact, Hancock’s old news is also wrong news. Available on Compatible NOOK Devices and the free NOOK Apps. Twenty years on, Hancock returns with the sequel to his seminal work filled with completely new, scientific and archaeological evidence, which has only recent.

Consequently we'll have to deeply reconsider the origins and developments of human civilization, as the possibility of there having been a technologically sophisticated civilization before us is realized. What I appreciate about Graham is that he is very good at presenting evidence, even if it is sometimes a small amount, that causes the reader to ask additional questions, if not at least consider the possibility that his theories are correct. Hancock, in the opening address puts forward his central premise: The arrival of two comets, some 12800 and 11600 years ago, destroyed an advanced civilisation where the survivors told of a time when 'mankind had fallen out of harmony with the universe'. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information.

Also worth watching are the "Magical Egypt" series from JA West and "The Pyramid Code" on Netflix that features Hancock.

LEND ME ® See Details. Every piece of evidence against that status quo, and there are many that by themselves would destroy the entire picture, was discarded, if considered at all, as an exception. Buy As Gift. I can't stop talking about this book, seriously! Furthermore, his book paints a convincing picture of what this cataclysm was, showing the proof still to be seen in the geological and archeological record, as well as in our racial memory (in the form of legends and even common motifs in monuments and other artifacts). Read "Magicians of the Gods Summary" by InstantRead Summaries available from Rakuten Kobo. “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?

Something smelled for me regarding the history of humanity as it's been agreed upon by the establishment.

If only more scholars took this approach, we'd be on a faster track to discovering more about our history as a species. Who were the people that were able to build the lower levels of Gunung Padang, in modern Indonesia, around 20,000 years ago?

Looks like you're in Netherlands. I think Graham's work is important in that it encourages critical thinking. Welcome back. That is actually the. From a traditional historical perspective it sounds completely wild, but we might actually be a species with complete amnesia of a large part of o.

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Magicians of the Gods: The Forgotten Wisdom of Earth's Lost Civilisation by Graham Hancock. His books include Lords of Poverty, The Sign and the Seal, Fingerprints of the Gods, Keeper of Genesis (released in the US as Message of the Sphinx), The Mars Mystery, Heaven's Mirror (with wife Santha Faiia), Underworld: The Mysterious Origins of Civilization, Talisman: Sacred Cities, Secret Faith (with co-author Robert Bauval), Supernatural: Mee. Not in Worldwide?

Twenty years on, Hancock returns with the sequel to his seminal work filled with completely new, scientific and archaeological evidence, which has only recently come to light... To see what your friends thought of this book. This is a summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book, Sextant: A Voyage Guided by the Stars and the Men Who Mapped the World’s Oceans, The Life and Adventures of John Nicol, Mariner, A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa (Illustrated), Cangalli: An American Company Searches for an Ancient River of Gold, Origin And Fall of the Alamo, March 6, 1836, The First Voyage around the World (1519-1522), 25 Brave Men: Tales from an Arctic Journey, Dream Time Magic and Other Australian Legends: A Quick Read Book, Indian War and Civil War on the Western Frontier: The Indian War Of 1864 And The Lyon Campaign in Missouri in 1861 (2 Volumes In 1). by Thomas Dunne Books.

So even if you have read all his other book, read this one too. on October 25, 2020. (p. 165) ... Magicians of the Gods meticulously details the global catastrophe that occurred about 12,000 years ago. It demands the expansion of a "standard framework" from which we have learned history and view our world today. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof.

Therefore, this review will certainly be biasly written in the positive. You've successfully reported this review. Had Hancock investigated a little further down in the, Oh, but you’ve caught on. He doesn't force you to believe his findings, but rather presents his evidence and why counter arguments do not seem valid.

Late last year a 31 km wide crater was discovered deep under the ice on Greenland, dating back roughly 12 thousand years, just as Hancock predicted. His latest book is full of new details as the science community is starting to admit that his ideas might just be correct. I will certainly continue in the quest to learn more. © 2010-2020 Jason Colavito. The words change, but the song remains the same.

Pick up this book and you won't be disappointed - I could barely put it down! The idea of a comet impact ending the Younger Dryas period, as well as devastating a possible ancient civilization are very compelling. graham - self-publish! Magicians of the Gods book. Hancock, as usual, has researched the topic thoroughly and professionally, and he succeeds in supporting his thesis that ours is not the first advanced civilization this planet has had, and more importantly, makes a great case for the prior civilization having fallen during a planetary cataclysm of proportions only seen in extreme Hollywood blockbusters.

The two "elephants" with distinctive dividing lines, as seen in an early photo from the Library of Congress. Why are the Easter Island Moais supposed to have been carved and put in place just about 700 years ago, when some are buried in sedimentation that would have taken at least ten thousand years to build up? It also includes images of many of the artifacts referred to in the book so you have an actual image to match the image in your mind based on the descriptions given in the book.

Refresh and try again. You know the saying: There's no time like the present...unless you're looking for a distraction from the current moment. The book is mostly about the huge, recently discovered, archaeology site in Turkey, dating back to 9,600 B.C. Start by marking “Magicians of the Gods: The Forgotten Wisdom of Earth's Lost Civilization” as Want to Read: Error rating book. This chapter begins by recapping the story of Noah’s Ark and then speculating that Göbekli Tepe is in the same general vicinity of the earth as the mountains of Ararat, so it might have been the home of the antediluvian sages remembered as the Watchers and the Apkallu.

Graham Hancock's multi-million bestseller Fingerprints of the Gods remains an astonishing, deeply controversial, wide-ranging investigation of the mysteries of our past and the evidence for Earth's lost civilization. You need a Worldwide address to shop on our Worldwide store. It is not so much that Hancock refers to burial sites/excavations in far-flung regions of the world as if you have read all of his previous work where these were mentioned, but the book does not offer really anything so interesting in the way of theories. I'm intrigued by the idea of a lost civilisation and its survivors seeding our first great civilisations. Thanks!

There is more information, especially of the reputed scientific variety, and almost no irrelevant personal travelogue stories. Graham Hancock discusses new evidence for an ancient lost civilization and the disaster that led to its end. Not as "way out there" as most hypotheses. Its a bit long at almost 500 pages, but well worth the read. Other than a highly unfortunate detour into "the face on Mars" it remains an excellent documentary, narrated by Charlton Heston. In fact, Hancock’s old news is also wrong news. Available on Compatible NOOK Devices and the free NOOK Apps. Twenty years on, Hancock returns with the sequel to his seminal work filled with completely new, scientific and archaeological evidence, which has only recent.

Consequently we'll have to deeply reconsider the origins and developments of human civilization, as the possibility of there having been a technologically sophisticated civilization before us is realized. What I appreciate about Graham is that he is very good at presenting evidence, even if it is sometimes a small amount, that causes the reader to ask additional questions, if not at least consider the possibility that his theories are correct. Hancock, in the opening address puts forward his central premise: The arrival of two comets, some 12800 and 11600 years ago, destroyed an advanced civilisation where the survivors told of a time when 'mankind had fallen out of harmony with the universe'. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information.

Also worth watching are the "Magical Egypt" series from JA West and "The Pyramid Code" on Netflix that features Hancock.

LEND ME ® See Details. Every piece of evidence against that status quo, and there are many that by themselves would destroy the entire picture, was discarded, if considered at all, as an exception. Buy As Gift. I can't stop talking about this book, seriously! Furthermore, his book paints a convincing picture of what this cataclysm was, showing the proof still to be seen in the geological and archeological record, as well as in our racial memory (in the form of legends and even common motifs in monuments and other artifacts). Read "Magicians of the Gods Summary" by InstantRead Summaries available from Rakuten Kobo. “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?

Something smelled for me regarding the history of humanity as it's been agreed upon by the establishment.

If only more scholars took this approach, we'd be on a faster track to discovering more about our history as a species. Who were the people that were able to build the lower levels of Gunung Padang, in modern Indonesia, around 20,000 years ago?

Looks like you're in Netherlands. I think Graham's work is important in that it encourages critical thinking. Welcome back. That is actually the. From a traditional historical perspective it sounds completely wild, but we might actually be a species with complete amnesia of a large part of o.

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