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#106 A Human Civilization Before Ours?

Posted: September 22nd, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Life | 8 Comments »

I recently watched a video of David Wilcock & Graham Hancock sitting down together, discussing data around a subject which mainstream archeology has yet to successfully publish.

It concerns a civilization which potentially existed at least 12,000 years ago.

A possible civilization with technologies and a level of intelligence that far exceed its time.

Below is the description of the May 2010 YouTube video:

“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 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? The possibility of a great lost civilisation Atlantis by any other name was the focus of Graham Hancock’s book Fingerprints of the Gods and the dialogue considers the evidence for this exciting idea – including out-of-place artifacts and technologies, ancient maps of the world as it last looked more than 12,500 years ago, and the mysteries of the Mayan calendar. 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, the alleged monuments and a gigantic sculpture of a human face on the planet Mars. The dialogue concludes with a paradigm-busting investigation into the full mysterious spectrum of reality.”

Now, I’m not the kind of person who’d invest time into speculations, opinions or claims.

The reason why this interaction intrigued me was because of the large amounts of solid facts provided throughout the discussion.

If you’re interested in truth rather than news, I highly endorse it for your viewing.

With time, us humans are able to eventually resolve more and more mysteries.

I hope this video adds value to your life in that sense:

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8 Comments on “#106 A Human Civilization Before Ours?”

  1. 1 #106 A Human Civilization Before Ours? | All Mysteries said at 8:03 am on September 25th, 2010:

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