The global transformation platform lives in history, the physical planet, ancient civilizations, and our global consciousness. We may not be aware of the global events that impacted our world throughout the centuries, but most of the time, we understand if we take care of the planet, it will take care of us because of them. Global cosmic cataclysmic episodes resonate with us for a reason.
Graham Hancock, a world-renowned best-selling author, feels it resonates with us through our consciousness because most of the world’s transformations are still mysteries. It is our global consciousness that shares hundreds of thousands of years of collective experience as one world. The mysteries discussed during a LondonReal.tv interview with Brian Rose begins with the discussion that humankind is thousands of years older than we ever imagined.
During the LondonReal.tv interview, Graham Hancock discusses his book, America Before: The Key to Earth’s Lost Civilisation. During the interview, the book is broken down into some of its most interesting mysteries, hypotheses, and relevant facts. The first fact discussed is humans have been in the Americas thousands of years before was originally supposed.
It’s now thought human activity dates back to 25,000 years ago. Twenty-five thousand years ago predates by thousands of years, the previous and long-accepted Clovis Hypothesis. The ongoing interview discussion on the Clovis Hypothesis is when you realize Graham Hancock’s interview may change your perspective of the world around you while also opening you up to a new consciousness.
The Clovis Hypothesis is a premise that archeologists held as a foundation fact as to when human activity began. Scientific literature now reveals that the first Americans turned up at least 18,000 years ago, if not before. The true surprise doesn’t only revolve around how far off we’ve been in the origin of human activity.
One of the biggest surprises is how humans arrived in the Americas, which was by boat. That and the fact that wold civilizations were far removed from the other. As far as we know, there was no way for one prehistoric civilization to communicate with another, yet they were almost identical in many different components.
It’s why Graham Hancock calls these civilizations and time the forgotten episode of human history. It’s a forgotten episode because somewhere and sometime after the human activity began within the Americas, there was a cataclysmic experience. It’s thought the cataclysmic event happened around 15,000 years ago.
Though it’s known the cataclysmic event may have wiped out the civilizations in the Americas before it occurred, who were these people? Where did these people go, how did they live, and what can we learn from their existence if we can’t find most of what they left behind?
Every civilization grasps with mortality and finite ends. Most of us understand that humanity could be swept away at any time by almost anything from humanmade activities to cosmic related events. The past can guide us if we let it, and its message to us often revolves around is how humanity is so very interesting but fragile.
That’s where the interview gets even more interesting because while watching best-selling author Graham Hancock you realize his compelling storytelling takes him to the top of the academic and human interest categories. Graham Hancock is brilliant at presenting hypothesis and data that leave questions open-ended. Graham Hancock doesn’t do this unknowingly; rather, he wants us to decide for ourselves what we believe based on his meticulous research and solid facts.
In the next part of the interview, Graham Hancock describes his Ayahuasca experience. It’s then you may feel yourself become somewhat curious, a bit intrigued, and very unsure all at the same time. There are 12 Ayahuasca ceremonies, which as a side point, Mr. Hancock states he feels all presidential candidates should participate in before running for office at the 1:09:41 point in the interview.
He goes on to explain during the ceremonies; you receive almost perfect recall of everything in your life of everything that made you into the person you are today. The Ayahuasca experience does help you determine what your motives were for most of your life choices, but sometimes it won’t be a shining hero you find at the end of reviewing those choices. Rather Graham Hancock suggests some of us may find out we’re not all that nice at all.
That may or may not surprise some people, but it’s fascinating to hear the compelling reasons that the natural but powerful drugs used during the ceremonies are enlightening. That is why he thinks the war on drugs is a conspiracy. He states there’s hope in America as some of the laws are shifting, and he hopes that shift makes its way into England.
Graham Hancock goes on to relate how he feels there’s not been a worldwide paradigm shift in what we know and why we know it regarding the beginning of human activity on Earth. Much of the paradigm shift now comes from genetic testing of DNA around the world. This genetic testing is showing us connections between Australasia and South America, as well as more sites in the Amazon basin yet to be explored.
Every earthwork or megalithic structure around the world has meaning. It’s known that the Amazon is full of geometry, and it’s the same geometry that’s in Stonehenge, the Great Pyramid, and Mississippi Valley.
In the end, life’s journey is all about love. The rest of what goes on around us is important to our learning, our living, and our surviving, but none of it is more important than the love we have and give to others. Humanity is full of hope, but hope and humanity don’t come from global superpower countries, rather hope and salvation lie within each of us.
Graham Hancock’s final thoughts have more to do with love and family than an intellectual thesis yet they are connected. Because all of us have journeys to make and families to love and while we may not find out during our lifetime what a 25,000-year-old civilization wanted us to know, it’s important to remember that perhaps one day, the world will find out and be the better because of it.
00:00 | Trailer
03:14 Brian’s thoughts on the episode
05:28 Brian’s introduction
06:22 Unexpected health issues with lessons learned
09:49 How Graham researched and wrote his latest book, America Before
15:02 Early near-death experience influenced him
16:03 Scientific discoveries validate his hypothesis, but there is ideological war over our past
30:50 America is so interesting as it is rich in resources and yet was supposed to have limited pre-history
34:35 America was central to the cataclysmic event that took place across the world
42:38 What that cataclysm did to civilization
48:33 Reaction to his opinion that 130,000 years ago people were cleverer than those in the 18th Century
50:51 Amazon rain forest earthwork findings all need to be explained for which DNA may prove helpful
55:55 How Graham keeps up to date with new findings in this field
58:10 These new structures challenge not only the scientific community but the political community too
1:03:35 We truly are all one family, incredibly blessed to be living on this beautiful planet deserving our care
1:06:34 We must learn from the past, yet despite more information available, the number of wars increases
1:08:16 How Graham thinks Americans will react to his new book
1:09;41 Why he says any presidential candidates should participate in 12 Ayahuasca ceremonies
1:13:22 Graham’s own history with Ayahuasca
1:19:02 He thinks the war on drugs is a conspiracy, giving his views on some drug legalisation in America
1:24:27 What he learned from his recent Ayahuasca ceremony
1:28:05 What he hopes to achieve in the next 5-10 years
1:30:38 Graham’s ego
1:31:36 His daily habits
1:36:29 Graham’s super power
1:37:58 What keeps him awake at night
1:39:59 How the 49 years old Graham differed to his 69 years old self
1:43:37 Society will change with our greater understanding of the past
1:44:23 Success secrets
1:45:08 Best advice ever received
1:46:08 Advice to the young person watching
1:47:29 Big promotional tour for America Before
1:48:41 Brian is summing up.
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