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Graham Hancock is not only one of the most original thinkers of our age, he is truly the model for what scientists need to be in our new era - open to new concepts and ideas, able... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Zurls
So basically in the 400+ pages or whatever (it's been a couple months since I've read it), Graham is simply saying the following: the human archaetype of going under a massive... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Mean Ween
Graham Hancock has published 30 books, the best known so far perhaps being Fingerprints of the Gods. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Roberta Parry
Amazing book. Graham Hancock is excellent writer who allows the average reader to understand complex theories.Published 1 month ago by Little Mama 1010
Love the author's use of our language, the reading is superb and the historical content and report of actual experiences is enlightening. Thanks.Published 2 months ago by Shiikis
Unbelievable book! Graham is one of my hero's his works are fantastic across the board. I'll be going to peru to dive deep sometime soon. #AyahuascaPublished 2 months ago by brandon
This posting will be very short, as I am trained in the field of anthropology (in which I hold a Masters degree) and therefore logically criticize the autodidactic culture punditry... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Umbra Carmine Dobbin