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‘Magicians of the Gods’, lecture by Graham Hancock

This lecture covers Graham Hancock’s new research, which goes beyond what he had presented in his prior book titled “Fingerprints of the Gods“. 39 more words

Vincent Banial

Magicians Of The Gods – Published!

Excited to have received my copy here in the US today of the just-off-the-presses book “Magicians Of The Gods” by my friend, Graham Hancock. I pre-ordered the hardback out of the UK to get it faster and with the British cover (shown above). 203 more words

A Great Documentary about Geometry

The Spirit Science series was put together by Jordan Pearce, a young man whose sincerity and passion are unquestionable. I like the way he puts things together and this is highly recommended for anyone who’s interested in broadening their understanding of numbers and how they inter-relate with almost every aspect of human life.

Ian H Powell

From the web: One group of scientists look at vimana


Vimana, or flying craft, mentioned in the ancient Hindu texts were considered, by many modern scientists, as creations of myth. There is no proof that they existed, other than the documents that mention them. 501 more words

From The Web


Različite teorije o “hipotetskoj trećoj stranci”, koje su predložili vodeći egiptolozi, kao objašnjenje za jednu od najvećih zagonetaka egipatske povijesti i kronologije. Arheološki dokaz upućuje na to da su se olmečka i egipatska civilizacija pojavile iznenada i posve razvijene. 1,008 more words


Why is Wall of Destruction my first book?

A few years ago I picked up a book by Graham Hancock called “Fingerprints of the Gods” that changed the way I thought of history. I have been a history nut since my school days but in this book Mr. 588 more words

Day 3 - The Longest Book

For Day 3 of the challenge, I thought I’d actually try the day 3 post – must be feeling conventional today :)

I was a little stumped on this one as I’ve not necessarily read lots of l-o-n-g books. 740 more words