Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast

Our good friend Graham Hancock appeared once again on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast yesterday, joined by 'renegade scholar' Randall Carlson for a three and a half hour discussion on ancient cataclysms and lost civilisations. I still haven't got through the whole thing (3.5 hours!), but what I've listened to so far has been a fun and enlightening discussion touching on many of the issues raised in Graham's most recent book, Magicians of the Gods (available from Amazon US and Amazon UK).


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I listened to this one the other day and it was excellent! I listened to two more Hancock episodes after that.

Relating to the rising oceans and super floods, I was watching something on YouTube about underwater ruins and possible civilizations underwater off the coast of India. Very interested in learning more about lost history.

Hancock says we are a species whom have a case of amnesia. There's just something really cool about this genre to me.

Out of place objects, strange carbon dating. What were the forgotten civilizations like? I know these type of thoughts went into Milius's Conan the Barbarian. That's a great commentary btw if you have the dvd.

One great part of this podcast, lately it why ice been listening to during/after work, is how they have a taste of victory with the bobekli tepe in Turkey. It's very old and does give these guys theories some credit because we find things that defy the norm and force re investigating our ideas.

I don't know if anyone here knows Joe but a few interesting topics of love to hear discussed are plectocene re-wilding, the author of the body electric, salvia devinorum, and after talking to a Native American and my own experience in Alaska the little Indians/people. If he has let me know!

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