by Graham Hancock
November 03, 2019

from TruthComesToLight Website




Gobekli Tepe

Image source:

National Geographic


Graham Hancock argues there were not sudden "inventions" of new and previously unknown skills, but a transfer of technology to hunter-gatherers from the survivors of a more advanced "lost" civilization.

These survivors were remembered by later cultures under such names such as,

  • 'the Sages'

  • 'the Magicians'

  • 'the Shining Ones'

  • 'the Mystery Teachers of Heaven'

They travelled the world in their great ships doing all in their power to keep the spark of civilization burning.

They settled at key locations where new archeological discoveries are now being unearthed:

...and across the Pacific where a huge pyramid has recently been discovered in Indonesia.

Graham Hancock is the author of the major international non-fiction bestsellers including,

His public lectures, radio and TV appearances, including two major TV series, 'Quest for The Lost Civilization' and 'Flooded Kingdoms of the Ice Age,' as well as his strong presence on the Internet, have put his ideas before audiences of tens of millions.

He has become recognized as an unconventional thinker who raises resonant questions about humanity's past and about our present predicament.



A physical and intellectual journey, a worldwide exploration looking for the ancient ruins of a lost civilization, this video follows clues in ancient scriptures and mythology and in the scientific evidence of the flood that swept the Earth at the end of the last Ice Age.


This video explores the question of early humans swept away by the catastrophe.


Who were these populations - pre-civilized hunter-gatherers or more sophisticated peoples altogether?

Some 6,000 or 7,000 years ago in Mesopotamia, civilization has been with mankind for many millennia longer.


Examines which coastal areas vanished beneath the sea as the ice melted at the end of the last Ice Age, a catastrophic inundation we find in the Flood myths of most of the world's traditional religions.


Goes diving and finds,

  • in some cases, incontrovertible ruins

  • in other cases the piles of stone might well be natural rock formations,

...but Hancock argues for their human origins.