Hello, brothers and sisters.
The good folks at Bear and Company recently mailed us a new release that’s been keeping us up nights.
Lost Knowledge of the Ancients is a collection of essays curated by Graham Hancock at his website. This volume gathers these contributions together in print for the first time and the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
A book of essays by various authors certainly encourages grazing more than cover-to-cover reading, but no matter where one begins or ends this exploration of possible histories, one finds unexpected connections.
Lost’ includes essays by Robert Bauval, Mark Booth, Richard Hoagland, Robert Schoch, John Anthony West and Hancock himself. While the book is wide-ranging, covering topics from pole shifts to quantum philosophy to antediluvian history, its real strength lies in the themes that run throughout the book:
* The human race is much older than we suppose.
* A highly advanced civilization pre-dated ancient Egypt.
* Until we understand this ancient history, we will never understand who we really are.
Lost’ is a tour de force of outside-the-box thinking. Hancock has synthesized an entire wave of avant garde research into one pointed volume, doing for alternative history what Tom Wolfe did for New Journalism. Lost serves as a gathering together of this movement’s best thinkers, providing an entertaining and energizing introduction to both Hancock and a whole school of truth-seekers.
Lost Knowledge of the Ancients: A Graham Hancock Reader is published by Bear and Company. The book was edited by Glenn Kreisberg.
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