Graham Hancock is Back With First Interviews on “Fingerprint of the Gods” Part 2

Amazing Story Finally Coming Together

As many Esotericca readers already know, Graham Hancock is a leading author and subject matter expert on the concept that human evolution is not set on a perfectly linear course, rather one that looks more like a sign wave, with regressions in advancement due to catastrophes.

ESA/Hubble, via Wikimedia Commons

ESA/Hubble, via Wikimedia Commons

With works like Fingerprints of the Gods, Heaven’s Mirror and Underworld, Hancock has presented compelling evidence of a lost civilization that pre-dates the Egyptian empire, all Chinese dynasties and even the Sumerian Kingdom, the oldest known civilization according to modern day archeology. In a fascinating 3-hour long interview on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory last Tuesday, Hancock did not fail to fascinate with leaked details of his follow-up, non-fictional work to Fingerprints of the Gods.

As discussed in his original novel, sometime between 10,000 and 11,000 BC there was a sudden and quick rise in ocean levels of more than 400 feet! If you can imagine this happening today, and realize that most of our human civilization today live near coastal regions, you’d get the picture of the devastation this would cause. Recently, growing evidence is proving that a very large comet, similar to that of the Shoemaker-Levy-9 comet that smashed into Jupitor  in 1994, collided with North America and instantly melted its 2-mile deep ice cap. This impact inundated the world’s oceans with water, causing sea levels to rise several hundred feet across the globe.

A fascinating interview, jump over to Coast to Coast AM and listen to the interview here: http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2013/11/19 

Todd is the founder and creator of Esotericca.com Todd has been in marketing and advertising for 15 years, specializing in digital and brand design. He has worked for clients like Ford, Westin, Chrysler and General Motors. Todd also loves all things esoteric, and is an avid reader of non-fiction writers like Graham Hancock, Zecharia Sitchin, Robert Bauval, John Anthony West and many more. Todd lives in Detroit with his husband and two dogs. They are currently restoring a 110 year old home there.

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