Hidden History: Graham Hancock Reveals Another Timeline For Humanity

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Maseeh Ghani|Humans Are Free

Graham Hancock is one of the few great pioneers in alternative history. Formerly working as a journalist for the big media companies, he set off on a journey to discover the real truth of our origins. His research is startling, and quite possibly erases the old narrative of history.

There is evidence that the timeline of civilization extends much further back than just ten thousand years ago.

The famous ancient monument in Egypt, The Great Sphinx, stands today showing signs of erosion as if water had been running through its walls for many years.

This of course means that there had to have been long periods of rainfall in the Sahara Desert at the time it was built, as water must have been touching it long enough to cause the erosion seen on the Sphinx.

There has been almost no rain in the desert for approximately 5,000 years. Was the Sphinx perhaps built at a much earlier time, like right after the Ice Age when the climate was drastically different?

We find other evidence of older civilizations across the world. The Gobleki Tepe is a monument in Turkey which dates back to approximately 11,000 years ago.

It remains show a structure consisting of carefully engineered stone tablets and carvings of animals such as lions and gazelles that lived nowhere near Turkey at the time.

The findings of this structure certainly suggest that humans were living in a much more advanced society than previously thought (cave dwellers or early agricultural settlers of remote numbers of people) due to the higher population and skill/knowledge set required to create it.

And as for where the ancient peoples came up with the idea to carve those animals out? No idea.

Shockingly, if we keep looking, we find other traces of civilizations around the world that predate the oldest known remains, like the Dwarka in India, the 12,000-year-old tunnel network running from Scotland to Turkey, and many more.

These civilizations even stood out for their cultural advancement. Most remarkable is the Piri Reismap, put together by a cartographer in 1513 that accurately depicts the world and its continents connected, including Antarctica.

Antarctica is actually shown as a habitable place, once housed by humans.

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