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Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?

 
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Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
Am I wrong?

Every time I watch him, I agree with about 95% of what he is saying but he never mentions that the cataclysm that reset the planet 12,500 years ago is part of a cycle. That it happened before and is happening again now.

1. Is he deliberately trying to hide the fact that we are in that time again?

2. Is he only allowed to discuss as much as he does with the restriction that he does not mention the pole shift cycle?

3. Am I wrong, has he ever discussed it? From what I've seen from him is that he blames it on a comet impact which would be a one time event.

I'm currently watching his new Netflix series and I still haven't heard him mention the pole shift cycle once.

I find it hard to believe that someone as clued in as he is doesn't know that this is part of an Earth cycle.

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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
we are heading toward a dual event.

not only is the shifting of the poles a cycle, but so is a solar micro nova.

both are due...

2030's during the next sunspot cycle is a current estimate for the micro nova.


puts AGENDA 2030 in a different light.


half the planet gets fried by a micro nova then sometime later the poles shift.


that should fix our issues.
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
Also in the documentary, he states that he is referred to as a "pseudo-archaeologist" or "pseudo-researcher". He then states that what they say about him is absurd and would be the same as saying that a dolphin is a "pseudo-fish".

A dolphin is a pseudo-fish. It's a mammal.

What was he trying to say?
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
Am I wrong?

Every time I watch him, I agree with about 95% of what he is saying but he never mentions that the cataclysm that reset the planet 12,500 years ago is part of a cycle. That it happened before and is happening again now.

1. Is he deliberately trying to hide the fact that we are in that time again?

2. Is he only allowed to discuss as much as he does with the restriction that he does not mention the pole shift cycle?

3. Am I wrong, has he ever discussed it? From what I've seen from him is that he blames it on a comet impact which would be a one time event.

I'm currently watching his new Netflix series and I still haven't heard him mention the pole shift cycle once.

I find it hard to believe that someone as clued in as he is doesn't know that this is part of an Earth cycle.

Your thoughts?



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 Quoting: Hot Dog Harry


This is one of the areas I’ve always disagreed with him about. I wonder if he’s ever talked to David Talbott and the like. Maybe he hasn’t put two and two together with mythological accounts of cyclical destruction. Odd, considering how extensively he has written about it.

Otherwise, the series was decent. Good for getting any laymen into the subject. Lots of opportunity to really delve into the evidence of an antideluvian civilization.

You asked about the pole shift cycle. What about the micro nova cycle?
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
we are heading toward a dual event.

not only is the shifting of the poles a cycle, but so is a solar micro nova.

both are due...

2030's during the next sunspot cycle is a current estimate for the micro nova.


puts AGENDA 2030 in a different light.


half the planet gets fried by a micro nova then sometime later the poles shift.


that should fix our issues.
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I've never been convinced of the "micro-nova". I feel that the research that lead to that conclusion was from past readings of the Earth that looked like it had been bombarded by intense solar output.

Those same readings could have come from our magnetosphere reducing to just 5% of its strength which is what happens during a magnetic pole shift. I don't think the sun does anything different.
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
There are no such things as "micro novas." There are novas. Period. Carry on.

And, yes, Hancock, is on the right track but he still doesn't address the fact that periodically, repeatedly, cataclysms happen.
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
skip, have you ever checked out any of the jay weidner stuff on the cross at hendaye?


here is a summary of sorts:




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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
There are no such things as "micro novas." There are novas. Period. Carry on.

And, yes, Hancock, is on the right track but he still doesn't address the fact that periodically, repeatedly, cataclysms happen.
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love the hubris.
carry on
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
skip, have you ever checked out any of the jay weidner stuff on the cross at hendaye?


here is a summary of sorts:




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I have that DVD in my desk drawer. One of the few documentaries that I've paid for. I found it confusing but I'd watch it again.

Your thoughts?
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
Also in the documentary, he states that he is referred to as a "pseudo-archaeologist" or "pseudo-researcher". He then states that what they say about him is absurd and would be the same as saying that a dolphin is a "pseudo-fish".

A dolphin is a pseudo-fish. It's a mammal.

What was he trying to say?
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I mean, dolphins are not pseudo-fish either. Maybe the point he was referring to is that both swim in the ocean. Just because he isn’t an archaeologist doesn’t mean he can’t do or understand what they do. Same with being a researcher. He makes a point right after saying that about being a journalist. What are journalists if not researchers and investigators?
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
There are no such things as "micro novas." There are novas. Period. Carry on.

And, yes, Hancock, is on the right track but he still doesn't address the fact that periodically, repeatedly, cataclysms happen.
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Says who? You?
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
There are no such things as "micro novas." There are novas. Period. Carry on.

And, yes, Hancock, is on the right track but he still doesn't address the fact that periodically, repeatedly, cataclysms happen.
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A major reduction in the magnetosphere would seem like the sun blasted us but in reality, we just had our shields down.
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I would replace "micro-nova" with "magnetosphere failure" or something similar.
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
Because its not a cycle.

They just want you to think its a cycle, and not a natural immune system response of this solar system trying to rid itself of a disease.

If you think its part of a cycle, you won't look into WHAT IS REALLY CAUSING IT.
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
Because its not a cycle.

They just want you to think its a cycle, and not a natural immune system response of this solar system trying to rid itself of a disease.

If you think its part of a cycle, you won't look into WHAT IS REALLY CAUSING IT.
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God's mad again? Is that your take?
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(OP, feel free to delete this if you feel it is going to derail your thread, that was not my intention when I started typing. It wound up being longer post than what I had initially planned, my apologies)

I was wondering the same thing while watching his series on netflix.

I'm sure he has his reasons for not going into it.

There are two things that perplex me about the catastrophic incidents:

1: Megalithic monuments - some say they were erected after the last global cataclysm as a warning. If that is correct, that would mean they were erected after the cataclysm had effectively wiped the face of the earth clean, meaning any tools, equipment (like cranes, etc) would have been destroyed.
If they were erected several cycles ago, how did they remain in their places, still aligned to whatever constellations they were built to align to?
If we are talking about crustal displacement and/or mega tsunamis, I don't thing anything could withstand those while remaining mostly intact.

2: There was a recent discovery of a stonehenge like formation under the waters of Lake Michigan. If it was built after the last cataclysm, at the end of the last ice age, how is it still standing after the massive flooding that is alleged to have happened?
If it was built prior to the last ice age, how did it withstand the massive ice sheets that would have engulfed it?

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I have no doubt that there is something bad coming, I just don't know what.
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(OP, feel free to delete this if you feel it is going to derail your thread, that was not my intention when I started typing. It wound up being longer post than what I had initially planned, my apologies)

I was wondering the same thing while watching his series on netflix.

I'm sure he has his reasons for not going into it.

There are two things that perplex me about the catastrophic incidents:

1: Megalithic monuments - some say they were erected after the last global cataclysm as a warning. If that is correct, that would mean they were erected after the cataclysm had effectively wiped the face of the earth clean, meaning any tools, equipment (like cranes, etc) would have been destroyed.
If they were erected several cycles ago, how did they remain in their places, still aligned to whatever constellations they were built to align to?
If we are talking about crustal displacement and/or mega tsunamis, I don't thing anything could withstand those while remaining mostly intact.

2: There was a recent discovery of a stonehenge like formation under the waters of Lake Michigan. If it was built after the last cataclysm, at the end of the last ice age, how is it still standing after the massive flooding that is alleged to have happened?
If it was built prior to the last ice age, how did it withstand the massive ice sheets that would have engulfed it?

Link:

[link to archaeology-world.com (secure)]

I have no doubt that there is something bad coming, I just don't know what.
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My thought is that the mega structures were built after the cataclysm by the survivors. Many are "clocks" designed to keep track of time for thousands of years so that we know when the next time is coming.

Much like the desire to build this clock now:



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Half the Grand Cycle
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Half the Grand Cycle
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And Hancock is smart... but never mentions it...
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I agree that they are probably clocks that are to give us a warning that we have entered dangerous times, I just can't figure out how they were built in the times immediately following the cataclysm.
I would imagine that everything was pretty much scoured from the face of the planet, so what did they use to move those massive blocks into place? Thats what perplexes me.

It's a fascinating subject, one that I could lost in for hours at a time.
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I agree that they are probably clocks that are to give us a warning that we have entered dangerous times, I just can't figure out how they were built in the times immediately following the cataclysm.
I would imagine that everything was pretty much scoured from the face of the planet, so what did they use to move those massive blocks into place? Thats what perplexes me.

It's a fascinating subject, one that I could lost in for hours at a time.
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There were advanced-thinking survivors that traveled the world re-educating the other survivors that were left in the dark. Sometimes referred to as giants.

The pyramid builders.
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Around 12,800 years ago, many mammals became extinct in North America, South America, and Europe. This period is usually referred to as the Younger Dryas.

everybody should take some time to research the 26k cycle
its quite interesting.
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watch the complete joe rogan pod cast with graham and he talks about it being cyclic event
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watch the complete joe rogan pod cast with graham and he talks about it being cyclic event
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Okay, I'll check it out. What does he mention is the cause?
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The precession of the equinoxes is a 26,000-year cycle. The wobble of the Earth’s axis draws a counter-clockwise ‘circle’ in the heavens and literally points to different North Stars over the course of the cycle.
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The precession of the equinoxes is a 26,000-year cycle. The wobble of the Earth’s axis draws a counter-clockwise ‘circle’ in the heavens and literally points to different North Stars over the course of the cycle.
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Gothenburg Flip.

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The precession of the equinoxes is a 26,000-year cycle. The wobble of the Earth’s axis draws a counter-clockwise ‘circle’ in the heavens and literally points to different North Stars over the course of the cycle.
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Gothenburg Flip.

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coolness I was just reading about the magnetic flip that occurs and the evidence in the seafloor.
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Re: Why Does Graham Hancock Never Mention That the Cataclysm 12,500 Years Ago Is Part of a Cycle and Not Just a 1-time Event?
watch the complete joe rogan pod cast with graham and he talks about it being cyclic event
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Okay, I'll check it out. What does he mention is the cause?
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didnt go into that , just mentioned in so many words that it may or is cyclic. i believe in overall summary. im just posting this to say ive heard him at least mention it that way and not as a one time event.

probably wont ever say its planet x
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The precession of the equinoxes is a 26,000-year cycle. The wobble of the Earth’s axis draws a counter-clockwise ‘circle’ in the heavens and literally points to different North Stars over the course of the cycle.
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Gothenburg Flip.

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coolness I was just reading about the magnetic flip that occurs and the evidence in the seafloor.
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It's cyclic. 5% of the Earth's crust is composed of iron that is magnetically attracted to the Earth's magnetic poles. When they shift, the Earth's crust is tugged along and there are great earthquakes, tsunamis, eruptions and floods.
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watch the complete joe rogan pod cast with graham and he talks about it being cyclic event
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Okay, I'll check it out. What does he mention is the cause?
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didnt go into that , just mentioned in so many words that it may or is cyclic. i believe in overall summary. im just posting this to say ive heard him at least mention it that way and not as a one time event.

probably wont ever say its planet x
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