Turbowolf Interview Graham Hancock: Episode 1, The Ancients

In the first of a series of four episodes, Turbowolf interview Graham Hancock at The Roman Baths in Bath.

Hancock is one of the foremost authorities on Ancient Mysteries, having written numerous bestselling non-fiction books on the subject such as Fingerprints Of The Gods, The Sign & The Seal, Heavens Mirror and Supernatural and, most recently, the fantasy adventure novel Entangled.

Turbowolf released their eponymous debut album in November 2011, a blend of dirty rock ‘n roll, punked-up riffs and psychedelic noise. The band are about to embark on a European tour starting February 23, 2012 in London. Their shared fascination with the esoteric and the mysterious led to this meeting of minds.

In this episode Graham & the band discuss his time in Ethiopia and the search for the Ark Of The Covenant, the evidence for a Lost Civilisation, Ancient Maps & an alternative chronology for many of the worlds Ancient Monuments.


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3 Comments on "Turbowolf Interview Graham Hancock: Episode 1, The Ancients"

  1. Interesting speculations and assertions, that sell a lot of books for Mr. Hancock. That’s going to be a great video addition to the archives of many a Google Scholar and Youtube Researcher.

  2. Yawn. Three ridiculously dressed hipster douchebags listening to an author talk about illogical leaps of faith to sell his books. Thanks for that deep, thought-provoking video.

  3. Chris Weber | Feb 29, 2012 at 8:39 pm |

    What’s ridiculous about wearing jeans and sneakers?  And what’s with the bashing comments – this is the disinformation website isn’t it?  People come here looking to question the answers, not just bury their heads in the sand.  Mr. Hancock has brought us theories that challenge the status quo with evidence where plausible, and has pointed out prior art and sources that fed his own ideas.  

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