Graham Hancock interviewed for New Dawn magazine: Revisiting 2012 (AUDIO)

As the Mayan Calendar comes to an end (most interpretations of the Mayan Long Count place this epic event on or near 21 December 2012), and over 17 years after he first published his seminal book on the subject, Fingerprints of the Gods: The Evidence of Earth’s Lost Civilization, Graham Hancock speaks out about the state of our planet, consciousness, time travel, and what he has learned on his remarkable journey through life.

In this provocative and often poignant interview, Graham speaks passionately and at length on these, and many other emotionally charged subjects, such as Atlantis, the significance of Göbekli Tepe, and his own experience with marijuana, ayahuasca, and DMT.

The interview is by Andrew Gough, who met with Graham in July 2012 in Graham’s home in the English West Country. A condensed version of the interview can be found in the September 2012 edition of New Dawn Magazine , and an extended version will be featured in The Heretic Magazine (a new history and mystery magazine for which Andrew is Editor) on 1 November 2012, and still another version will be featured on Andrew’s ‘Arcadia‘ website soon after that.

15 Comments on "Graham Hancock interviewed for New Dawn magazine: Revisiting 2012 (AUDIO)"

  1. Nanabooboo | Sep 14, 2012 at 12:24 pm |

    Hey DISINFO lets stop posting pointless stories, maybe you forgot about the news story of the mayan calendars being found showing 2012 is not the end but only the end of one cycle. Seriously who would listen to 2 hours of this crap?

    • Harden Long | Sep 14, 2012 at 12:36 pm |

      Ummmm, they put out books by Graham Hancock. Hey DISINFO, why are you posting stuff about the guy who’s books you publish? What are you, fucking retarded? 

      • I’ve never heard of a website posting stuff related to something they published before.  It’s absolutely inconceivable.

    • Matt Staggs | Sep 14, 2012 at 12:43 pm |

      As a site that utilizes a good bit of user-generated content, we welcome submissions from all of our readers. While I don’t recall seeing any material from you in the past (I assume that’s the “let’s” you’re referring to), I’d love to see some now. Please contact me via email at and I’ll guide you through the process of setting up an account and submitting material that you might find more relevant to our readers.

      • It’s easier to sit back and adopt a smug, insulting tone to try and disguise their entitled, infantile whining.

        • Matt Staggs | Sep 14, 2012 at 1:10 pm |

          Sadly, that’s true, and it’s all the more disappointing that few ever take me up on my offer. I’m always on the look-out for interesting content. 

  2. jasonpaulhayes | Sep 14, 2012 at 1:29 pm |

    Where to even begin with how ridiculous this man is? His Ego far exceeds any merits his “work” may have … merits I’ve yet to see anyone be able to point out.


    • Matt Staggs | Sep 14, 2012 at 2:50 pm |

      Hang on, Jason. Let me check the spam filter. It has a mind of its own. 

  4. Matt Staggs | Sep 14, 2012 at 2:52 pm |

    Had to rescue your comment from the spam filter. You are weapons free.

    • I’m sure its not a comment members of the Disinfo staff want to see ultimately (not that is was censored), when many of you are working to publish his work. I genuinely, honestly and simply don’t see any relevance or substance within any of his extremely controversial and largely unfounded theories.

      On a whole other level … in all my years on this planet, I’ve never heard more stuttering in an interview from a man without a legitimate speech impediment.

      • Calypso_1 | Sep 16, 2012 at 10:28 pm |

        Your assessment of Mr. Graham’s dysfluency is unfounded.  Examining several word counts of 1 min durations at random intervals during the interview and counting word frequency per min averaged to approx 160.  This placed Mr. G’s rate of speaking within average.  A stutterer is usually 25% below in spoken rate.  Manifestations of dysfluency averaged to 5/min, which is 3%.  The average is typically around 2%.  An average speech impediment has dysfluencies closer to 10%. 

  5. Listening now.  Graham is a blessing and a friend to mankind.  Please share this far and wide.  Peace.

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