Graham Hancock is married to Santha Faiia, a Malaysian of Tamil descent from Penang, Malaysia, and is also a professional photographer specializing in ancient cultures and monuments.  They have six children.  Tepe and other archaeological sites studied nearby have forced archaeologists to rethink how the prehistoric way of life of hunting, collecting and searching for food has given way to a more domesticated way of life in northern Mesopotamia. Oliver Dietrich, a colleague of Klaus Schmidt at the German Archaeological Institute, brought the impact of these discoveries on care: “These people must have had a very complex mythology, including an ability to abstraction. After these ideas, we now have more evidence that… Social systems evolved before moving to agriculture, not as a result of the transition to agriculture. 11 It also shows that hunter-gatherers were capable of more than we had thought before, and that the origins of religion might have to be pushed back by several millennia. About 23,000 years ago, the Earth began to emerge from the last glacial cold snap marked by the retreat of glaciers at the end of the last glacial peak (see Figure 7 above). But it`s pretty dramatic, about 12,900 years ago, temperatures dropped and then made a face, warming again about 11,500 years ago — a period of 1,400 years that geologists call the Younger Dryas (YD). The cause of the event has been the subject of scientific debate for decades, but the consensus in the early 1990s focused on a paper by Wally Broecker and his colleagues that proposed disrupting a large-scale ocean phenomenon called thermohaline circulation in the North Atlantic, fueled in part by the interaction of surface heat and freshwater rivers21.21 meltwater from the massive Laurentian ice sheet that covers parts of America Sank into old Lake Agassiz. , even formed by the retreat of the glacier by more than miles. The water then flowed southward through the Mississippi Basin into the ocean. Oxygen isotope analyses and 14C dating of planktonic mussels from the Gulf of Mexico show a decrease in freshwater flow from about 11,100 to 10,000 years.
The Broecker Group postulated that the change in seawater composition was related to a flooding change in the drainage of Lake Agassiz to the North Atlantic. The idea was that an influx of fresh water into the North Atlantic would reduce the dense flow of ocean currents – the conveyor that brings heat to northern climate zones – and begin global cooling. But Egypt is only part of the larger history that Graham will give us of a great advanced civilization of prehistoric antiquity – Atlantis with any other name – which, at the end of the last ice age, was destroyed in a global cataclysm, leaving few survivors who were desperately trying to preserve the essence of their wisdom and pass it on to future generations. In majestic and inexplicable ancient sites around the world, from Gobekli Tepe in Turkey to the gigantic geometric earthworks recently discovered in the Amazon rainforest, from Baalbek in Lebanon to Sacsayhuaman in Peru and from a pyramid of more than 20,000 years in Gunung Padang in Indonesia to the last resting place of the Lost Arch of The Covenent in the Holy City of Axum , in the highlands of Ethiopia. Graham will take us on a magical tour of mystery that will highlight the dogmas of scholars, hitherto undisputed, and offer an alternative vision not only of our past, but also of our future.