Is the house of history built on foundations of sand? | Graham Hancock | TEDxReading

When viewed by non-academics all the megalithic ruins in Peru, Bolivia, turkey at Gobekli Tepe, Angkor Wat all were built far earlier and ended at the same time in history. This can no longer be  denied by the QUACKADEMICS!

The powers-that-be are not only NOT instructing us on the true history – our true history – but they actually sent religious factions like ISIS to go to the Euphrates Valley and destroy all the Sumerian Museum pieces and all the ancient history of Sumeria and The Tigris/Euphrates Valley. 😬😳😯😮😩😫😠😡💩

Published on Jun 8, 2016

NOTE from TED: Please be aware that this talk contains outdated and counterfactual assertions, and should not be understood as a representation of modern scholarship on ancient civilizations. If ancient civilizations interest you, TEDx Talks contain many fascinating and well-researched talks such as: Sarah Parcak’s talk on space arachaeology at TEDxYale:…

Leslie van Gelder’s talk on cave art at TEDxQueenstown:…

Sarah Kenderdine’s talk on museums of the future at TEDxGateway:…

Since 2007, compelling evidence has been published in leading scientific journals confirming that fragments of a disintegrating giant comet struck the earth around 12,800 years ago. The impacts set in motion a mysterious 1,200-year global deep freeze that caused worldwide extinctions of species. Established theories about the emergence of civilization cite the invention of agriculture and monumental architecture some 11,600 years ago—immediately after the freeze.

In this controversial presentation, best-selling author Graham Hancock argues that archaeologists, by not accounting for the cataclysm, have gravely misinterpreted history. What the record attests to is not the sudden invention of technology, but a transfer of technology to hunter-gatherers from a more advanced civilization.

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