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Less than 50000 years ago humans had no art no religion no sophisticated symbolism no innovative thinking Then in a dramatic change described by scientists as 'the greatest riddle in human history' all the skills ualities that we value most highly in ourselves appeared already fully formed as tho bestowed on us by hidden powers In Supernatural Hancock sets out to investigate this mysterious before after moment to discover the truth about the influences that gave birth to the modern mind His uest takes him on a detective journey from the beautiful painted caves of prehistoric France Spain Italy to rock shelters in the mountains of S Africa where he finds extraordinary Stone Age art He uncovers clues that lead him to the rainforest to drink the hallucinogen Ayahuasca wit. I can t recommend this author highly enough his writing style is very clear and readable he does tons of research and supports his ideas extremely convincingly I recommend ANYTHING this author has written This book talks about altered states of consciousness ayahuasca vision vine used in S America experiments DMT experiments trance states commonly used by shamans ancient cave paintings the San people who once lived in the Kalahari and commonality of experiences of drug and trance states an interesting take on religion and how the Catholic church co opted some curious experiences and oriented them towards the Virgin Mary and an interesting discussion of what the brain might really be doing just a great read if you like any of these subjectsMonumentally good

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H shamans whose paintings contain images of 'super natural beings' identical to the animal human hybrids depicted in prehistoric caves Hallucinogens such as mescaline also produce visionary encounters with exactly the same beings Scientists at the cutting edge of consciousness research have begun to consider the possibility that such hallucinations may be real perceptions of other dimensions Could the supernaturals 1st depicted in the painted caves be the ancient teachers of humankind Could it be that human evolution isn't just the meaningless process Darwin identified but something purposive intelligent that we've barely begun to understandAcknowledgementsPart 1 Visions 1 Plant that enables men to see the dead 2 Greatest riddle of archeology 3 Vine of souls Part 2 Cav. A friend suggested I read this fascinating book tying in Shamanism Ancient Cave Art DMT Aliens sounds crazybut Hancock does a convincing job of tying all these things together with a theory that mind altering drugs actually tune our brains into a different channel of reality Hmmmm after recently watching the movie What the Bleep do We Know which is about recent advances in uantum physicsenergy non linear time etc I found some of parrallels interesting If you find any of this stuff interesting this book is for you

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Es 4 Therianthropy5 Riddles of the caves6 Shabby academy 7 Searching for a Rosetta Stone8 Code in the mind 9 Serpents of the Drakensberg10 Wounded healer Part 3 Beings 11 Voyage into the supernatural 12 Shamans in the sky 13 Spirit love 14 Secret commonwealth15 Here is a thing that will carry me away16 Dancers between worlds Part 4 Codes 17 Turning in to channel DMT18 Amongst the machine elves19 Ancient teachers in our DNA20 Hurricane in the junkyard Part 5 Religions 21 Hidden Shamans22 Flesh of the GodsPart 6 Mysteries 23 Doors leading to another world Appendices Critics criticisms of David Lewis Williams' Neuropsychological theory of rock cave artPsilocybe semilanceata a hallucinogenic mushroom native to Europe Roy Watlng Interview with Rick StrassmanReferences Index. While he is rather controversial as a writer and researcher Google him and you ll find people who think he s a revolutionary thinker and others who think he s nothing but a crank you can t deny that this book is fascinating I began with a rather cynical view on Hancock I should not have biased myself by reading the vitriol from passionate web trolls but he uickly won me over Hancock s research is cogent his point of view is fairly objective and his willingness to experience first hand the topics about which he writes is impressive Then again if you want to write about psychedelics without some experience with them I m suspiciousBut I digress In Supernatural Hancock attempts to weave and eventually link topics as varied as UFOs alien abductions DMT fairies and elves shame of the neolithic cultures and psilocybin mushrooms Don t ask me how but somehow sometimes he succeeds I like the way Hancock introduces the reader to these topics without beating you over the head with them He writes with the authority intelligence and experience necessary to tell his story and he doesn t seem to give one hoot whether you believe him or not The idea that he s not trying to sell me anything made him much credible to me He might not have convinced me that fairies drive tiny little cars around the English forests but I ll admit he raises many many progressive and that s mild points that are very difficult to ignore I now have a very different attitude about many of his topics I d also like to add that I ve read Dr Rick Strassman s book DMT The Spirit Molecule before I found Hancock s work Having read and appreciated Strassman s work greatly bringing his perspective to the table before reading Supernatural was not only helpful as background but Hancock answered several uestions I was left with after reading Strassman s bookUnless you re religious fundamentalist with no room in your mind for any new ideas whatever this book will make you think A LOT As one of the reviewers put it Mind Blown Boy I ll say


10 thoughts on “Supernatural Meetings with the Ancient Teachers of Mankind

  1. says:

    I can't recommend this author highly enough his writing style is very clear and readable he does tons of research and supports his ideas extremely convincingly I recommend ANYTHING this author has written This book talks about altered states of consciousness ayahuasca vision vine used in S America experiments DMT experiments trance states commonly used by shamans ancient cave paintings the San people who once lived in the Kalah

  2. says:

    Graham Hancock is the king of speculation His books will either convince you there’s a lot to human history or make you scoff at his speculation Regardless it is damn entertaining One of the first books I ever bought was his Fingerprints of the Gods 1996 which discussed how anomalies associated with ancient monuments tend to indicate a wide spread ancient advanced civilization Even though I was intrigued b

  3. says:

    I bought and started the book about a two and half weeks ago I am currently on Part III chapter 11 Being an artist and having a fascination for history and the human mind I could not help to be drawn to a different point

  4. says:

    A friend suggested I read this fascinating book tying in Shamanism Ancient Cave Art DMT Aliens sounds crazybut Hancock does a convincing job of tying all these things together with a theory that mind altering drugs actually tune our brains into a different channel of reality Hmmmm after recently watching the movie What the

  5. says:

    Michael Miley introduced me to Graham Hancock's work many years ago in that he gave me one of his books to read But back then it was the book and its topic ancient Egypt which was of interest not the author Since then listening to old Art Be

  6. says:

    We can agree the supernatural has been apart of our culture for thousands of years This statement is the subject of Graham Hancock's new novel Supernatural But who is Graham Hancock?Born in Edinburgh Scotland Hancock spent most of his younger years in India Later he went to school and university in the northern English cit

  7. says:

    While he is rather controversial as a writer and researcher Google him and you'll find people who think he's a revolutionary thinker and others who think he's nothing but a crank you can't deny that this book is fascinating I began with a rather cynical view on Hancock I should not have biased myself by reading

  8. says:

    Almost the whole of the first half of the book deals with the images found in prehistoric cave art and Graham Hancock's personal journeys in the interests of authentic and balanced research into the realms of hallucinogeni

  9. says:

    Well written and researched book by a master of this field Hancock goes to some very strange places in this uest from prehistoric cave art to McKenna's machine elves and constructs a strong case not only for the use of hallucinogens in the origins of art and spirituality but also for a new view of reality Read it alongside works by Nick Bostrom and Ray Kurzweil and you may be unsettled challenged and ultimately enlightened

  10. says:

    The first half of the book seems to be rigorously researched and reasoned The second half is speculative and fanciful It was an easy and entertaining read that held my attention If you enjoyed this book I suggest that you listen to Autumn 2015 Interlude of the Extraenvironmentalist podcast which deals with archaeoacustics

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