Graham Hancock has just published a new book. It is entitled “Magicians of the Gods”. I ordered it right away, even before checking the number of pages in the book. This is no easy read, as it contains 528 pages, but I don’t really plan on reading each and every page, unless the book really grabs me. I heard Hancock interviewed on a recent radio show, and it looks like his book will fill in some of the information gaps I have on what happened to our planet about 13,000 years ago.
Why am I so interested? As you know from reading the accounts of my trip to Bolivia and Peru this fall, I am intensely interested in the megalithic sites around the world, who built them, when they were built, and what caused the demise of the advanced civilizations that created these amazing sites. I am convinced that our ancient and more advanced ancestors built such sites as the Great Pyramid and the Sphinx on the Giza plateau in Egypt, Tiwanaku and Puma Punko in Bolivia, and Machu Picchu, Ollantaytambo and Sacsayhuaman in Peru, to name a few. Advanced “spiritual” technology was used to carve and move the multi ton megaliths into place. Something happened to these civilizations to wipe them and their technologies out and bounce us back into the Stone Age.
According to Hancock, the earth was hit by a very large piece of a comet around 12,800 years ago, at the end of the last Ice Age. It was hit again by debris from the same comet around 11,600 years ago. In between these two events, the earth was thrown into a drastic cold period known as the Younger Dryas. As a result of this catastrophe and the ensuing 1200 year long cold period, all of the large prehistoric mammals and a large percentage of the humans on the planet died off. The construction of Gobekli Tepe in southern Turkey was apparently started at the end of the Younger Dryas period as a last ditch effort to preserve the ancient knowledge.
What I find interesting is that occasionally when doing a healing session on a client, one of their past lives may show up where I see them living in a generally flat and treeless area. Approaching them is what I can best describe as a fiery and lava like flow of some kind on the ground that stretches as far as the eye can see, and from which there is no escape. Of course, they know that they are about to die, and that trauma can get carried forward to this lifetime. This scenario has come up so often that I know that it is an actual event that happened on our planet. Graham Hancock says that there were massive fires around the globe as a result of the first comet strike, so that ties into what I have seen with clients. These fires also created the “black mat” in many areas, which is also evidence that these large destructive fires took place.
The next question is, can this massive destruction happen again to our planet? Possibly, yes, as the comet in question is Encke, whose broad tail generates the Taurid meteor showers in early November and then again in June. We have actually just gone through this comet’s tail in the last 2 weeks or so. The particles from this meteor shower are much larger than average, so they generate fire balls in the sky at night. It can take at least 10 days for the earth to pass through this comet’s tail.
I am looking forward to reading Hancock’s book, as it clearly covers a lot of ground as far as our ancient catastrophic history is involved. Not generally having a lot of time to read, this could take me years!