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Ancient Apocalypse - Season 1

In the series, Hancock argues that an advanced ice age civilization was destroyed in a cataclysm, but that its survivors introduced agriculture, monumental architecture and astronomy to hunter-gatherers around the world.[4] He attempts to show how several ancient monuments are evidence of this, and claims that archaeologists are ignoring or covering-up this alleged evidence.[5][6] It incorporates ideas from the Comet Research Group, including the controversial Younger Dryas impact hypothesis, which attributes climate change at the end of the Pleistocene to a massive meteor bombardment.[7]

Ancient Apocalypse - Season 1


From the first episode of Ancient Apocalypse, host Graham Hancock sets off alarm bells with his frequent mean-spirited jabs towards historians, archeologists, and scientists. The British journalist and pseudo-archeologist has a strong disdain for professionals in the field that he has worked in over the past thirty years, even publishing twelve books. Once you hear his theories about ancient history, it becomes clear why.

Graham Hancock did a fantastic job of defending and presenting his views on the ancient past. The shows were interesting and beautiful to watch. These shows have done irreversible damage to the credibility of academic archeology. They need to take notice or be disregarded into the garbage can of history.

The White Atlantean survivors went around the world teaching the ass-sniffing cavemen all the innovations of civilization because the indigenous primitive brown people of the Earth could never have come up with it on their own. All the myths of Gods & Goddesses prevalent among ancient civilizations are based on Atlanteans, the original Aryan race, the first civilization to emerge from barbarism and the basis for the universal memory of a Golden Age of Humanity.Hancock stole all of this BS from Ignatius Donnelly (1882), a now forgotten crackpot. In 100 years Hancock will also be forgotten but there will be other crackpots talking about Atlantis, Aliens, Lizard People of the 5th Dimension and Clones from Uranus. There will always be those who are eager to fleece the gullible. However, Rationalism and The Scientific Method will survive the current onslaught of the Cult of Roganite Outraged Incels and the Duped Cocktards of Graham.

Across the 8 episodes, Hancock and his team jet across the world to various different heritage locations, pointing out and highlighting potential evidence of ancient civilizations that have been around since before our hunter-gatherer ancestors, showcasing ancient civilizations that were here way before them.

Dating using alignments to stars forms the back-bone to an important, but controversial, dating scheme for Egyptian chronology known as the Sothic theory. However, such schemes are themselves contradicted by ancient historic sources. See: Fall of the Sothic theory: Egyptian chronology revisited.

Regarding Graham Hancock, CMI has come across some of his prior ideas and debunked them. For instance, see: The Ice Age and ancient maps. There are a number of maps dating from the Middle Ages that detail the Southern Hemisphere, including the coast of Antarctica. Mike Oard has shown, in his post-Flood Ice Age model, that warm water would have surrounded Antarctica for quite some time. This would enable maps to be created in the few centuries immediately after the Flood, showing ice-free water. Hancock, not accepting the global Flood, or its effects, seeks to date the time of an ice-free Antarctica thousands of years earlier (and therefore the maps and the existence of people who drew them). It is also possible that the depictions of Antarctica on those maps are nothing more than a distorted rendering of the Atlantic coastline of southern South America or even a composite of several maps where the southern-most extent was accidentally rotated. The maps are surprisingly accurate in the Mediterranean region (and in at least one case, Scandinavia), even solve the longitude problem centuries before longitude could be properly measured. The farther away from the central reference point one gets, the less accurate the maps become. Thus, a mapping of a portion of Antarctica prior to the modern era is unlikely, but not impossible.

(3) Post-Ice Age rainfall would have been much greater, meaning the environment, including North Africa, would have been wetter. There is a general consensus that the Sahara was lush and green for centuries (inland Australia also) because it had much more rainfall in the ancient past. There is also evidence that Egypt was greener during the early dynastic periods than the later ones. This means the Sphinx was subject to more rainfall erosion.8 The biblical model places the Ice Age, not tens of thousands of years ago, but more recently in the past. This then would have been much closer to the present than the speculative dates Hancock proposes.

Flint Dibble is an archaeologist whose research focuses on foodways in ancient Greece and urbanism, climate change, religious ritual, and everyday life. He is the Marie-Skłodowska Curie research fellow in the School of History of Archaeology and Religion at Cardiff University. His project, ZOOCRETE: The Zooarchaeology of Historical Crete: A Multiscalar Approach to Animals in Ancient Greece, combines archaeological, textual, and biomolecular evidence for the human management and consumption of animals. From animals herded in the landscape to large-scale sacrificial feasts, animals were a central component to the development and resilience of citizen-states during the first millennium B.C.

Ancient Apocalypse is one of the upcoming documentary television series this series received huge popularity within the promise of just if you trailers which went in season 1 the fans are very much excited about this ancient apocalypse.

And see in Hancock considerately work on Netflix as a senior manager of un-script originals. So these are the main details of the film which is streaming now on online websites and release on November 11. so this is all about Ancient Apocalypse season 1.

Could the story of mankind be far older than we have previously believed? Using tools as varied as archaeo-astronomy, geology, and computer analysis of ancient myths, Graham Hancock presents a compelling case to suggest that it is.

His own claim sums it up pretty good. Graham Hancock, a journalist, believes in an advanced ancient civilisation dating back to the Ice Age, that was eradicated by a natural disaster (the Ancient Apocalypse), that has left only very few survivors. Today referred to as the Younger Dryas Impact (YDI). These survivors then diffused around the world to pass their knowledge to lesser advanced civilisations, resulting in these mysterious sites he is investigating.

Parents need to know that Ancient Apocalypse is based on the books by British author Graham Hancock that challenge mainstream scholarship about ancient history and civilization. There's some brief visual representations of apocalyptic moments like storms and flooding, and occasional rough language, but most of the series is spent breaking down alternative interpretations of prehistoric history. Popular British TV shows and excerpts from Joe Rogan's podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, are featured.

ANCIENT APOCALYPSE is a reality series that questions what we know and believe about ancient civilizations. Author Graham Hancock travels around the world investigating archaeological sites that suggest that advanced civilizations may have lived on Earth thousands of years earlier than what mainstream scholars assert. From examining prehistoric pyramids in Mexico and the megalithic temples of Malta, to reinterpreting traditional stories about what ended certain people's time on Earth, Hancock challenges the assumptions that characterize prehistoric humans as primitive beings who eventually evolved. Excerpts from talk shows and podcasts featuring the author defending his positions are featured in some episodes.

Are the challenges to mainstream prehistoric history featured Ancient Apocalypse reasonable? Should archeologists reconsider the way they understand how ancient civilizations came about and disappeared based on what Graham Hancock's research? Why?

British writer Graham Hancock has riled the archaeology community with his Netflix documentary, Ancient Apocalypse. The series follows Hancock to ancient sites around the world in pursuit of proof that an advanced human civilisation existed thousands of years before the first cities of Mesopotamia. Hancock, a former Economist correspondent, argues that most archaeologists are too stubborn to admit even the possibility of such a civilisation. 041b061a72


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