Whether the sphinx is seen as a metaphor for society, the artist’s self-doubt, or the creative process itself, if there is to be art—immortality attained—then the monster must be defeated and toppled from its perch.
Graham Hancock is giving his first TEDx talk since his controversial TEDx talk on consciousness three years ago. This TEDx Reading talk takes place tomorrow, March 26, and asks the question: “Is the house of history build on foundations of sand?”
Author and inspirational thinker Graham Hancock appeared on Lucid Planet Radio last week to chat with me about his new book uncovering humanity’s hidden past, Magicians of the Gods.
Soma’s identification has eluded scholars for centuries. It is spoken of in the Vedas as a plant, a libation, a drug, a bull, and even a deity. Soma is not unlike the fruit of the tree of life in Judeo-Christian lore or the legendary amrita or food of the Greek gods.
A stellar podcast previewing the biblical scale revelations to come in Graham Hancock’s Magicians of the Gods, the game changing sequel to Hancock’s most renowned work, Fingerprints of the Gods: The Evidence of Earth’s Lost Civilization.