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Graham Hancock To Speak On Exploring Consciousness: From Upper Paleolithic Cave Art to Modern Day Shamanism

Join the Art & Technology Committee for an evening with Graham Hancock as he introduces his new book War God and shares his thought-provoking views on non-ordinary states of consciousness. Graham is a best-selling author, having sold over 5 million copies of his books worldwide, and is recognized as an unconventional thinker who challenges entrenched views of orthodox scholars.

Graham’s research into the ancient Egyptian books of the dead, shamanism, Upper Paleolithic cave art and sacred plants, and his studies of phenomena construed by different cultures at different times as encounters with “gods”, “angels”,”demons” ,”spirits”, “fairies” and most recently as “aliens” have led him to propose that non-ordinary states of consciousness have played a fundamental role in the story of humanity.

Graham will weave a compelling story of these seemingly unrelated phenomena, and will tell us why our culture ignores their significance at its peril.


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