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Graham Hancock: Supernatural

Posted on Sunday, 30 September, 2007 | Comment icon 9 comments


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"Over the course of more than 500 well documented pages, Graham Hancock, in his new book, Supernatural, comes to some astounding conclusions."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by 1.618 on 30 September, 2007, 10:07
saruman, have you read it? i have and i found it a very interesting and sometimes humourous read. i would recommend it to anyone who is into spiritualism, fairies, alien abductions, hallucinogenics or all of the above.
Comment icon #2 Posted by SaRuMaN on 30 September, 2007, 10:10
I haven't had a chance to read it yet however I believe we're being sent a review copy so looking forward to checking it out, look out for a review of the book coming up soon.
Comment icon #3 Posted by 111 on 30 September, 2007, 10:16
I've read that book, it's an excellent read. Regardless of whether you agree with his findings or not it makes for a riveting read, i couldn't put it down, it's definately his best to date.
Comment icon #4 Posted by 1.618 on 30 September, 2007, 10:19
I haven't had a chance to read it yet however I believe we're being sent a review copy so looking forward to checking it out, look out for a review of the book coming up soon. i thoroughly recommend it. the first chapters on the cave art are a bit slow and you kind of wonder where it is leading but then the pace gathers and you end up with a regular 'wow' feeling the more you read. also funny is when graham rlates his first experiences of taking hallucinogenics. well funny if you have had the experiences of taking them yourself(for purely spiritual reasons of course).
Comment icon #5 Posted by 111 on 30 September, 2007, 10:24
i thoroughly recommend it. the first chapters on the cave art are a bit slow and you kind of wonder where it is leading but then the pace gathers and you end up with a regular 'wow' feeling the more you read. also funny is when graham rlates his first experiences of taking hallucinogenics. well funny if you have had the experiences of taking them yourself(for purely spiritual reasons of course). lol. i guess that's why i found it so interesting..
Comment icon #6 Posted by billyhill on 30 September, 2007, 12:02
Trippy..
Comment icon #7 Posted by Wookietim on 30 September, 2007, 21:17
• All of the above phenomena share an astounding number of characteristics in common, all of them the result of direct visionary experience. • There is ample evidence – some of it currently supported by orthodox academicians – that these visionary experiences, for these tens of thousands of years, have been facilitated by the ingestion of naturally occurring psychoactive plants and herbs. • And finally, that these visionary experiences have in truth been doorways into other parallel realities, and not merely constructions of the mind. So, let me get this straight - the supernatural experiences... [More]
Comment icon #8 Posted by chaoszerg on 30 September, 2007, 23:41
So, let me get this straight - the supernatural experiences are hallucinations brought on by naturally occurring substances AND not hallucinations.... at the same time? Yes what it seems to be saying is that for example you eat some sort of psychoactive plant then you have a trippy vision which is not really a trick of the mind but a glimpse at a parallel reality....D'OH!!
Comment icon #9 Posted by Wookietim on 2 October, 2007, 17:36
Yes what it seems to be saying is that for example you eat some sort of psychoactive plant then you have a trippy vision which is not really a trick of the mind but a glimpse at a parallel reality....D'OH!! or..... very possibly a hallucination produced by the drugs? I'm not trying to make fun of the theory here, but in all honesty what exact proof is there that there is a reality glimpsed by people who are high?


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