Graham Hancock ~ Ayahuasca & Mystical Experiences
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Graham Hancock discusses Ayahuasca - The Vine Of The Soul. Ayahuasca reboots your brain and cleans out the corrupt programming collected from childhood to adulthood. Ayahuasca increases I.Q. an average of 6 points. Ayahuasca is not a drug, but a teaching program designed for human beings. An entity approaches the human. It is sometimes a half man half animal entity as found in Egyptian Hieroglyphics.
Hancock discusses Nobel Laureate Francis Crick. Francis Crick experimented with small quantities of Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD) during his days at Cambridge, and that these experiences played a role in his discovery of the double helix (DNA). Crick once joked, "Christianity may be OK between consenting adults in private but should not be taught to young children." In 1973, he and the chemist Leslie Orgel published a paper in the journal Icarus suggesting that life may have arrived on Earth through a process called 'Directed Panspermia.' 'Directed Panspermia' suggests that life may be distributed by an advanced extraterrestrial civilization. Crick and Orgel argued that DNA encapsulated within small grains could be fired in all directions by such a civilization in order to spread life within the universe.
Hancock's chief areas of interest are ancient mysteries, stone monuments or megaliths, ancient myths and astronomical/astrological data from the past. One of the main themes running through many of his books is the possible global connection with a "mother culture" from which he believes all ancient historical civilizations sprang. Although his books have sold more than five million copies worldwide and have been translated into twenty-seven languages, his methods and conclusions have found little support among academics. Often criticised for being a pseudoarchaeologist, Hancock, who freely admits he has no formal training in archaeology, sees himself as providing a counterbalance to what he perceives as the "unquestioned" acceptance and support given to orthodox views by the education system, the media, and by society at large.