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Graham Hancock shares his views on the possibility of a lost civilization, psychedelics for consciousness exploration and what he feels the governments role is in the whole subject. He also shares insights on why he feels his and Rupert Sheldrake’s TEDx talks were banned by TED.

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  • Jill Richards

    December 30, 2017

    Super valuable interview!

  • Phil Hurley

    August 29, 2018

    I think eventually psychedelics will be accepted by the public…. just have to get them a bit more open-minded, which is gonna take awhile.

  • Johnny Nesbitt

    September 6, 2018

    Couldn’t agree more. Fantastic interview. I occasionally vape cannabis for the same reasons and would jump at the chance to try ayahuasca or DMT. But hey, the shift is coming regardless.

  • Eugenie Heraty

    September 30, 2018

    Fascinating to hear him say how vital it is to have an experienced Shaman guiding an Ayahuasca ceremony in order to keep the space protected and sacred.
    I’ve heard reports of people returning from so called Shamanic ayahuasca ceremonies and they’re very traumatized. One young man was simply sent away by shaman and told he had a negative “entity “ in his space. A true shaman would have been well able to deal with this.
    Protect us from the bloody charlatans out there that give all these processes such a bad name!!


    January 14, 2019

    Brillant ! And I totally agree :
    – Bufo Alvarius (5MO DMT) and Ayahuasca have been huge initiators of my conscious and spiritual awakening,
    – their use is a private choice, witch doesn’t hurt anybody and can make us better humans. It’s not our government’s business to deprive us from this possibility.