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“Fingerprints of the Gods” author Graham Hancock explains why all politicians should drink Ayahuasca 10 times, the gruesome Aztec history behind his new book “WarGod”, why he took Ibogaine to gain closure with his late father, and how Joe Rogan is just an all-around cool dude.

“You said that all politicians should be required to drink Ayahuasca 10 times before taking office.” – Brian (00:46)

“All across the world we have a venal class of dishonest, self-serving bureaucrats who are using the power we give them to oppose themselves upon us.” – Graham Hancock (01:52)

“You have to understand that we’ve had more than 40 years now of massively financed propaganda called the ‘War on Drugs’.” – Graham Hancock (03:10)

“In a way it’s a very Orwellian world where language is being used against us. It’s almost impossible to approach the issue of ‘drugs’ without immediately linking it to the notion of ‘abuse.'” – Graham Hancock (04:47)

“Do we as adults have the right to make decisions about what we put in our own bodies and what we experience with our own consciousness without reference to the powers of the state or must we seek permission from the state in order to explore our own consciousness?” – Graham Hancock (05:17)

“I find again and again you get these instant knee-jerk reactions. ‘Oh they’re talking about a drug, this isn’t be for me. They must be dirty people.'” – Graham Hancock (08:37)

“I don’t believe I would have written that book if I hadn’t had this nudge from this curious plant ally called cannabis.” – Graham Hancock (13:37)

“I don’t do things by half-measures. I was smoking a very great deal of cannabis for 24 years.” – Graham Hancock (14:10)

“During those Ayahuasca sessions whatever intelligence spoke to me directly and made it very clear to me that my journey with Cannabis had come to an end.” – Graham Hancock (15:33)

“It’s astonishing that one plant intervened to stop me working with another plant.” – Graham Hancock (19:20)

“There are all kinds of ways to challenge ourselves. Some people do it by climbing a mountain or scuba diving. The most profound and challenging ordeals is to drink Ayahuasca. It is in a way the ultimate adventure.” – Graham Hancock (24:06)

“I want to find out about your new book. Can you talk about it?” – Brian (45:30)

“There is very clear documentation of the sacrifice of 80,000 human beings over the course of 4 days so the entire city was filled with human blood.” – Graham Hancock (49:58)

“The demonic realm got involved in the human world and said. ‘We’ve made things really bad in Mexico already, how can we make things worse?” – Graham Hancock (51:20)

“The 22yr old Graham Hancock had an awful lot to learn.” – Graham Hancock (59:42)

“Iboga is the root bark of a bush that grows in Central Africa.” – Graham Hancock (1:00:53)

“It’s a sacred duty to see a loved one through the transition and it’s also a tremendous gift that the loved one gives to us, the opportunity to learn from it.” – Graham Hancock (1:05:23)

“The one thing I’m glad about is that I did have the opportunity to tell my Dad that I loved him.” – Graham Hancock (1:06:58)

“If you were really a tough guy you’d take Iboga and Ayahuasca at the same time.” – Nic (01:08:28)

“The active ingredient in Ayahuasca is Dimethyltryptamine. I’ve done some work with pure D.M.T. as well, I’ve done 11 journeys.” – Graham Hancock (01:08:48)

“Did you get stoned with Joe?” – Nic (01:17:10)

“Joe is such a lovely, wonderful human being with an incredibly open and inquiring mind and just very very gentle and very very intelligent and I definitely got high on the conversation.” – Graham Hancock (01:17:55)

“I’ve really enjoyed this conversation, time has really flown, it reminded me of my conversation with Joe Rogan. Nice, relaxing, positive, enjoyable feeling.” – Graham Hancock (01:20:40)

Music by: Kevin MacLeod & The Edenites

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35 thoughts on “Graham Hancock Interview – Teaser #1 | London Real

  1. (…cont)
    The fate of the regressives will be to fade away into obscurity, like the bad farts they are. Right now, all their efforts amount to is trying to stop a tsunami by waving a warrant at it.

    They will not hinder us. Rather it is more likely they will unwittingly accelerate this 'revolution of the mind'.

  2. (…cont)
    When enough people are ready to stop this absurdity and we achieve critical mass, it will be a simple case of not turning up for work, stop paying taxes, etc EN MASSE. The only obstacle to that is people getting scared and kowtowing. This will not be a problem for long, though. People are waking up on a massive scale.

  3. I believe our freedom will come from a revolution of the mind. This is a concept the evil ones can't grasp, because they are regressives. True to their primitive mentality, they will be expecting and preparing for a violent revolution. But it will not come. We won't make it so easy for them.

    They fail to achieve or even imagine the clarity we've achieved. We have evolved to the point we can understand concepts they can't even imagine. That will be our biggest strength.

  4. Man has always all through history has found a way to free themselves as a whole from bondage. With the technology to track and surviel that exists today along with the manipulation of the elite bankers and their puppet politicians who have the ability and pschological knowhow to steer whole populations through media propaganda and hypnotism, how will we get out of bondage if the great oligharchy is successful in constructing their great socialist tight knit pyramid? Tell me what you all think.

  5. By your comment, you are no better than the get-rich-quick
    I would hope you would learn to use reason and increase
    your consciousness and awareness.
    Also check out 'Nietzsche's Slave Morality"
    Envy and ressentiment are not ways to go through
    life, young man!

  6. I agree with all your comments here. For people like us, it's natural to think how our actions might effect others.

    Witnessing others disregard for such consideration drives me to distraction sometimes. If they were soldiers, I would tear the ranks from their shoulders in disgrace…

    But in equal measure, this anger clouds the mind and the spirit. Sometimes you just have to take yourself out of it, to recharge your spiritual batteries. And never forget what we're doing this for, my friend.

  7. and what exactly does my measure of self worth have to do with you??? i dont think im perfect, but take a good long hard look at the world around you! what is there im really comparing myself to…..this world is full of selfish, self serving, evil assholes so its not really hard to be a good person…problem is most people dont even try

  8. the fact that i try to put others before myself. that i take into consideration how my actions might effect others. most people lack compassion,empathy and consideration. in fact many people will blatantly fk someone over just to get ahead. my biggest flaws are that i let people take advantage of me and i can sometimes be too honest…people dont always like to hear the truth…feels weird to even talk about myself like this and im not trying to boast…you asked..what makes you a good person?

  9. that seems a bit extreme…but putting strict laws in place against corporate involvement in politics both lobbyist and campaign funding would be a great first step…really there shouldnt be any campaigning at all…it should be govt funded debates and thats about it…equal opportunity to each candidate. and lying during debates should also be a jail able offence….sure the first election after these laws may lead to immediate impeachment and a re-vote but i KNOW its worth it

  10. it is baffling to me how there are people so open minded and loving/understanding of how the world should be and the love that can truly fill it…and there are others so selfish and self absorbed that cant see past their own lives and greed that seek only to further wealth at the cost of their spirit soul and mind…at the cost of lives of others even…we need to work together in the usa and vote third party…its not a wasted vote if we all work together…ron paul or garry johnson are good

  11. Politics was never meant to be a profession, like diapers should change them often & for the same reasons !
    WA has a mysterious power to turn perfectly reasonable, wholesome, well-meaning humans into equivocating crooked gasbags !

  12. Interesting video!
    This is an invitation to see an artist theory on the physics of light and time!
    This theory is based on just two postulates
    1. Is that the quantum wave particle function Ψ or probability function represents the forward passage of time itself
    2. Is that Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle ∆×∆p×≥h/4π that is formed by the w-function is the same uncertainty we have with any future event within our own ref-frame that we can interact with turning the possible into the actual!

  13. The fake money system was created by elitists for elitism , control & manipulation of humanity…Therefore I think Greed is a major problem on this planet and also probably a serious mental illness for those involved..So Mr.Hancock basically i'm wondering why people such as yourself aren't sharing the wealth and hoarding sums such as your $130 Million dollars? i hope in the the near future that all greedy people are looked down upon and made to share everything they have stolen from humanity…

  14. Awesome upload !!! (tnx !!!) 🙂 I always see tripping as a mirror to the "soul"…and I have a feeling 99% of politicians will go bad in a trip…lol…so if we only had "Ayahuaska politicians" we would have a MUCH better world 😉 Namasteeeeeeeee 🙂

  15. One of the best interviews I have listen to with Graham talking about Ayahuasca, Graham Hancock was the first person who had inspired me to embark on my first journey to the Amazon to experience the brew. I am forever grateful to this man, for it has been the most life changing transformational upgrade to my internal operating system. Thanks for sharing this amazing interview.

  16. Yes good point,,,in the past social groups had shamens etc to guide ppl through these ceremonys of initiation,,guides with experience.thats why addiction is a problem nowdays as ppl have no guides traveling in uncharted waters without a map…lots of ppl end up shipwrecked on the rocks..!
    We need to reinstate the guides,the navigators……our modern high preists have become corrupt or spiritually bankrupt..

  17. Thank you for sending this to me! I'm trying to see just how far I can open my mind. I subscribed to your channel too! I'm trying to grow some balls and make a few videos of substance that actually challenge people.
    Thanks for the inspiration.

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