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    Harry Sivertsen posted a message to Jason Batchelor Hi Jason, See http://www.grahamhancock.com/forum/SivertsenH1.php?p=1 for the article o...Hi Jason, See http://www.grahamhancock.com/forum/SivertsenH1.php?p=1 for the article on Graham Hancock's site. This will give as good an introduction as any. Cheers Harry (more) and earned+3
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    Harry Sivertsen posted a message to Jason Batchelor Hi Jason, It is good to find a fellow convert to reality! You will not be disappointed in the...Hi Jason, It is good to find a fellow convert to reality! You will not be disappointed in the content. Quite a bit entails measure and this is a tale of its own but it creeps into all sorts of things... the George Washington Monument and the flood tale in Genesis for example. Then of course there are the oddball findings in Egypt that correlate the tale and these are currently being further reinforced by the latest findings, courtesy of my colleague Christopher Johns in Kuala Lumpur My own curiosity commenced back in the 80s when I stumbled across John Michell's book The New View over Atlantis. The work has no bearing on Plato's story but is basically about measure...I was hooked and set out to discover more...the end result of that investigation, over 20 years later, is the two books. Yes measures are linked to the myths and all is related to astronomy. More to the point, all can be shown to consistently work, the experiment is certainly repeatable which is not the case in any other investigation that I have seen of this nature. Currently I am working with Chris Johns on the transference of myth and its direct relationship to what was observed in the skies. Again, much stems from before convention allows but as is seen in Deluge the dating is confirmed by modern climatic research. Please contact me at home for any discussion on concept or content and I will be pleased to write at length on whatever area intrigues you. Incidentally I had the Author of the Month slot on Graham Hancock's site back in May 2010 and the piece I wrote to introduce the session is being published later this year. This is in the second edition of the “Lost Knowledge of the Ancients”, an anthology of articles on Hancock's site published by Inner Traditions. My introductory article is still available on Hancock's site and is titled Science versus Religion. If Chris and I eventually put a book together it is this concept that we shall probably be following. Cheers Harry (more) and bagged+3
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    Jason Batchelor posted a message to Harry Sivertsen Mr. Sivertsen, Thank you for the message. What began as a curiosity of mine a few years ago h...Mr. Sivertsen, Thank you for the message. What began as a curiosity of mine a few years ago has turned into a full-blown obsession. A roommate of mine in college had me read Daniel Quinn's "The Story of B" and this book references a great cultural shift that took place within our species many millenia ago. It was referred to as the "Great Forgetting". Fast forward 10 years to my stumbling across Graham Hancock's "Fingerprints of the Gods" and I was hooked. It truly seems to me that our culture has "forgot" a great deal about where we came from. I devoured Hancock's other works, as well as Hapgood's "Path of the Poles" and "Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings". The more I read, the more I want to learn! Your books have been on my list to read for some time; however, since I live in the US, I had to wait until I had the money to spare. I am excitedly waiting their arrival in a few weeks and I will certainly be contacting you in the future. Best regards, Jason (more) and received+3
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    Harry Sivertsen posted a message to Jason Batchelor Hi Jason, Thanks for the interest in Measurements of the Gods. Not to everyone's taste but ex...Hi Jason, Thanks for the interest in Measurements of the Gods. Not to everyone's taste but extremely informative. Some excellent reviews from a number of folks with similar interests. This is a subject that is generally ignored and in fact it can explain much. If you have any queries or wish to discuss any facet of the work then please mail me at h.sivertsen@btinternet.com Cheers Harry (more) and earned+3
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