• Published on Jun 15, 2021
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  • The Rabid Scorpion
    The Rabid Scorpion 5 months ago +255

    I started reading this book at a friend's house one night. Politely excused myself, went to Barnes And Noble that same night, bought a copy and spent all night reading it. No regrets.

    • David Podesta
      David Podesta 6 days ago

      @mm I didn’t think of that when the shelves were empty… 😄👍

    • mm
      mm 6 days ago +1

      I did a very similar thing, it's been so difficult getting toilet paper during Covid lockdowns in recent years.

    • David Podesta
      David Podesta 13 days ago +1

      @Charlotte Olbrisch No… Hawaii is an example of this… and the line of suspected past hot spots tracing behind Hawaii with the gradual tectonic plate movement.

    • Don M
      Don M 13 days ago


    • Charlotte Olbrisch
      Charlotte Olbrisch 13 days ago +1

      @David Podesta Hot spots doesnt have to be near the edge of the plate....

  • Sonja14athome
    Sonja14athome 4 months ago +110

    This is beautifully written, wonderfully read, factually verified and easily understood. While it is lengthy the time spent listening flies. Thank you for presenting it and the rest that make up its entirety

    • JPO
      JPO Month ago

      @Douglas Raddi yeah hurr

    • Douglas Raddi
      Douglas Raddi Month ago

      @JPO no waaay. Really!

    • JPO
      JPO Month ago +1

      @Douglas Raddi everything that he presents as factual is in fact factual.

    • Levana Vered
      Levana Vered Month ago

      Factually verified? Do you look up those?

  • Bennett Chandler II
    Bennett Chandler II 3 months ago +38

    Thank you for uploading this book. I love how graham narrated himself.

    • ns horus
      ns horus 7 days ago

      It's not the complete book

    • 2msvalkyrie
      2msvalkyrie 20 days ago

      Yes. . His talents are endless. Who'd have guessed he could read ? ?

    PAUL MCLEAN Day ago

    ... an amazing and thought provoking book - extremely enjoyable listening ... thank you for uploading!

  • Snugglepig
    Snugglepig 14 days ago +5

    Read by the author. Tremendous. Always better that way. He knew what he was trying to convey. And conveys it perfectly. Enjoy.

  • Kayleb Tooley
    Kayleb Tooley Month ago +11

    Thank you for this book. This world is for more magical than anyone ever talks about.

  • Chris Mac
    Chris Mac 2 months ago +29

    I came across Graham in the 90s in my DND studies. Where I discovered some of the old maps. I'm so glad it and he withstood all forms of critique and ridicule. Integrity is so important Graham has maintained his for 25 years.

    • dogeness
      dogeness 3 days ago

      DND? Dungeons and dragons?

    • Hangriat
      Hangriat 15 days ago

      @2msvalkyrie lol why does he not have integrity

    • 2msvalkyrie
      2msvalkyrie 20 days ago +1

      Graham Hancock and " integrity " in the same sentence ? !?
      Not something you see every day...

  • Wayne McGuire
    Wayne McGuire 9 months ago +95

    Just bought this book. Wouldn't have without listening to this audio book!

    • Angela McKay
      Angela McKay 5 months ago +3

      Will need a soft rainy day now...

  • Graham Thomas
    Graham Thomas 22 days ago +2

    Thank you Graham Hanckock what a pleasure to listen to you, sounds like Verocohcia was a group of men on a mission to re-civilise the world after a cataclysm.

  • Daro Darius
    Daro Darius 14 days ago +1

    It’s been so wonderful hearing the book by Mr. Graham himself. I will order the book because one got to have it.

  • Amanda Lyons
    Amanda Lyons 4 months ago +44

    Love the rain in the background 😊 makes me all cosy and warm curled up by the fire listening with a wee glass of wine 🍷

    • Amanda Lyons
      Amanda Lyons 2 days ago

      @Jason Scott 😂😂

    • Jason Scott
      Jason Scott 2 days ago +1

      I read it as glass of wee at first 😂

    • Zain Passing By
      Zain Passing By 22 days ago

      But he is from Britain. There is raining often. Just a taught...

    • TheRantingBoy
      TheRantingBoy 23 days ago

      @Perer Addison I'm quite an experienced producer and can say with certainty that this a recording of rain added. This is not tape noise or audio artefacts due to noise reduction.

    • Perer Addison
      Perer Addison 24 days ago

      @Third Eye Open TEO. You are correct. That background rain sound was referred to as Tape Hiss. Then Dolby A and B noise reduction filters were invented to deal with that. But, to my ears, was really only a treble reduction switch, and basically a useless value adding device to trick snobby audiofiles into paying out a bit more money.for a uselessly jazzed up cassette player

  • Paramahansa Cryptonanda
    Paramahansa Cryptonanda 4 months ago +92

    This book should go into time capsules, vacuum sealed, for future civilizations to find.

    • VaMa
      VaMa 7 days ago

      @2msvalkyrie lmao you must live a sad life

    • Massive pump 305
      Massive pump 305 18 days ago

      @2msvalkyrie you’re one of those the establishment will never lie to us types?

    • 2msvalkyrie
      2msvalkyrie 20 days ago

      Yeah ! To prove how gullible we were ! Future generations will think WTF !!.....were they really THAT stupid .?

    • Dave Powell
      Dave Powell 2 months ago +1

      @Testa Dicondominio Sharpwit!

    • David Cox
      David Cox 2 months ago

      Excellent idea 💡

  • Dan Rodgers
    Dan Rodgers 3 months ago +9

    Thanks for the upload. I read this read around 20 years old, great to revisit it after absorbing hours of Carlsons more recent lectures

  • Francisco Sant'Anna
    Francisco Sant'Anna 2 months ago +7

    I've been reading this book for almost 11/2 years and I just can't get through with it. Every time I check randomly parts I've already read, I find information that has gone unnoticed. It's a masterpiece for truth seekers.

    • Francisco Sant'Anna
      Francisco Sant'Anna 12 days ago

      @Nathan Berry Hear you, Nat. Too bad I won’t be around that long ! Cheers, mate !

    • David Leo Morley
      David Leo Morley 2 months ago

      @Nathan Berry
      You: "And in a few decades or centuries 'established' scientists will write papers endorsing these ideas and people like you will do what they have always done and be amazed all while dismissing people like Hancock.
      Me: In a few months or years, you could escape the personality cult you're trapped inside of. It just takes the courage to examine the evidence.

    • Nathan Berry
      Nathan Berry 2 months ago

      @David Leo Morley And in a few decades or centuries 'established' scientists will write papers endorsing these ideas and people like you will do what they have always done and be amazed all while dismissing people like Hancock.

  • Michael Bates
    Michael Bates 3 months ago +4

    There is alot to learn from you and we Thank You for sharing your knowledge with us sir !

  • Aleph Tav
    Aleph Tav 3 months ago +165

    I read this book 23 or 24 yrs ago while I was in prison. Changed the course of my life. Thank You Graham! Your book made my 5yrs of incarceration bearable

    • Israel Moreno
      Israel Moreno 26 days ago +1

      Then you ain’t black’s

    • Dave Powell
      Dave Powell Month ago +1

      @George Glen Aha! Thanks

    • George Glen
      George Glen Month ago +3

      @Dave Powell murdered his English teacher. Got a Long sentence and made the best of it😂

    • Dave Powell
      Dave Powell 2 months ago +5

      5years for one book? Curious as speed reading isn't illegal

  • aviduke
    aviduke 3 months ago

    I bought this book when it came out. It was and still is so interesting

  • Reece d
    Reece d 8 months ago +137

    Regardless of people's opinions of Rogan there is nobody with a platform as big as his, willing to have people with wild ideas on to discuss them. He may be many things but at least he's open to new information. Gives everyone a fair shot to make their case. The Hancock episode is my favourite. Amazon cities, people with the same unchanged dna as aboriginals. CRAZY

    • a
      a 19 days ago

      @Bob Jary who wants to rely on scientists when we have people who write fantasy novels

    • a
      a 19 days ago

      @Reece d nice to see you don't just believe everything he says, people are surprisingly invested in this guy

    • a
      a 19 days ago

      @mrichar9 yes I just returned from travelling and studying the scientifics, so your assumption couldn't be more incorrect my friend

    • a
      a 19 days ago

      @C I have been too busy getting vitamin D from the sunlight, I agree with whatever you think

  • michael protzmann
    michael protzmann 4 months ago +54

    Graham just friggin kills it narrating his work. I love listening to his lectures.
    Also, I love the way he pronounces words like “shaman” or “herb” and “controversy”

    • Mike Ferguson
      Mike Ferguson 2 days ago

      @ David Lee. Boooooom🤌🏻🤌🏻🤌🏻 *fred Flintstone style*. “Wiiiiiiil-Maaaaaah”. Damn, any husbands out there lmao😂

    • Maxamum Dawg
      Maxamum Dawg 8 days ago


  • Adrian Layman
    Adrian Layman Month ago +4

    3:43:58 Chalula "the making of the Great Ziggurat"
    3:46:25 Tower of Bable from The Book of Genesis

    • Douglas Raddi
      Douglas Raddi Hour ago +1

      @Kelly McManus lol

    • Kelly McManus
      Kelly McManus 22 hours ago

      @Mike Ferguson wow.
      You didn't waste any time going straight to idiot!
      Congratulations Mike.

    • Mike Ferguson
      Mike Ferguson Day ago

      You will forgive the tower of babel as the book of genesis describes it isn’t what you think and if you do think that your very confused as to the Sacred Nature of the World and the Cyclical system of human activity that ‘takes possession of the World under god ……’ every time.
      How gay.

  • Ben Johnston
    Ben Johnston 4 months ago +14

    I bought thsi on a whim I was struggling for a decent read .........omg now I am at max speed and have more questions about the origins of humanity than I could ever have had on my own volition Thankyou Graham for the ignition ....this is unbelievably inspiring I now have a theory myself

    • Chris Coker
      Chris Coker 6 days ago

      @Ben Jammin where's all this water going down hill all the time?

    • Chris Coker
      Chris Coker 6 days ago

      @Ben Jammin why doesn't the moon appear just like the stars?

    • Chris Coker
      Chris Coker 6 days ago

      @Ben Jammin what causes the tides and waves on our flat earth 🌎?

    • Chris Coker
      Chris Coker 6 days ago

      @Steven Thompson it's hard to argue about evolution when some people still act like apes.

    • Ben Jammin
      Ben Jammin 3 months ago +1

      @Steven Thompson I guess you have it all figured out :) If you can please demonstrate your evidence of water curving at its surface, that would really end the discussion entirely. I'll wait patiently!

  • TheRABman _
    TheRABman _ 4 months ago +8

    A masterpiece 👍🏻

  • richard blair
    richard blair 3 months ago +2

    Love Gram. I have always believed in an older civilization that's been lost to time. Gram is the first I encountered saying it publicly.

  • Landra Lloyd
    Landra Lloyd 5 months ago +31

    I put this on before bed each night 🌃
    Thank you
    PS. Still need this book!

    • Gail Cirac
      Gail Cirac 4 months ago +1

      Ever night, as well.

    • drkdrumz
      drkdrumz 4 months ago +2

      me too...and go back to the same minute the next night cuz I can't recall anything.

    • Ben Johnston
      Ben Johnston 4 months ago +2

      @Emerson get the audible version and go for a long drive its amazing

    • TheRABman _
      TheRABman _ 4 months ago +2

      Shitttt I do this to.

    • Emerson
      Emerson 5 months ago +5

      Lol…me too, except I only progress about 10 minutes a night because I fall asleep!

  • Anthony Williams
    Anthony Williams 3 months ago

    I’ve read it twice and now keep the audio on while in my hotel to keep reflecting on this wonderful journey to enlightenment

  • Mick
    Mick 9 months ago +47

    Even if I get to listen to all of it I will still buy the book. It's great stuff and they gave him such a crap time for his efforts.

    • VaMa
      VaMa 6 days ago

      @Matthew Holman elaborate?

    • Matthew Holman
      Matthew Holman 3 months ago

      @travelerInBlack This is either a god tier bait comment or you are actually a limited person

  • Matt Z
    Matt Z 27 days ago +1

    Love the rain background. Makes the story even better. 👍🏼

  • Sandy Niki
    Sandy Niki 2 months ago +4

    I've always wondered what knowledge is hiding from the populace in the Vatican library? I really think there are many answers to the questions in this book hiding there.

    • VaMa
      VaMa 6 days ago

      Theres probably a reson why they wont let people in..

  • OoOoOo OoOoOo
    OoOoOo OoOoOo 9 months ago +25

    Amazing!! Thanks for uploading.

    SIMON CONSTABLE 16 days ago +1

    I'm reminded of a lengthy presentation of unexplained material on TheXvid about 10 years ago. Items found allover the World. In caves. In the ground. Under the oceans. It was suspiciously removed.

  • Just someguy
    Just someguy 3 months ago +9

    The rain in the background is perfect. Really sets the mood.

  • Flower Doyle
    Flower Doyle Month ago +1

    Just wondering if there's a greater link between Viracocha "Foam of the Sea" and the Christian Fish symbol? Something to ponder and keep in mind with further study.

  • Richard Conner
    Richard Conner 2 months ago

    The hand placement on the MOA on Easter Island on the stomach & as seen on some of the large T-stones in Gobleki Tepi indicates the optimum placement of the hands🤲 on the body to maximize the kundalini energies potential during meditation🧘‍♂️, "at that time" in our spiritual evolutionary trajectory,which is cylical.

  • Chris 432T
    Chris 432T 6 months ago +33

    I can't help but think Antarctica was Atlantis or very closely tied to it?
    Great book and even better narrated by the author.
    Thank you GH!

  • Svin Kuk
    Svin Kuk 3 months ago +2

    listening to this i feel like im in a victorian cottage listening to an old adventurous scholar telling his stories by a warm fire one evening in the autumn in the english country side

  • Dwayne Galvin
    Dwayne Galvin 5 days ago

    Has anyone ever imposed the constellation of Orion over the pyramids, lining up the belt stars, using pi to encircle the globe and find where the other stars line up? His arrow 🏹 will point the way!

  • GuerrillaNature
    GuerrillaNature 8 months ago +10

    Is there rain in the background or is it just white noise? Either way, very relaxing and interesting, thank you!

    • Hajji Wayne Ibraheem Conley
      Hajji Wayne Ibraheem Conley 15 days ago

      @Perer Addison it's added to fool the algorithm.

    • GuerrillaNature
      GuerrillaNature 23 days ago +2

      @Perer Addison how sure are you about that?

    • Perer Addison
      Perer Addison 24 days ago

      ... that rainy sound is cassette Tape-Hiss, picked up by the recording head as the magnetic tape must pass over it in order to record. Friction and pressure causes drag as the tape flows across the head from reel to reel. Dubbing from analogue to digital is picking up that white noise fault that can be digitally masked out and elimated but was not seen as too much of a problem ...

    • Vincent Russo
      Vincent Russo 5 months ago

      Amen..very soothing

    • Jeff Tatro
      Jeff Tatro 6 months ago +1

      Yup, rain. If you listen with headphones, it's very prominent.

  • Here For Now
    Here For Now 6 months ago +21

    Thank you very much!
    The rain is PERFECT
    This is super cozy
    Good job GH

  • cuchalainn
    cuchalainn 9 months ago +80

    I love the rain track
    In the background
    Very satisfying and relaxing
    Great idea
    Thanks so much

    • Perer Addison
      Perer Addison 24 days ago

      @Rumplestiltskin ... Annoyingly Greatfull. Isn't that some kind of Ocymoronicality-?

    • G.C. Morrocco
      G.C. Morrocco 3 months ago +1

      It was recorded in his car.

    • Vincent Russo
      Vincent Russo 5 months ago

      Yeah , its definitely a plus for me, and it's just so subtle to not be encroaching upon the material.

    • James Chapman
      James Chapman 6 months ago +3

      It's the sound of Hancock pissing all over established theories that the pride of archaeologists or historians prevents them from genuinely revisiting. This pride to protect one's life's work is so devastating to the development of our knowledge.

    • Boo Voudoun
      Boo Voudoun 6 months ago +1

      yeah, i agree. at first i thought it was raining outside my house. after reading these comments i don't know, did Hancock record in the rain? did Hancock use a rain track? or was the raintrack added after? i don't know but i like it. very relaxing and more authors should do it

  • johnnyp pi
    johnnyp pi 2 months ago +2

    I finally found an answer to my insomnia! I also think my cat is in a coma from overhearing this book. I agree that there may have been a prior civilization during and through the last ice age (Gobekli tepe comes to mind 12K years ago) but this book doesn't really do anything but speculate. When he pulled the alien out of the closet, I was done! Show me the aliens!!! 👽👽👽

    • scott heathco
      scott heathco 2 months ago +1

      I think the term alien is used wrong..perhaps they are super terrestrial meaning they are still here but are very reluctant to make themselves known much like in the movie midnight special

  • Mathew Winney
    Mathew Winney Month ago

    Here's a good question:
    Could the "Eye of the Sahara", be the prime maridium of the Perry Riece maps?

  • Tony DeanDriskell
    Tony DeanDriskell 7 months ago +5

    Great upload, I subscribed. I'm not a great reader unless they are legal documents so these audio uploads are greatly appreciated. Thankyou.

  • Big ERN
    Big ERN Month ago +2

    New Challenge: Take a full dose of edibles, then double said amount, then put on headphones and close your eyes and listen to this book in it's entirety.

    • 2msvalkyrie
      2msvalkyrie 20 days ago

      Thanks but I'd rather avoid the risk of recurring psychotic episodes and memory loss .

  • The Great Pumpkin
    The Great Pumpkin 2 months ago +2

    I appreciate the added rainfall effect. Was this in the original recording?

    • Julius Fučík
      Julius Fučík Month ago +1

      Yes, apparently Graham recorded this stuck in his broken down car?

  • Gail Cirac
    Gail Cirac 6 months ago +9

    Finding Atlantis is a new series on Discovery Channel. Pretty cool, you can see old settlements they're finding along the way. Beautiful scenery.

    • Will Stroud
      Will Stroud 5 months ago +3

      I believe you’re thinking of Hunting Atlantis, Finding Atlantis came out 10 years ago. Hunting Atlantis was mostly “discoveries” that had already been made, that pointed toward Atlantis according to Stel Pavlou -a speculative fiction novelist’s timeline. It was the epitome of forcing a puzzle piece to fit. The way they cut off and spoke over the people that literally know more about the sites that they went to than anyone else on the planet I found very disrespectful.
      Graham Hancock has purposely strayed away from outright saying the word Atlantis (although i think he has a few times). He’s speaking more on the logic that the world’s population was connected much earlier than we “know” today.

  • T N
    T N 2 months ago

    I cant read more than a few pages because I get lazy eye and feel sleepy. Audiobooks is a godsend for me.

  • MzanziMan
    MzanziMan Day ago

    I’m gna tell my children the movie 2012 was a documentary and I lived through it

  • Baby Boo
    Baby Boo 6 months ago +5

    Thank you and well done.

  • Lanky Ade
    Lanky Ade 18 days ago

    Just so good, first time, and every time!

  • Lloyd Hardcastle
    Lloyd Hardcastle 7 months ago +5

    Thanks, always wanted to read this book.

  • Simon Greaves
    Simon Greaves 7 months ago +12

    Graham Hancock is open about his use of psychedelics. Set the playback speed to .25% and you can trip along with him. Makes for a long podcast though.

  • Arthur Morris
    Arthur Morris 10 months ago +31

    This book is Awesome

    • William Anderson
      William Anderson 6 months ago

      He has refined information in later books as better info became available.

  • Mobsters Inc
    Mobsters Inc 3 months ago

    Great book 📙

  • Marcus Sparticus
    Marcus Sparticus 8 months ago +16

    I've got and read the book but this will be useful to listen too in bed. Thanks 👍

    • Joyce Smith
      Joyce Smith 6 months ago

      Interesting, I thought the same but the pace is too fast if you're hoping for relaxation

  • Jawless
    Jawless Month ago

    If you check out this reviews of this on audible then you'll see the opposite of what you'll see here. Most people hate his narration and can't follow it. I wonder why there's such a disconnect between here and there.

  • DivineBeing247
    DivineBeing247 3 months ago +1

    Barnes and Nobles is amazing a massive book collection I love going to the one in Cary best one around

  • Joseph b.
    Joseph b. 5 months ago +29

    if anyone could post time stamps that would be much appreciated i always fall asleep listening to this

    • Kristina Reed
      Kristina Reed 4 months ago +2

      Click the three white buttons in the upper right corner hit the loop button and let it continually play over and over again

    • Amos Johansen
      Amos Johansen 5 months ago +2

      I was just about to say the same thing 🙂👍

  • Matt Giove
    Matt Giove Month ago +1

    Just wanna shout out Joe rogan for introducing me to this gem

  • Jersey Stotler
    Jersey Stotler 2 months ago

    Wonderful channel!! Thank you! SUBSCRIBED!

  • Duchess
    Duchess 22 days ago

    Great to sleep to too. So good.

  • miaumiau
    miaumiau 5 months ago +13

    The ancient alien theorists say YES

  • Isaac 4649
    Isaac 4649 3 months ago +1

    Chapter 18 4:21:07

  • Leonardo Boyling
    Leonardo Boyling Month ago

    What a guy our Graham is.

  • Cody Lakenen
    Cody Lakenen 17 days ago

    I feel like this ancient civilization theory fits with Terrence McKenna’s stones ape theory.

  • Joey J
    Joey J 7 months ago +3

    Omg amazing! Thanks for this.

  • Posh Bastard
    Posh Bastard 9 months ago +11

    Thought provoking & inspirational. I look forward to visiting the pyramids & Maccu Piccu

  • wingedpearloyster
    wingedpearloyster 4 months ago +8

    The sound of rainfall in the background is distracting, but it's a fascinating text. Thanks for uploading👌

  • Byung Cho
    Byung Cho Month ago

    He was a guest on Art Bell's show!!!😁

  • ronald whittaker
    ronald whittaker 23 days ago

    thank you for posting this Jay

  • ev3goddess y.o. Chandler
    ev3goddess y.o. Chandler 8 months ago +24

    Definitely laying dwn enjoying this audiobook ☺😊

  • Isaac 4649
    Isaac 4649 3 months ago

    Chapter 15 3:32:52

  • Billy Highfill
    Billy Highfill 8 months ago +2

    Thank you sir

  • john hudson
    john hudson 2 months ago

    Read in 1997. Great read.

  • BIG Easy
    BIG Easy 6 months ago +16

    If you like this please support Graham Hancock…… and Randall Carlson these 2 complement each other in there researches so darn well.

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      T R 6 months ago +1


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  • Marvin Mansfield
    Marvin Mansfield 5 months ago +1

    This is great Thanks

  • Not Anna Jones
    Not Anna Jones 2 months ago

    Omg, this is amazing with the rain the background.

  • Avid Non (get it)
    Avid Non (get it) 2 months ago

    Thank you thank you thank you, I love this gentleman's science. I do not understand why he gets harassed!?!

    • Craig Hicks
      Craig Hicks 24 days ago

      Because scientists hate What If...? scenarios. Unless it can be proved you should keep your theories to yourself. Unfortunately, they fail to understand that imagination is vital in the beginning stages of uncovering truth.

  • Thomas Bramwell
    Thomas Bramwell 2 months ago +1

    Most vikings were farmers, I don't think its a massive stretch of the imagenation for a party of them to be blown of course and end up in South America.

  • CryptoIPC
    CryptoIPC 3 months ago +3

    It makes sense that the sons of Noah should be master shipbuilders and navigators, since their father built the Ark.

  • Adam
    Adam 2 months ago

    Personal bookmark 1:51:00

  • David Peterson
    David Peterson 2 months ago

    I forgot what I was listening to and thought, for half a minute, that I was listening to a Lovecraft audiobook

  • Jon Ypofer
    Jon Ypofer 2 months ago

    This is awesome

  • Rena Wells High Priestess, Healer & Mystic

    I am only coming across this material but solidifies all my visions I have had with ayahuasca and the cities I have seen. Graham’s work validates so much of these visions and makes sense now. Thank you for this!

  • Gerard O Connor
    Gerard O Connor 8 months ago +29

    Could listen again and again ✌️🇮🇪😎

  • Jeff Tatro
    Jeff Tatro 7 months ago +6

    Funny how when wearing headphones the rain is very prominent, car stereo, can hardly hear it.

    • G.C. Morrocco
      G.C. Morrocco 3 months ago

      @Josh Morales
      It was recorded in his car.

    • Jeff Tatro
      Jeff Tatro 6 months ago

      @Josh Morales thank you. Very good explanation.

    • Josh Morales
      Josh Morales 6 months ago +3

      It’s the compression in the rain audio track which was added over the audiobook recording. I would imagine even if it’s been duplicated a few times to reach the 6 hr run time it’s probably a hefty file size.

    • Elwood P. Dowd
      Elwood P. Dowd 7 months ago

      Tire noise might mask it.

  • CosmiQToast
    CosmiQToast 28 days ago

    The rain noise in the background is a fantastic idea

  • Doug guoD
    Doug guoD 7 months ago

    😇 Was kinda hoping for a Mountains of Madness sequel 😇

  • Dave Murray
    Dave Murray 6 months ago

    Amazing thank you

  • AsAboveSoBelow
    AsAboveSoBelow 6 months ago +2

    I love you for posting this TYSM

  • Cian O Aichir
    Cian O Aichir 8 months ago +20

    Thanks for the upload brother 🇮🇪❤️

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      Cian G 6 months ago


    • Ciaran Walsh
      Ciaran Walsh 7 months ago +3

      amazing isn't it! 🇮🇪

  • swOOpizzy
    swOOpizzy 9 months ago +36

    This would be 100% if it had pictures while he talked,like the maps.

    • Miggsie
      Miggsie 4 months ago

      yeah, but then you'd see it doesn't look anything like the coast of Antarctica, is in the wrong place, and is part of south america.

    • M Christopher
      M Christopher 6 months ago

      Exactly..I seen a video from Robert Sepher great information with great video.

    • Dino Costis
      Dino Costis 6 months ago +1

      @Amy Hargraves pictures are in the book 👍

    • Adam Hill
      Adam Hill 7 months ago +2

      Watch one of the multiple times he and Randell Carleson have been on joe rogans podcast. Pictures and all, it's amazing 👏

    • Amy Hargraves
      Amy Hargraves 8 months ago +2

      Like in Graham's presentations! That would be sweet🤩

  • Vermin Killah
    Vermin Killah 11 months ago +6

    Awesome book! Ty 😁

  • tofty21
    tofty21 8 months ago +8

    Wow! Brilliant. Thank you for sharing.

  • Imran Khan
    Imran Khan 7 months ago +3

    The only draw back is lack of related pictures
    Great work though

    • VASHtheREAPR
      VASHtheREAPR 6 months ago

      That's why its called an AUDIO-book that means just sound. No visuals

  • Corey Dalton
    Corey Dalton 4 months ago

    What about the numbers of preccsession part anyone have a timestamp?

  • Steven Hoppe
    Steven Hoppe 5 months ago

    Thanks dude!

  • Afful Ebenezer junior
    Afful Ebenezer junior 6 months ago +3

    One word, amazing

  • paul carr
    paul carr 9 months ago +6


  • Konstantine Rosvoglou
    Konstantine Rosvoglou 3 months ago

    Chapter 3: 38.23

  • Tiotheberk
    Tiotheberk 6 months ago +2

    The rain makes this soo much better