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Ancient Apocalypse: Netflix Series Ancient Apocalypse: Everything You Need to Know About Host Graham Hancock

Ancient Apocalypse’s Graham Hancock (born August 2, 1950) is a journalist, prolific novelist, and author best known for his research into human civilization. In the Netflix series, the 72-year-old tries to paint a comprehensive picture of early human civilizations that may have predate the time that historians and archaeologists focus on.

The highly anticipated Netflix docuseries Ancient Apocalypse premiered on Friday, November 11th. The six-part docuseries examines Graham Hancock’s journey and chronicles his travels around the world to discover an advanced ancient civilization. Before you watch the first episode released today, we have everything you need to know about Graham Hancock.

Who is Graham Hancock?

Graham Hancock is a world-renowned British journalist and author of 12 books. Most of his work has explored how ancient cultures such as Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Mesoamerica connect to an ancient, unknown civilization from which they originated. Hancock has written for several well-known publications including The Guardian, The Economist and The Sunday Times.

However, Hancock’s works have been criticized by scholars and historians alike.

Scholars have classified almost all of Hancock’s “scientific theses” as pseudoscientific, and archaeologists have called his work “examples of pseudohistory and pseudoarchaeology.” Media sources indicate that none of Hancock’s research articles have been peer-reviewed.

Nonetheless, Hancock’s work has had a lasting impact on the public, and his work in search of traces of an ancient civilization spans three decades. He has also sold millions of copies of his books, which are still popular today. His last book, America Before: The Key to Earth’s Lost Civilization, was published in 2019.

frequently asked Questions

What is the release date of Ancient Apocalypse?
The first episode of Ancient Apocalypse starts on Friday 11th November.

When was Hancock’s last book out?
America Before: The Key to Earth’s Lost Civilization was released in 2019.

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