This is a powerful talk by Graham Hancock, in which he sums up his lifework and establishes his case for a global civilization which preceded the end of the last Ice Age.
The evidence for this survives in the legends that come down to us from ancient civilizations all over the world, describing global floods. Modern geologists agree that these did occur at the end of the last Ice Age. Evidence for a global civilization also survives in old maps, which were brought back to Europe during the 12th century, based on much older maps likely stored at the ancient Library of Alexandria.
There’s a lot more, all of it very interesting, delivered with charm and humor and a must-see for Hancock fans and fans of the mysteries of our ancient history.