Why Netflix’s ‘Ancient Apocalypse’ has got archaeologists up in arms

Why Netflix’s ‘Ancient Apocalypse’ has got archaeologists up in arms

2 months ago

NETFLIX is full of shows that promise to delve into the mysteries of our planet, and ‘Ancient Apocalypse’ is one of them.

In it, the British former journalist Graham Hancock revisits the myth of a distant, forgotten civilisation that supposedly transmitted its knowledge to early man – a theory that angers archaeologists.

At first glance, "Ancient Apocalypse" has everything to please viewers with its stunning scenes shot in Indonesia, Mexico, Malta and Turkey.

It is in these breathtaking settings that the controversial journalist and writer, Graham Hancock, claims to be documenting evidence of the existence, more than 12,000 years ago, of an ancient civilisation of builders.

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