The War on Consciousness: Graham Hancock at TEDxWhitechapel
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Graham Hancock tells the story of his 24-year relationship with cannabis brought to an abrupt halt in 2011 after an encounter with ayahuasca, the sacred visionary brew of the Amazon. Along the way he explores the mystery of death, the problem of consciousness, and the implications for the human future of a society that wages total war on true cognitive liberty.

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on Sat, Feb 23 2013 · 8,420 Views
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