Description

Lost Origins explores all things ancient mystery, alternative historical theory, extraterrestrial phenomena, and lost civilizations. Every week, Andrew chats with experts, researchers, and authors on esoteric history and mind bending mysteries.

Customer Reviews

Ahhh save me from this mess

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Risk 'a'
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2018-01-05
WTF did I just listen to? What a mess this is and such a poor quality show

Should not be in science category maybe entertainment not great at that either

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{STRIPE}¥•?
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2017-11-07
Terrible analysis and poor choice of experts

Nuts!

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Magicbikeboy
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2017-07-22
🙄

Lost evidence

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Duncan Bagel
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2016-05-09
Having listened to the last episode regarding the templars in North America I have reassessed my initial enthusiasm for this podcast. The interviewer allowed the author to make some pretty far out claims and even promised evidence to support them but this was nowhere to be found here. Masonic ritual is not evidence on its own, it is by nature mysterious and cannot be taken as gospel. The author also cites as evidence the so called Templar Meridian as evidence linking sites in North America to the Templars - conveniently this meridian was discovered by himself!
The interviewer really should have pressed him harder to justify some of his claims but was sycophantic to the extreme. I know his publisher sponsors the show but even so you can and should be asking questions even if you desperately want to believe something to be true. A mind made up is as bad as a closed mind.

Very interesting

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Jab0510
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2016-04-24
Really enjoy these podcasts.
Makes you think and wonder about the world the universe and humankind differently.

Just found the pod! Looks right up my alley

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Erabbdg
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2016-04-17
Is ep 1 missing on purpose? If not please set your feed page to show infinite posts or it will only show what is loaded on the page.

Brilliant Find

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Tartan Jeff
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2016-04-15
Fascinating look at other theories on past civilisations , and history in general , but not the conventional kind we are taught . Thought-provoking , presented in a straightforward and interesting way