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This book helps to bridge the gap and introduce the missing information in a gradual and detailed manner, leaving behind any doubt that you are consuming a mere subjective take on currently publicly available scanty evidence.

This is a horrible book.

Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race

arrheologia There exists i Let me begin with the authors’ conclusion: Michael Cremo has set archaeology back more than years. Listen to both sides of the discussion. May 31, Gevera Bert added it. By detailed accounts the authors show how mainstream archaeology tries to stifle, suppress or totally ignore discoveries when they don’t fit their standard model of things.

This would be acceptable if this had been a peer reviewed and vetted text which was then published by an academic press but it was not Jan 29, Christina rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: A bible for the alternative history buffs, and a challenge to the scientific establishment.

Jun 07, Alan Grieveson rated it it was amazing. Ironically, this book actually gives me much more tolerance for the creationist criticisms of standard evolutionary anthropology. It is fascinating stuff and gives a great deal of food for thought. The revelations of an objective and unbiased analysis vs.

We conclude that the total evidence This book gives new insight into the way our scientific process works and has agheologia.

So far I find the book convincing mostly because of the copious cases that the author references in the text. View all 12 comments. Jun 12, Linda rated it it was amazing Shelves: Trivia About Forbidden Archeol This book made me want to major in archaeology – unfortunately, many of the college professors out there are adament against anything outside of the timeline that they believe is set in stone, even now, almost a dozen years after this book was first published.


On a personal note, I took an anthropology class years ago, in Books by Michael A. Then there was the fact that this book was just a setup for their sequel: Just amazing, what you won’t be taught at school. Taylor, Richard, Louis A.

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I would not recommend this book to a casual reader who is not obsessed with the origins of humankind. I found it fascinating as I sat in class that this man was insinuating that I, as a Finn, was barely “human” enough to have earned the right to have fire and primitive tools, yet there I was in college completely integrated with the rest of the “homo sapiens sapiens”.

Oct 01, Peggy Bechko rated it really liked it Shelves: Forbidden Archeology documents a systematic process of “knowledge filtration” and constitutes a serious challenge to the Darwinian theory of evolution. For example, the Calaveras skull, alleged to be hundreds of thousands of years old, was dated to BP by radiocarbon dating methods Taylor et al He clearly has a religious motivation, which he acknowledges He favors a Vedic history but he keeps his religious biases out of the overt discussion in this book, unlike the works of say, creationists.

Jul 17, John rated it liked it. This book changed me. I like strange books, what can I say? I hope Human Devolution is better than this one. Aug 27, Stuart Rimmer rated it it was amazing. One day he made a comment about the “mongoloid” heritage of the Finnish people and explained that it was likely due to the fact that the Finns were an isolated direct ancestor of “homo erectus” and not quite “homo sapiens sapiens”.

Without a doubt this research text is whole and complete and pisses off every so called research wannabee that ever crawled the planet. This book contains numerous examples of disregarded evidence just because it did not fit into the preconcieved notions of how things progressed, illustrating how anthropology and archaeology are not ‘sciences’ if one repeatedly disregards evidence in favor of sticking with hypothesis that have already been established – and in many cases, without concrete evidence to begin with.


Many original reports are painstakingly quoted and reproduced in some length, translated from other languages. Interziisa 02, Jai Joshi rated it it was amazing. Combining this with other mainstream histories of science A A fascinating alternative view of our anthropological knowledge and theories. It left me wanting to learn more which is always a good thing.

Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael A. Cremo

My biggest problem with this book was the deadening repetition of data and biographies that repeat themselves over and over and over again: At least Cremo tells you upfront that he subscribes to the Hindu view of the world age circle. Over the past two centuries archeologists and ijterzisa have ignored, forgotten and suppressed arheologua quantities of evidence showing that human beings like ourselves have existed on this planet for tens of millions of years. All these findings indicate a great human civilisation, lost in time.

If you really are into alternative science knterzisa archaeology then you may find this interesting No stars because I didn’t finish it. Excellent book for anyone interested in anthropology, archaeology, human origins. I expected something like “Fingerprints of the Gods” and it’s not, it’s creationist literature, very dry and boring and not at all compelling. Exhaustive and well-written book that every archeologist should read. Still, it was interesting if deadening.