Over the past centuries, researchers have found bones and articrafts showing that people like ourselves existed on earth millions of years ago but the scientific establishment has suppressed, ignored or forgotten these remarkable facts. Why? Because they contradict dominant views of human origins and antiquity.
In forbidden archeology, we accompany the authors on a fascinating intellectual expedition. We take part in the literary excavation of a vast store of hidden knowledge that adds a new dimension to our understanding of the history of our species. The journey of exploration takes us accross five continents to key archeological sites. Some long forgotten, some the centre of ongoing research. Along the way, we encounter many famous and infamous pioneers of prehistoric research, all with secrets to share.
"Forbidden archeology" is bound to inspire controversy, challenging as it does one of the most fundamental components of the modern scientific world view. Meticulously researched and carefully written. The book takes us to a crossroads of knowledge and invites us to take a courageous first step in a new direction of truth.
By Michael Cremo and Richard L. Thompson
Hardcover: 960 pages