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Forbidden History: Prehistoric Technologies, Extraterrestrial Intervention, and the Suppressed Origins of Civilization

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  • Posted October 17, 2009

    The Facts of Life About Human Prehistory

    We have all heard the story of prehistorical human civilization and its origins. It has the ring of plausibility, although it seems a bit hollow since it is based on the best understanding of archaeologists to date. Human prehistory is full of hunter-gatherer tribal units that cover a time period from the introduction of Neanderthals around 350 thousand years ago or Homo sapiens about 120 thousand years ago until the start of farming about 9 thousand years ago.

    The problem with this story is the great amount of evidence lying around that flatly contradicts this fantasy. I read "The Giza Power Plant" when it was first published in 1997. It was ground breaking material and put the lie to the fantasy we heard in school and demolished the surreal tale told by Egyptologists and history books. In this one book is the compendium of why we need to question how civilization came to this point over time. We need to realize that there were world spanning civilizations tens of thousands of years ago and that the answer to many of our current energy and food production problems lies in unraveling the truth about these civilizations.

    This book destroys the conventional explanations of prehistorical societies. Comprehensive and convincing evidence is presented by experts in physics, astronomy, and civil engineering to counter the fantasies of the Egyptologists and archaeologists. It's about time that an open minded approach is applied to discovering the truth about prehistory.

    Now that the amazing accomplishments of the ancients are being brought out and ocean archaeology is bringing up the story about our inundated ice-age civilizations, its time to reevaluate what really happened in the distant past. Let's proceed to find out what happened to those ancient empires. Why did the Clovis culture disappear in North America in 11000 BC, who carved the amphitheater 60 feet below the current sea level at Yonagumi island, when was the original data that forms the Piri Reis map collected, what was the technology that lifted the Giza pyramids into place, and how were the Nazca lines produced?

    When we have the answers to these and other questions about ancient civilizations we will finally be ready to make this one run properly. This is the first step in that process. Free yourself of childish preconceptions and join the modern world by reading this book.

    12 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2007

    Amazing Read

    This book seriously opened up my eyes. It is, to make things short, a series of essays by infamous catastrophists and archaeologists that talk of the mysteries of the past that modern historians and astrologers do not want us to know or deny. quite fascinating for those of us with previous thoughts of this deceit. even a mention or two of atlantis. check it out.

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 12, 2011

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    Very Good Book!

    I have owned this book long before I owned a nook, and it has always been one of my favorites, well worth the money.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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