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Hidden History is a detective novel as much as a scholarly tour de force. But the murder is not the butler. Neither is the victim a rich old man with many heirs. The victim is man himself, and the role of the assassin is played by numerous scientists. Dr. Michael Rothstein, Politiken Newspaper, Denmark
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About the Author
Michael A Cremo is a research associate of the Bhaktivedanta Institute specializing in the history and philosophy of science. His persistent investigations during the eight years of writing Forbidden Archeology documented a major scientific cover-up. Richard L. Thompson, founding member of the Bhaktivedanta Institute, received his Ph.D. in mathematics from Cornell University.
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A more concise and clearly stated version of FORBIDDEN ARCHEOLOGY. Some of the evidence is startling and, while some is questionable, so is much of the theory and evidence that supports the 'official record'. Since the authors present almost any and all contradictions to the academic version of history as fact, it is up to the reader himself to discern what is likely to have occurred and what is unlikely. However, the authors have revealed many anomalies that cannot be safely tucked into the dominant paradigm. To add credence to this work I refer the reader to Peter Tompkin's MYSTERIES OF THE MEXICAN PYRAMIDS and to Zapp & Erikson's ATLANTIS IN AMERICA which shows that the most enigmatic relics of a great civilization, the almost perfect stone spheres of Costa Rica, have been declared 'out of context' and successfully ignored by the archeological establishment.
Archaeology is a field to which the 'knowledge filter' can be applied. (If a scientific discovery complies with current beliefs and knowledge, then it passes through the filter. see You Are Being Lied To, edited by Russ Kick) This book lays out various noncompliant data for the reader to decide. It's kind of wordy and not divided into bold subheadings, but filled with quality information.