Editorial Reviews. From the Publisher. I perceive in Forbidden Archeology a work of thoroughgoing scholarship and intellectual adventure. -Dr. Pierce Flynn. Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael A. Cremo and Richard L. Thompson quickly became a best selling underground. Forbidden Archeology has ratings and 48 reviews. James said: Well, I guess controversy sells. This is a horrible book. Michael Cremo has set archaeol.
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Archaeoogy like strange books, what can I say? Feder said, “While decidedly antievolutionary in perspective, this work is not the ordinary variety of antievolutionism in form, content, or style. Non sequitur su non sequitur. Ultimately, the book questions the Darwinian evolutionary assumptions underlying modern paleoanthropology.
That’s the same tabloid you see in the supermarket aisle with headlines about aliens and Adchaeology Boy. Books by Michael A. As I said before, this book is a commitment.
This is a massive tome, written in a dry and technical manner, and yet is utterly fascinating. Once one understand this viewpoint, everything else falls into place. It may be This is not an easy book to read.
Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race
Writing crmo Geoarcheology: 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 Scholars of mainstream archeology and paleoanthropology have described it as pseudoscience.
Old bones and stone tool findings that have been ignored due to their anomaly.
It may be the most important book of the last century to come along since Darwin. Whether all their evidence stands up or not and they’re clear on ambiguities themselves the book is a strong lesson in preconceptions and the importance of remembering that theory is not fact, and should be open to constant re-assessment.
Forbidden Archeology – Michael A. Cremo
Cremo takes examples of archaeological artifacts and bones that are out of “insitu” context and makes fantastic historical claims regarding these specimens. This book is a commitment to read.
That said, the arguments do seem strained and cherry-picked at times I actually read this book a while back and it is brilliant. But, Feder says, “When you attempt to deconstruct a well-accepted paradigm, it is reasonable forbidden expect that a new paradigm be foorbidden in its place.
He clearly has a religious motivation, which he acknowledges He favors a Vedic history but he keeps his religious biases out of the overt rachaeology in this book, unlike the works of say, creationists.
Cremo and Thompson fail to take account of this, he says, and seem to want to accord equal value to all finds. He concludes that the book is only “superficially scholarly”. The three stars I gave it were generous This book is shyt.
A super ancient beautiful vase deep down in the strata, from a time long before the existence of homo erectus. Really fascinating journey into the history of archaeology and human evolution. After Darwin’s “The origin of species” archeological items that contradict Darwinism were dismissed, even not discussed. It left me wanting to learn more which is always a good thing. This is a mighty tome, and not for those wanting a bit of light reading. Forbidden Archeology documents a systematic process of archaeollgy filtration” and constitutes a serious challenge to the Darwinian theory of evolution.
Retrieved 17 October My interest in human origins was piqued at this point as I was confident that I was not being provided with objective and unfiltered information. Jul 29, Andrew Hennessey rated it it was amazing. L’Homo Sapiens ha convissuto per milioni di anni con quelli che la maggior parte degli studiosi del settore ritengono i suoi antenati Australopithecus, Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus: