Forbidden Archeology: Suppressed Evidence of Early Man
2013 09 12
"[...]What happens when scientific evidence conflicts with theory? In the early sixties, discoveries were made in Central Mexico, which were the handiwork of early man. Exquisitely carved animal bones and advanced spear points caused much excitement, including a Life Magazine article, until the dates came in. 5 mutually exclusive geological tests revealed they were over 250,000 years old. In spite of the geochronology, archaeologists insisted the dates were too ridiculously old. This world-class archaeological region became off-limits for official research, a "professional forbidden zone."
This is the story of the shocking events that occurred, told first-hand by many of the actual participants. It reveals how one field of science can conflict with another and how new discoveries must battle evidence vs. belief, exposing what some have called "the dark side of archaeology."
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Michael Cremo - Forbidden Archeology & Human Devolution
Roundtable - Hour 1 - Man’s Genesis & The Future Direction of Humanity
Robert Bauval - Black Genesis, The Ancient People of Nabta Playa & Mars Anomalies
Troy McLachlan & Theodore Holden - Hour 1 - Cosmos in Collision: Antique Solar System, Neanderthals & Modern Man
Michael Cremo - Human Devolution, The Yuga Cycle & Reincarnation
Josh Reeves - Hour 1 - The Lost Secrets of Ancient America
Antoine Gigal - Pyramids, Ancient Egypt, Boat Pits & The Flood
Egypt Roundtable - Hour 1 - Ancient Technologies & Khemitology
Robert Schoch - Hour 1 - The Mystery of the Sphinx
Laird Scranton - The Science and Symbols of the Dogon & The Cosmological Plan
John Anthony West & Laird Scranton - Göbekli Tepe, Egypt & The Dogon
Ross Hamilton, Jim Vieira & Hugh Newman - Hour 1 - Giants, Mound Builders & Etheric Energy
Did Paleolithic Cave Painters Use Drugs to Create Geometric Designs from the "Biologically Embodied Mind"?
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Cave of Forgotten Dreams - 30,000 Year Old Paleolithic Art in 3D
Forbidden Archeology - Secret Discoveries of Early Man
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