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Michael Cremo - Forbidden Archeology & Human Devolution
July 26, 2007
Michael Cremo is on the cutting edge of science and culture issues. As he crosses disciplinary and cultural boundaries, he presents to his various audiences a compelling case for negotiating a new consensus on the nature of reality. For the first hour, author Michael Cremo joins us to talk about "Forbidden Archeology". For our members, Michael Cremo talks about his book "Human Devolution" and the origins of man. Topics Discussed: archeology, Bhaktivedanta Swami, Prana, creation of man 200 000 years ago vs. millions of Yyears ago, ideal model of science and archeology, J.D. Whitney & William H. Holmes challenges, knowledge filtration, the gold rush and human bones, dating artifacts, potassium-argon dating, radio carbon dating, NBC's Mysterious Origins of Man, billion year old spheres in South Africa, 200 000 year old coins from Illinois, Dinosaurs and humans, ancient man, ancient civilizations, Vedic atomic knowledge, atomic scientist Robert Oppenheimer and his reference to Vishnu, Sanskrit, suppressed information, devolution, spirit and matter, past lives, past life memories, materialism, Darwinism, consumerism, theories on human origins, order of the universe, creationism vs. evolution, modern india, crosspollination between the east and west, our common ancestor, organic experience machine, gods and goddesses, monopoly of choice , education system and more.


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Behind the scenes in California's Gold Country
Anomalous Artifacts
Ancient Skulls and Bones
Potassium-argon Dating
3 Billion Year Old Manufactured Spheroids?
The Evidence for Ancient Atomic Warfare Part 1
Part 2
1m-years-old footprints found at Margalla Hills


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