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Cremo identifies himself as a “Vedic creationist. My archaeology professor told me that this book was written by a wacko with fringe theories even though he had not read it. It may be the most important book of the last century to come along since Darwin. A super ancient beautiful vase deep down in the strata, from a time long before the existence of homo erectus.

I don’t believe Cremo’s arheologla wholesale. I understand why so few people, of my acquaintance, have never finished this tome Lots of strange things in this book, grist for the mill for a writer who likes to ponder strange things, so to speak.

It’s writing style is more than a bit dry, so I probably should have given it a 3 star review, but the content was so much fun in a peculiar way that I just had to give it four. I have always been skeptical of some of the links in the evolutionary chain, and it has always been a nagging fascination of mine to find out more.

This book is a commitment to read.

To ask other readers questions about Forbidden Archeologyplease sign up. My anthropology teacher was an old stuffy kind of guy, reading to us from our textbooks during lecture, typically without any relevant dialogue or explanation. The book is very long and dense, cataloguing case after case after case of weak and anomalous evidence. This book wasn’t what I thought. Jul 30, Alicedewonder rated it it was amazing. Have you ever had a friend who watched some shitty conspiracy theory documentary and then talked about it nonstop without ever actually analyzing the claims it made or checking to see how those claims had been addressed by experts?


This book discusses not only the most famous finds, but also objectively discusses well documented discoveries that were dismissed because they did not fit into the current pet theories of human evolution. This book contains numerous examples of disregarded evidence just because it did not fit into the preconcieved notions of how things progressed, illustrating how anthropology and archaeology are not ‘sciences’ if one repeatedly disregards evidence in favor of sticking with hypothesis that have already been established – and in many cases, without concrete evidence to begin with.

A very deep book that challenges the academic assumptions and bias taught as fact. L’Homo Sapiens ha convissuto per milioni di anni con quelli che la maggior parte degli studiosi del settore ritengono i suoi antenati Intrrzisa, Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus: The book is well written with adequate definiti This book is absolutely fascinating, but it is not something you can pick up and thumb arheoloia.

The scientific society has not been always honest with the public about the remains of our ancestors. Want to Read saving….

Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race

View all 12 comments. Java Man, for instance, seems to rest on very shaky evidence. Things like anatomically modern human bones raheologia from rock strata millions of years old, This is a mighty tome, and not for those wanting a bit of light reading. People who are convinced by this are most likely people who have a problem accepting the Theory wrheologia Evolution in the first place, scientifically illiterate people who haven’t taken a science class since high school.

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The human footprint next to that of a dinosaur’s. May 08, Lyrae rated it it was amazing. One day he made a comment about the “mongoloid” heritage of the Finnish people and explained that it was likely due to the fact that the Finns were an isolated direct ancestor of “homo erectus” and not quite “homo sapiens sapiens”. I have read this huge volume, which details anthropological, paleontological and archaeological discoveries classified as “anomalies” because their very presence suggest that the conventional “facts” as established by a dogmatic scientific arheolkgia, intolerant of challenges to their religion, three times now, and I plan to purchase this soon.


For a fraction of the price of my college class, I learned a great deal more and onterzisa not subjected to the cultural bias of my old Russian instructor. They are a bit cagey about their approach when the affirm: I would not recommend this book to a casual reader who is not obsessed with the origins of humankind. Oct 01, Peggy Bechko rated it really liked it Shelves: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

This book is absolutely fascinating, but it is not something you can pick up and thumb through.

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. May 31, Gevera Bert added it.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Inteezisa 12, AniKore rated it it was amazing. But this book changes the fields of anthropology and archeology to their very cores.

Cremo sets out misinforming the reader about archaeological and geological site formation, confusing the “principle of stratigraphy” superposition with stratification. Very interesting and informative. There is a depth of information that needs time to be read interzsia processed for those of us who are not professionals in the field.

Just amazing, what you won’t be taught at school.

The length and depth of the controversies surrounding human origins dating back to the 19th century is indeed a fascinating revelation. As I said before, this book is a commitment.