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Forbidden Archeology: The Full Unabridged Edition: The Hidden History of the Human Race (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 1. Januar 1993


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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 914 Seiten
  • Verlag: Torchlight Pub; Auflage: Rev. (1. Januar 1993)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0892132949
  • ISBN-13: 978-0892132942
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,6 x 5,7 x 23,5 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3.5 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (45 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 88.570 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Over the past centuries, researchers have found bones and articrafts showing that people like ourselves existed on earth millions years ago. But the scientific establishment has suppressed, ignored or forgotten these remarkable facts. Why? Because they contradict dominant views of human origins and antiquity. Evolutionary prejudices, deeply held powerful groups of scientists, have acted as what Michael A.Cremo and Richard L.Thompson call a knowledge filter. And the filtering, intentional or not, has left us with a radically incomplete set of facts for building our ideas about human origins According to Cremo and Thompson, we have come to accept a picture of prehistory that is largely incorrect. This book is a call for a change in today's arbitrarly rigid minset. Deploying an unexpectedly great number of convincing facts, deeply illuminated with critical analysis. Cremo and Thompson challenge us to rethink our understanding of human origins, identity and destiny. In forbidden archeology, we accompany the authors on a fascinating intellectual expedition.

We take part in the literary excavation of a vast store of hidden knowledge that adds a new dimension to our understanding of the history of our spieces. The journey of exploration takes us accross five continents to key archeological sites. Some long forgotten, some the centre of ongoing research. Along the way, we encounter many famous and infamous pioneers of prehistoric research, all with secrets to share. "Forbidden archeology" is bound to inspire controversy, challenging as ti does one of the most fundamental components of the modern scientific world view. Meticulously researched and carefully written. The book takes us to a crossroads of knoeledge and invites us to take a courageous first step in a new direction of truth.


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3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Erik am 25. Juni 2000
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An outstanding comphrehensive work. Factual, substantiated and well documented. Common Sense for years has cast dubious doubt on currently accepted theories taught in higher education and this work is like turning on the light and opening a window. It is wonderful two excellent scholars such as the authors went through the painstaking work to research, document, and support their observations and inevitable conclusions to be drawn. This book should become the baseline text book from which all archeology and anthropolgy curriculum emanates. Clearly it is time for a paradigm shift in academia. If personal bias and prejudice are suspended, then it is improbable that any scholar could argue against this outstanding work with a clear conscience. Unfortunately, it is more than likely many will object to the results of the research done in this book and continue to keep minds closed and in the dark. I encourage any reader considering purchasing this book to ignore those who cast doubt on its scholarly and factual basis for once you begin reading the book from the introduction on, it becomes clear the authors had objective scientific goals and discipline in their process and methodology. Armed with new factual data, the reader is then free to form their own conclusions and theories. Excellent book.
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 3. Mai 1997
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A level-headed, painstakingly researched tome documenting the systematic suppression of paleontological evidence militating against currently popular theories of human evolution. A chilling, non-sensationalistic look at the "sloppiness" and general lack of integrity of members of the scientific establishment who, in their devotion to defending the current models of human origins, reject or ignore unwelcome data - much of it seemingly impeccably researched - that would throw much of their field into utter confusion.

The sheer volume and detailed discussion of "anomolous" data compiled in this book is staggering: traces of the hand of man (tools, etc.) found in strata millions of years before his supposed appearance on the evolutionary scene; off-the-cuff dismissals of such evidence by influential scientists for sometimes contradictory reasons (and sometimes almost none at all, save that "it simply cannot be"); the findings of distinguished, top-notch scientists ridiculed and being branded as heresy for going against the prevailing wisdom.

It is instructive that most scientists today are totally unaware of the controversial evidence presented here, even in their fields of specialty. If we are able to do as the authors ask and evaluate the evidence as it stands without prejudice against their (eastern) religious beliefs, we might well find that the underpinnings for their belief in the great antiquity of the human race is at least as solid as that of the ruling paradigm - and probably even more so. Even if we do not agree with their conclusions, an open-minded inquiry into these findings will certainly show current theories to be, at best, serious negligence in blissful ignorance - Mr. Magoo in a lab coat - or, at worst, anti-science.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von JESPER SAMPAIO am 10. Februar 1999
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Forbidden Archeology does not propose to account for the origin of man, but it does show us that when all the available evidence regarding human fossils and other remains reported by scientists is put together - and nothing is refused for ideological reasons - the theory of human evolution from lower apelike forms becomes clearly untenable. Some might question the credibility of certain archeological finds and reports - whether rated as anomalous or not - but if just one out the reports discussed in the anomalous-evidence section of this book (well over 400 pages) is undisputable, then the authors would have made their case. And truly, quite a bit of the evidence that falls outside the official paradigms of human evolution presents a scientific reporting standard as high as - or even higher than - much of the currently accepted and vehemently advertised evidence.
However, before one sets out to read Forbidden Archeology one might do well to take a look at the philosophical context in which the disciplines of Archeology and Anthropology are set. Along with a general agnostic view on man and his situation in Cosmos these sciences have also been strongly tainted by a sort of industrial-age philosophy - let us call it Transformism - which by now has been taught in our schools long enough to have become almost instinctive in our consciousness. This belief has also been strengthened by becoming entangled with the idea of an incessantly evolving technology. Just as computers get more powerful processors so would early humans have gotten larger brains. Just as airplanes get swifter and more economic so would now-extinct birds have become the efficient fliers of today.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Joyce L. Paski am 5. August 1999
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I almost gave up on reading this book, but I'm glad I didn't. Part I was definitely dry reading except for the Sheguiandah, Canada section which was interesting enough to make me forget about the writing style. Part II of the book was much easier to read. Bits of humor did make it through the writing style (grown men throwing elephant dung at one another; goldminers and artifacts in poker games; erstwhile poets!?!). The appendices and bibliography are very informative. Chapters 9 and 10 (Peking Man and Cryptozoology) made the purchase of the book worth while for me. I found one error (p.320, l.6 at the end of the line - "there" should be "their"). On the whole, I give the book 3 stars and recommend it. A tremendous undertaking, well done. My commendations to the authors.
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