Forbidden Archaeology: A Hidden History of the Human Race? [Video]

Researchers Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson have uncovered an incredible amount of archaeological evidence which indicates that humanity’s history has been completely misunderstood, even calling into question Darwin’s theory of evolution. In this series of compelling interviews, Michael Cremo discusses this evidence and the subsequent suppression of it over the last 150 years.

*Feature Image taken from Michael Cremo’s Book, Forbidden Archaeology: A Hidden History of the Human Race

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  1. Massive respect for Michael Cremo’s work — this documentary lays bare so many issues with the history, archaeology, and anthropology that appears to have been “tailored” for us with who knows what motives…

  2. Thoroughly enjoyed this video, thanks for sharing.

  3. I thoroughly enjoyed hearing what this man had to say. A fresh breath in viewpoints upon sections of history where something has always felt off to me. To me he seems like a very decent and reliable person. Finding through extensive scientific research very different evidence that opposes current beliefs, but is then also well spoken and has the intelligence and courage to share that information.

    The dates he’s mentioning are quite baffling! Not just 30.000, or 300k years old, but millions even hundreds of millions, that would really destroy the ‘linear gradually progressing’ concept of nature and human society. I did once read, for the first time years ago, about the different view or understanding on the periods of growth and decay and this is something I have since been more able to recognize.

    The theory of evolution. I’m not an expert on it and there’s much to say about the subject. But what I noticed is that those who believe it more vehemently are often a certain type of person. Also it’s often taken and applied to areas it doesn’t apply to, to explain or deny things outside of its field (which I think wasn’t even how Darwin saw it himself.) Even when certain animals developed certain characteristics in one environment and other traits in others, that doesn’t mean -‘God’ doesn’t exist, that humans necessarily descended from apes, and even if the human body developed from other animals that doesn’t say anything about the consciousness and the psyche inhabiting the physical body, neither does it say anything at all about the existence of a deeper purpose to life. Yet I can see how all of those things can conveniently be covered and denied through the ‘magic wand of evolution’ (perhaps secret vested interests have had a helping hand in this?) I mean if we’re just animals then…. there is no big point to life really, no purpose but to survive, struggle to strive and procreate. If we’d just evolved from an accidental reaction of physical matter then it must mean there’s nothing deeper to it and therefore that we are— the peak of intelligence in existence haha :D!

    It seems then that the theory of evolution applied to other things serves as a useful paradigm to keep in place, in order to not make people search for the deeper spiritual meaning of life.

    Anyway like I said. I’m not an expert, neither very articulate in properly formulating the errors of what people make out of the theory of evolution. In my opinion this guy is one of those real scientists, great work from him and his fellow researcher! *Applause*.

    Thanks for posting this video Consciousreporter.

  4. Brilliant information, thanks for getting it out there.

  5. I always kind of suspected that modern archaeology was subconsciously confirming the age of humanity according to the bible, at least the age of modern humanity. I think the idea that intelligent man arose considerably earlier, possibly millions of years earlier, is very unsettling for the reasons mentioned in the video: 1) the threat to the biblical timeline and 2) the myth of continuous evolution. The 2nd one is important, because if we weren’t so high-and-mighty about our supposed progress and ‘advanced’ status, we might consider that older civilizations could have been more advanced in other ways, such as spiritually.