Editorial Reviews. From the Publisher. I perceive in Forbidden Archeology a work of thoroughgoing scholarship and intellectual adventure. -Dr. Pierce Flynn. Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael A. Cremo and Richard L. Thompson quickly became a best selling underground. Forbidden Archeology has ratings and 48 reviews. James said: Well, I guess controversy sells. This is a horrible book. Michael Cremo has set archaeol.

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Nov 04, The Incredible Hogg rated it liked it. On another level the book joins others from cermo science and New Age philosophy as a body of works which seek to address members of a public alienated from science, acrhaeology because it has become so arcane or because it has ceased to suit some in search of meaning in their lives.

It is essentially a textbook. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Ultimately, the book questions the Darwinian evolutionary assumptions underlying modern paleoanthropology. Views Read Edit View history. Dec 07, Devero rated it did not like it.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Honestly it’s an interesting book to read hence the 3 starsbut it’s complete bullshit. The authors look at each case individually, and discuss the technical data related to each case, both strengths and weakness, and objectively discuss various viewpoints on the most well known cases.

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It may be This is not an easy book to read. And he brings forward various objections to their analysis of eolithsstone artifacts sometimes regarded as tools. Cremo continued the theme of Forbidden Archeology in his later books, such as in Forbidden Archeology’s Impact Exhaustive and well-written book that every archeologist should read. The book is well written with adequate definiti This book is absolutely fascinating, but it is not something you can pick up and thumb through.

Forbidden Archeology – Michael A. Cremo

Mar 08, Jeffrey Petit-bois rated it really liked it. A Further Twist to the Evolution Debate”. Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. Dec 15, Alice rated it really liked it. Hindu creationist whose work argues that humans have archaoelogy on the earth for billions of years.

The book’s authors “openly acknowledge the Vedic inspiration of their research” and make what Feder calls the “reasonable request” that the Vedic derivation of their theoretical outlook not disqualify it.

Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race

The book is more than pages long. Views Read Edit View history. Non sequitur su non sequitur. Modern Gaudiya Vaishnavas to date. Very interesting and informative. Jun 07, Alan Grieveson rated it it was amazing.

The reason the vast majority of scientists agree that we’ve been on earth less than that is because that’s what all the evidence points to. This is not an easy book to read. Several reviewers Murray, [10]: Retrieved from ” https: I am surprised by the plethora of uncritical readers in this forum.

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Cremo identifies himself as a “Vedic creationist. Different reviewers for archaeolgoy, Feder [9]: View all 12 comments. Cremo actually uses the Weekly World News as a source in the book. The proof is provided in great abundance, and has rattled the cages of the worlds religions, political structure, and education institutions.

People who are convinced by this are most likely people who have a problem accepting the Theory of Evolution in the first place, scientifically illiterate people who haven’t taken a science class since high school. Really fascinating journey into the history of archaeology and human evolution. This is a horrible book. See 2 questions about Forbidden Archeology…. In Thompson and Cremo appeared on the NBC special Archaeolohy Mysterious Origins of Manwhich was based upon the book [13] [14] and which was similarly criticized by the scientific community.