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Michael Cremo - The Mysterious Origins Of Man
08-10-2006, 09:05 PM,
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Michael Cremo - The Mysterious Origins Of Man
Michael Cremo - The Mysterious Origins of Man

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Open your mind to controversial evidence that challenges accepted scientific knowledge. Meet a new breed of scientific investigators who present their extraordinary evidence about man's origins; evidence that the academic community has quietly ignored. The mysteries of man's origins are among the most fascinating in all of science:

- Did man evolve from apes?

Human artifacts and bones have been found in rock strata millions of years oldre than the theory of evolution allows.


- Did man live at the time of the dinosaurs?

Human footprints were found in the same rock layers as dinosaur footprints dated to over 100 million years old.


- Could Plato's Lost Continent of Atlantis be buried under two miles of ice?

Author Graham Hancock reveals how an ancient map may hold the answer.


- A megalithic city high in the Bolivian Andes has been dated to 15,000 BC. What civilization could have built it?


Allowed to speak for itself, this evidence may radically transform accepted theories of the history of man, and forever change the direction of science.

www.mcremo.com

www.forbiddenarcheology.com

www.humandevolution.com


Michael Cremo - Human Devolution (Future Talk - March 4, 2006)

Download (mp3, 32 kbps, 9 MB - 37 Minutes)


See Also

www.lloydpye.com

www.sasquatchresearch.com/lloydpye

www.michaeltsarion.com


- Everything You Know Is Wrong

www.iuniverse.com/bookstore/book_detail.asp?isbn=0595127495

http://books.iuniverse.com/viewbooks.asp?isbn=0595127495


- Mismatch

www.iuniverse.com/bookstore/book_detail.asp?isbn=0-595-12614-6

http://books.iuniverse.com/viewbooks.asp?isbn=0595126146
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08-10-2006, 10:46 PM,
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Michael Cremo - The Mysterious Origins Of Man
"The Mysterious Origins of Man"

WOW keep them coming! Love this stuff.

FYI: It seems he "borrowed" the title from NBC's t 'The Mysterious Origins of Man,' narrated by Charlton Heston (1996).

Its on the torrent tracker:)
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08-21-2006, 10:23 PM,
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Michael Cremo - The Mysterious Origins Of Man
Michael Cremo - The Vedic View of Human History (CFE - June 25, 2001)

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What did Vedic sages 5,000 years ago say about evolution and human history? Here's a surprising and detailed answer.


Michael Cremo - Interpreting Data According to Agenda (CFE - August 5, 2002)

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Co-author of "Forbidden Archeology" reinterprets human/ape "missing link" fossil finds to conform with Vedic views on evolution of man; suggests Indus Valley scripts, yet to be translated, may place Sanskrit as a precursor source of European languages.


Michael Cremo - Vedic Alternative to Darwin (CFE - October 10, 2003)

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Longtime Vedic scholar says humankind did not evolve from apes, rather, we devolved from a higher plane of consciousness into matter, as described in the Vedas, and how Alred R. Wallace, whose theory of evolution by natural selection was published with Darwin's, got co-credit until he later suggested that evolution was directed by cosmic intelligence.


Bio

An ardent critic of the abuse of scientific position and power, Michael Cremo is considered a leading authority on anomalous archeological evidence relating to the antiquity of the human race. His persistent investigation during the eight years of writing the internationally acclaimed book, Forbidden Archeology has documented a major scientific cover-up.
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08-23-2006, 05:09 AM,
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Michael Cremo - The Mysterious Origins Of Man
Quote:"The Mysterious Origins of Man"

WOW keep them coming! Love this stuff.

FYI: It seems he "borrowed" the title from NBC's t 'The Mysterious Origins of Man,' narrated by Charlton Heston (1996).

Its on the torrent tracker:)

It IS the 'The Mysterious Origins of Man,' narrated by Charlton Heston (1996)

i was hoping it was another doco cuz i like this stuff but alas its the same one. but worth getting if u havent already got it. :)
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