Forbidden History Prehistoric Technologies, Extraterrestrial Intervention, and the Suppressed Origins of Civilization

ISBN-10: 1591430453
ISBN-13: 9781591430452
Edition: 2005
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List price: $18.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Bear & Company
Publication date: 3/29/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 344
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.352
Language: English

Darwin's demise : on the futile search for missing links
Evolution vs. creation : is the debate for real?
Exposing a scientific cover-up : forbidden archeology coauthor Michael Cremo talks about the "knowledge filter" and other means for cooking the academic books
In defense of catastrophes : pioneering geologist Robert Schoch challenges the conventional wisdom on natural history
Cataclysm 9500 B.C.E. : two new works of immense scholarship throw orthodox ice age theories into question and, in the process, corroborate Plato and many other ancient sources
The case for the flood : exposing the scientific myth of the ice age
The martyrdom of Immanuel Velikovsky : as catastrophists gain ground, an early hero gets some long overdue credit
The perils of planetary amnesia : as evidence of ancient cataclysm mounts, the legacy of a rejected genius is reconsidered
Thunderbolts of the gods : does growing evidence of an electric universe reveal previously hidden meaning in ancient mythology?
The enigma of India's origins : the dating of new discoveries in the Gulf of Cambay upsets the orthodox scenario for the dawn of civilization
Pushing back the portals of civilization : for John Anthony West, the quest for evidence of advanced prehistoric civilization is bearing new fruit
New studies confirm very old sphinx : orthodox protests notwithstanding, evidence for the Schoch/West thesis is growing
R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz's magnum opus : the keys to understanding the wisdom of the ancients have been preserved
Fingerprinting the gods : a bestselling author is making a convincing case for a great but officially forgotten civilization
The Central American mystery : what could explain the failure of mainstream science to unravel the origins of Mesoamerica's advanced ancient cultures?
Destination galactic center : John Major Jenkins thinks today's world has much to learn from the ancient Maya
Megalithic England : the Atlantean dimensions, a conversation with John Michell
Plato, the truth : how does the credibility of the best-known chronicler of Atlantis stand up?
The Aegean Atlantis deception : was Plato's grand tale nothing more than the saga of an insignificant Greek island?
Atlantology : psychotic or inspired? : media stereotypes aside, what kind of person pursues knowledge of a forgotten civilization?
Atlantis in Antarctica : forget about the North Atlantic and the Aegean, says author Rand Flem-Ath
Blueprint from Atlantis : do alignments of ancient monuments have something to tell us about the history of earth's shifting crust?
Japan's underwater ruins : have remains of ancient Lemuria been found?
West, Schoch, and Hancock dive into Lemurian waters
India 30,000 B.C.E. : do the roots of Indian culture lie drowned beneath the Indian Ocean?
A conversation with Peter Tompkins : secrets of forgotten worlds
Ancient agriculture, in search of the missing links : is the inescapable evidence of a lost fountainhead of civilization to be found growing in our fields?
Atlantean technology : how advanced? : what does the evidence really show?
Archeology and the law of gravity : orthodox theory of ancient capability tends to cave in under its own weight
An engineer in Egypt : did the ancient Egyptians possess toolmaking skills comparable to those of the space age?
The Giza power plant, technologies of ancient Egypt : a new book challenges conventional wisdom on the intended purpose of the Great Pyramid
Return to the Giza power plant : technologist Chris Dunn finds new fuel for his thesis
Petrie on trial : have arguments for advanced ancient machining made by the great nineteenth-century Egyptologist Sir William Flinders Petrie been disproved? : Christopher Dunn takes on the debunkers
How did the pyramid builders spell relief? : do we really know why the ancients used such giant stones in the pyramid's so-called relieving chambers?
Precision : did the ancients have it? : and if they did, should it matter to us?
The obelisk quarry mystery : do Egyptologists really know how these monuments were created?
Behind the pyramid's secret doors : what does astonishing new evidence reveal about the Great Pyramid's true purpose?
The case for advanced technology in the Great Pyramid : what does the evidence really show about the advancement of its builders?
Visitors from beyond : our civilization is a legacy from space travelers, says Zecharia Sitchin, and his new book offers to unveil new secrets of divine encounters
Artifacts in space : for author Richard Hoagland, the trail of ancient ETs is getting much warmer
The pulsar mystery : could the enigmatic phenomenon be the work of an ancient ET civilization? : a new scientific study makes the astonishing case
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