Wednesday, March 6, 2013
"Forbidden Archeology" - The documentary that drove the scientific establishment nuts!
This is the 1996 NBC-TV documentary entitled 'The Mysterious Origins of Man', which was based on the book 'Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race' (Cremo; Thompson; 1994). It's an open secret that when archeological finds do not fit with accepted norms, they are taken and hidden away, disappear into private collections, or simply disappear period. When an archeologist takes a stand against this unwritten policy, their careers permanently end in a New York minute. When this program aired, many top American careerist-scientists went ballistic. They demanded an apology from NBC, then went running to the FCC. After all, the public isn't supposed to know just how flimsy and subjective that mainstream archeology really is.
One of the tricks in establishing control is by using a Hegelian method by which you create two "opposames," and trying for force everyone to "pick-a-side"; which, in this case, is creationism vs. evolution. It's not even creationism and evolution "as is"..... but a particular type of closed-minded creationism and closed-minded evolution, which makes this a part of the closed-minded religion vs. closed-minded science fiasco that we've had to endure for generations now. There are many other possibilities, which I believe involve elements of both creation and evolution over a much longer period of time.
Michael Cremo's official site