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Not happy with this. It's more like a compilation of obscure stuff. You really don't have to dig so deep to see the suppressed history. It's all over the planet in plain site. To imply that this represents our evidence for forbidden archeology is to ignore the elephant in the room. Where do I start. Pyramids all over the world. The perfection of the great Pyramid and the head of Ramissees 2nd in Luxor. The Pyramid in Sevastopol being millions of years old. Petra, Dwarka, Giant skeletons, skulls with two sets of teeth, sphere stones, megalyths, Baalbek, Geolyths, Crop circles, UFO's roswell. etc. Carvings of aliens, carvings of dinasaurs, elongated skulls. None of these are covered in a book about forbidden archeology! Read Zecharia Sitchin. That's forbidden information about history! Do you really copy out detailed research to convey a message. Write a book about the evidence and the implications. Don't include every minute detail espevially when there is already evidence in plain sight on a much, much larger scale.
These guys try to do an end run around modern science by going back to the 19th century and endlessly discussing how many angels can dance on the head of a pin, or so it seems. What I did not realize is that it was written before the human genome was decoded and before the Neanderthal genome was decoded, which makes it completely outdated.
I read this guys condensed version and it was much more reader friendly. This one is much too wordy and academic. No photos all lousy hand drawing. Too many technical terms for different rocks and strata levels, etc. I wouldn't recommend it for the average conspiracy theorist reader. Quite boring and repeats the same info over and over within the same chapter. Trying to fill out the number of pages i guess. Could have been written more concisly and to the point.
I was sorely disappointed with this book. I was expecting way more pictures to show what they found that the archaeology community wanted kept secret. The book had only line drawings.. how lame is that? This is supposed to be a landmark book in it's category? It it more like a text book. As interested as I am in the topic I find I can't bring myself to read it further. It is also huge and heavy.. like a full on university text book. The paper is low quality and the print is fuzzy at times. Like I said, disappointed but I won't take the hassle to return it.
Beware this is edited, I have the original hardcover, the good parts have been left out, and those who would buy these things buy them for the good parts, the gold chain in the coal 300 million year old.
They had the skeleton, but that was not found until the woman who bought the coal broke it open to fit in her stove.
Bottom line, beware, you buy the kindle to read, stick to fiction for it seems some things fail in the process.
I got my copy the other day. I had high expectations - but..
The book hardly contains any images...
A book of this kind should ( by my opinion ) show a lot of good quality photographic evidence of its claims. the images are mainly some poor quality photo or drawings of stone tools ( nothing I have'nt seen before)
A lot of rubbish but packaged in the name of research findings! If men can be so modern after less than ten thousand years, surely Cremo's modern-man equivalents hundreds of thousands or millions of years ago would have left things which were more sophisticated than those offered as evidence by the author!
Being greatly interested in subjects relating to the age of humankind and archaeological finds relating to same, I ordered this large tome, but to my surprise, upon opening the book, a horrible stench struck my olfactory senses--repulsive,strong, and malodorous--so I quickly closed it.
Obviously the publisher is using something in the materials that resulted in such a nasty smell. Dr. Cremo should immediatlely seek another publisher or have the current one change its binding glue or whatever is creating the odor. Amazon was kind enough to issue a refund, and on my part, I then ordered the shorter version of the same book that is put out by a different publisher. That one is fine, and I will report on it after I read it.