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    Thanks for thread.

    Are there any photos of the grooved metal spheres he saw in solid rock in South Africa - my search was fruitless.

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    Are there any photos of the grooved metal spheres he saw in solid rock in South Africa - my search was fruitless.

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    Default Re: Michael Cremo : Forbidden Archeology

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    Are there any photos of the grooved metal spheres he saw in solid rock in South Africa - my search was fruitless.
    Thank you RunningDeer for time to referencelinks, however, watched all interview and did a websearch, but wanted a specific photo of when he stated he saw the grooved spheres in the strata (assuming it was sedimentary) or mined rock sample. I have got some bits of paper saying I had a certain competence in geology so wanted to have a look see to rekindle my young days of research/ discernment.

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    Michael Cremo is a rare breed: an alternative researcher who has out-researched the academic paleontologists in their own field. He actually knows more than they do - and speaks their language.

    I read the entire 900+ pages of Forbidden Archeology - which is a Tour de Force of a book. It's a case study about how academia works - reinforcing the current paradigm by blindly ignoring evidence. Cremo provides all the evidence for them (and us) in extraordinary detail - until one's head is reeling with the implications.

    There's overwhelming hard evidence that modern humans existed on Earth literally millions of years ago. Cremo lays it all out. What we don't know is who they were. Time travelers? Human-looking ETs? Simply our ancestors, who are older than we've been told? We don't know... but they were certainly there, and the evidence is in the bowels of the Smithsonian, archived in the Vatican Library... and in this book.

    If you don't want to plough your way through the 900 pages, there's a simpler summarized version called The Hidden History of the Human Race - the title of which was unashamedly borrowed by myself for my interview with Klaus Dona.

    For those of you who've not seen this, here is Klaus Dona's presentation... which covers a little of the same ground.


    Here's an excellent presentation by Michael Cremo from 2014:
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    I'm watching this fascinating presentation again. Michael Cremo is exceptional (and admirable!) inasmuch as he lays out case after case after case of astonishing anomalous finds, all in an understated, undramatic and meticulous way. It's a comprehensive summary showcase of all his extensive research.

    As ufologists have often pointed out, it only takes ONE reported case to be 'real' and accurate for everything to be turned on its head. It's the same with all these anomalous finds.

    And some of them are bewilderingly hard to explain. Like anatomically modern human skeletons being found deep in strata reliably dated as many millions of years old. And there were no disturbances of the soil and rock, as would be the case with "intrusive burials".

    There's actually no reason to doubt the findings — except that, of course, they're all "impossible". It's hard for me personally to accept that these were home-grown humans, i.e. those who (like us) have evolved or developed somehow on this planet. It simply doesn't fit well that way.

    But back to ufology again. Many reports of abductees, contactees and experiencers of various kinds have all insisted that the human form is common in our galaxy. Some 'ETs' seem to be exactly human, just like us in every way.

    So it has to be possible that this is an answer to these anomalous, impossible finds: that they're not the remains of humans who developed here, but of those whom we'd call 'ETs' who were visitors to the planet at that time.

    And that, in turn, might explain at least part of the cover-up. Not because of the evolutionary impossibility of it all, but maybe because the detective string trail has to lead to ET visitors, who were just like us: but who, at least for a while, lived and died here.

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    Cremo's mega-book is a pretty dry read at times, but the data he collected for it is immense. The sheer volume of evidence presented is just impossible to dispute.

    It's hard for me to truly understand why there are any sceptics of the ancient-human origin theory. It's a slam dunk. The science is in. It's over. The mainstream view of things - of all things - is the greatest psyop in history. There really is another world behind the world, of which 90+% of the world's population knows nothing, because they've been successfully programmed to know nothing.
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    I look upon Michael Cremo's Forbidden Archeology, with the works of Zechariah Sitchen and Erich von Daniken, as essential reading. A good, fundamental knowledge of the past, is vital to creating a bedrock from which to evolve one's ideas of the present and future. Yes, there are many other writers out there, but these three are favorites of mine...
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