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Forbidden Archeologist Michael Cremo in Toronto, Canada on October 11th 2013

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posted on Oct, 4 2013 @ 03:09 PM
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Just thought I would share this with the board as I know there are many who live in and/or around the Greater Toronto Area. Michael Cremo is coming to Toronto, Canada on Friday October 11 2013 to present, 'Forbidden Archeology'.

The talk will take place at the University of Toronto - St. George Campus - The Sandford Fleming Building - Room #1105. Gets underway at 7pm and ends at 10pm. Michael Cremo will be conducting a Q&A period after the talk and will also be signing books/taking pictures for those who are interested.

Who is Michael Cremo?

Michael Cremo is research associate in history of archeology. He's a member of the World Archaeological Congress since 1993. His WAC3 paper "Puranic Time and the Archaeological Record" was published in the Routledge One World Archaeology series volume Time and Archaeology, edited by Tim Murray. He is also a member of the European Association of Archeologists. In 2004 Cremo's paper "The Later Discoveries of Boucher de Perthes at Moulin Quignon and Their Impact on the Moulin Quignon Jaw Controversy," presented at the XXth International Congress for History of Science, Liege, Belgium, was published in a conference proceedings volume of this congress, by the scientific publisher Brepols.

Cremo is the principal author of the book Forbidden Archeology, a comprehensive historical survey of archaeological anomalies. In a review in British Journal for History of Science, Tim Murray said the book "provides the historian of archaeology with a useful compendium of case studies in the history and sociology of scientific knowledge, which can be used to foster debate within archaeology about how to describe the epistemology of one's discipline."

Cremo is particularly interested in examining the history of the archeology from the standpoint of alternative worldviews, particularly worldviews with foundations in ancient Indian thought. He has given invited lectures on his work at the Royal Institution in London, the anthropology department of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, the archeology department of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, and many other scientific institutions. He's also lectured on his work at universities throughout the world.

The information is posted on Michael Cremo's website:
www.mcremo.com...

Hoping to see some other Toronto board members at the talk!



posted on Oct, 4 2013 @ 03:15 PM
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That is awesome, I'd like to hear his lecture and what he has to say... Alas, I'm in Chicago... So next best thing.... Make sure you update us, on how it goes, I take it your going???




posted on Oct, 4 2013 @ 03:47 PM
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Is Cremo a native american indian derived name. I never heard of this man before. He seems interested in the Nephilim amongst other things. It would be interesting to know why.



posted on Oct, 4 2013 @ 05:14 PM
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Cremo is a Hindu creationist who believes in a vast conspiracy to hide evidence of his religious beliefs in regards to archaeology



posted on Oct, 4 2013 @ 05:20 PM
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fattyp
Michael Cremo is coming to Toronto, Canada on Friday October 11 2013 to present, 'Forbidden Archeology'. The talk will take place at the University of Toronto
I'm guessing he won't conduct a debate with the Anthro Dept. Too bad...that, I'd pay to see!



posted on Oct, 4 2013 @ 05:52 PM
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JohnnyCanuck

fattyp
Michael Cremo is coming to Toronto, Canada on Friday October 11 2013 to present, 'Forbidden Archeology'. The talk will take place at the University of Toronto
I'm guessing he won't conduct a debate with the Anthro Dept. Too bad...that, I'd pay to see!


He'd just accuse them of being part of the conspiracy as you and Byrd are! (In his world view)



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 09:14 AM
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Hanslune

JohnnyCanuck

fattyp
Michael Cremo is coming to Toronto, Canada on Friday October 11 2013 to present, 'Forbidden Archeology'. The talk will take place at the University of Toronto
I'm guessing he won't conduct a debate with the Anthro Dept. Too bad...that, I'd pay to see!


He'd just accuse them of being part of the conspiracy as you and Byrd are! (In his world view)
Conspiracy" What conspiracy?
(Say...really like that all-seeing orb above a pyramid that you subtly inserted into your avatar, eh?...extends secret handshake)



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 01:12 PM
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JohnnyCanuck

Hanslune

JohnnyCanuck

fattyp
Michael Cremo is coming to Toronto, Canada on Friday October 11 2013 to present, 'Forbidden Archeology'. The talk will take place at the University of Toronto
I'm guessing he won't conduct a debate with the Anthro Dept. Too bad...that, I'd pay to see!


He'd just accuse them of being part of the conspiracy as you and Byrd are! (In his world view)
Conspiracy" What conspiracy?
(Say...really like that all-seeing orb above a pyramid that you subtly inserted into your avatar, eh?...extends secret handshake)


As a wise man said

There is no conspiracy if you are 'within' the conspiracy - now back to smashing Atlantean stone tools, editing Elamite translations and losing that Linear A dictionary (again) they keep popping up all the time.

>:->



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 02:50 PM
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Hi "Michael Cremo" digers.

Try to find that PDF :
Hidden History of the Human Race

Michael Cremo did write:

The unabridged edition of "Forbidden Archeology" is 952 pages long. It thus presents
quite a challenge to many readers. Richard L. Thompson and I therefore decided to bring
out "The Hidden History of the Human Race"—a shorter, more readable, and more affordable
version of "Forbidden Archeology".


Very eye *opening* read !

Blue skies.



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 03:41 PM
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C-JEAN


Very eye *opening* read !

Blue skies.


Howdy C-Jean

I would translate your use of 'eye opening', as a long list of bad interpretations, made up stuff, nonsense, religious dogma but interesting indeed to view, but of no scientific value.

Why don't you put up two or three of the items from his book that you have personally researched, verified as real, state your criteria for having done so and why the mainstream has rejected it?

I mean his points can stand up by themselves can they not?



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 11:18 PM
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Hanslune
Cremo is a Hindu creationist who believes in a vast conspiracy to hide evidence of his religious beliefs in regards to archaeology



ohhh..

you must be pointing at this conspiracy then ..

ATS: Suppressed; New Evidence of Early Man

here's the video if you rather not click the link..



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 02:35 PM
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So suppressed you can buy is book everywhere, find information on it on the internet and he is going around talking about it.......

You might want to look at how the Vatican, Soviet Union, Greek, Romans, and Communist China suppressed stuff they didn't like.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 06:14 PM
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Awesome! I just bought his book over the weekend. I even drove 40 mins to get it at a bookstore in another town.



I use to have this in PDF format on my old laptop but when it went I could never find that version of it again. I found this book on abebooks.com and when I saw where it was I decided to make a day trip out of it.

I love the topic of "forbidden archaeology" and out of place artifacts. IMO there were many advanced civilizations in the past. Advanced doesn't have to mean the same as it does today. I think we find pieces of these civilizations and can't explain them so we dismiss them yet to me they seem to be clues to our true past.

I'd go see him if I lived in Canada.

**This is the 900+ page addition which I will be highlighting and who knows what thread material I will find!
edit on 10/8/2013 by mblahnikluver because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 06:17 PM
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Hanslune

C-JEAN


Very eye *opening* read !

Blue skies.


Howdy C-Jean

I would translate your use of 'eye opening', as a long list of bad interpretations, made up stuff, nonsense, religious dogma but interesting indeed to view, but of no scientific value.

Why don't you put up two or three of the items from his book that you have personally researched, verified as real, state your criteria for having done so and why the mainstream has rejected it?

I mean his points can stand up by themselves can they not?


Just out of curiosity have you read the full 900 page edition?



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 06:19 PM
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Have you independently researched any of his claims in his book? Made any attempt whatsoever to see if what he is telling you to believe is true? Have you made any effort at all to verify anything he states?

?



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 06:35 PM
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Hanslune
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Have you independently researched any of his claims in his book? Made any attempt whatsoever to see if what he is telling you to believe is true? Have you made any effort at all to verify anything he states?

?


You didn't answer my question.

I just got the book. How could I do anything with a book I just bought over the weekend that is over 900 pages long?

I will definitely be looking up everything he mentions. I have a notebook ready and waiting.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 06:45 PM
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mblahnikluver


You didn't answer my question.


Because we missed each as we posted, Yes I did read it when it first came out probably the late 90's but much of the stuff was from earlier claims taken from other writers, if you are interested see the much better works of William Corliss, less claims more science.


I just got the book. How could I do anything with a book I just bought over the weekend that is over 900 pages long?


Because you said you had it on your laptop in a pdf format so I presume you had read it.


I will definitely be looking up everything he mentions. I have a notebook ready and waiting.


Excellent, as you go thru let us know what you discover, determine or are puzzled over



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 08:04 PM
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I will look this William up. Thanks.

I skimmed it when it was on my laptop. I am not a fan of reading books on a computer, it hurts my eyes plus I can't put it in my bag and take it out in random places.


I will definitely post on here what I find if anything.




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