Michael Cremo

Michael Cremo

Michael CremoMichael Cremo, also known as the ‘forbidden archeologist’, is hailed as a groundbreaking research pioneer and international authority on archeological anomalies. His landmark bestseller, Forbidden Archeology, first published in 1993, already translated into 26 languages, challenged the very foundation of Darwinian evolution.

Michael continues to “dig up” enigmatic discoveries in the fossil record and “shake up” accepted paradigms, exploring famous archeological sites around the world, journeying to sacred places in India, appearing on national television shows in the United States or other countries, lecturing at mainstream science conferences, or speaking to alternative gatherings of global intelligentsia.

As he crosses disciplinary and cultural boundaries, he presents to his various audiences a compelling case for negotiating a new consensus on the nature of reality. Michael Cremo is a member of the World Archeological Congress and the European Association of Archaeologists as well as a research associate in history and philosophy of science for the Bhaktivedanta [Bach tee vay {vay rhymes with say} danta – {danta rhymes with font}] Institute.

After receiving a scholarship to study International Affairs at George Washington University, Michael began to study the ancient Sanskrit writings of India known as the Vedas. In this way, he has broadened his academic knowledge with spirituality from the Eastern tradition.

Books: Michael Cremo Books

  • Cremo, M. A., and Thompson, R. L. (1993) Forbidden Archeology. San Diego: Bhaktivedanta Institute (reviews and notices in American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Geoarcheology, Journal of Field Archeology, Antiquity, Journal of Unconventional History, L’Homme, L’Anthropologie, British Journal for the History of Science, Social Studies of Science, and Ethology, Ecology, and Evolution. Translated into German as Verbotene Archaeologie (1994) Essen: Bettendorf.
  • Cremo, M. A., and Thompson, R. L. (1994) The Hidden History of the Human Race. Badger: Govardhan Hill. Popular edition of Forbidden Archeology. (Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Hungarian, Polish, and Russian rights sold, other translation rights under negotiation).
  • Cremo, M. A., and Goswami, M. (1995) Divine Nature: A Spiritual Perspective on the Environmental Crisis. Los Angeles: Bhaktivedanta Book Trust (released on Earth Day, April 22; 200,000 copies in print).
    Cremo, M.A. (1998) Forbidden Archeology’s Impact. Los Angeles, Bhaktivedanta Book Publishing.
  • Cremo, M.A. and Thompson, R.L. (1999) The Hidden History of the Human Race. Los Angeles: Bhaktivedanta Book Publishing. Popular softbound edition of Forbidden Archeology.
  • Cremo, M.A. (2003) Human Devolution: A Vedic Alternative to Darwin’s Theory, Los Angeles: Bhaktivedanta Book Publishing.
  • Cremo, M.A. (2010) The Forbidden Archeologist: The Atlantis Rising Columns of Michael A. Cremo,
    Los Angeles: Bhaktivedanta Book Publishing.
  • Cremo, M.A. (2012) My Science, My Religion: Academic Papers (1994-2009), Los Angeles: Bhaktivedanta Book Publishing.

Works in Progress: Forbidden Archeology II

Websites: http://www.mcremo.com

Email Address: mail@mcremo.com

About the Bhaktivedanta Institute

The Bhaktivedanta Institute (BI) is the scientific research branch of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. Founded in 1976 by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, it advances the study of the nature and origin of life, utilizing Vedic insights into consciousness, the self, and the origin of the universe.

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