Thursday, April 1, 2021

Episode #193: The Hidden History of the Human Race - Part 2

In part 2 of our deep dive into The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson, we finish up on the "cut bones" section of the book and move on to looking at stone tools found in exceedingly ancient geological contexts.
Once again the authors give many examples of excellent finds of stone tools, bone implements, tool workshops, and fires, in sediments that are considered to be many millions of years old, far too ancient to fit the current paradigm of human evolution.


  1. Wishing you guys safe travels, good weather, lots of fun. Say "hi" from me.

  2. Comment on the now-mostly accepted theory of how’zcum our moon exists, and how’zcum we have two “continent-scale” clumps of slowly melting rocky stuff bracketing the Earth’s core deep within the mantle, apparently more massive than remnants of subducted tectonic plates…
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    So, let me get this straight… The same “Standard Model” worshipping Academics who crucified Velikovsky??? The same department store mannikins that pour Orthodoxy crystals on their Cornflakes at brekkie, and nibble French fried Orthodoxy Chips with their committee-approved conformity burgers????? The Same Pinky-sworn enforcers of Infallible Doctrine who Spit in the general direction of anyone offering evidence of cosmic impactors in the Younger Dryas catastrophes????
    Those folks have casually accepted the premise that our Moon was blasted from the living flesh of our precious Planet Earth by some primordial slattern goddess? And then, as soon as that was done, settled for all of known history into its extraordinarily regular orbit that just happens to give us all those invaluable Tides and spectacular Solar Eclipses?????

    “Theia?” You repeated the name as a Question… “Theia?”

    So… is the Question Mark Actually part of the Name?

    Is that its entry in the Approved Certified Catalog of Approved Standard Model Approved Facts?

    Maybe whoever animated the opening to "Third Rock From The Sun" really was clued in to their thinking process.


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