(1995). Summary of Anomalous Evidence Related to Human Antiquity</i>
(1995). Summary of Anomalous Evidence Related to Human Antiquity
excerpted from Forbidden Archeology
Cremo, Michael A., and Richard L. Thompson. "Summary of Anomalous Evidence Related to Human Antiquity: excerpted from Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race." Badger, CA: Govardhan Hill Publishing, 1995.
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Circa 1997 Thompson produced a lengthy museum exhibit proposal for the Mayapura "Prabhupada Avenue Museum Complex" project, that utilized themes explored in Forbidden Archeology while proposing alternative scenarios drawn from Puranic sources. Please click here to view.