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In Forbidden History author and editor J. Douglas Kenyon has selected forty-two essays from the bimonthly magazine Atlantis Rising to supply readers with an outline of the positions of a few of the most important thinkers in today's supercharged debate over historic mysteries and replacement background. individuals comprise, between others, Robert Schoch, Rand Flem-Ath, Moira Timms, Frank Joseph, Christopher Dunn, and should Hart, all of whom have performed prime roles in not easy the entrenched clinical institution to reexamine its assumptions approximately our forgotten origins and to contemplate the potential of significant debate—whatever the results to the present paradigm.
Kenyon has rigorously outfitted a set of fabric in help of the growing to be problem to such outdated methods of pondering as Darwinism and Creationism, with every one contribution development upon the paintings of the opposite authors. In those pages the newest discoveries and concepts relating to such perennially debatable subject matters as Atlantis, the pyramids, and extraterrestrial impression are explored, and plenty of provocative questions are raised. What emerges is a considerate case in aid of a far better antiquity for civilization, a resounding argument for the life of complicated applied sciences in prehistory, and the colossal but unmistakable define of a misplaced fountainhead of worldwide tradition. those substitute arguments, as soon as marginalized, at the moment are gaining credibility and respect.
The assortment additionally contains numerous articles that introduce, evaluate, distinction, and supplement the theories of alternative remarkable authors in those fields, corresponding to Zecharia Sitchin, Paul LaViolette, John Michell, Graham Hancock, and John Anthony West.
J. DOUGLAS KENYON is the editor and writer of Atlantis Rising. He lives in Montana.

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