Hey, just wanted to share some great books on cutting edge science and history. The history is only cutting edge because the mainstream establishment has suppressed it for a long time now in order to smooth out any opposition to their dogmatic beliefs.
A brief aside on that last point; these are good people that are deluded by what is called the “hubris of modern man,” i.e. the unspoken cultural assumption that just because we have atomic energy, planes, the internet, and iphones that we are super advanced in all aspects of life and that all our scientific theories and theories on history and archaeology are therefore true. This takes the unfortunate form in the mainstream denying publication and press to alternative theories outside the norm, thus assuring there is no ability to reasonably quote and research them in a fair way, therefore supporting their claim that they are fringe and useless.
Here are three books I have read recently and one I am currently reading that are blockbusters in terms of inspiring facts that have been suppressed in favor of more boring, mainstream theories. And by boring I don’t mean in the entertainment sense, but in the quality sense, in that these cutting edge science represents deep truths that are awe inspiring, uplifting, and just all around awesome, which is not so with most theories that are hammered into our brains and worshiped like religious dogma by the scientific elite.
Here they are;
1. Forbidden Archaeology, by Michael Cremo.
2. Forbidden Science Edited by J. Douglas Kenyon.
P.S. This maverick view towards science and the establishment is fundamentally essential to advancement. Tons and tons of advancements have come from outside the establishment, meaning they weren’t bogged down in dogma and publish or perish, toe the line ideology. Ex. Einstein did his best stuff as a patent clerk(Quote from Ray Stanz in Ghostbusters 😉 which is true and look what he accomplished.
The spirit of science should be creative, always challenging itself to grow, expand, and break out of its old boundaries. When human nature and psychology reach that point of critical mass, humanity will accomplish greater things than we can even dream of now.