Michael Cremo is a member of the History of Science Society, the World Archeological Congress, the Philosophy of Science Association, the European Association of Archaeologists and a research associate in history and philosophy of science for the Bhaktivedanta Institute. After receiving a scholarship to study International Affairs at George Washington University, Michael began to study the ancient histories of India known as the Vedas. In this way, he has broadened his academic knowledge with spirituality from the Eastern tradition.
Michael is on the cutting edge of science and culture issues. In the course of a few months time he might be found on pilgrimage to sacred sites in India, appearing on a national television show in the United States or another country, lecturing at a mainstream science conference, or speaking to an alternative science gathering. 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.
On the cutting edge of science and culture issues, dissident intellectual, Michael Cremo, discussed his continuing work in forbidden archaeology and human origins including artifacts and discoveries that don't fit into conventional timelines.
Midweek Open Lines followed in the latter half, with many callers sharing their thoughts... More »
In the middle two hours, science journalist Michael Tennesen, who has written more than 300 stories in such journals as Discover, Scientific American, Audubon, and Smithsonian, discussed the history of mass extinction on Earth and why a growing number of scientists agree we are headed toward an extinction event, perhaps in as little... More »
Dissident intellectual Michael Cremo discussed his continuing work in forbidden archaeology and human origins including artifacts and discoveries that don't fit into conventional timelines and theories of the academic and scientific communities, and spoke about his recent trip to the ancient Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia.
St. Louis' own paranormal pioneer, Steven LaChance, discused the most haunted locations in St. Louis including the Union Screaming house, which the Roman Catholic Church describes as having all three stages of a demonic haunting, as well as the Lemp Mansion, the Fabulous Fox Theater, and Zombie Road.
Ufologist and anomalous phenomena expert John Lear joined host David Ruben to discuss conspiracies, cloned supersoldiers and the extraterrestrial plan for the human race. In the first hour, 'forbidden archeologist' Michael Cremo... More »
Dissident researcher Michael Cremo discussed his continuing work in forbidden archeology and human origins, as well as ancient Sanskrit history and lore. Describing aerial craft known as vimanas in ancient India, he said there was reportedly an appearance of one around 5,000 years ago.
Unorthodox researcher Michael Cremo discussed his continuing work in forbidden archeology-- studying objects that demonstrate the idea of extreme human antiquity. The notion that humans similar to us lived millions of years ago is written about in ancient Sanskrit texts from India, which interestingly also describe vimanas--... More »
Dissident intellectual Michael Cremo discussed his continuing work in forbidden archeology and human origins, as well as his study of the ancient history of India. A temple complex in South India houses a particular sacred image, a form of the Hindu god Vishnu. According to the local historical accounts, the image is an extraterrestrial... More »
Dissident intellectual Michael Cremo discussed his continuing work in forbidden archaeology - artifacts and discoveries that don't fit into the conventional timelines and theories in academic and scientific communities.
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe updated several on-going stories including Honey Bee collapse, grain shortages, Morgellons disease, and strange aerial lights. According to one beekeeper, Honey Bee collapse is worse this year than it was last year. Linda interviewed apiary inspector Jerry Hayes, who noted the problem is more dramatic on the West Coast this year. For more, go here.... More »
Author and researcher Michael Cremo returned to discuss 'forbidden archeology,' ancient Sanskrit knowledge, and cosmic hierarchy. He shared evidence that humans existed on this planet millions of years ago. Examples included, a human skeleton found in Illinois under a thick layer of unbroken slate rock-- which was estimated to be around 300 million years old. And a probable shoe print (the... More »
Author Michael Cremo returned to the show to discuss both his archaeological research and his thesis that mankind has devolved from a higher state of pure consciousness. Humans are multidimensional and made up of three elements, he said-- ”ordinary matter, subtle mind, and consciousness.
Controversial author and lecturer, Michael Cremo, the main guest on Monday night, shared his alternative to the Darwinian Theory of Evolution called Human Devolution. Based on the Vedic philosophy of ancient India, Cremo proposes that "humans of our type [have] existed" on earth for millions of years. He cites as... More »
Over the centuries, researchers have found bones and artifacts proving that humans like us have existed for millions of years. Mainstream science, however, has suppressed these facts. Prejudices based on current scientific theory act as a "knowledge filter," giving us a picture of prehistory that is largely incorrect. Cremo is a Member of the History of Science Society, The... More »