The Mysterious Origins of Man

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The Mysterious Origins of Man

NBC Broadcast Version in VHS or DVD

The creators of the Emmy-Award Winning The Mystery of The Sphinx present a revolutionary network special which examines one of our greatest mysteries: Man's Origins.

From the ancient city of Tiahuanaco, on the shores of Lake Titicaca, to the Natural History Museum in London, the team examines evidence which does not fit the conventional model of man's migration from the Old World to the New.

Hosted by Charlton Heston, this documentary challenges what we are being taught about man's evolution and rise of civilization.

Could Plato's Lost Continent of Atlantis be buried under two miles of ice?

A new breed of scientific investigators present startling evidence: evidence that the academic community has quietly ignorred.

Did man evolve from the apes?
Human artifacts and bones have been found in rock strata millions of years older than the theory of evolution allows. But many of these finds have been ignored or even hidden away, according to David Hatcher Childress.

Did man live at the time of the dinosaurs? Human footprints were found in the same rock layer as dinosaur footprints dated to over 100 million years old.

The human prints are the right distance apart and show a left-right, left-right stride that seems to indicate an upright human walked on the same muddy ground as dinosaurs.

In 1929, an ancient map was discovered on a dusty shelf in a museum in Constantinople. The outlines of South America and Antarctica were mapped in detail. Who charted the globe, long ages ago, with an accuracy that we ourselves can hardly match today?

Author Graham Hancock (Fingerprints of the Gods) explains why the mysterious Piri Reis Map of 1513 is so amazing.

If this evidence is allowed to speak for itself, the history of man on this planet may be radically diffeent than what is accepted today!

Graham Hancock thinks we have become a species with amnesia, who have forgotten something important about our distant past.

He says we need to recover what we have lost to help deal with the earth changes that are approaching.

Bron: bcvideo.com

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