What if humans did not evolve and that the history of humanity has been covered up? Are ancient bloodlines controlling our perceptions? Did the Great Library Of Alexandria contain important information about the real origins of humans?
John Hamer, whose previous conversation about the Titanic is remarkably convincing, published a very thick book titled The Falsification of History: Our Distorted Reality, whose description is as follows.
Why do I believe what I believe?
I don’t know.
Peter Boghossian, who has been very influential in my journey, has some fascinating expansions on why people believe what they believe. The epistemological answer to my question probably hinges on the fact that it’s easier to trust the schooling vector and various established authorities like the media, government and academia (also known as The Cathedral).
For example, Ben Van Kirkwyk suggests that human history is both cyclical and way older than what we’ve been taught.
Is evolution unscientific nonsense?
Again, I don’t know.
Henry Morris provides an interesting critique of Evolutionary Theory.
The fake pandemic has opened my eyes to the gaping holes in The Science™, from the outright rejection of pragmtatic methodology (such as observation and reproducibility) to the adoption and celebration of consensus and computer modelling (such as viruses and climate change).
The Scientific Method is wholly ignored, as pharmaceutical scientist Mike Donio noted, in the medical and climate change industries.
John chatted to me about the first part of his massive book, including evolution, ancient bloodlines, Atlantis, the Great Library Of Alexandria and false flags.
John makes the point that everything is linked and doesn’t exist in isolation.