Into The Past, Ancient History And Sites Lecture Auckland New Zealand

Tuesday, November 15 2011 · 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Building 180, Unitec on Carrington Road - GATE 3

Second in a series of talks regarding the history of civilizations and their implications in our world view and perception of our history.

This talk does not focus on any particular area. The archaeological record is fraught with contradiction, presupposition and unanswered questions. In this talk i will present some of these questions and break down some of this presuppositions by point out some of these contradictions. From the Pyramids of Mexico to the mysterious ruins of Easter Island.
I am not an archaeologist; just an interested layman aiming to help balance the seemingly dogmatic view-points of mainstream archaeology with some of the more uncomfortable issues with the story the discipline itself tells.

This talk will be between 1 hour and 1h30mins in length. I will have a reference sheet available for anyone who would like to do further research into these sites and questions.

Koha will be asked, but is not essential.