AAT has inspired me to finally be able to "connect the dots" of the very common sense ideas shared on every episode and the religious similarities of the world cultures. My 7 year old knows where he came from and it all makes sense. He does not question what is self-evident.
I want to attend a university to be an anthropologist by inspiration from you, EvD, and AAT. Finding the truth in the past is the most important question the human race has to answer. I read, study, have extremely good eyesight, an eye for the unusual or particular, the utmost respect for archaeology, and a desire to sort through all the pieces to put together the puzzle. I do love puzzles.
I love travel, the outdoors (I've been known to disappear for a few weeks into the mountains), and I have 2 years of college completed so far. I am concerned that when I attend a university, I will end up studying completely mainstream and be frustrated with the history dogma taught in schools.
How do I become a working part of AAT?
In a seperate question:
Have you considered any of the following as topics for future shows?
Alien Society (space craft as family dwellings?)
The Clash of the Titans
Aztec, Maya, and Olmec Legends (some of the pictoral representations of their gods are shown with "captives in their bellies", human sacrifice, the hero twins shooting down the "bird", more about the Xibalban Lords, and all the pyramids)
Inca mythology, Native America etc.
It seems there is a lot more to reveal in all the familiar texts that have not been covered yet. (Popol Vuh, The Bible, etc)
Are any of the megalithic complexes thought to have had a roof? Maybe they didn't need a roof?
And yet another question:
Has anyone ever used extensive satellite imagery on a large scale to (seriously) search and map possible locations of underwater megalithic complexes?
Is there any truth to evidence of humans 8 ft and taller?
I saw a dot on the AAT giants map point to a place in California. Is there evidence in California? (I think it is interesting that California is also home to the Sierra Nevadas. They host a rich amount of gold and granite. And the surviving Giant Redwood trees.)
I'm sure that is definitely enough for now. Don't want to overwhelm you but I thought I'd ask an expert. Thank you for everything you are doing! Your smile and energy are evident. Hope to hear from you!