Drutakarma Prabhu (Michael Cremo)
Michael A. Cremo, also known as Drutakarma dasa was born in July 15, 1948 in the United States. In 1966 he entered the School of International Affairs at the George Washington University, in preparation for a career in diplomacy. But in the turmoil of the Vietnam War era and the counterculture revolution of the 1960s, he left the university. He arrived in Europe, the Russia, an later he headed further East, a journey that eventually led to his becoming a disciple of Bhaktivedanta Swami and a student of the ancient Sanskrit writings of India. It was in these writings that he encountered histories of a human presence on this planet going back millions of years. In 1984, he and Richard Thompson, inspired by their studies of the Sanskrit histories, began work on their monumental Forbidden Archaeology, which documents evidence for extreme human antiquity.