Drutakarma dasa

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Drutakarma Das (Michael A. Cremo) is a disciple of His Divine Grace

A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. He joined the ISKCON in 1974 at the Washington, D.C. temple.

His principal service has been writing. He has written articles for Back to Godhead magazine, and currently serves as a member of its editorial advisory board. He is coauthor of the Bhaktivedanta Book Trust publications Chant and Be Happy, The Higher Taste, Coming Back, and Divine Nature. In the science field he is coauthor of the magazine Origins and of the books Forbidden Archeology and The Hidden History of the Human Race. He is also author of the books Human Devolution: A Vedic Alternative to Darwin's Theory, The Forbidden Archeologist, Forbidden Archeology’s Impact, and My Science, My Religion (a collection of 24 papers he has presented at international scientific conferences).

 

He lectures at scientific conferences and universities and has appeared many times on television and radio. In his research he explores ideas about human origins and antiquity, consistent with the accounts of these things given in the Srimad-Bhagavatam.

 

He is also a member of the Sastra Advisory Committee and a member of the executive committee of the Temple of Vedic Planetarium Exhibits Group. He is currently based at the ISKCON center in Los Angeles. His website for his science outreach is www.mcremo.com.