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The Making of Hominology: A Science Whose Time Has Come

The Making of Hominology: A Science Whose Time Has Come

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The Making of Hominology is a detailed work aimed at moving the study of relict hominoids from the fringes of science to a fully recognized scientific discipline?The Science of Hominology. The main author, Dmitri Bayanov (born 1932), worked directly with Professor Boris Porshnev and other early Russian scientists investigating the possible existence of Relict Hominoids. Bayanov's long journey began in the early 1960s and has continued until this day. This book, covers the subject from the dawn of written communications in Europe and Asia, and then in North America. Dmitri Bayanov coined the term ?Hominology? and from the outset has sought to convince the general scientific community that there is enough evidence to support his recommendation. His ?arguments? reflect his significant understanding of the subject and depth of his studies. What he presents is truly convincing. From a scientific standpoint, this book is the most important work on Hominology ever written. It is both fascinating and highly educational with a special illustrated section on what we know about North America's hominoid?the sasquatch or bigfoot.

Author: Dmitri Bayanov, Christopher L. Murphy
Publisher: Crypto Editions
Published: 04/01/2019
Pages: 152
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 0.87lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.50w x 0.56d
ISBN: 9780888392855

About the Author
Murphy, Christopher: - Christopher Murphy was born near Mere, England, in 1941. He came with his parents to Vancouver, BC, Canada, in 1947. At age 16 (1957) he left school and went to work for the Canadian Press as an office boy. One year later he went to work in the Purchasing Department for the B.C. Telephone Company (now Telus). He was required to get his high school graduation and did so under the government interrupted program, acquiring University Entrance status. He was promoted to management in 1969 and the company sponsored him in numerous courses related to management and industrial engineering. He worked as a systems analyst for several years and was again promoted to become the Warehouse and Distribution Manager for greater Vancouver; later he became the Purchasing Manager then Vendor Quality Manager. In this last position, he wrote several books on business processes and lectured in Canada and the USA. He retired in 1994 at age 53 and taught a night school course at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. He became interested in sasquatch research the previous year and went on to write several books on this subject. He collected sasquatch-related artifacts/material and was invited to provide an exhibit for the Museum of Vancouver, held in 2004/5. His exhibit has since traveled to seven other public museums in BC, Idaho, Oregon, Washington State, and Indiana. He has given talks on the subject at various conferences and has appeared in TV documentaries. He s a major contributor to the Sasquatch Canada website. Chris currently lives in Burnaby, BC, Canada.Bayanov, Dmitri: - Dmitri Bayanov was born in Moscow, Russia, in 1932 He went on to become one of the foremost Russian cryptozoologists and hominologists alive today, Dmitri originally graduated from a teachers' college in 1955 with a major in humanities. After studying under such individuals as Professor B.F. Porshnev and P.P. Smolin, chief curator of the Darwin Museum in Moscow, Dmitri took part in Marie-Jeanne Koffmann's expedition in search of the Russian snowman (almasty) in the Caucasus and made reconnaissance trips in the same region on his own. Dmitri is currently an active member of the Relict Hominoid Research Seminar at the Darwin Museum (since 1964) and became its chairman in 1975. He was a founding board member of the International Society of Cryptozoology and served on its Board of Directors until 1992. He is also credited with coining the terms hominology and hominologist in the early 1970s to describe the specific study of unknown hominoids and those who study them. Dmitri's hominological career has been spent manly on the study of relict populations of hominoids including the Russian snowman and the North American Sasquatch or Bigfoot. This is reflected in his several books published in Russia and Canada. He currently lives in Moscow, Russia.

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