Aemilius wrote:This field requires time, and time is very precious, we seldom have time for what we don't actually like. So very likely You are not going find out how much material there exists under the title Forbidden Archaeology.
But there are several hours of good videos about Forbidden Archeology, where you can see and hear what happens to archeologists who actually found some of these things: How their careers came to an end abruptly, just because they didn't start lying about what they had found. Maybe there are some who where not so honest, who didn't want that their many years of studies should become wasted so suddenly! And who, as a result, became famous in official archeology?
Show me one.
This field doesn't require time. It has time.
What it requires is some kind of proof.
All that you are saying (again!) is, essentially,
Something might be true if you believe it's true
and if there is no real evidence that is is true
that doesn't make any difference.