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Forbidden Archeology 3

Forbidden Archeology 3

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Forbidden Archealogy - By Richard Thompson & Michael A. Cremo 
Over the past two centuries, researchers have found bones and artifactsshowing that people like us existed on earth millions of years ago. Butthe scientific establishment has suppressed, ignored, or forgotten theseremarkable facts. Why because they contradict dominant views of human origins and antiquity. Evolutionary prejudices, deeply held by powerful groups of scientists, have acted as a 'knowledge filter'. And thefiltering, intentional or not, has left us with a radically incomplete set of facts for building our ideas about human origins. The chart belowsummarizes some of the artifacts discussed in the book 
 Forbidden Archeology
- by Michael A. Cremo and Richard L. Thompson. The book analyzes a vast number of arrow heads, tools and bones that are millionsof years old and show the existence of these items contradict theestablished time line of evolution as rigidly held by our dogmaticscientific community.
 2.8 billionyears agoOttosdalin,South AfricaGrooved Metal Spheres. These were found bySouth African miners. They are housed inmuseum in Klerksdorp.
Weekly World News
, July 27,1982. 'Scientistsbaffled by spacespheres' - S.Jimison
 AgeuncertainAixenProvence,FranceBelow 11 layers of limestone at a depth of 50 feetwere found coins, handles of hammers and other wood tool fragments. This was in a quary whereworkers were cutting stones for a building amassive palace.
 AmericanJournal of Science
1820(vol. 2, p 145-146)
 AgeUncertain12 miles NorthWest of Philadelphia,PA, USA.In 1830, letterlike shapes were discovered withina solid block of marble from a quarry. The block was found at a depth of 60-70 Ft under layers of gneiss, mica slate, hornblende, talcose slate, and primitive clay slate.
 AmericanJournal of Science
1831(vol. 19, p 361)
 600millionyears agoDorchester,MassachusettsA metel vase was blasted out of solid puddingstone, 15 ft below the surface. The vase was broken in two parts, zinc in color, on the sidewere six figures or a flower, or bouque, inlaidwith pure silver, on the lower part was a vine or wreath also inlaid with silver. According to arecent U.S. Geological Survey map of Boston-Dorchester area, the pudding stone, now calledthe Roxbury conglomerate, is of Precambrianage, over 600 million years old.
Scientific  American
June5, 1852
505 - 590millionyears agoUtah In 1968, Wiliam J. Meister, a draftsman andamateur trilobite collector, reported finding ashoe print in the Wheeler Shale near AntelopeSpring, Utah. This Shoelike indentation and it'scast were revealed when Meister split open a block of shale. " The heel print was indented inthe rock about an eighth of an inch more than thesole. The footprint was clearly that of the rightfoot because the sandal was well worn on the rhtside of the heel in characteristic fashion."
, 5(3):97-102'Discovery of trilobite fossils inshod footprint of human inTrilobite Bed' -W.J. Meister 1968
 360-408millionyears ago North Britain 10 inch nail was discovered embedded in a block of sandstone in Kingoodie (Mylnfield) quarry in1844.
Dr. A.W. Medd,BritishGeologicalSurvey
 260-320milionyears agoWebster City,IowaArticle titled "Carved Stone Buried in a Mine"from
 Daily News
of Omaha decribed an objectthat was found at the bottom of a coal mine 130feet down where the miners were sure the earthhad never been disturbed before. He object was adark grey stone about 2 feet long, one foot wideand 4 inches thick. "Over the surface of the stoneare lines drawn forming perfect diamonds. Thecenter of each diamond is a fairly good face of anold man having a peculiar indentation in theforehead that appears in each of the pictures, allof them being remarkably alike. Of the faces, all
The April 2,1897 edition of the
Daily News
of Omaha

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