file photo of a limestone rock formation. An 18th century discovery of man-made objects under layers of limestone is evidence, some say, that humans existed on earth hundreds of millions of years ago and even had an advanced civilization.
Evolution may comprise a small subset of biological divergence, but is so misleading and inaccurate in how it is portrayed, as to be an embarrassment to the seekers of #truth
, and logical
methodology. A political
sham. Yet as much as they control the University system, The
Smithsonian Institute, have #hidden
. The truth of
people like Michael
, who will someday be heralded as a
, and man of intellectual courage of
his time. He always stated he believed that man has been on this planet millions of years. Maybe it wasn’t the same “man” But someone lived and worked and made tools just like us. … Yet one more of the thousands and thousands of artifacts that the Jesuits, Smithsonian, and Church of Evolution are obligated to deny…
300-Million-Year-Old Man-Made Tools?
(out of place artifact) is a term applied to dozens of
objects found in various
places around the world that seem to show a level of technological advancement incongruous with the times in which they were made. Ooparts often frustrate conventional scientists, delight adventurous investigators open to alternative theories, and spark debate.
Workers at a stone quarry near Aix-en-Provence, France, in the 18th century came across a find that remains a mystery.
They dug down through layer upon layer of limestone. In a stratum of sand between the 11th and 12th layers, they found man-made objects that seemed to flout the commonly held timeline for human existence on Earth. The find was recorded in the American Journal of Science and Arts in 1820 by T. D. Porter, who was translating Count Bournon’s work, “Mineralogy.” The article is available online through the Internet Archive, a non-profit organization that makes digital copies of print works.