Skip to comments.15,000-year-old campsite in Texas challenges conventional story of American settlement
Posted on 03/25/2011 3:49:13 PM PDT by Renfield
15,000 years ago, humans camped in a lush Texas valley, leaving thousands of artifacts behind, from tools to face paint. This could be definitive proof that ancient people arrived in America by boat, not by walking the Bering Strait.
Anthropologist Michael Waters and colleagues announced their findings today, detailing the almost 16,000 artifacts they found near Buttermilk Creek, outside the Austin area. Their discovery will change everything you thought you knew about how people arrived in the Americas.
Meet the Buttermilk Creek people
What's remarkable is that this places human occupation of America over 2,000 years earlier than previously believed. And apparently, these early settlers loved the Buttermilk Creek area - there is evidence that it's been a popular campsite for thousands of years. As Waters put it yesterday at a press conference:.....
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Once agqin the illegal alien invasion is proven!
all remains beyond 12-15 thousand years ago were European. White man was not invaders , just returning home.
They picked a beautiful part of the world.
I cannot understand for the life of me WHY these nitwits seem to think that this entire landmass was totally empty and that there could not possibly have been a truly indigenous population.
DNA testing of Tierra del Fuego human remains demonstrate that they are related to Australian aborigines. More and more of these remains are being discovered scattered throughout South America.
But that isn’t all.
There was a compelling cosmic catastrophe 13,000 years ago, an event hugely important historically for North America.
The book detailing this cosmic event is “The Cycle of Cosmic Catastrophes” by Richard Firestone, Allen West, and Simon Warwick-Smith. (Firestone is a nuclear physicist; West was the owner of an international scientific consulting business; Warwick-Smith is a geologist).
Don’t allow the tacky illustration on the cover to deter you from reading this book (why a Hellenistic sculpture is depicted is puzzling.) This book is scientific in its thorough address of heavenly and earthly events.
According to these authors humans lived in North and South America for years before this event caused mass extinctions and a collapse of the ice sheet in North America.
Because that would mean two species of humans evolved separately on opposite sides of the earth.
So why, if they need to insist that only one race rose up, couldn’t it have risen here and migrated there? Maybe they done writ history bass ackwards. Adama. Red. Clay. Gee. Redmen. Cain’t have that, now, can we? Mus’ be black or you cain’t exist?
Gee fellas. Ain’t that racist?
There are Lenape artifacts even older than that, but they refuse to allow themselves to wrap their heads around the fact. As far as I am concerned, trying to make heads or tails out of the “scientific community’s” speculation, conjecture, and insanity, is like banging your head against a stone wall.
It’s all about the grant money.
Must be the Nephites! /s
“Or maybe it proves they just kept walking till they made it to Texas.”
Heheh, I think they meant that scientists date the ice bridge to after the time they date these remains.
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