EVIDENCE OF DINOSAURS AND HUMAN CO-EXISTENCE FOUND IN ANCIENT CAMBODIAN TEMPLE:
Dr. Don Patton and Dr. Dennis Swift traveled to Cambodia in January, 2006. Their findings are most remarkable and we have included a number of their photographs.
The Khmer civilization created magnificent temple in the jungles of Cambodia over 800 years ago.
The magnificence had long departed when Dr. Patton and Dr. Swift arrived in the judges of Cambodia. But the evidence they found that proves that men saw dinosaurs in the not too long ago past is remarkable.
The arrow points to a column which contains many beautiful carvings of animals including a stegosaurus. We do not know how often men would see these now extinct creatures, but they carved what they saw . . . they didn't have any modern day National Geographic magazines to go by!
Notice the clarity and beauty of the work. This type of "Oopart" is more than problematic to evolutionary theories. It proves that men and dinosaurs not only walked the planet at the same time, but were created at the same time! Click here to see Dr. Patton's full report:
ANCIENT INDIAN ART WORK REVEALS THAT THEY TOO, SAW DINOSAURS JUST A FEW HUNDRED YEARS AGO!
This remarkable pictograph can be seen etched into the canyon walls of the Grand Canyon. Other animals show the same clarity. The people living there not too long ago saw reptiles that we only see in books. They painted what they observed. Dinosaurs did not become extinct 65 million years before the "evolution" of man. They were obviously created at the same time!
This is not just accidental similarity between the Indian artwork and what we believe the edmontosaurus looked like!
More Indian artwork from Canada! The evolutionary time-table has been proved entirely wrong.
THOUSANDS OF INDIAN CLAY FIGURINES HAVE BEEN UNEARTHED IN ACAMBARO, MEXICO.
From time to time, unusual artifacts are found in strange places. Some of these items are "problematic" to the accepted teaching of the day that is indoctrinating students that the world is billions and billions of years old.