Acámbaro figurines: Could mankind have coexisted with dinosaurs?
Ivan, a freelance writer and editor-in-chief at ancient-code.com who also writes for EWAO, Share Knowledge, Svemir Online and Ancient Origins, recently came up with an interesting piece on the “Acambaro figurines” enigma.
The Acambaro figurines are a collection of more than 32,000 pieces of strange looking figurines discovered in the municipality of Acambaro, Michoacán, Mexico. Some of these artifacts depict humans coexisting with dinosaurs.
Have you ever wondered if people on Earth coexisted with dinosaurs in the distant past? It is commonly accepted by mainstream scholars that Dinosaurs roamed the earth between 220 million and 65 million years ago during the Mesozoic Era. While mankind –homosapiens specifically— appeared on Earth some 200,000 years ago.
However, while this timeline is accepted in the scientific community, numerous discoveries point to a much different past, and that humanity and dinosaurs coexisted on Earth at some point in time.
One of the most interesting examples are definitely the strange Acambaro Figurines. In 1944 Waldemar Julsrud, a German merchant made a clamorous discovery in the small town of Acambaro in the state of Michoacán.
More than 33,500 objects (mostly made of ceramics), stone, jade, and obsidian were found.
Carbon-14 dating performed in 1968 by the New Jersey Laboratory of Isotopes showed that the figurines date between 1100 and 4500 B.C.
In 1972, the thermoluminescence dating method by the University of Pennsylvania on 2 figurines placed the figurines to around 2,500 B.C.
Mainstream dogma states that dinosaurs –all of them— disappeared around 65 million years ago. But, why must have all dinosaurs disappeared from our planet while other species survived?
If we look back at history, we will find that we know of the existence of dinosaurs from just over two centuries.
It is therefore officially impossible for men who lived 3,000, 4,500 or even 6,500 years to have been able to describe and manufacture figurines representing animals that were discovered in Mexico.
This is precisely why many discoveries, like the one of Acambaro, are denied in spite of the evidence showing otherwise; because the discoveries do not fit with mainstream history.
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