Note: I had often been asked: “How did the Mayan civilization have such knowledge some 10,000 years ago?” My answer suggested one of two reasons. 1) The Maya was given wisdom by aliens. Unfortunately, although I keep an open mind, there is no credible evidence of any such…
Note: I had often been asked: “How did the Mayan civilization have such knowledge some 10,000 years ago?” My answer suggested one of two reasons. 1) The Maya was given wisdom by aliens. Unfortunately, although I keep an open mind, there is no credible evidence of any such undertaking. 2) The Mayan civilization if far older than we had come to believe. Now, with new found hard evidence, I would firmly suggest that their wisdom was assimilated – as in being passed down from generation to generation for literally thousands of years. I might add, this knowledge was derived collectively as information was transported from Africa, Asia, Middle East, and Europe.
Remember, thirty years ago the vast majority of the world’s population believed humans roamed the Earth no more than some 2,000 years ago. Perhaps a very small collection of people outside of China believed humans originated (as a colony) some 10,000 years ago.
As you can see, this acknowledgment of humans (tribes/colony) existing some 20,000 to 27,000 earlier will be a mind blower in your conversation around your Thanksgiving dinner. MB
A team of Uruguayan researchers working at the Arroyo del Vizcaíno site near Sauce, in Uruguay has found evidence suggesting humans were in the area as far back as 30,000 years ago. Their evidence and findings were published yesterday in the scientific journal Proceedings of the Royal Society.
To our amazement, the radiocarbon age of the site is far older than we expected (between 27,000 and 30,000 years ago), and thus has created a new paradigm for understanding the time in which humans populated in South America. The researchers suggest that if humans were indeed living in South America as far back as 30,000 years ago, they likely arrived there by floating craft from Africa. The prevailing winds would have carried them directly there without the need of paddles or sails.
In October 2013, a team of excavators in Brazil discovered cave paintings and ceramics that have been dated to 30,000 years ago and now, in this new effort, the research team has found more evidence of people living in Uruguay around the same time.
Some scientists today believe that humans populated the Americas approximately 12,000 – 16,000 years ago, and did so by walking across the Bering Strait, which would have been frozen over during that time period. However, more recent evidence suggest that humans were living in South America far earlier in time.
The assembly of bones shows some decay and fossilized features suggestive of a human presence – with most findings indicating death occurred during prime adulthood. Also, there is no evidence suggesting the bones gathered by means of natural transport such as rivers or wind placing them in a single spot. In addition, several bones present deep asymmetrical abrasions – marks which suggest they were produced by human made tools.
The age profile of the humans is similar to that seen in previously discovered kill sites, in which a selection of the most skilled hunters of the tribe – used weapons of their time and had the ability and knowledge to mobilize a strategic ambush.