Who Got to America Before the “Natives”?

Who were the true Native Americans?  The typical explanation is people genetically similar to modern Siberians who crossed over a land bridge and eventually made their way down to South America.  This explanations assumes and insists that there was no other way for humans to have arrived here because there was no technology like seafaring, navigation or aviation at the time.

Well, archaeological evidence exists to refute both sides of the claim.  First of all, there is evidence of technologies that the Siberian/Mongoloid native Americans have never claimed to possess.  Second, the age of these finds predates typical estimates for the rise of human technology.  It seems that when the Native Americans arrived, other natives had already been there…

Wattis, Utah Coal Mine

In 1953, miners at the Lion Coal Mine in Wattis, Utah were digging a new tunnel, and broke into an already existing system. The coal found in these tunnels was so old and weathered, it was useless for burning. Further exploration by Drs Wilson and Jennings from the University of Utah revealed not only the tunnels, but centralized rooms where coal was brought prior to being taken to the surface. The tunnels themselves averaged about 5-6′ high, (although there was one 8′ tunnel they followed for 8500 feet), and followed the coal seams in the same way as today. Yet none of the North American Indian tribes ever used coal.[1] Who, then, were the miners?

Secrets of the Lost Races: New Discoveries of Advanced Technology in Ancient Civilizations“, Rene Noorbergen (2001).  Retrieved 31.3.2014 from https://www.forbiddenhistory.info/index.php?q=node/10

Illinois Chain in Coal

Mrs. S. W. Culp, of Morrisonville, Illinois, was breaking coal into smaller lumps for her scuttle, one day in 1891, when she noticed a chain in the midst of the coal. When she reached down to pick it up, she saw that the two ends of the chain were firmly embedded in two separate pieces of coal that had clearly been a single lump only moments before.

http://www.byerly.org/whatifo.htm#8/18/02 and The Morrosonville Times, June 11, 1891.  Retrieved 31.3.2014 from https://www.forbiddenhistory.info/?q=node/30

Lanzhou Screw

CA Iron nail in Quartz

In 1851, Hiram de Witt, of Springfield, Massachusetts, accidentally dropped a fist sized piece of gold bearing quartz that he had brought back from California. The rock broke apart in the fall, and inside it de Witt found a 2″ cut iron nail, slightly corroded. “It was entirely straight and had a perfect head,” reported The Times of London.[1/2]

Abbey Mine Iron Screw in Feldspar

A piece of feldspar from the Abbey Mine in Treasure City, Nevada, in 1865, was found to contain a two-inch metal screw, which had oxidized but left its from and the shape of its threads within the feldspar- the stone itself was calculated as being millions of years old.

The Times, London, December 24, 1851 and http://www.byerly.org/whatifo.htm#8/18/02.  Retrieved 31.3.2014 from https://www.forbiddenhistory.info/?q=node/29

In 1961 a fossil encrusted geode (although this one was not hollow) was picked up in the Coso Mountains, six miles northeast of Olancha, California, near the top of a 4300′ peak overlooking the dry bed of Owens Lake by some rockhounds. What was discovered after it had been cut in half, ruining a diamond saw blade in the process, is something that has caused much debate over the years, and continues to this day.

Geode CoreIn the middle of the geode was a metal core approximately .08″ in diameter. Encircling this was what appeared to be a ceramic casing which was also surrounded by a hexagonal sleeve of wood, which had become petrified. This was encased by the outer layer of the geode which was made up of hardened clay, pebbles, and bits of fossil shell, and two nonmagnetic metallic objects resembling a nail and a washer. A fragment of copper still remaining between the ceramic material and the petrified wood indicates that possibly the two may have been separated by a copper sleeve. X-rays of the objects were taken and examined by Paul Willis, then editor of INFO Journal who noticed a startling similarity between it and a modern spark plug. An unnamed geologist in the original report of the find came up with an age estimate of 500,000 years based on the fossils contained in the matrix (note-this would not indicate what date the accretion was formed).[1]

http://www.byerly.org/whatifo.htm#8/18/02.  Retrieved 31.3.2014 from https://www.forbiddenhistory.info/?q=node/33

Found in California, a rock was cracked open in search of fossils. But instead of a fossil, out fell a very strange object. The rock came from a formation that had been dated at around half a million years old. In the picture below on the right is an x-ray of the object. It is composed of a ceramic material and metal. In some respects it resembles a modern spark plug.

Spark Plug

Retrieved 31.3.2014 from https://www.forbiddenhistory.info/?q=node/35

Ica Telescope

“In the 1960’s a local farmer was selling rocks he had found in caves and gorges near the city of Ica Peru. Over the years he had aquired thousands of these stones. Eventually the archeological community heard of these rocks and began to investigate. The farmer was arrested and confined by the government of Peru and upon his release he recanted his testimony and confessed that he had carved them himself. Dr. Cabrera had asked the farmer where he found the stones. The farmer was evasive and maintained his story that he made them himself for fear of being put in jail for the rest of his life. It has been determined by some that he was coherced into his confession. A total of about 15,000 of these stones have been recovered. The bulk of these are stored in the Ica Stones Museum in Peru.

The carvings on the stone are not cut into the stone. These ancient stones have a varnish over them that is formed over thousands of years. When the varnish is removed the lighter colored lines appear. When the carvings on the stone were examined it was found the the carvings themselves have some varnish on them as well indicating that the carvings are also of ancient origin.

Many of the carvings depict advanced technology including the one above which appears to be a man holding something like a telescope and looking at the comet or asteroid.”[1]

The stones are supposedly dated from 90 to 225 million years ago.

[1] http://www.ancient-hebrew.org/ancientman/12_viking.html

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