The First American: The Suppressed Story of the People Who Discovered the New World

Posted by Chris Parker
Aug 02 2007

 By Christopher Hardaker 


In the Movie, Planet of the Apes, Cornelius discovers a talking human baby doll. Cornelius (chimpanzee scientist) knows this talking human doll is going to set “science” on its ear.

Unfortunately for him, he is very naive about how science works. Dr. Zaius, head of the Ministry of Science simply “disappears” the doll. As far as science, was concerned, problem solved!

Of course, that was just a B-grade science fiction movie. But, as Christopher Hardaker chronicles in his book; “The First American: The Suppressed Story of the People Who Discovered the New World”, that’s exactly what happens in the real world of science as well with scientific paradigm priests supported by peer review standing in for Dr. Zaius. And sure, materialists try to crush creationism and creationists–but as this story shows, they will crush even materialists believers if they try to “attack” the scientific consensus by putting forth the wrong kind of evidence.

This story has it all, including of course; Archeological Skullduggery- pun intended. The site was ignored for more than 40 years because it conflicted with the paradigm; evidence was destroyed, and careers were lost. It illustrates graphically, the extreme fallibility of scientific dating systems as archaeologists, finally forced to confront the site and its artifacts after 40 years of suppresson have arrived at three different “scientific” dates for the site–all impossible according to the paradigm.

Dinosaurs in Literature, Art and History?

This site included a fully mineralized artifact (old?) that included representations of human interaction with animals thought by science to have been extinct before man evolved.

This archaeological site destroyed careers, as we chronicled earlier; Virginia Steen-McIntyre, for one, lost a promising archaeological career when she decided not to play along (stick with the consensus) at an associated site; Hueyatlaco. This book vindicates her work and kicks some dirt on those who “reburied” these artifacts.

As Christians, we don’t accept any of the dates mentioned here and we think that there is ample evidence here that it is nearly impossible to do anything but guess on dates even as “young” as 1000 to 5000 years.

In any case, get out the popcorn!

The Discoveries

This is the story of a remarkable art piece discovered in 1959 by an equally remarkable man at the Valsequillo Reservoir outside the city of Puebla, about 75 miles south of Mexico City. Juan Armenta Camacho stunned the world with his discovery of a mineralized elephant pelvis with engravings of elephants, big cats, and other extinct animals.

The engravings had been made when the bone was still fresh, still “green.” Whoever made these engravings actually saw those animals, and probably even ate and prayed to them.

The most amazing critter of them all was smack dab in the middle of the thing. A four-tusked gomphothere, an ancestor of the mastodon, and extinct in the U.S. for over a million years.

But in Central Mexico, these mythical beasts lived among mammoths and mastodons. And humans. This was absolutely amazing.

Other engraved pieces were also found. Nobody in the Americas had ever seen anything like this before. They were all mineralized!

It was totally new in every meaning of the word, except for their age which could be very old.

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