Posts Tagged ‘dinosaur drawings’

Authenticated Poinsett County Arkansas Corythosaurus/Hypacrosaurus from 400 to 700 Years Ago?

Crypto, Dinosaurs in Literature,, Science, The Flood of Noah, Unexplained Artifact | Posted by Chris Parker
Nov 11 2008

by Chris Parker
Copyright 2008

Suppose that you are an antiquities dealer, specializing in Early American and Native American artifacts such as arrowheads, bowls, flint knives clay effigies etc.. You make a nice living.

Now, suppose that you obtain an artifact (a bowl) that has affixed to it the head of a known dinosaur type. What are your choices?

If you want to sell it, here are your choices: Call it; “bird headed”, “zoomorphic” or “unknown”. You certainly can’t mention that it looks like a dinosaur. Call it that and it becomes a fake—because the artist could not have known anything about dinosaurs 400 to 700 years ago—according to science.

Call it bird-headed and everyone will be happy. Of course, its never going to a museum, it can only go to a private collector. This will always be the case.

So, even though there are in fact many artifacts that would make it clear that these creatures were alive a very short time ago rather than the millions of years science insists, no one, including scientists, Atheists, the general public nor Creationists, knows that this evidence exists.

This artifact is described by the dealer as a bird. It’s certainly possible that bird was his best guess.But, what kind of bird? We here at recognize the creature represented by the artifact as a lambeosaurine dinosaur like Corythosaurus or Hypacrosaurus. Many of these artifacts representing dinosaurs have been shown in our Dinosaurs in Literature section.

This item has been authenticated by Jeff Baker of Baker Authentication. Here’s how it is described on its certificate: “Effigy Bowl. Origin: Poinsett County, Arkansas. Measurement: 3” x 5.5 inches.

Condition:Excellent. Grade 9.5. Material; Shell Tempered Pottery,

Notation: A middle to late Mississippian artifact suggested to date from 700 to 400 years before present. Description for this type is a miniature size effigy bowl depicting a bird’s head. These types are commonly found along the Tyronza River in Northeast Arkansas. The workmanship is consistent with ancient techniques….”

Is this a bird headed bowl–or a dinosaur headed bowl? You decide.

Click Here to See the Rest of the Article with More Comparisons and Additional Photos

Two Ancient Drawings Show Man and Dinosaur Together

Crypto, Dinosaurs in Literature,, Science, Sophistication of Ancestors, Unexplained Artifact | Posted by Chris Parker
Aug 14 2008

George S. kindly forwarded us the following e-mail about a drawing he thought we might find interesting. We do!

“I visited the Three rivers Pertoglyph site this spring, but didn’t have time to scrutinize the whole of it, so when I found someone had posted their pictures I took the time to peruse them.
They had one labled: “Impossible, but It sure looks to me like someone is hunting a dinosaur with a flaming club!” …and it does!!!! Wish I had found it! ”

There are over 21,000 petroglyphs at the Three Rivers Petroglyph Site at Three Rivers, New Mexico located midway between Tularosa and Carrizozo in Otero County on highway 54. Many of the petroglyphs can be easily viewed from a trail open to the public which winds through the rocks for about one mile. The petroglyphs are thought to be the product of the Jornada Mogollon people between about 1000 and 1400 AD. The site is protected and maintained by the Bureau of Land Management.

The petroglyphs at Three Rivers were recorded during a 6 year project by the Archaeological Society of New Mexico’s Rock Art Recording Field Schools. Photographs and records are on file at the Bureau of Land Management’s District Office in Las Cruces….Wikipedia

Here is the original site where a larger photo of the petroglyph –along with others–can be found

Man and Dinosaur Together in China

Previously, here, we noted the close similarity of the Ishtar Gate “Dragon”, (604-562 BC) to images of similar creatures from the Egyptians (2600 B.C. and older), the Han Dynasty (206 B.C. to 220 A.D.) as well as Tang Dynasty (618-906 A.D.)the Sung Dynasty (1127-1279A.D) and possibly others.

This was evidence that the creature was real and not mythological. The representations of the creature were consistent across time and geographical location. We had even offered some suggestions concerning it’s identification based on fossil dinosaur re-creations.

The drawing above is of a Han Dynasty Motif showing a man hunting this Egypto/Assyrian?Chinese dragon with what appears to be a sling or a bolo weapon. Further evidence, we believe that this was in fact a real creature.

Click Here to see prior article and for more detail on the drawing by Lampo Leung.

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