Thursday, June 23, 2011

Ancient North American Carving Discovered

Archaeologists are excited to announce the discovery of a 13,000 year old carving of a mastodon. The carving, found on a bone fragment, is the oldest known art work in the Americas.

"The bone fragment, discovered in Vero Beach, Fla., contains an incised image about 3 inches long from head to tail and about 1 3/4 inches from head to foot."

The carving is very similar to cave drawings found in Europe.

Dogma and backward thinking keeps the archaeologists from declaring that there was Pre-Columbian European contact. However, EVERYONE should know by know that ancient people from different cultures travelled all over the world. Why this is still "Dogma" is beyond belief. Do we still believe the Earth is flat, too?

We personally think these ideas persist because people do not want to accept the truth that Man did not go from "cavemen to striped toothpaste." Civilizations and technology are cyclical. They come and go. Maybe it's threatening to know that people 5,000 years ago had electricity and roamed the Earth, mapping everything and building monuments we couldn't possibly replicate today. We want to think that we are the end all be all of civilization and that those who came before us we're...just cavemen.

To suggest otherwise is "controversial" and invites "skepticism and criticism".

How sad.

The Omni Report however, thrives on controversial and relishes skepticism and criticism.


Read more on this exciting discovery: News Article

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