Written by: Chuck Anderson of Discovery News
There is growing evidence that the “Ancient Ones” saw living creatures that we no longer see in today’s world!
Throughout the American southwest, more and more pictographs and petroglyphs are being discovered that indicate that the First Americans encountered huge dinosaur reptiles.
According to modern textbooks, dinosaurs supposedly became extinct over 65 million years ago, but many scientists now realize that these fascinating creatures once roamed the earth along with man. This is disputed, of course, by evolutionary philosophers, but the evidence is very compelling that dinosaurs and humans lived on earth at the same time… not too long ago!
HOW DID INDIAN ARTISTS KNOW WHAT DINOSAURS LOOKED LIKE?
Dinosaur and Human Tracks Discovered Together
in the Same River Bedrock!
Dinosaur and human footprints have been discovered together in the river bed of the Paluxy River near Glen Rose, Texas.
These tracks have been disputed by evolutionary scientists as “impossible” because dinosaurs were supposedly extinct millions of years before man was thought to have evolved. But rocks don’t lie!
In 1999, during a severe drought in central Texas more human and dinosaur tracks were uncovered in the same river rock strata near Dinosaur State Park.
To answer the accusation that someone must have chiseled the human footprints into the bedrock, heavy earth-moving equipment was brought to the site, and a section of previously undisturbed riverbank was carefully removed. The excavation uncovered even more of the human prints perfectly preserved in the bedrock!
To make prints in the same rock strata, both the dinosaur and the human had to have been there at approximately the same time before the mud dried and began to solidify into rock.