Carlisle Cathedral

Discovery_News_Paper_HeaderWritten by: Chuck Anderson of Discovery News

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This brass carving of two dinosaurs is on the tomb of a 15th century bishop at the Carlisle Cathedral in Cumbria, England. The artist obviously had a good idea of what dinosaurs looked like long before there were any dinosaur books. He must have observed something somewhere! National Geographic declared in January 1933 — “No human being has ever seen a live dinosaur.” Maybe they should have checked with the ancient artists before reaching that conclusion!

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900-YEAR-OLD DINOSAUR
ENGRAVINGS FOUND
IN CAMBODIAN TEMPLE!

In January 2006, Dr. Don Patton and Dr. Dennis Swift visited a temple in Cambodia built by the Khmer civilization around 1100 A.D. The engravings, revealing that men saw dinosaurs just 900 years ago, are undeniable proof that dinosaurs and men lived on earth at the same time!

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What appears to be a stegosaurus dinosaur can be clearly seen on this Cambodian Temple column that is nearly 1,000 years old!

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This article was written by Chuck Anderson and published in the Discovery News and reproduced on ChristiansAreUs.com with permission from Chuck personally. Discovery News is provided on a free-will offering basis.  If you would like copies for your friends, or would be willing to help distribute Discovery News to doctor’s offices, hospitals, nursing homes, military bases, college and high school campuses, restaurants, motels and truck stops, neighborhoods and many other places, please call the Editor, Chuck Anderson, at (303)564-7581 or email him at DiscoveryNews1@aol.com. Mailing services are also available.
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