2012: Human Footprints Dating Back up to 25,000 Years Found in Mexico

MEXICO CITY – National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, specialists have discovered five human footprints in northern Mexico’s Sierra Tarahumara that could be between 4,500 and 23,000 years old, officials said. The find took place in the northern state of Chihuahua after a local resident notified the authorities about the imprints, which were probably left by some of the first humans to populate that region of northern Mexico. INAH said in a communique that these are “the first human footprints to be found” in Chihuahua and that if their antiquity is verified, “they will be added to the few footprints left by the earliest inhabitants of the American continent that are preserved in Mexico.” To date in Mexico, footprints have been found in the municipality of Cuatro Cienegas in Coahuila state and on a ranch in the state of Sonora. Two of the footprints correspond to the two […] Read More

World’s Before Our Own

What happens when unique skeletal and cultural evidence from a prehistoric world appear long before they should — and in places where they should not…? Brad Steiger asks. It is rather amazing that such sophisticated people, as we judge ourselves to be, do not even know who we are. And it becomes rather dismaying to discover that there is a great deal of suppressed, ignored, and misplaced pre-historical cultural evidence that would alter the established interpretations of human origins and provide us with a much clearer definition of what it means to be human. Archaeologists, anthropologists, and various academicians who play the “origins of Man” game, reluctantly and only occasionally acknowledge instances where unique skeletal and cultural evidence from the prehistoric record suddenly appear long before they should — and in places where they should not. These irritating artefacts destroy the orderly evolutionary line that academia has for so […] Read More