The first and foremost tool to use for gaining understanding is the faculty of one's own discerning comprehension. Orthodox archaeology and geology
seeks a single and unified conformist view, and all curricula for these subjects in education around the world teach the conformist view. Hancock, and
other credible researchers like him, are a threat to the conformist view because their theories and the evidences they have gained to support them
complicate and confound the view of orthodoxy.
Hancock is right when he states that we are a species with amnesia. That we have lost our ancient memories of what life was like pre-global flooding
just over 10,000 years ago.
Seventy thousand years ago there was the Toba eruption, occurring 60 thousand years before the end of the last ice age. The last ice age drove most
species of land animals, including primates, Neanderthals, and Homo-sapiens towards the warmer climes of the equatorial regions, so that when the
massive Toba event occurred, it utterly decimated many species, especially Neanderthal and Homo sapiens, down to just a few thousand (DNA evidence
suggests this). Interbreeding between Neanderthal and Homo sapien helped to bring our species back from extinction.
We know for a fact that just before the end of the last ice age, around 12,500 years ago, the oceans and seas were much lower than they are now, up to
400 feet lower. Coastal areas of land masses at that time had areas of civilisation, the evidence of which still exists today in the form of flooded
buildings and monuments all around the world, at a depth that correlates to the time of the global flooding, which is told in the flood stories from
around the world by different races.
Orthodox archaeology likes to state the conformist view that no civilisation built anything, city or monument until at least 5000 years ago, yet
Globeki Tepi is dated to around 11,200 years ago. Newgrange in Ireland is dated to 5,200 years ago and is older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids. If
you factor in a time period for the development of discovering how to build something like Newgrange you could take it back further to 6,000 years. To
build cities and monuments you need to have developed intelligence, and also reasons for building them and developed the know-how to do so. This takes
time, centuries even.
Our ancient ancestors were certainly more advanced than what orthodox archaeology states. There is the very large ancient complex in Indonesia (I
think) that not only shares a similar dating with Globeki Tepi in Turkey, but also a number of similar carvings and statues. Orthordox archaeologists
sought to have the dig stopped, and succeeded, but I now understand that researchers are now allowed to continue with the digs? Even Japan has a Stone
Henge and stone circles, so the existence of a global spread of similar cultural artifacts is something that questions orthodox archaeology, and
proves that what it is teaching as fact is not entirely the full story.
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