posted on Jan, 7 2012 @ 07:51 AM
The fact that this "artifact" is in granite, about the only real fact that seems to be verifiable in the story, makes me wonder if we aren't really
looking at the work of an acient shaman's grafitti. Granite is very durable which would make erasing any chisel marks a very long term ordeal. The
time that would take, indeed, makes this very old, indeed.
There are examples of ancient footprints all over the world, however. I don't know if this has been brought up in this thread or not but if you would
like to take into consideration another foot print that is in a much more plausible rock formation - sedimentary - look at the one that intersects
with a dinosaur foot print here in Texas. This isn't the exact site I remember reading about it but it will give you the general idea:
It may have been at s8int.com...
but I can't find it there for sure without some digging. One thing I remember
about the description of the Texas footprints, though, is the evidence that the speaker in the main video on this thread spoke of with the uplifted
part of the rock that occurrs when you step out of a mud print going forward. This appears on the Texas man/dino print with the mud from the human
print going OVER the dino print.
There are a lot of hoaxes perpetated on the Internet but I'm a firm believer of "where there's smoke there's fire". As time goes on and more people
become aware I honestly think history as we know it, as well as the religeous implications that result, are going to turn our old historical
perspectives on their ear - and sooner than you'd think.
edit on 7-1-2012 by Ollie769 because: Clarifying my text