As stated earlier every where I travel I see evidence of much older civilizations than the ones accredited with the knowledge and skills to produce the archaeological finds in various countries. What I have also found is the blatant disregard for the truth and obvious evidence that points to a much older past.
A paradigm is the generally accepted view or perspective held by a group or subject discipline. Consider why materialists/evolutionists might want to suppress information that does not fit in their paradigm. We know that once a scientific paradigm sets in, the system works to “play up” information that tends to support the current line and to suppress or ignore that information that threatens the viability of the paradigm. True Suppressions: Archaeological Coverups—A Plot to Control History? by Will Hart, investigates this very thing, the following is an excerpt from his article:
“There are other reasons a group or groups might want to suppress archaeological information in addition to the maintenance of evolutionary/materialistic viewpoints. For instance; the Chinese civilization and culture is thought to have developed in almost complete isolation from the rest of the world which meant all its great civilization and technology was developed independently.
They can naturally and justifiably take some pride in that, particularly if its true. How would they feel about a large number of Caucasian mummies found there which date back to a time co-incident with or even prior to the establishment of their early civilizations?”
The case of the Takla Makan Desert mummies in western China is an example of this phenomenon. In the 1970s and 1980s, an unaccounted-for Caucasian culture was suddenly unearthed in China. The arid environment preserved the remains of a blond-haired, blue-eyed people who lived in pre-dynastic China.
They wore colourful robes, boots, stockings and hats. The Chinese were not happy about this revelation and they have downplayed the enigmatic find, even though Asians were found buried alongside the Caucasian mummies.
Will Hart explains, “They might have a tendency not to want to focus scientific scrutiny on that type of archaeological find. And how about those peoples in various places who are considered to be aboriginal? There’s a certain Je Ne Sais Quoi and not to mention, pride, recognition, land grants and government and or tourist money that may go along with such a designation.
What if archaeological evidence surfaces which would tend to threaten or overturn their pet paradigm? Evidence may even show that the prior group not only preceded them but may have even been more advanced.”
In New Zealand, the government actually stepped in and enacted a law forbidding the public from entering a controversial archaeological zone. This story appeared in the book, Ancient Celtic New Zealand, by Mark Doutre.
Scientists trying to protect their theories while furthering their careers are not the only ones who want artefacts and data suppressed. The Waipoua Forest became a controversial site in New Zealand because an archaeological dig apparently showed evidence of a non-Polynesian culture that preceded the Maori.
“This is also the case in the Americas with the “American Indian” perhaps being preceded by the mound builders; tall, perhaps giant, red haired men and women who appear to have been more advanced than the “Native Americans”.
In Mexico, it appears that the Hispanics there were preceded by the “Olmec’s”, who again were more advanced than the civilizations, which followed them. These anomalies are not changing the existing paradigm because they are inconvenient from the standpoint of the primitive- to- advanced straight line (uniformism) theory of history, because they can throw off the timeline for supposed human evolution and because the peoples who control the artefacts and access to them may not be to keen to follow where the anomalous artefacts might be taking them.
Same thing on the continent of Africa. In Egypt. There, the earlier pyramids were built with much higher precision and technology than were the later ones. The older monuments are largely intact while the more recent ones, built with much smaller blocks to far less impressive tolerances are crumbling.
It’s amazing, when you think of it how much the “official story” has made us accept preposterous theories and explanations for how the Egyptian civilization could have built those pyramids and structures using primitive construction techniques.
The Great pyramid was nearly 40 stories tall and contains nearly 2,000,000 multi ton blocks cut and placed with enormously small tolerances. Tests on the great Sphinx indicate that it is older than the Egyptian civilization. Naturally, the Egyptians and the Egyptologists are holding on to the current paradigm with both hands and both feet. The truth is out there.”
The case of author Michael Cremo is well documented, and it also demonstrates how the scientific establishment openly uses pressure tactics on the media and government. His book Forbidden Archaeology examines many previously ignored examples of artefacts that prove modern man’s antiquity far exceeds the age given in accepted chronologies.
Then there is the high-profile case of Dr Virginia Steen-McIntyre, a geologist working for the US Geological Survey (USGS), who was dispatched to an archaeological site in Mexico to date a group of artefacts in the 1970s. McIntyre used state-of-the-art equipment and backed up her results by using four different methods, but her results were off the chart. The lead archaeologist expected a date of 25,000 years or less, and the geologist’s finding was 250,000 years or more.
The figure of 25,000 years or less was critical to the Bering Strait “crossing” theory, and it was the motivation behind the head archaeologist’s tossing Steen-McIntyre’s results in the round file and asking for a new series of dating tests. This sort of reaction does not occur when dates match the expected chronological model that supports accepted theories.
Steen-McIntyre was given a chance to retract her conclusions, but she refused. She found it hard thereafter to get her papers published and she lost a teaching job at an American university.
This incident can be found at A Little Vindication for Mcintyre: http://s8int.com/hueyatlaco.html