Wednesday 12 April 2023

Human Footprint from the Dinosaur Era: Evidence of an Advanced Civilization?

The Zapata Print: Evidence of Advanced Life on Earth Millions of Years Ago?

A human footprint, seemingly left behind nearly 299 million years ago, has been discovered in New Mexico. The rock, which belongs to the Permian Period (299 to 251 million years ago), contains a genuine human footprint, according to Dr. Don Patton. However, the Permian Period was a time when humans weren't supposed to exist. So, what does this finding suggest?

The enigmatic footprint has been a subject of controversy, with some experts claiming that it displays several "unnatural features" and isn't typical of genuine human prints. The line and position of the toes are somewhat unnatural, and the ball is narrower and round compared to most genuine prints. But, the print's authenticity has been confirmed by the mud up-push, a rim of raised relief around the print.

Despite the controversy, some researchers believe that this finding may be evidence of ancient civilizations on Earth. If we accept that our planet has been inhabited by countless ancient civilizations in the past and that advanced life has existed for millions of years, this finding could challenge what we know about our planet's history.

Did Humans Co-Exist with Dinosaurs? The Mystery of the Zapata Print

However, the enigmatic Permian footprint is not the only controversial find from this period. Palaeontologist Jerry MacDonald has collected a number of fossil tracks that include a few "problematica." These tracks feature creatures that appear to be walking on their hind legs, others that look almost simian, and a three-toed creature that apparently took a few steps and then disappeared, as though it took off and flew. MacDonald has several tracks with unusually large, deep, and scary-looking footprints, each with five arched toe marks, like nails, that look just like bear tracks. Mammals, including bears, evolved long after the Permian period, scientists agree, yet these tracks are clearly Permian.

The discovery of the Zapata track raises fascinating questions about the history of life on Earth. While some researchers believe that the Permian rock contains a genuine human footprint, others dispute its authenticity. Regardless of whether the footprint is real or not, it's clear that our understanding of Earth's history is incomplete, and that there may be many mysteries left to uncover. The possibility that advanced civilizations existed millions of years ago challenges conventional notions about the origins of human history, and raises new possibilities for exploration and discovery. As we continue to uncover new evidence about our planet's past, we may discover that the story of human history is far more complex and fascinating than we ever imagined. Whether or not the Zapata track is real, it serves as a reminder that there is always more to learn about the history of our planet and the life that has inhabited it over the ages.

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