Friday, January 21, 2011

400,000 Year Old Human Remains Found in Israel

Archaeologists have recently found evidence of 400,000 year old human remains in Israel. This finding stands as the oldest homo sapien remains discovered to date. Researchers from the University of Tel Aviv founds these remains in a nearby cave known as Qesem.

The remains of these ancestors of mankind come in the form of teeth. The teeth are very similar to modern human teeth. Using a variety of dating methods, researchers have been able to confirm that the oldest of the teeth found date back to approximately 400,000 to 200,000 years ago.

Archaeologists found evidence that these people dwelling in the cave also used fire consistently and used flint blades.

Previously researchers had concluded that humans evolved in Africa around 200,000 years ago. However, this new research has them second guessing their conclusions.

Arcturi would like to present several ancient alien hypotheses in regards to this matter. We know the Pleiadians discovered Earth around the year 225,000 B.C. This would compliment the story well as the teeth found in this cave were much more human than the supposed "missing links" found in Africa. We believe its very possible these human remains found in the cave are perhaps the first incarnation of human life as we know it on Earth.

Another possible hypothesis is that these remains represent the first humans created by the Annunaki. According to legend, Annunaki home planet was depleted of minerals around the year 450,000 B.C. The Annunaki first came to earth around the year 445,000 to start their mining operations. Within the next 100,000 years they began to develop the slave race we know today as humans. This hypothesis makes sense of why humanity developed in the craddle of civilization rather then Africa.

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