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Philosophy for Readers
CUTTERS is not an “Organization”; we supply no product; we give what we have – understanding so far as it goes at this moment in time and finally, research is what it is ‘one day a rooster, next day a feather duster’ – if you have been ther you will understand.
CUT Journals – at your own PERIL!!
- Hymn 130
- Hymn 131
- Hymn 150
- Clearing-UpTimes 2
- Clearing-UpTimes 3
- Clearing-UpTimes 4
- Clearing-UpTimes 5
TABLE OF Varied-Source Post-Flood PATRIARCHS
LEFT & RIGHT
The calculation of the Gregorian/Julian equivalent of Year one of the Mayan Calendar is occasionally given as -3114. Clearing-UpTimes (CUT) chooses -3115 to -3117. This is according to recent commentary that suggests a looser binding might be possible. A California researcher at an academic institution presented a Thesis on this topic in recent years. Given the corresponding Orbital/Radiometric-Stratigraphic pairing this aligns Pangaea super-Continent with the Tower of Babel period in History. Since these two Calendars originate from different cultures and represent essentially the same knowledge base we might speculate that post-Babel and pre-Confusion of the Tongues these two people lived in reasonable proximity to each other and shared basic understanding in a common language. At the very least the territory of Pangaea was such that without great effort most people alive then could move about fairly freely and communicate.
Chapter 2: The Original Peopling of Latin America
Alan L. Bryan
we have the following”…
Limestone caves and rock shelters have been excavated in the forested interior of the State of Minas Gerais since early in the last century. The original purpose was to procure bones of the Pleistocene fauna; however, human bones and artifacts were also recovered. The Danish palaeontologist, Wilhelm Lund, excavated many caves near Lagoa Santa, north of the city of Belo Horizonte. He concluded that the majority of human remains had been deposited long after the extinct ground sloths, mastodons, and other animals, except at one site where he found fossilized human bones in apparent association with extinct mammal bones. The human skulls from Sumidouro Cave, later studied by P�ch (l938), included some with heavy browridges, a feature that is absent on the later skeletons (“Lagoa Santa man”) excavated by Lund and others. About the time of P�ch’s study, other less well controlled excavations were carried out in Lund’s and other caves in the area. The animal and human bones from these excavations were stored in crates in the State University in Belo Horizonte. Examination of the contents of the crates in l970 revealed evidence of human workmanship (chopping) on a few fossil bones (Prous l986), but also a human calotte with features similar to those included in P�ch’s study except that the browrideges were even more pronounced (Bryan l978, figs. 7-12; Beattie and Bryan 1984). The calotte was misplaced before it could be studied properly, although the similar state of permineralization and the morphological features suggest that it came from Sumidouro Cave. The calotte may or may not date to the Pleistocene. Populations with heavy browridges are known elsewhere in the Americas from Holocene contexts. The calotte is significant not so much because it may be old but because it suggests that a transitional form of early Homo sapiens was present in America as well as in east Asia. In fact, the closest morphological similarities are with transitional Homo Sapiens in China and Australia.
…” and from the above we see that the Pleistocene runs to -2897 from -2900. It is therefore most likely that these artifacts are mis-dated. The Australian aboriginal connection (see Australian Aborigines not the First People) suggests that the most likely dating is from the period in Geologic Time (properly converted) when Australia and South America were still connected. This date from David Johnson’s ‘The Geology of Australia 2nd Ed” work looks like Thanetian to the Lutetian or approx. -2930 to -2925.