Who are the Anasazi? They are indigenous native American people more precisely termed Ancestral Puebloans.
Their ancient ruins are found in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. They extend to the Rio Grande River separating Mexico from the United States.
The current academic thinking is that their cliff dwellings, particularly in Delores, CO date from 1500 BC. They seem to have disappeared between 1250 -1275 AD.
The modern Hopi and Zuni peoples are believed to be descendent from them.
Now, I come along, and claim that the Anasazi, may be 50,000 years old totally disregarding academic research.
You know, if I didn’t have good reason, I would doubt myself, too. However, I have good reason, a scientific reason, and it has little to do with either Archaeology or Anthropology.
My work applies aspects of Geophysics and Planetary Science to answer questions about the Earth’s very ancient past and inhabitants.
I assure you, that my research findings are very different from mainline academic ideas.
Let us start by looking at a map of Anasazi sites of the United States. What do we find?
We find that the sites are distributed in a linear fashion from Northeast to Southwest, They extend from Colorado to Arizona West and East of each other.
Why? The answer to this question gives us our amazing results.
How do we go about this. Well, there has to be a reason for this Northeast to Southwest distribution.
My research discovered that the Earth at one time had an orbital debris field or ring that is now extinct. This debris field orbited the Earth at a skewed angle that crossed Northeast to Southwest over North America.
This is exactly how the Anasazi sites are laid out. They were built under the orbit of this ring or debris field.
Furthermore, this orbital path stretched in a line from Duluth, Minnesota to Barringer Meteor Crater. The location of any site on either side of this line can be used used to date the site.
This is possible because the continents move. The distance of any site from this Duluth to Barringer Meteor Crater line divided by the rate of continental movement gives us the age or date of the individual site.
Now, at this writing, I do not have access to maps so I have to approximate the date of the sites.
Outside of Winslow, Arizona we have Barringer Meteor Crater. This crater is dated as 50,000 years old and was formed from a meteorite that crashed from this orbital debris field.
The age of the various sites are either more or less than 50,000 years old depending on their relative location to this line.
I will revisit this essay and make corrections to it when I get the opportunity to do so.
Email me directly with your questions and comments and we can discuss this in more detail.