Did Earth Have Intelligent Life 1.1 Billion Years Ago?

Could intelligent life on Earth be 1.1 billion to 750 million years old? Yes, this is a serious question and yes, there is evidence for this. Unbelievable as it may seem it is something that science needs to consider. Here is what I mean.

In 2012 the Mexican Government released photos of artifacts that show “cone head” creatures together with what seems to be images of interplanetary “space flight”. These artifacts were found near Ojuelos de Jalisco in Mexico and were kept as a state secret for 80 years.

However, what is more amazing is that these artifacts depict images that represent the planets and the Earth at an extremely ancient epoch. In an earlier post I speculated about a 300 to 400 million year old civilization because of these images. Now, with a little more study, I noticed something quite remarkable. One of the images seems to depict an ancient supercontinent on Earth that looks very much like the super continent named Rodinia.

What is Rodinia? Rodinia is a hypothesized supercontinent that contained all or mostly all of the land mass of Earth. The name Rodinia means “The Motherland” and was named by McMenamin & McMenamim back in 1990. (See Wikipedia) According to plate tectonic reconstruction, Rodinia existed between 1.1 billion to 750 Million years ago. (Wikipedia)

This is not all. The particular artifact in question depicts an image of a world we believe to be Earth, with an ice field in orbit around it. The image also depicts what can be considered the moon surrounded by a massive debris field and an out stretched arm extending from the upside down triangle or spear shaped land mass reaching to another planet. The outstretched arm has a hand with the middle finger touching the other planet. The hand has no thumb.

If the large land mass shown is Rodinia, then the arm extends from what scientists call the South American and West Africa cratons. These cratons are the large land blocks that eventually became West Africa and Brazil.

The identification of the image of this artifact with Rodinia may lead to the solution of several mysteries. One is that the collapse of the ice field around the Earth could have resulted in a flood that washed out this ancient civilization. This could be the flood of Noah.

Another is the origin of humanity and the so called “Garden of Eden”. The outstretched arm seems to place this geographically in the area of Brazil and West Africa.

Another is evolution and creation. The cone heads may have been the original Adam and Eve and we “descended from them”. The process of descent would appear to modern science as evolution. We obviously are very different from the cone heads depicted in the artifact.

Finally, the possibility of an ancient space going civilization estimated to be 250 million years old. Our ancient ancestors may have been responsible for this. Keep in mind that an origin for intelligent life from between 1.1 billion to 750 million years ago allows more than enough time for an ancient civilization to develop space flight. Of course, this is only speculation based on images of one artifact and more data is necessary.

One more point, if intelligent life on Earth did begin during the time of Rodinia, then modern mainline science needs to greatly alter its theories about both the origin of life in general as-well-as the origin of intelligent life on Earth.

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About black2tell

Author, speaker, and researcher of various unexplained mysteries including lost civilizations, human origins, religious mysteries, and UFOs. Mr. Black is available for speaking engagements.
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