Liberty Authors Community
Recent Topics

Mysterious Village Discovered In Canada Is 10,000 Years Older Than The Pyramids

started by on Apr 20 2017 – Last touched: May 10 2017

Apr 20 2017 09:05 pm    

A new settlement has been discovered by researchers from the Hakai Institute, University of Victoria and local First Nations members, and it changes everything scientists thought they knew about early civilization in North America. The 14,000-year-old village contains artifacts that date all the way back to the Ice Age and is believed to be one of the oldest human settlements ever uncovered in North America. It’s even suspected to be older than the Giza pyramids!

As IFL Science reports, the discovery lines up with the oral history of the Heiltsuk Nation. For generations, stories have been handed down that tell of an ancient coastal village. William Houston of Heiltsuk Nation told CTV News Vancouver Island:

“To think about how these stories survived all of that, only to be supported by this archaeological evidence is just amazing.”

Artifacts from the village were discovered on Triquet Island, approximately 310 miles northwest of Victoria, Canada.

(Excerpt) Read more at http://www.grazeme.com/mysterious-village-discovered-in-canada-is-10000-years-older-than-the-pyramids/

Apr 21 2017 05:36 pm

I’m glad we are discovering some new sites that defy what we thought! This find is significant and we need to look further for more.

Apr 21 2017 09:02 pm

Yep! absolutely! Yeah I thought it was a great find! I now want to dig around more into this one! lol

Apr 22 2017 02:46 pm

So now they think that most of the migration via the landbridge between Siberia and Alaska and down the coastline by foot and "possibly by boats" and the coastal route may have been well used before the inland route opened up. And this proves exactly what I’ve been saying for many years now! Nice to see they are finally catching up to reality lol. Man, the sea, and boats all go hand and hand and much further back than we even know I suspect. Further, I strongly suspect they will find more such sites along the coastlines all over the world not just in BC proving this only more and more.

Apr 22 2017 03:19 pm

I hope so!!! There needs to be more questions raised about the official narrative!


Form is loading...