Statographic Column

Stratographic Column

As a rule, modern artifacts, like this clay pot, are found near the top of the stratographic column. Homo Sapiens (modern man) is thought to have originated in Africa 100,000 years ago.

Neanderthal Man originated around 150,000 years ago.

Homo Erectus originated around 1.5 million years ago.

Australopithicus, the first to walk upright, around 5 million years ago.

Pliopithicus, an ape-like being, was amoung man's earliest relatives, around 25 million years ago.

This primitive hand-ax is the most advanced tool we would expect to find in 2 million year old strata.

We are now in the forbidden zone of archeology. This mortar and pestle was found in rock strata 55 million years old. At this early period in earth's history human beings did not exist.

This metallic tube is impossible according to the accepted views of archeology. Found in chalk beds dated to 65 million years, it is of obvious intelligent design, yet dates to a time before humans existed.

This artifact has never been recorded in a college textbook. Modern human bones were found in an Illinois coal deposit dated at 320 million years. Does this mean that man lived at the time of the dinosaurs?

Perhaps the oldest artifacts ever discovered are these metallic spheres found in Klerksdorp, So. Africa. Over 150 of the mysterious balls were found deep in Pre-Cambrian strata dated at an astounding 2.8 billion years old. At this time in earth's history, only simple forms of algae were thought to exist.

Klerksdorp Spheres
Klerksdorp Spheres found in 2.8 billion year old strata.