It is buried alive by the scientific establishment.As Cuozzo says, this is natural selection in the most literal sense! This figure, about 7 feet long from wing-tip to wing-tip, is actually painted with a dark-red pigment.To the right is a picture of a dinosaur fighting a mammoth from the book Buried Alive by Dr. It was taken by the author in the Bernifal Cave, one of the caverns in France that is renowned for Neanderthal artifacts. Science News was given the opportunity to publish the remarkable photo, but declined.It seems that evidence against the prevailing paradigm of naturalistic origin was selected against.Predictably, evolutionists either ignore or insist these are forgeries and frauds of creationists. If men never saw living dinosaurs there would be no pictographs of men hunting dinosaurs anywhere in the world, right?This webpage will prove beyond doubt that there are many such pictographs and pottery found all around the world.Lets start with this short You Tube video showing pictographs of Amazon rainforest tribesmen hunting dinosaurs: Folks, don't be fooled by people who are hell-bent on keeping you living in ignorance, believing in the man-made myth of evolution.If these men didn't see this dinosaur, how and why did they draw these pictures on the rocks?
Eventually, the farmer and his assistants brought him over 32,000 figures which included representations of everything from the supposed dinosaurs to peoples from all over the world including Egyptians, Sumerians, and "bearded Caucasians".The Acámbaro figures are about 33,000 small ceramic figurines allegedly found by Waldemar Julsrud in July 1944, in the Mexican city of Acámbaro, Guanajuato.The figurines are said by some to resemble dinosaurs and are sometimes cited as anachronisms.Julsrud crammed this collection into twelve rooms of his expanded house.Amongst the collection were startling representations of Africans, Orientals, and bearded Caucasians.