July 16, 2008 | David F. Coppedge

The Cro-Magnon Were Europeans

There’s no genetic difference between Cro-Magnon Man and modern Europeans, a genetic study reported by Science Daily.  Researchers took extra care to avoid contamination of bones found in southern Italy, they said.  They claimed Cro-Magnon people were able to maintain genealogical continuity for 28,000 years, remaining distinct from Neanderthals, whom they said lived in Europe for 300,000 years.

Forget everything you were taught about early man in Europe, because the evolutionists keep changing their story and what they say now is absurd.  Is it really plausible that two groups of Homo sapiens lived side by side for nearly 30,000 years and never intermarried?  Has that ever happened in modern times?  Where is all the genetic evolution that should have occurred between the time this Italian Cro-Magnon individual lived and today?  He’s virtually identical to modern Europeans.  Why even classify him as “other” than us?
    And why think that he lived so long ago?  28,000 years is three to four times the length of all recorded human history.  These people were our equals physically and probably mentally.  Maybe they were even superior.  Who could possibly believe that Cro-Magnon, or even Neanderthals for that matter (with bigger average cranial capacity than us), would not have reached the moon in 28,000 years, to say nothing of 300,000?  Evolutionists want us to believe they were smart enough to hunt mammoths and produce cave paintings that attract the awe of modern artists, but never learned how to ride a horse in all that time.  That is absurd.  Wouldn’t you expect that they would have built cities in a fraction of the evolutionary time scale, and invented writing?  They have no answer for what “switched on” in the human brain to create instant civilization about 6,000 to 8,000 years ago.
    The ages they give are not scientific.  They are part of a vast evolutionary myth that is propagated by a powerful class of shamans who run our schools and scientific institutions.  There is nothing in the data that is inconsistent with the Biblical view that these were people after the Flood (which itself is remembered in hundreds of tribal legends around the world), scattered after Babel into distinct family clans.  Those remaining in the Fertile Crescent built the first cities and started writing in clay tablets about their banking transactions and laws.  Others with different spoken languages migrated east and west, north and south.
    The harsh conditions in Europe during the Ice Age delayed the development of writing and civilization.  (Think of how few records modern tribes near the Arctic leave today.)   Neanderthals were particularly hardy individuals who got to Europe first.  Cro-Magnon people (just as much offspring of Noah as their brethren but genetically distinct) arrived later after conditions were becoming more hospitable.  If this started a big war, with the Cro-Magnon ending up victorious over the Neanderthals, would there be any fossil remains?  Not likely; nor would there necessarily be any written records, any more than detailed accounts of wars between Germanic tribes in later Roman times or Anasazi in North America much later, who vanished without a trace (unless the Hopi are living descendants).
    No long periods spanning tens or hundreds of thousands of years is required in this scenario.  It matches what we know about people, and it matches the Table of Nations in Genesis 10.  Think how much migration could happen among intelligent people in just decades or centuries.  We know how curious people are.  Within a few millennia, Germanic tribes were exploring the New World.  South Pacific Islanders were hopping from island to island.  Columbus, a latecomer, was sailing west for the Indies.
    We are familiar with human wanderlust.  It is inconceivable that Neanderthals and Cro-Magnons would have sat still for 28,000 years or 300,000 years and not populated the globe.  There’s only one logical conclusion.  The evolutionary story, with its vast periods of time, portraying brutish people living like cave potatoes, is a myth.  If they can be so flagrantly wrong about dates and activities close to us in time, do the math and tell us if you trust them when they weave tales about what happened millions and billions of years ago.  The reckless drafts on the bank of time must stop.

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