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- Flying Serpents and Dragons
- Flying Serpents and Dragons: The Story of Mankind's Reptilian Past
- ISBN 13: 9781885395382
Flying Serpents and Dragons
Could this be proof that these creatures once lived alongside mankind? Aside from learning this fact by reading the Bible and seeing that God created everything in six days Exodus ; Genesis 1 , two well-known ancient historians have documented that flying reptiles and humans were contemporaries. Herodotus, a respected Greek historian who lived in approximately B. Herodotus recognized that such creatures were not birds, mammals, or insects—but reptiles with wings. Notice also what the Jewish historian Josephus wrote 2, years ago about Moses and the Israelites having a difficult time passing through a particular region because of the presence of flying serpents.
Flying Serpents and Dragons: The Story of Mankind's Reptilian Past
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ISBN 13: 9781885395382
What is the origin of the human race? Science tells us we evolved from lower primates, but that has never been an entirely satisfying explanation. A number of authors have speculated that we were created to be a "slave race" for aliens. Charles Fort, known for his collections of tales about showers of frogs and other objects falling from the sky, believed we are "owned" by an alien race from another planet. But how about this for an answer: A race of reptilian aliens created Adam and Eve to work in their vegetable garden.
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Article number: Author biographies Plain-language and multi-lingual abstracts PDF version. Here we investigate claims that pterosaurs survived into the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In , , and the European naturalists Pierre Belon, Ulisse Aldrovandi, and Giovanni Faber, respectively, published illustrations of winged, bipedal specimens that had been stuffed and mounted. Some recent young-Earth creationist authors claim that these specimens were recently-killed pterosaurs.