henrymakow.com — June 25, 2017
Friday “a Canadian graduate student” posted a 2500-word article on Reddit claiming academics and government were suppressing evidence found in British Columbia that Europeans predated Asians in the settlement of North America. “Cro-Magnon remains have never officially been found in North America. If Cro-Magnon remains were discovered in North America, they’re mostly associated with the European Paleolithic, and so that would be very politically incorrect.”
His account didn’t pass the smell test. The author refers to Canada’s “federal administration,” something Canadians never do. He fears for his family’s safety when from what he revealed, it would be easy to identify him. He slips up when he refers to carbon dating. And it’s very unlikely that this evidence would first come to light in a very remote part of British Columbia.
The interesting thing here is that someone is trying to discredit conspiracy theorists by posting fake news on Reddit. The hoaxer deleted his account when he met with skepticism. Below is my abridgement of his entry. Hard to believe anyone would go to all this trouble if they were not being paid by someone.
I am a graduate student studying archaeology at the University of Calgary. I have done a lot of work along with other students working in the field, getting my hands dirty, that sort of thing. I really do enjoy archaeology, it’s my greatest passion in life, and even after this is all over, I still want to continue my education in that field.
However, because I have such a respect for science and for ethics, I can not, and I will not tolerate the flagrant suppression of real science that I’ve experienced, and that I believe has occurred on a much larger scale.
Let’s start at the beginning of where it all happened. In Entiako Provincial Park, over a year ago, a small group of archaeologists going over the area with Ground penetrating radar (GPR). They detected the walls of a longhouse and tumili (a kind of burial mound) approximately 1.8 meters underground. Multiple hollow chambers with contents that were yet unknown at the time were also detected.
Naturally, the University of Calgary’s Department of Anthropology and Archaeology got involved, including me, with the permission of the gracious provincial government, of course. I don’t think they thought we were going to find what we did…
Anyway, as of now, we have excavated about 2.5 meters down, we’re into the very late Pleistocene era, but the middle strata is definitely from the Neolithic time period. What we’ve found so far includes hand tools as well as a number of the distinctive flat, thin, leaf-shaped Solutrean-style spearpoints, arrowheads, and blades in the level one strata.
Of course, we got them carbon dated by the UC’s very own Department of Chemistry. The strata that has been excavated so far has been dated to approximately 9,800 radiocarbon years of age, roughly 11,000 calendar years.
This, on its own would be a very significant find. Something that would demand exposure, and I hoped that it would gain some exposure as I was very proud by this find, and so were other students who worked at the site. However, the department around this time began to engage in sketchy behavior that went against common protocol in these situations that made me suspicious. It was like they were trying to draw attention from the Entiako site. That is not the most dramatic thing that we found. This is where things get really interesting.
The skulls of the site’s former occupants were also excavated down at Level 1, about the very end of the Paleolithic era. The frontal plumb of these skulls was straight, with small brow ridges, tall foreheads, and prominent chins. Both computerized and clay facial reconstruction of the skulls showed men and women with long faces, deepset eyes, aquiline noses, thin lips, and straight hair. What residual DNA testing we were able to get revealed that their hair was likely either blonde or red in color. Additional testing on residual mitochondrial DNA revealed that their mitochondrial group was Haplogroup N.
In other words, these were Cro-Magnon remains, the only remains ever discovered in North America, or the only ones that I know about, since I suspect that this is not the only coverup. They are ancient Caucasians, and of course that is very very politically incorrect with the narrative that I have come to believe that the Canadian government and others have been pushing in the West for such a long time.
I’m going to assume you’re familiar with the Solutrean hypothesis, a very controversial archaeological theory, for the sake of time I won’t go too much into it. This site had supplementary evidence that this hypothesis may in fact be true, which is a very politically incorrect fact indeed. It is for that reason that I think the DA&A and the Canadian government had motive to suppress the nature of what we found on this site.
Anyway, speaking of the site, what I personally think is that we’ve mostly uncovered is basically a village area. We’ve found postholes and petrified wood slivers from a stockade of almost three acres that surrounded the site at one time, but the ruins are all centered within that area, so there were probably gardens and small grazing plots for livestock surrounding the structures, if they’d gotten around to domesticating animals in those days, which we’re not sure of. We’ve found skeletal remains of dogs, not wolves, which may have been domesticated by then, and we’ve found the bones of pigs and turkeys and pigeons, but there’s no way to tell if they were domesticated or if they were hunted in the wild.
There’s the longhouse and about eight other smaller buildings we’ve been working on, but some of the other structures were probably barns, workshops, granaries, and other storage facilities. Most of the people themselves probably lived in the longhouse. Of course, the site was inhabited on and off over the course of thousands of years. We figure that the area must have been quite a bit deeper back then, so it was a source of water that kept people coming back to settle in the area. There are multiple artifact bearing strata at the site which supports this.
I digress, anyway, what we’ve uncovered here is game changing, it really is. Not only have we found Cro-Magnon style tumili, but the actual skulls of Cro-Magnon persons is even more of a discovery. However, the ensuing events destroyed my faith in archaeology in Canada and have brought to light many things that I believe have to be changed, that have to be acknowledged.