Greek Roman Legends Myths Dragons Dinosaurs India Middle East Historians Homer Aelian Philostratus Life Apollonius Tyana Pliny Sea Gods Monsters Indian Old Accounts Alexander Great Travels Indus River Valley Region Lore Stories Dinosaurs Historical Records

Wouldn’t you agree that “dinosaurs” in human history is a real problem for darwinism, quite the game changer?  The great multitude of accounts of humans coexisting with dragons throughout history have been relegated to the realm of mythology or the morning-after a long night-on-the-town by darwinists who can’t handle “dinosaurs” in human history, but they have to explain away all the historical records, a tall order indeed.

Refer http://www.theoi.com/Thaumasios/DrakonesIndikoi.html, accounts by Pliny, Homer, Aelian, and Philostratus, all describing “dinosaurs” in India, often in great detail, and note that Alexander the Great was very anxious to see the dragons known to the people of India, he certainly acknowlegding the reality that dragons coexisted with humans.  The Bible refers to Bel the Dragon in Babylon circa 500 b.c., and Behemoth in the Jordan river from the book of Job circa 2000 b.c., all made up too?

Hundreds of stories of dragons (dinosaurs) and humans in history plague the darwinists, yet they stubbornly stand insisting it’s all mythology, now is that intellectual honesty?  And if those accounts are bogus, then why believe the rest of the history recorded by those ancient writers?  See http://genesispark.com, to see that all this fits into the biblical model, remembering that soft cell tissues of dinosaurs has  been discovered in buried bones said to be at least 65 million years old, so who’s purveying the mythology?  Help us http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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