Secrets of ancient cave drawings: dinosaurs and humans – coexistence in prehistoric times

Dinosaurs, those amazing and powerful creatures that ruled our planet millions of years ago, have always been an object of fascination and study for scientists and dinosaur lovers. But what if we told you that dinosaurs did not become extinct long before the emergence of man of reason, but coexisted with him in the same time period? Such speculation is prompted by cave paintings found in caves around the world that depict humans next to huge animals very similar to dinosaurs.

From Australia to Peru, from the Amazon to the El Toro Mountains, these drawings on cave walls are striking in their clarity and detail. For example, a drawing found in the tropical Amazon basin shows a dinosaur surrounded by humans. In the El Toro Mountains, drawings of dinosaurs have been found standing with their necks extended to eat the leaves on the upper branches of trees. These facts seem to be conclusive evidence of dinosaurs and humans coexisting at the same time.

But that’s not all. Ancient bas-reliefs found in different parts of the world also depict dinosaurs. For example, you can see images of dinosaurs on the walls of temples in China. Bas-reliefs with dinosaurs in China’s Hongshan province are estimated by scientists to be at least 4,000 years old. How could people depict dinosaurs on the walls of temples, if they were extinct long before the emergence of man? This is a mystery that has not yet been solved.

For dinosaurs to become such a prevalent part of art in many different cultures, the people who saw dinosaurs must have been alive at the time these bas-reliefs were created to tell their descendants about the existence of these amazing creatures.

But that’s not all. Already in the 5th century BC, the ancient historian Herodotus wrote about “winged serpents flying across the sky”, which are very similar to pterodactyls. He described them as follows: “There is a place in Arabia very near the city of Buto, where I went, having heard of some winged serpents; and when I arrived there, I saw the bones and spines of serpents, in such numbers as could not be described. The form of the serpent is like that of a snake; but it has wings without feathers, and they resemble the wings of a bat.” This description is very similar to the pterodactyl, one of the most famous dinosaurs.

It’s a strange thing. According to modern ideas about the history of mankind and our planet in general, everything developed gradually over millions of years, dinosaurs ruled the world when there were no humans on it yet, and became extinct by the time of the appearance of man. However, all these artifacts indicate that dinosaurs coexisted with humans.

Could it be that the official story is wrong? Could it be that our planet and humanity have a much more mysterious past than we realize? This is a question that requires further research and study. Who knows what else our history may be hiding?

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