Discovery of Kasteidollo

According to Giuseppe Ragazzoni, geologist Professor of the Institute of Technology in Brescia (Italy), at the end of 1960, he worked in the coral rocks near the village Kasteidollo near the bottom of the hill Kallede Venta. While searching for shells in coral deposits, he found the upper part of the skull, which is almost completely covered with pieces of coral, green and blue glued clay.

Continuing the search, the scientist also found some bones of the chest and extremities, which clearly belonged to members of the human species. Professor handed bone geologists who have decided that because the bones do not belong to a very old individual, this is one of the modern graves. Later, at the same place were found several fragments that were in the same condition.

And in December 1979 — January 1980. Ragazzoni and Carlo Germani found fragments of several skeletons. According to them, all the bones covered clay, small fragments of shells and corals, and, in some places they got inside. This confirms the fact that once they were transferred sea waves. A February 16, 1980 was discovered a skeleton, which is in the mass of blue-green clay, which belonged to an anatomically modern woman. The layer of blue clay than one meter in diameter, and is fully retained its integrity. According Ragazzoni likely, the person was not buried, but fell in the mud by a tragic accident. But the interesting thing is that the age of the blue clay Kasteidollo is about 3-4 million years.

In 1983 he visited Ragazzoni Professor Giuseppe Sergi from the University of Rome, who personally inspected the remains. He was able to determine that they belonged to the four human species: man, woman and two children. After that, he decided to visit Kasteidollo Sergi. According to him, he went there on April 14, followed by Signor Ragazzoni. In the trench, dug in 1980, it was possible to clearly trace the sequence of geological layers. Together with the skeleton of a woman complete in one plane were other bones of coral and shells under the blue clay. This shows that their owners were drowned near the coast.

In his book, "The human race," Armand de Kvadrefate wrote that there is no serious reason to doubt the discovery made Ragazzoni. If the bones are in the Quaternary sediments, few dare to challenge its validity. Can only be against the theory, put forward earlier and were not confirmed by experience. But until now, the scientific community remained a complete rejection finds Ragazzoni.

It is worth noting that even thirty years before Ragazzoni, in 1950, in Italy, about 300 km from Kasteidollo, in the city of Savona, the workers found the skeleton of anatomically modern humans in geological sediments age of 3-4 million years. This was announced by a professor from Geneva, Arthur Iossel, the International Congress of Prehistoric Anthropology and Archaeology, held in 1967 in Paris. According to him, "savonsky people" actually refers to the layer, which has been detected. Later, a report on the subject has also made De Gratias father, who has studied paleontology.

But the data open "safely forgotten." Over the past decade, there was no attempt to examine these artifacts.

Darwin's theory of the evolution of man from apes determines the scientific approach for the past century. All the contradictions carefully sifted, artificially maintaining comprehensive reliability Darwinian theory. But inconvenient facts does not disappear …

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