Explore the Amazon with this fantastic book!
To those influenced by evolutionary theory, one of the most preposterous claims made by Bible-believing creationists is that dinosaurs and humans co-existed. Much evidence, however, favours the recent existence of dinosaurs. Ancient artwork from around the globe shows accurate representations of various kinds of dinosaurs.
Amazon Expedition documents the actual journey, study, and validation of an ancient depiction of what appears to be a sauropod dinosaur surrounded by nine hunters. Come on an exciting adventure to the Amazon rainforest in Peru, and see new evidence that suggests dinosaurs have lived recently.
In this amazing full-color book, researcher Vance Nelson documents his recent journey to the Amazon rainforest in Peru. He demonstrates how the carbon-14 “plasma oxidation” validation of an ancient depiction of what appears to be a sauropod dinosaur surrounded by nine hunters. Tests were performed at a secular university in the USA, and the results indicated that the rock wall depiction was painted about 1300 BC – most likely, after a successful hunt!
Vance Nelson is a researcher, speaker, and writer. He travels the world searching for evidence relating to the history of planet earth. He has been on international radio and television. He lives in Alberta, Canada with his wife and children.
“I am a skeptic at heart. I want to see the evidence with my own eyes, examine it with my own hands, and analyze it with my own mind.
During my travels, I have seen things that I could never have dreamed of only ten years ago. The world is an amazing place with an incredible history. Generally, people only hear a tidbit of that history. This book series is designed to give people a vivid glimpse into parts of Planet Earth of which they may have never even thought.
I personally find exploration and research exhilarating. It helps me to better understand who I am, to better understand what my place is in the world and universe, and to better understand where I am headed on this roller-coaster ride called life.” Vance Nelson