Tuesday, February 2, 2016

NO. 5 (Read in this order) Mysteries of History Revealed Part 1 Chapter 1 Pages 11-22.

Part 1 Chapter 1 Pages 11-22.


Secular scientists ruled out their previous belief that the KT Boundary was caused by a worldwide volcanic upheaval, but rather an asteroid impact. They are wrong. The fact is it was not the asteroid impact that caused the extinction of the animals. It was only the trigger according to observations of the fossil and geologic record. And the Bible says it involved a Flood.

This is in Trinidad Lake State Park in Colorado one of the best exposures of the K/T Flood Boundary. The site may be visited by taking a short hike down into Long Canyon.

The Cretaceous boundary was when 75% of all living species, including dinosaurs became extinct, excluding mammals. Most scientists today believe that a giant asteroid crashed into earth in the Gulf of Mexico, creating a nuclear-winter type of event that killed most animals and plants living at that time.  This belief is based on the presence of iridium, shocked quartz and microtektites found in the sedimentary layer dated  by creation scientists to approximately 2348 BC, and found in about 100 localities around the world.  This layer is termed the K-T layer (Cretaceous-Tertiary layer).

There was a lot of speculation on why some animals survived and others did not for many decades since Darwin. Till now most evolutionary paleontologists had given up trying to identify the cause of extinctions. They had dozens of theories, including ridiculous ones like dinosaurs died of diarrhea, or swallowing gastroliths, or eating newly evolved poison plants, or flowers giving off pollen, thin egg shells, evolving new mammals, etc. When man wants to believe something desperately enough he will make up the most ridiculous ad hock speculations. Man examines and attacks symptoms, rather than the cause that is in plane sight. This happens in the medical field, in politics, and science.

Here are quotes from:

1. Schulte, P.; Alegret L.; Arenillas, I; Arz, J.A.; Barton, P.J.; Bown; P.R.; Bralower; T.J.; Christeson, G.L. el al. (5 March 2010). "The Chicxulub Asteroid Impact and Mass Extinction at the Cretaceous-Paleogene Boundary". Science 327 (5970): 1214-1218. Bibcode 2010Sci...327.1214S. doi:10.1126/science. 1177265. PMID 20203042.

2.  Keller, G. (2012). The Cretaceous --Tertiary Mass Extinction, Chicxulub Impact, and Deccan Volcanism. Earth and Life, Springer: 759--793.
“The fact that the extinctions occurred at the same time as the impact provides strong evidence that the K-Pg extinction was caused by the asteroid.[1] However, some scientists continue to argue that other factors, such as volcanic eruptions,[2] climate change, and/or sea level change, caused or at least contributed to the extinction.”
These scientists are right, it was not the impact that killed the dinosaurs, or the darkened skies, but the massive worldwide volcanic eruptions with choking fine silicon dust and gases, followed by the release of subterranean waters flooding the earth causing the oceans to raise that killed the dinosaurs. Of course this was followed by sudden permanent changes in the weather and loss of plants and animals in the food chain.
Geologists/paleontologists have argued weather the Iridium came from an asteroid or from volcanic eruptions. I have said all along, it came from both sources! What would cause worldwide massive eruptions? The only cause we know of is asteroid impacts. Of course there are ad hock theories that the center of the earth heated up through atomic chain reaction, but there is no evidence to support this, and what would trigger it?


Most evolutionists, both atheistic and theistic (Atheist and Agnostic) researchers, ignore the obvious. Most fossils are found in volcanic ash, replaced or preserved by volcanic silicon by hot ground water. I first learned this when I was at the Calico Early Man site when we visited the dry Pleistocene lake Manix bed where grey volcanic ash from basaltic eruptions had buried Pleistocene mammals and human stone artifacts. This site is identical to the site in Africa at Olduvai Gorge, Africa where British Louis Seymour Bazett Leakey, his son Richard, and American Donald Carl Johanson paleoanthropologists found their assumed humanoid ape fossils. However, this is only similar to the Flood deposits, because Calico is a Post-Flood deposit.

Picture of Dinosaur Ridge Trail Colorado. I saw the dinosaur tracks here. JEFFERSON COUNTY —At the Morrison exit of Interstate 70, signs direct travelers to a point of geological interest. But anyone who follows the signs finds destruction and neglect. Here are dinosaur tracks in a layer, and some bones have been found above the tracks in typical Jurassic Morrison Formation rainbow colored volcanic ash. The strata was deposited flat, then when the Rockies were pushed up after the Flood it tilted.

Here are some ripples in this dinosaur track layer.

Some creationists are confused about Pleistocene mammal fossils. They think Pleistocene mammals are part of the evidence from Noah’s Flood. They were NOT. Pleistocene mammal fossils were buried AFTER the FLOOD, during the Tower of Babel incident in Genesis (in Peleg’s day), when God scattered people throughout the earth by changing their language, and then separating the continents, so that they would not get together to create the same world government that brought about the need to destroy the earth before the Flood. The continents were cracked and continued to move, and the oceans rose after the Flood covering the dry land on the continental shelves. These Pleistocene fossil deposits include the mammoth fossils frozen in Siberia, Alaska, and found in the asphalt seeps in Los Angeles, and in caves, bogs, volcanic ash, and mudstone. It is worldwide, but the fossilization and surrounding mudstone are different from the Flood deposits, and they contain only modern animals with humans and are not in solid rock. I absolutely proved this in my technical paper published as:

Auldaney, Jeremy. 1994. Catastrophic fluvial deposition at the asphalt seeps of Rancho La Brea, California. In Walsh, R. E. (editor), Proceedings of the
Third International Conference on Creationism, technical symposium sessions. pp. 25–35. Creation Science Fellowship of Pittsburgh. 
These same animals are not only found in the asphalt at the pits, they are found all over Los Angeles and Orange Counties, the Mojave Desert, and in many other places worldwide.

Even the volcanic ash is different. The Flood deposits containing dinosaurs are commonly made of rhyolite rainbow colored ash; while the Post-Flood deposits contain no dinosaurs and are rarely in volcanic ash and when they are it is grey/tan basalt. The rhyolite contains more water and silicon from the water chambers inside the earth producing water fountains of the deep; the Post-Flood ash has more iron and comes from deep in the earth as the cracks went deeper into the earth. And the Post-Flood deposits are often air fall ash on dry land. One exception is the Oligocene beds in South Dakota which are pink rhyolite.

This is from my popular video a virtual tour of the asphalt seeps in Los Angeles in Hancock Park and the Page Museum.


Most establishment paleontologists and geologists (atheists) have ignored the fossil and geologic evidence, claiming they don’t know what caused the mass extinctions. This is because the evidence overwhelmingly pointed to worldwide cataclysms involving tidal waves, volcanic eruptions, and huge amounts of water which contradicts uniformitarian theory, which is the foundation of evolution theory which they claim is the only unchangeable fact of the science of historical geology. On the other hand it supports the Genesis account.

Almost all terrestrial fossils in the Mesozoic and some Cenozoic are found in water deposited volcanic ash, or sediment mixed with volcanic ash made of pulverized granite called bentonite or montmorillonite when volcanic dust is mixed with water. They are in mud flows turned to rock by volcanic minerals that cover thousands of square miles in different areas worldwide. Even in the fossiliferous Miocene deposits in Southern California you often find lots of iron, and sulfur colored sediment caused by volcanic minerals, which from the evidence; I have come to believe are Post-Flood.

Sauropod dinosaur track in strata which was filled by greenish volcanic mixed sediment into the track, in Dinosaur Ridge Colorado.


Now the marine saltwater ocean deposits in the Mesozoic and Cenozoic strata show volcanism was involved, but it is less apparent. An interesting fact is all these marine deposits are all found on continental dry land. In fact they are found everywhere, even in the middle of continents. These may have been formed by continent crossing tsunamis during the Flood. In California I have seen the Post-Flood Miocene marine deposits which go from Alaska to Mexico along the coast. At Carpentaria I saw thousands of marine shells, coral, barnacles, a few whale bone, shark teeth, and ray teeth buried in mud stone and compact loose sand with polished rock. Also, black charcoal wood is common, and a few terrestrial leaves in shale (Fan Palm, Eucalyptus, Maple, etc.) are common and fairly rare bird feathers.

I found a large barnacle, and underneath it was a leaf, with a few shells. I showed it to one of the members of the paleontological society on the field trip, and he said, “Oh yeah!” and he named the shellfish. He was not interested in the leaf.

I noticed the significance of the shells, and especially the leaf on the bottom of a large barnacle. Barnacles are always attached to something solid. There is no way that a leaf and shells, and charcoal wood could have gotten there unless this was a tsunami deposit. All these deposits show they are not in situ, but are tidal impacts. That is not all; I found this barnacle with a few others along with lots of shells and a large articulated clam. When clams are found with their valves closed, it indicates they were buried alive!

Most marine fossils are jumbled and not insitu like these Ordovician strata coral, gastropods (snails), brachiopods (shellfish), and crinoides.

Among these marine deposits at Carpentaria, in a small area, there is an asphalt seep which contained some small Pleistocene mammal bones and a baby sabertoothed cat, identical to the asphalt pits in L.A., and McKittrick. McKittrick is near Bakersfield and its oil wells. In a nearby area to McKittrick there are also lots of Miocene marine shells and shark teeth and marine mammal bones in sand. In fact I discovered a dry Pleistocene lake bed right next to the McKittrich asphalt seeps where there were articulated fossil clams.

It is an interesting fact that all fossil sites throughout the geologic column, marine and terrestrial, and throughout the world, that there are always articulated clams present with their valves together. Normally when they die their valves come apart.

Here is a typical clam buried alive as indicated by its valves being together in articulation.

At other Miocene shale, mudstone, and diatomite sites all over Orange
County and part of Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Santa Barbara, part of Riverside in Corona, in the Mojave Desert at dry Pleistocene Lake Manix, and Ventura; you find thick layers of fossil shells, charcoal wood, fossil terrestrial leaves, seaweed, bird fathers, shark teeth, quadrillions of fish scales, billions of complete marine fish skeletons, whale bones, whale skeletons, petrified wood; and in a thin layer on top, the bones and skeletons of almost all Pleistocene land mammals.

Among these Pleistocene and Miocene deposits you find charcoalized terrestrial wood and leaves of many kinds of tropical tree leaves, which evolutionists claim indicate it is a shallow near shore deposit. However, you also find in Los Angeles and Orange County up into Corona in Riverside, Delecto Pectin which is a deep water marine shellfish. And you also find deep water marine lamp fish at all these sites. And you find millions of Herring fish skeletons, sometimes complete with a covering of scales, however most are just skeletons. And you find some skeletons with the scales blown away in all directions.

All these Miocene, Pliocene, Pleistocene deposits are all Post-Flood. In Wyoming Post-Flood Eocene Herring are found in shale in the same area above the Flood deposited Jurassic dinosaur beds.

When I was passing through the Black Hills of South Dakota, I stopped in a town, and pulled into a small miniature golf park, where they were using a small tractor to move dirt and rock. This was a perfect place to find fossils being uncovered. As usual I looked around at the broken up rock for fossils and found a three dimensional petrified fish with scales, like those found in Cretaceous Santana Formation in Brazil. It is interesting that some fossil fish are found swallowing a smaller fish. These Mesozoic sites are Flood deposits.

Here is a similar three dimensional fish form the Cretaceous Santana Formation in Brazil. They are found in nodules like many other fossils including a Pterodactyl in the stomach of an Ichthyosaur here. 

The deposition of the Mesozoic Cretaceous strata in this area was in a great seaway, where the ocean formed a river crossing the continent, covering most of South Dakota and other states with moving marine water. This seaway buried abundant invertebrates, marine reptiles, and aquatic birds, dinosaurs, small mammals and birds in inland areas. Evolutionists claim that these were areas where animals lived for millions of years on the shores of these inland seas, but the evidence indicates otherwise. Then they contradict themselves and call them ocean incursions. There were massive volcanic eruptions and ash and rock falls found with the bones, which rapidly buried all these animals alive, and preserved them by petrifaction. Penetration by volcanic minerals in ground water.

Here are some facts from Dr. John Whitmore who earned his doctorate in biology with a paleontology emphasis from Loma Linda University. He is now associate professor of geology at Cedarville University. He has written numerous articles and co-authored The Great Alaskan Dinosaur Adventure. Here are quotes from: his article in September 6, 2006 Answers Magazine:
His references include:
Vallentyne, J.R., On fish remains in lacustrine sediments, American Journal of Science 258-A: 344–349, 1960.
Britton, D.R., The Occurrence of Fish Remains in Modern Lake Systems: A Test of the Stratified-Lake Model, Master’s Thesis, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California, 1988
“Even on tranquil lake bottoms, as fish decay, their remains are scattered. In many cases the decay process is complete, leaving no trace of bones. All types of fish remains are exceedingly rare in modern lake settings, and searches for bones and scales in lake mud have often turned up empty. We can conclude that rocks containing fish remains (fossils) are usually made under different conditions from what we normally see operating today. So, why are there so many beautiful fossil fish specimens from the Eocene Green River Formation (GRF)?”

 “An interesting feature about many of the fish in the GRF is that they show various stages of decay, which have been duplicated in laboratory experiments. Some of the fish appear to have exploded,
scattering their remains on the lake bottom before they were buried.
Fossil fish have been found with exploded bellies and heads.

“In order for a fish to explode while it is on the bottom, gas must build up within its body cavity, but it must somehow be prevented from floating to the surface. To keep the fish from floating, the fish can adhere to lake bottoms by growths of bacteria, algae, diatoms, and other microorganisms. These growths are often referred to as microbial mats7 and can cover a fish within hours after the fish settles on the bottom.

“It is fairly easy to understand why some of the fish fossils have exploded bellies, but why exploded heads? The most common fish in the GRF are the Diplomystus and Knightia. Both are very similar to today’s herring.” (Author’s Note: Establishment scientists never admit some fossils are identical to those living today.)

“Experiments and observations of dead fish in modern settings show that they decay within days or weeks after death. Perfectly preserved fossil fish that do not show any signs of decay must have been buried rapidly. Modern lakes normally do not contain fish remains because mud is not accumulating quickly enough within them to preserve the remains. Some fish in the fossil record do show signs of decay, but even those fish must have been buried soon after the decay began. In other words, rapid burial must have occurred in order to preserve their exploded remains in the fossil record.”

Here is an typical exploded fish fossil form this formation like many I collected in diatomite in Anaheim Hills California. their scales  and skeletons were scattered all over Los Angeles and Orange County in shale and diatomite.

Answers in Genesis found these which are identical to dozens I found in Orange County in Anaheim Hills. 

An identical deposit of billions of fish is found in solid diatomite in Anaheim Hills, Orange County, California; diatoms are microscopic plants. How could a layer many feet thick get deposited without any contaminates of soil or sand or rocks? And how could that many living microscopic organisms have been deposited in certain areas? They had to be brought from elsewhere and collected into mass deposit. The fish fossils, birds, terrestrial leaves, whales, deep water delecto pectin, and lamp fish show it was a tsunami deposit! We must remember that these Miocene deposits are Post-Flood.

I also observed all the piles of modern fish bones along the Salton Sea that died from
the chemicals concentrated in the lake. They were all disarticulated unlike the fossil fish.


In Texas coral deposits are Flood deposits. Corral normally grows in a V shape, with the most coral at the top where the sun reaches it. These fossil sites, so called ‘coral reefs’ in Texas around Carlsbad Caverns, are upside-down in a pyramidal shape. Also, they are broken and jumbled. This proves the beliefs of secular scientists that these are insitu coral reefs in an inland sea are false. Also, they go from Canada to Mexico, like many other fossil strata, like tidal impacts depositing a crescent of trilobites, then coral, then swamp dwelling crocodilians, then land dwelling dinosaurs, etc. are deposited in consecutive arcs across the North American continent.


I was looking at a living Meta sequoia redwood tree (Metasequoia glyptostroboide) the other day because it looked like the cold weather had killed it. This is the same tree that was all over the world and is found with dinosaurs. Then it became extinct everywhere except China. I looked at the remains of its disarticulated leaves and said; well that is how fossils formed. Then I took a double take, no. All these common fossils are all perfect like those on a living tree, these were falling apart! I found some of these in Jurassic shale in Utah in a road cut across from the coal mines.

Here is Metasequoia glyptostroboide.

 This last picture is a fossil. dead leaves fall apart they do not satay together like this. This was buried alive.


Armored dinosaurs are top heavy like armadillos and are often found upside down. Their skeletons are usually partially disarticulated or separate bones that show grinding wear from being moved in mud flows. Some sites show water movement by being sorted by size and lay horizontally with the largest end facing the direction of the flow. Paleontologist Jack Horner in his book Digging Up Dinosaurs says the dinosaur bones near his duckbilled hadrosaur dinosaur egg sites have bones of thousands of Maiasaur individuals that are sorted by water deposition by size and were oriented to the direction of the flowing water. Obviously more than a nesting site.


The Prehistoric Museum in Utah has exhibits that say the dinosaurs at the Late Jurassic Cleveland Lloyd quarry central Utah were trapped in huge volcanic mud flows like Mt Saint Helen. I have seen the site and can tell you; this same volcanic mud found here at this quarry is found all the way from Canada to Mexico and in other places all over the world in the same mud flows also found in the Permian, Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous where ever petrified bones and wood are found. At this quarry they claim that the dinosaurs got stuck in volcanic mud.

A book on travel in Arizona, tells us that scientists believe the Petrified Forest in Arizona was formed by volcanic eruptions and mud flows similar to Mt Saint Helens. This is similar to the Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry in Utah, and specimen ridge Yellowstone.
 Cleveland Quarry Pictures. The dinosaur is Al the Allosaurus.

Wikipedia gives details of the Petrified Forest in Arizona:,
“The Petrified Forest is known for its fossils, especially fallen trees that lived in the Late Triassic, about 225 million years ago. The sediments containing the fossil logs are part of the widespread and colorful Chinle Formation, from which the Painted Desert gets its name. Beginning about 60 million years ago, the Colorado Plateau, of which the park is part, was pushed upward by tectonic forces and exposed to increased erosion. All of the park's rock layers above the Chinle, except geologically recent ones found in parts of the park, have been removed by wind and water. In addition to petrified logs, fossils found in the park have included Late Triassic ferns, cycads, ginkgoes, and many other plants as well as fauna including giant (crocodilian) reptiles called phytosaurs, large amphibians (salamanders), and early dinosaurs.”
Geology and the Painted Desert". National Park Service brochure 2006 explains,
“During the Late Triassic, downed trees accumulating in river channels in what became the park were buried periodically by sediment containing volcanic ash. Groundwater dissolved silica (silicon dioxide) from the ash and carried it into the logs, where it formed quartz crystals that gradually replaced the organic matter (Author’s Note: This has been proven false, the organic material is preserved sealed inside the silicon and can be Carbon 14 dated). Traces of iron oxide and other substances combined with the silica to create varied colors in the petrified wood.”
“The colorful Chinle, which appears on the surface in many parts of the southwestern United States and from which the Painted Desert gets its name, is up to 800 feet (240 m) thick in the park.  It consists of a variety of sedimentary rocks including beds of soft, fine-grained mudstone, siltstone, and claystonemuch of which is bentonite—as well as harder sandstone and conglomerate, and limestone.

Wikipedia defines bentonite;
Bentonite usually forms from weathering of volcanic ash, most often in the presence of water.”
The trees in the Arizona Petrified Forest are in volcanic ash and are petrified by volcanic ash covering 965 square miles. This same layer of volcanic ash goes all the way from Arizona’s Petrified Forest to Tuba City, where it lies on top of the Jurassic Dilophosaur dinosaur tracks. Triassic on top of the younger Jurassic. This strata is not an over thrust, nor is it upside-down, because trackways are found in its level layers right side up.
This same ash at the Petrified Forest near Holbrook is found at almost all dinosaur sites all over the continent and the world! Showing this eruption of volcanic ash was going on worldwide in all the geologic strata in the Mesozoic, Flood deposits, including some Cenozoic Post-Flood strata with a few differences! However the Cenozoic volcanic ash is mostly basaltic and was deposited on dry land as falling ash, while the Mesozoic was deposited under flowing water.
The dinosaur tracks found in this same Jurassic strata in Arizona are in a flat layer or layers starching from New Jersey to California. And on other continents.
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