An Evolutionist View of the Creation of Mankind

The Evolutionist View

In Archaeology Magazine (06/07/2013) Nikhil Swaminathan wrote: “For 20 years, scientists have been attempting to connect modern Europeans’ genetic lineage to either Paleolithic hunter gatherers who arrived before the last Ice Age, 22,000 years ago, or to the continent’s first farmers, who appeared 7,500 years ago, in the early Neolithic. Australian scientists now say that today’s Europeans may be related to an even later wave of settlers. Scientists retrieved mitochondrial DNA, which passes from mother to child, from the remains of 39 people recovered from archaeological digs in central Europe, covering a 3,500 year span throughout the Neolithic. They identified a particular complex of genes shared by 40 percent of the modern population. These genes display a level of diversity that did not exist among the early hunter gatherers and was not prominent among the first farmers. It is in later periods of the Neolithic, from about 6,000 to 4,000 years ago, that today’s variants start to pop up regularly.”

According to Wolfgang Haak, a molecular archaeologist at the University of Adelaide, this tells us that early Neolithic farmers failed to cement their genetic legacy in central Europe, but that new settlers, possibly bringing related industries such as wool and dairy production, did.

Isn’t it a coincidence that the Biblical age of Adam (mankind) is dated around 4000 BC or 6,000 years BP (before the present). Evolutionists imagine that the disappearance of the Neolithic peoples was because they “failed to cement their genetic legacy in central Europe” and the sudden “arrival” of a new people with a variety of new skills and a noticeably different “level of diversity” in their mitochondrial DNA just shows up. Cyclic Catastrophism suggests that (1) two close passes of proto-Venus about 4000 BC scorched the Middle East and overturned the Earth specifically to destroy the subhuman Neolithic gene pool, not that they “failed to cement their genetic legacy” and that (2) only a few centuries later, approximately 3700 BC (Bronze Age I), when the firmament was first captured in a geostationary orbit, God created mankind, who populated the Earth during the next 300 years, the BA I, resulting in the sudden appearance of the great civilizations of the Indus Valley, Sumeria, Maya and Egypt in BA II.  The Bible begins with a description of the state of the Earth immediately after the two proto-Venus destructions: Genesis 1:2 And the earth became void (tohu) and without form (bohu).  

Mitochondrial DNA is used to generate energy within each cell in the body, but has nothing to do with the nuclear DNA which defines a species. Because mtDNA is a simpler molecule (16,000 base pairs and 37 genes) than nuclear DNA (3 billion base pairs and 70,000 genes) and has a higher mutation rate, it is used to study what is imagined to be some sort of ‘history’ or migrations of Homo Sapiens, in the case at hand Europeans. Just as evolutionist astronomers assume the solar system has not changed in the last 4.6 billion years, these evolutionist archaeologists assume that Homo Sapiens has been slowly ‘evolving’ for hundreds of thousands of years and that the assumed mtDNA mutation rate can be used to study this process. They have no idea that a new species was established by the Elohiym (the Kingdom of God) who modified the nuclear DNA of the few surviving male/female pairs in different parts of the world, to ensure diversity, about 3687 BC. This is implied in Genesis 2:7 And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.  In which case it is no surprise that the composition of the mtDNA since that date is different from the earlier species.

The modern world of great institutions, global travel, books, the internet, architecture, language, engineering, music, art and space travel would not exist today if God did not intervene in 4000 BC by creating Homo Sapiens Sapiens and revitalizing the earth during the following 3000 years,  Without this, the world would still be back in the Stone Age.  But in the post modern world, mankind has taken the small amount of knowledge allowed him by the Lord and arrogantly used it to inflate his self importance, declaring God no longer exists.  They fail to comprehend that many great scientists of the world who believed in God received the groundwork (Grundlagen) of our current understanding of nature through His Grace.  In contrast, the ‘knowledge’ currently expounded by the evolutionists, whether astronomers or molecular archaeologists is in error.

Cyclic Catastrohism

Proto-Venus was called Lucifer, and described as “a sinning angel”. The planets, Venus, Mars (Gabriel) and its former solid core Mercury (Michael), which were close to the Earth during the period of cyclic catastrophism, were also sometimes referred to as ‘sinning angels’ because they left their orbits. Peter 2: 2-4 For if God spared not the angels that sinned, but cast them down to hell, and into chains of darkness, to be reserved unto judgment … extends this metaphor, but the Greek word translated “hell” (tartarus) actually means a ‘place of restraint’. In other words, the planets (the Host of Heaven) that the Lord used to rejunevate the Earth between 3717 and 687 BC were then placed in their current stable orbits because the Lord was finished with them. At that date, the Lord shows his control of the entire process through his prophet Isaiah 65:17 For, behold, I create new heavens and a new earth: and the former shall not be remembered, nor come into mind. … . The caveat explains why these things have not been known up to now. 

John 15:18  If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you.

~ by Angiras on March 26, 2014.

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