Human footprints-900,000 yrs. old

These facts mentioned below about the Foxhall people were partially known by today's scientists in the
field of archaeology where the Foxhall people are known as the Heidelberg race. The Urantia book goes
on to say (pg. 719) "During this long period of cultural decadence the Foxhall peoples of England and
the Badonan tribes northwest of India continued to hold on to some of the traditions of Andon and
certain remnants of the culture of Onagar." (People mentioned in the book).
The book further states: "To the east of the Badonan peoples, in the Siwalik of northern India, may be
found fossils that approach nearer to transition types between man and the various prehuman groups
than any others on earth."
"850,000 years ago the superior Badonan trives began a warfare of extermination directed against
their inferior and animalistic neighbors. In less than one thousand years most of the borderland animal
of these regions had been either destroyed or driven back to the southern forests. This campaign for
the extermination of inferiors brought about a slight improvement in the hill tribes of that age. And the
mixed descendants of this improved Badonite stock appeared on the stage of action as an apparently
new people--the Neanderthal race."
THIS INFORMATION WAS INTRODUCED TO US IN 1934, AND THESE ARE SOME OF THE FIRST
FINDINGS CONFIRMING THE URANTIA REVELATION REGARDING EARLY MAN.(Please read below).
Written By Dick Ziglar


Taken from http://www.livescience.com/43190-oldest-human-footprints-europe.html

Europe's Oldest Human Footprints Found

800,000-year-old human footprints …
Footprints pressed into the mud of modern-day England more than 800,000 years ago
might represent the oldest-known human tracks ever found in Europe, archaeologists
say.
A storm exposed the footprints at the archaeologically rich coastal site of Happisburgh
in Norfolk in May 2013. Scientists rushed to examine and document the fragile prints
before they were washed away by waves within just two weeks. Images and 3D
models, along with sediment cores from the site, suggest the impressions, left by a
group of at least 12 people, are among the earliest ever found.
"They're without doubt the oldest human footprints in Europe and some of the oldest
in the world," Simon Parfitt, an archaeologist with the Natural History Museum, said in
a video explaining the finds. [10 Mysteries of the First Humans]

Written by Paul Herrick
From the UB (1955)
2. The Foxhall Peoples
64:2.1 900,000 years ago the arts of Andon and Fonta and the culture of Onagar were vanishing from
the face of the earth; culture, religion, and even flintworking were at their lowest ebb.
64:2.2 These were the times when large numbers of inferior mongrel groups were arriving in England
from southern France. These tribes were so largely mixed with the forest apelike creatures that they
were scarcely human. They had no religion but were crude flintworkers and possessed sufficient
intelligence to kindle fire.

64:2.2 These were the times when large numbers of inferior mongrel groups were arriving in England
from southern France. These tribes were so largely mixed with the forest apelike creatures that they
were scarcely human. They had no religion but were crude flintworkers and possessed sufficient
intelligence to kindle fire.